Tag: Bolivia

Evo Morales: we now have a State that is not submissive to the Empire

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During his speech this may 1 Bolivian President announced an increase of 7 per cent to the basic salary and from 10.8 percent to the national minimum wage.

Almagro should respect principles of OAS, Evo Morales insists

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“No one can understand what makes the OAS against Venezuela”, said the Bolivian President in a ceremony at a school in Cochabamba.

Secretary of the ALBA-TCP greets removal of Venezuela’s OAS

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Bolivia announced and Secretary of the ALBA-TCP, David Choquehuanca, considers it necessary to re-evaluate the role of the OAS and to analyze its role in the region. He stressed that this will be the topic at the meeting convened by the Government of Venezuela Celac.

President Evo Morales highlights work of Bolivia in global fight for the planet

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During his speech at the UN, Morales noted the importance of continuing the search for the rights of indigenous peoples.

Evo Morales criticized Chile for rejecting protection of Bolivians

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The Bolivian Government argues that its nine citizens were detained illegally in Chile, so it filed a complaint with the headquarters of the United Nations Human Rights Council.

Bolivia urges objectivity Chilean judges in the case of detainees

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The Chilean Prosecutor accused of alleged crimes of robbery with violence, bearing and possession of prohibited weapons and smuggling nine Bolivian citizens.

Evo Morales blames capitalism from destroying mother earth

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The Bolivian President said that capitalism does not invest in the preservation of the planet, but contributes to its destruction. 

Evo Morales: the Empire wants to punish anti-imperialist

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The Bolivian President says conspiracies against Venezuela seek to punish the anti-imperialists. 

President Evo Morales celebrates first year on Twitter

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In his message posted on the social network, Morales thanked his followers for sharing “our messages for the good of life and the planet”.

Chile disputed jurisdiction of the Hague maritime demand for Bolivia

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The President of Chile, Michelle Bachelet, announced Monday that his country would object to the competence of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the Hague to judge the maritime lawsuit brought by Bolivia. Through a chain of radio and television, Bachelet said that one of his functions as head of State is to preserve