Mario Delgado, national official, Brunette, traveled to Bolivia on behalf of the president, Andrés Manuel López Obradorto represent the mexican head of state in the swearing-in of Luis Arce.
The Candidate of the Movimiento Al Socialismo (MAS) assume the executive branch of the Plurinational State of bolivia this Sunday, 8 Novemberafter getting the win in the first round in the elections of the 18 of October.
“We are grateful for the visit of the special envoy of the Esdp. of #Mexico, Dip. Mario Delgadothe Chargé d’affaires in #Bolivia, Edmundo Font, and the delegation that came to the country for the Transmission of Command Presidential. We will work in co-operative relations between our countries”, tweeted Luis Arce Catacora (Lucho Arce).
Thin bragged about his arrival and the meeting with the president-elect of Bolivia, to share a photo on networks where both use face cloths and shook hands. He said that with the arrival of the Maple puts an end to the golpismo in the south american country.
“With the president-elect of the Plurinational State of #Bolivia Luis Arce @LuchoXBolivia to a few hours of assuming the government, thanks to the overwhelming triumph of the people in the elections that will put an end to the golpismo in this country to regain freedom and democracy,” published the morenista on his Twitter account.
In turn, the presidents of the Assembly of Bolivia thanked Lopez Obrador rescue Evo Moralesdeposed from power after controversial elections in December last year. Mexico sent a plane of Force Area to offer political asylum to president south america at all, considering that his life was in danger.
Andronicus Rodriguezpresident of the Senate, wanted to have the exchange of experiences between the countries and said that even when the political circumstances were delicate, managed to exit avante.
“To acknowledge the presence of our brothers, our sisters of Mexico, and also many thanks to our president Obrador to save the life of our leader, the undisputed leader in the national and global level, Evo Morales Aymathank you very much for this gesture of friendship, by that gesture more human that he has taken with our leader,” he said Freddy Mamani, president of the Chamber of Deputies.
The mexican government has clearly expressed its support for the MAS, because after the announcement the surveys positioned Lucho Arce as the winnerthe secretary of Foreign Affairs, Marcelo Ebrard he expressed his congratulations. AMLO even personally called the candidate-elect.
It will be this Sunday when Luis Arce take possession from la Paz, the capital of the country, after winning with a majority of 55% in the first round, which is not required elections of the playoffs, as their rivals just reached 28.8% in the case of Carlos Mesa and the employer a right wing, Luis Fernando Camacho, 14%.
The victory of Luis Arce it was widely recognized, both internationally and among their opponents election. But some sectors have called for an audit by allegations of fraudbut this was ruled out because in the process there were international observers.
During on the night of this Thursday, November 5, the MAS reported that a group of people detonated a cartridge of dynamite against its seat in The Peace, just as president-elect was inside in a meeting. Despite the attack, no injuries were reported. The party described this aggression as coming from “minority groups that amedrentan to the population.”
“Small groups will try to generate a climate of confusion and violence, but won’t. We do not fall into any provocation. Our revolution is peaceful and democratic”published by Evo Morales after the event.
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