Trump senior advisor says Bolivia’s Morales has become a headache for Argentina — MercoPress



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Trump senior advisor suggests Bolivia’s Morales has come to be a headache for Argentina

Tuesday, January 21st 2020 – 08:14 UTC

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Claver-Carone built the opinions in Bolivia, wherever he fulfilled with interim president Jeannine Añez, whose government took above following Morales’s departure

A senior adviser to president Trump claimed that previous Bolivian chief Evo Morales has become a “headache” for Argentina. Mauricio Claver-Carone advised the Bolivian newspaper Pagina Siete that Argentina really should have targeted on its economic concerns alternatively of granting Morales asylum.

“(Morales) experienced offered himself like a caricature that was peaceful, but what we have witnessed is an Evo Morales who sponsors and fosters violence and wishes to foster militias,” Claver-Carone explained. “We warned the Argentine governing administration that this was heading to materialize.”

“I would like I had been incorrect, but now Argentina is observing the dilemma that Evo Morales implies,” he explained.

The former Bolivian leader said past 7 days that Bolivians experienced the correct to organize and protect by themselves from assaults from the interim authorities. But he retracted his remarks days later just after the interim Bolivian authorities despatched a letter to Argentina requesting that it reject his reviews.

Morales led Bolivia as a socialist for just about 14 several years but stepped down on Nov. 10 just after his election acquire prompted protests and allies stopped backing him. The former leader fled to Mexico and then was granted asylum in Argentina.

Claver-Carone produced the feedback in Bolivia, exactly where he was acquiring conferences with interim President Jeannine Añez, whose governing administration took in excess of soon after Morales’s departure.

The Trump adviser also condemned Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro for his “gangsterism” in making an attempt to sustain regulate of his state. “The similar factor that Nicolas Maduro did with that gangsterism, is what Evo Morales tried using here in Bolivia,” Claver-Carone reported.

 

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