The former president of Bolivia Evo Morales He told President Luis Arce this Saturday that Bolivia “is not doing so well economically” and suggested that commissions could reflect on this situation to suggest measures to “save Bolivia.”
“(…) The economic commission can help, it can propose to our president, to our government, how to save bolivianYou know brother Lucho, we are not so well off economically, what are we going to suggest, what new social policies for humble people, for poor people”, he stated Morales at a congress of the ruling party in eastern Santa Cruz.
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The former president and leader of the Movimiento Al Socialismo (MAS) emphasized that this party is the “greatest in the history of bolivian” and that programs and policies are defined from “the village”, so the task is to propose how “inject” economic resources and “how to avoid policies of economic contraction that hurt poor people”.
“We can discuss if it is possible in commissions”, held.
Maple was the Minister of Economy in the management of Morales and is recognized by the Productive Community Social Economic Model implemented in the country.
Morales made these statements in his speech at the inauguration of the ninth departmental congress of the MAS that was held in the town of Yapacaní in Santa Cruz in which Arce participated, who was sitting next to Morales, a situation that had not occurred for a long time before the internal division of that party between “views” and “archists”.
The ex-president asked the MAS militancy for “a lot of unity to defend our cultural democratic revolution, unity to prevent transnationals from stealing natural resources again” from bolivian.
“Internal and external aggressions, wherever they come from, as a political movement we are not going to give up, let the North American empire know,” he emphasized.
He also made a list of factors that the “empire does not accept for bolivian”, such as the industrialization of lithium as well as mineral resources, petrochemical companies and pointed out that now “the plan” is for the “transnationals to own the fresh water” of bolivian.
This week, the head of the United States Southern Command, Laura Richardson, pointed out that lithium reserves in Argentina, bolivian and Chile are being stolen by “adversaries” of the North American country, which led former President Morales to denounce “interventionist plans” of that country and an “ambition” for the natural resources of bolivian.
The United States Embassy in bolivian issued a statement rejecting those “unfounded assertions.”
The rating agency Fitch Ratings awarded in its recent report to bolivian a risk rating from B to B-, from stable to negative, which “reflects the depletion of its external liquidity reserves” which has increased “short-term uncertainty and macroeconomic risks.”
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