AMLO and Evo Morales meet in to assess the political and economic situation in Latin America

The former president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, went to the National Palace on Thursday afternoon to visit President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

“We spoke with Evo Morales, loyal leader of the Bolivian people and the most authentic representative of the original peoples of Latin America and the Caribbean,” shared López Obrador in your twitter account.

Meanwhile, the former Bolivian president commented that during his “extended” meeting, in which Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard and Secretary of the Interior Adán Augusto López were also present, they conducted an evaluation of the political and economic situation in Latin America.

“We express to Brother López Obrador our gratitude, deep respect and affection for saving our lives and our admiration for helping us to recover democracy in Bolivia,” Evo Morales published on the same microblogging social network.

Also participating in the meeting was the ambassador of Bolivia, Jose Crespo; the former minister, Alfredo Rada and the union leader, Rebeca Cáceres.

Almost two years after his last visit to Mexico, after resigning as head of Bolivia, Morales arrived in our country on Wednesday to attend the opening of the XXV International Seminar “The parties and a new society”, organized by the Labor Party (PT) that takes place this week.

“We share about our struggle together with the Bolivian people: how we went from the union struggle to the electoral struggle with the principles that our ancestors left us,” he said. Evo Morales about your participation in this event.


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