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Diaz-Canel congratulates Bolivia’s Movement Toward Socialism after recovering the country’s Presidency

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The President of the Republic of Cuba Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez tweeted his congratulations today to the Movement Toward Socialism (MAS) of Bolivia, which recovered the Presidency in yesterday’s elections
Díaz-Canel emphasized that “Cuba is overjoyed by Luis Arce’s victory” and celebrates the rebirth of the Bolivarian ideal.

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Presidential elections in the United States 2020: new poll of the Cuban-American vote

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Only one month remains before the new president who will occupy the White House in January 2021 is elected. To date, Democratic candidate Joe Biden leads his Republican contender Donald Trump by an average of 7.8 points in the intention to vote in the polls. of national opinion. According to the specialized portal Real Clear Politics, 50.5% of those surveyed indicated that they would vote for Biden, while 42.7 would vote for Trump.

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Biden extends lead less than a month before election, polls show

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Democratic candidate Joe Biden reached his widest lead in the last month of his presidential race after Donald Trump tested positive for COVID-19, and most Americans believe the Republican could have avoided the infection if he had taken the virus more seriously, according to a Reuters / Ipsos survey. The national opinion poll, conducted Oct. 2-3 and released Sunday, gave little indication of strong support for the president beyond the core group of Trump supporters

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Alberto Fernández is the new president of Argentina

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The candidate of the Frente de Todos bloc, Alberto Fernández, has been elected President of Argentina, defeating the country’s current head of state, Mauricio Macri. With more than 96.2% of the polling stations reporting, Fernández and his running mate, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, reached 48.03% of the vote vs 40.44% for Macri, according to Argentina’s National Electoral Chamber.

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Evo Morales wins; the OAS and U.S. lose

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The irreversible victory of Evo Morales in Bolivia’s recent elections, (with 46.64% of the vote vs 36.83% for Carlos Mesa), has shed light several aspects of the role of the OAS and Washington throughout their campaign to destabilize popular or left-wing governments, and return control to those who raise the banners of neoliberalism and submission to the United States.

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Bolivia on alert: Coup plot underway!

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The plot is unfolding. The right in Bolivia, based in the department of Santa Cruz, intends to proclaim its candidate, Carlos Mesa, as President, ignoring the results of Sunday’s elections that gave Evo Morales a clear victory – an obvious coup attempt backed by a few governments in the region and that of the United States.

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Díaz-Canel congratulates Evo Morales for electoral victory

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The President of the Republic of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, sent a congratulatory message to his Bolivian counterpart, Evo Morales, for his victory in general elections held Sunday.The Cuban leader, who is currently touring several European countries, stressed that Evo’s victory and the Movement for Socialism (MAS) party is the “victory of a plurinational Bolivia and its work of social justice – broad, deep and progressive. This is a victory for Latin America.”

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Evo’s victory is a victory for Bolivia

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Last night, after eight o’clock, teleSUR reported that Evo Morales held a 10 point lead over his opponent – 46.86 to 36.73%, with more than 95% of the votes counted. We must however wait until 100% are tallied to declare a victory for Evo and Bolivia.

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Díaz-Canel: No one is going to take from us the confidence in the future which we owe our children

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Speech by the President of the Republic of Cuba, Miguel M. Díaz-Canel Bermúdez, during his inauguration for this position, in the Fourth Extraordinary Session of the IX Legislature of the National Assembly of People’s Power, in Havana’s Convention Center, October 10, 2019, Year 61 of the Revolution.

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Why Guaidó won’t accept elections

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During his first public appearances in Venezuela, whenever he could, the National Assembly in-contempt deputy, Juan Guaidó, would put on a media show demanding new elections, insisting that those of 2018, when Nicolás Maduro was elected President, were “illegal.”