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Evo Morales Asks COB to Defend Majority of Workers

Evo Morales

Evo Morales Asks COB to Defend Majority of WorkersLa Paz, May 16 (Prensa Latina) Bolivian President Evo Morales on Friday urged the leaders of the Workers Central (COB) to defend the majority of workers rather than a specific sector. Morales participated in the celebrations for the 60th anniversary of the founding of the town of Mineros, in the eastern department of Santa Cruz, and used the occasion to talk about the COB strike meant to force the government to change the current Law of Retirement.

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Evo Morales to Meet with Dakar Rally Organizers

Evo Morales

La Paz, Mar 13 (Prensa Latina) Bolivia is keeping hope alive today that organizers of the Dakar Rally competition will agree to have the rally pass through the country”s highlands in its next edition, scheduled for January 2014. President Evo Morales announced on weekend that today he will meet with the organizers of the famous race, to try to convince them to allow Bolivia to host it.

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Bolivia President Extols War on Drugs

Evo Morales

Chimore, Bolivia, Dec 19 (Prensa Latina) President Evo Morales voiced today satisfaction for the national success in eliminating illegal coca plantations in ceremony of the Joint Task Force end campaign held in Chimore, Cochabamba. The President called to keep up such effort in the future, free of foreign meddling, and congratulated the forces for wiping

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Evo Morales to Fulfill Tight Schedule upon Arrival in Bolivia

Evo Morales

La Paz, Sep 27 (Prensa Latina) President Evo Morales will return to Bolivia on Thursday, where he will fulfill a tight schedule, including the transference of presidential powers at the Uyuni Airport, in Potosi, where he will arrive in the country. The president will receive the presidential attributes from the speaker of the House of Senators, Gabriela Montaño, to whom he transferred them on Sunday before leaving for Cuba en route to New York, the United States, where he was highly acclaimed at the 67th United Nations General Assembly.

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Prensa Latina to Launch Book on Bolivian Indigenous People

Evo Morales

The book “Abya Yala: An Indigenous View”, containing a foreword by Bolivian President Evo Morales, will be launched at the International Book Fair of Havana, scheduled from February 9-19.The book belongs to the collection Letras Urgentes (Urgent Lyrics), published by Prensa Latina’s publishing house, whose purpose is to address current Latin American and the Caribbean issues based on the contributions from the news agency’s correspondents and experts in Havana.

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Chávez, Evo and Obama (Part Two – Final)

Chávez, Evo and Obama  (Part Two - Final)

If our Nobel laureate is deluding himself, something that is still to be proven, perhaps that explains the incredible contradictions in his thinking and the confusion sown among his listeners. There is not one shred of ethics, and not even of politics, in his attempt to justify his announced decision to veto any resolution to recognize Palestine as an independent State and member of the United Nations. Even politicians, who in no way share socialist philosophy and lead parties that were closely allied with Augusto Pinochet, are proclaiming Palestine’s right to be a member of the UN.

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Chavez, Evo and Obama (Part One)

Chavez, Evo and Obama (Part One)

I take a break from the tasks that are occupying all of my time these days to dedicate a few words to the unique opportunity presented by the political science of the sixtieth session of the United Nations General Assembly. The yearly event demands singular effort from those taking on the greatest of political responsibilities in many countries. For them, it constitutes a tough test; for the fans of that art, and there are many since it vitally affects everybody, it is difficult to remove oneself from the temptation of observing the interminable but educational show.

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Cuba: Evo Morales Receives Honoris Causa Title

Evo Morales Receives Honoris Causa Title

Bolivian President Evo Morales received the title of Doctor Honoris Causa in Political Science from the University of Havana in recognition to his outstanding contributions to the discipline. The resolution of the almost tercentenary house of higher studies, read by its rector, Gustavo Cobreiro, highlights the trajectory of the dignitary since his days as a union leader to the current responsibilities.