November 11 - The Bolivian government plans to accuse the Popular Party, led by Mariano Rajoy, of conspiring against President Evo Morales, together with other regions of this country which are demanding more autonomy. This accusation was announced last Monday by the Minister of the Presidency, Juan Ramon Quintana, in a meeting with campesinos and was released publicly in a recording provided by a regional functionary from the southern department of Tarija.
Quintana assured that “there is evidence” of “a conspiracy underway” carried out by the parties of the opposition, as much in Spain as in Bolivia, and added that he was not saying this to scare them, but rather so that they would “acquire consciousness”.
“In the next few days” he said “we are going to denounce everything that has to do with this international plot against the government. The Popular Party of ex-president Aznar in
According to Quintana “it is not a just a problem of (governor of Tarija) Mario Cossio only, it is not just a problem of his clowns like (regional civic leader Reynaldo) Bayard and company. This political project [lead by Evo Morales] is a big headache for the globalised neoliberal model”.
Translated from Aporrea