The Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America-Peoples' Trade Agreement (ALBA-TCP) today expressed its support for the Government and institutions of Bolivia in the face of radical group actions against constitutionality.
Through a statement, the member countries of the integration mechanism rejected the violent actions of leaders who say they are civic and who seek the interruption of the constitutional order and summon the Armed Forces and the National Police to ignore (?) President Evo Morales'.
The regional organization said that the public complaint made by the Bolivian Executive on the launch of a coup against the legitimate authorities of that South American nation is decisive.
"In that sense, the ALBA-TCP countries accompany the complaint and reiterate their support for the institutions, the people and the Bolivian democracy led by Evo Morales," the text said.
He also stressed that the member nations of the bloc faithful to its principles, condemn the use of violence as a political weapon, reaffirm their support and solidarity with the Constitutional Government and vote for the return of peace and tranquility in Sister Bolivia.
The Bolivian president denounced on Saturday that a violent coup d'etat is underway against the peasants, the indigenous people, the humble classes that democratically elected their president, by groups that do not respect the results of the elections.
Morales summoned a dialogue table to pacify Bolivia, given the recent acts of violence in the country by anti-democratic groups that promote a regime change through unconstitutional channels.
The head of state invited the four parties that obtained assembly members in the elections of October 20 to give solutions in a peaceful way to the situation of the country through dialogue.