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Chilean lawmaker accuses Evo Morales of causing violent protests in southern Peru

Chiara Barchiesi accused Evo Morales of violent protests in southern Peru
Chiara Barchiesi accused Evo Morales of violent protests in southern Peru

In the last session of the Chilean Congress, Chilean deputy Chiara Barchiesi referred to the critical situation in the Peru because of the protests against the government of Dina Boluarte. As she mentioned, Evo Morales and his idea of ​​pluralism are responsible for the Peruvian crisis and warned that the north of his country could also be indoctrinated with his ideology.

Evo Morales Is it also infiltrating ideological operators in the Chilean north? Let us not forget that plurinationalism aims to create the aymara nation, made up of members of this ethnic group from both the southern Peru, in it north of Chile and obviously bolivian” mentioned the representative of the Republican Party last Thursday, January 12.

Chiara took advantage of her intrusion to call attention to the Chilean ruling party for remaining silent in the face of Evo Morales’ interference in neighboring countries such as Peru. She even accused the Bolivian of sending agitators against the government of Dina Boluarte.

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But they haven’t said anything about the interference of Evo Morales in southern Peru, which has become a battlefield and only yesterday claimed 18 lives. Evo’s interference has not only been ideological. He has sent Bolivian agitators in an indeterminate number, and he himself has entered southern Peru promoting the creation of the Aymara nation, ”Barchiesi indicated. “The question is why the (Chilean) government hasn’t said anything?” she pointed out.

As recalled, the Executive branch of Peru prohibited Evo Morales from entering the territory After his constant messages of division in southern Peru, however, the former president of Bolivia has insisted on commenting on the crisis in Peru with similar messages that he shares almost daily on his social networks.

“We regret the contempt for the lives of our indigenous brothers in Peru murdered by the repressive apparatus of a State that reproduces the racist and segregationist discourse and practices of the Colony. The complicit passivity of organizations defending human rights fosters impunity”, was one of the last tweets of Evo Morales.

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The protests in Peru began after the former president Pedro Castillo They carried out a failed coup d’état that caused their immediate vacancy. After being captured when he was on his way to the Mexican Embassy to seek asylum, Vice President Dina Boluarte sworn in as the new head of state, as mandated by the Peruvian Constitution.

From there, protests began in different parts of southern Peru. The protesters are asking to this day for the closure of Congress, an advancement of elections for this 2023 and also the release of Pedro Castillo who is in preventive detention in the Barbadillo prison. The former president also has several investigations into corruption cases against him.

Ousted Peruvian President Pedro Castillo sits next to former Prime Minister Anibal Torres as he appears before anti-corruption prosecutors at the Attorney General's office, following an impeachment trial, in Lima, Peru.  December 7, 2022. Peru's General Prosecutor's Office/Handout via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY.  DON'T RESAL.  DO NOT ARCHIVE
Ousted Peruvian President Pedro Castillo sits next to former Prime Minister Anibal Torres as he appears before anti-corruption prosecutors at the Attorney General’s office, following an impeachment trial, in Lima, Peru. December 7, 2022. Peru’s General Prosecutor’s Office/Handout via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS – THIS IMAGE HAS BEEN SUPPLIED BY A THIRD PARTY. DON’T RESAL. DO NOT ARCHIVE

Demonstrations against the current government have added more than 45 deaths, including minors and police officers. Excesses by the National Police and also looting, robberies, attacks against private property and State entities, among other excesses carried out by the population that demonstrates, have been registered through social networks.

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