President Chávez discloses US plot against Evo Morales
Covered with a crimson poncho and wearing a flower wreath around his neck, Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez denounced during a rally in Bolivia a plot to overthrow his Bolivian counterpart Evo Morales.
He charged US President George W. Bush directly with the attempt. "If the US President is worried because democracy is being eroded in Bolivia, this means that he gave already the green light to conspiracy."
The head of state urged Bolivians to take the streets. "Should anybody order to topple Evo, we ought to stop the coupster, send him to jail immediately, in accordance with the constitutional order. Should anybody willing to tumble Evo, the Bolivian people ought to go out to the streets, because the streets belong to the people and you know what to do."
Based on his personal experience, Chávez asked Bolivians to be on the alert. "I have undergone in Venezuela the ordeal of conspiracy, economic sabotage, oil strike, terrorist acts, all of this prompted from Washington."
Friday, May 26, 2006
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That is ironic laughter, because the only funny thing about this story, is that it may not be true.