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Chávez's brother calls to defend Evo | WORLD


Adan Chávez, Venezuelan Vice President Hugo Chávez's older brother, has called for MES-related sectors to "organize" for defending the government of Evo Morales, which triggered questions from analysts and opposition politicians, domestic affairs.

Chavez attributed the economic and political instability in Venezuela to a strategy developed by the United States, including migration, and said the similar situation is in Bolivia. "Attacks will get worse, it's not scaring anyone, on the contrary, it's so every day we're better organized to face the attacks," he said.

For Democratic Deputy Democrat José Luis Santistevan, XXI century socialism, which Chávez's brother is talking about, is declining, for which he is working to de-institutionalize the state and cites Venezuela's example, where the Constitution and laws are in permanent "testing". spokesperson José Luis Bedregal rejected Chávez's statements, which is another "blow" to institutionalism, but repressed the government for allowing foreign interference.

Chavez will participate today at the closing of the National Trade Union Training School, organized by the Labor Ministry of Casa del Pueblo.

For the representative of the Azules del Oriente organization, Alpacino Mojica, what the guest of the government did was to convey her battle experience and questioned that when Brazil's elected president, Jair Bolsonaro, encouraged the opposition, then "they say nothing ".

Considered, the internationalist Francisco Xavier Solares has considered that this type of rhetoric generates a conflict. In particular, due to the current situation with notices of cessation of activity and marches for observing the 21-F vote.

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