Evo Morales asks Bolivia to leave the OAS to “liberate” the country from the “empire”

Morales made this statement while rejecting the announcement by the United States, the host country of the next Summit of the Americas, that it will not invite Cuba, Venezuela, and Nicaragua because it considers that they "do not respect" democracy.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Former Bolivian President Evo Morales proposed that Bolivia leave the Organization of American States (OAS), a proposal questioned by opposition sectors that consider it a step backwards and would affect Bolivia's image.

"It is important to free ourselves; to free ourselves lies in withdrawing from the OAS," he affirmed in his program on the coca growers' radio Kawsachun Coca. He added that the continental organization is "an instrument of the North . . .

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