Bolivia Evo Morales thanks those who saved his life, the focus of his new book

Former Bolivian President Evo Morales thanked those who saved his life in the midst of the political upheaval his country experienced 2 years ago through a "rescue operation," the plot of which is included in a new book presented Thursday in Buenos Aires.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "I am very grateful. Not only did they save my life, they took care of me, they fed me," Morales said at the presentation of "Evo: operación rescate," (Evo: operation rescue), a book by Spaniard Alfredo Serrano Mancilla which has just been published.

Presented at the Mexican embassy in Buenos Aires, the book recounts Morales' turbulent departure from the Bolivian government in November 2019, his trip to Mexico and Argentina and his return to his country a year later.

President of Bolivia between 2006 and 2019, Morales insisted that he was the victim of a . . .

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