Bolivian former president Evo Morales condemned on Wednesday the recognition of the Government of the president of the United States, Donald Trump, to the interim president of Bolivia, Jeanine Áñez.
Áñez assumed Tuesday as interim president of Bolivia, without a quorum in Congress, two days after the resignation of Morales, who is now isolated in Mexico.
"We condemn Trump's decision to recognize the de facto government and self-proclaimed by the right," said the former Bolivian president on Twitter. He added that Trump, "after imposing Guaidó," now proclaims Áñez.RELATED
"We condemn Trump's decision to recognize the de facto government and self-proclaimed by the right," Morales wrote. (Twitter)
"The coup that causes deaths of my Bolivian brothers is a political and economic conspiracy that comes from the US," Morales said.
In a previous message on Twitter, Evo Morales pointed out his condemnation of Trump's decision "to recognize the de facto government, and self-proclaimed by the right with the complicity of the police and the Armed Forces".
The Trump administration recognized Áñez on Tuesday as interim president of Bolivia after the resignation suggested by the military of the now former president Morales, last Sunday.
"The acting president of the Senate, Áñez, has assumed the responsibilities of the interim president of Bolivia," said the head of Latin America in the US State Department, Michael Kozak, on Twitter.
In the OAS, 15 of the 34 countries that are active members requested that there be a call for elections in Bolivia “as soon as possible” while avoiding the removal of Morales from power as a “coup”.