President Dina Boluarte questioned the visits of Evo Morales.
The former Bolivian president, Evo Morales, spoke after the National Superintendence of Migrations issued a ban on entry to Peruvian territory, for allegedly inciting protesters.
“After expelling the ambassador of Mexico for defending the life of President Pedro Castillo and his family, the right wing of Peru prohibits us from entering that sister country for talking about the Constituent Assembly and asking them to stop the genocide of our indigenous brothers,” the former president wrote on Twitter.
He accompanied his message with a video from 2021, when Boluarte appeared in an interview with channel N justifying Morales’s presence in the country. “It doesn’t bother me and it doesn’t worry me,” he would reply. She pointed out that she talked with him, and he seemed to her to be a “noble, simple person, with tremendous social charisma; the Peruvian people want it”.
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Likewise, the Bolivian leader regretted that “Sister Dina, who previously defended our integration process with dignity, solidarity and brotherhood, now attacks us to distract and avoid responsibility for the serious human rights violations of our Peruvian brothers.”
Morales ends his message by assuring that the conflicts in Peru will not be resolved with expulsions, prohibitions or repression. He maintains that a dignified people like the Peruvian “knows that the only solution to the crisis is the refoundation of the State for the recovery of natural resources with tolerance and inclusion.”
After expelling the ambassador of Mexico for defending the life of the president @PedroCastilloTe and his family, the right wing of Peru prohibits us from entering that sister country for talking about the Constituent Assembly and asking them to stop the genocide of our indigenous brothers pic.twitter.com/wUXhzXhDO3
— Evo Morales Ayma (@evoespueblo) January 9, 2023
Earlier, Prime Minister Alberto Otárola said that the impediment against Evo Morales and eight other Bolivian citizens is a firm and energetic decision by the Peruvian government.
“In this very firm decision of the Peruvian Government, we communicate the impediment to the entry of this person (Evo Morales) to the country, who will not enter our Peru again, unless this impediment clearly established in Peruvian internal regulations is lifted.” said the head of the PCM in a meeting with the press.
It added that this decision will apply until the situation that warrants the application of this entire article is modified. “What is being done is to apply the Migration Law to those people who affect public order in Peru,” he said.
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