Discussion of Mario Vargas Llosa’s new book on the rise and fall of Guatemala President Jacobo Arbenz and what it foretells about the return of Evo Morales to Bolivia.
Paradójicamente, los dos países de hispano américa que llamaríamos “los de mostrar”, presentan en estos momentos los panoramas más complejos y preocupantes de la región. Chile y Colombia.
PERPETUAL IMPUNITY FOR EVO MORALES: AMNESTY IN 2003 AND NOW AN AMNESTY LAW FROM THE DICTATORIAL LEGISLATIVE
In Bolivia the dictator absconded, but not the dictatorship. The Organized Crime system implanted by Cuba and Venezuela, using the Castrochavist model of total power possession, maintains its dictatorial Legislative Assembly with two-thirds of votes and the entire Judicial system under its control. Under these conditions, the transition towards democracy is stuck and can end as a grim simulation. The true history that Castrochavists and Evo Morales’ apologists hide is that of “Evo Kills”. Nine presidents and over 40 ministers changed, but the situation always repeats itself with a permanent actor called Evo Morales. applies only to those citizens whose acts would have been committed in the time frame encompassing between 5 August to 4 November of 2003, within the realm of social protests against decisions taken by the National Government”. This is tantamount to impunity for the topplers and persecution for the members of the democratic government. It must be rescinded and annulled by President Janine Añez as part of reestablishing the “Rule of Law”. Now in 2019 following his departure from power it has been shown that Evo Morales, as an ordinary citizen, directs from Mexico terrorism, sedition, conspiracy and the same violence he has practiced for 30 years with his narcotrafficking defense forces. He also protects himself with impunity from a law that his “dictatorial legislative” has approved under a misnomer titled “Law of Constitutional Guarantees” to prevent the fugitive dictator, his accomplices, and his enablers to be tried and punished.