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Evo Morales: Bolivia is Free Thanks to Social Movements | News | teleSUR English


Evo Morales: Bolivia is Free Thanks to Social Movements | News | teleSUR English: "So that is why today we pay tribute to those great indigenous brothers during the colonial period, which gave a tough fight. I recognize the words of Zarate Villca, during the era of the Republic, and Tupac Katari during the colonial period who sought the alliance of countryside and city to work for our land and people," said Morales.

Evo Morales became the first indigenous person to occupy the presidency when he first assumed office in 2006. That election inaugurated a process of profound changes in the country, some of which Morales highlighted during his speech.

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