Shady former ruler update: Play some F—–g soccer!

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OP ED: James “JB” Bryson- Looks like old Evo is having a blast of a time in Argentina since he raped Bolivia for so long. Maybe he can stay in contact with Varela when he settled in Beijing and they can play on the weekends.,15700023,15700186,15700190,15700256,15700259,15700262,15700265,15700271,15700283&usg=ALkJrhgzuST1nPMYKWzQ0GMrpIGBBKob3g

The former Bolivian president wore the green shirt of the Bolivian soccer team, with the number 10 on his back

The former Bolivian president Evo Morales met to play a football match with the new Minister of Tourism and Sports of Argentina, Matías Lammens, in Buenos Aires, official sources confirmed on Monday.

Morales, who arrived in Argentina on Thursday and requested refuge from the new government of Peronist Alberto Fernández, and Lammens shared “a recreational moment,” the sources said.

Both were already familiar with a solidarity event held long ago in settlement 1-11-14, a humble neighborhood located very close to the stadium of the San Lorenzo football club, of which Lammens was president until a few days ago.

The game was organized on Sunday night in a sports center in the Argentine capital by Bolivian businessman Víctor Choque, who later disseminated images of the game through his Twitter account.

The former Bolivian president wore the green shirt of the Bolivian soccer team, with the number 10 on his back.

Some of his teammates also wore green shirts while others chose to wear the colors of the whipala (the flag of native peoples and symbol of the Aymara ethnic group).

Rivals played mostly with the San Lorenzo shirt.


Morales thanked today for the support he received from the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America – Peoples’ Trade Agreement (ALBA-TCP).

“Our thanks to ALBA-TCP that supports our Democratic and Cultural Revolution and repudiates the coup d’etat, repression against the people and political persecution of leaders of social movements and authorities of the process of change,” Morales said in his account in Twitter social network.

This Saturday, in Havana, ALBA celebrated its 17th summit with the assistance of the presidents of Cuba, Miguel Díaz-Canel; Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro; Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, and the Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Ralph Gonsalves, as well as representatives from the rest of the member countries.

The meeting came after in 2018 Ecuador left the block and Bolivia a month ago.


The former president Morales made his first public appearance on Saturday when he left the balcony of a house in the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Liniers to greet numerous Bolivian citizens who had congregated there, according to the images that were viralized on social networks. Morales participated in a meeting in the house where former Bolivian Foreign Minister Diego Pary resides.

The former president reported on Twitter on Sunday that he has met in Argentina with members of the Socialism Movement (MAS) to begin preparing the campaign for the new elections to be held in Bolivia.

Morales was appointed by the MAS as campaign leader of the elections that the Bolivian interim executive of Jeanine Áñez has called, still without a definite date.

In the midst of a severe political and social crisis, the ex-president left Bolivia on November 11, a day after his resignation from the Presidency under pressure from the Armed Forces, and traveled to Mexico on condition of asylum.

Last Thursday he decided to move to Buenos Aires, where he arrived as an asylee and requested refuge from the Fernández Government, which almost a week ago assumed the Argentine Presidency.

Together with Morales, they are also in Argentina and have requested refuge from former Bolivian vice president Álvaro García Linera, former health minister Gabriela Montaño, former foreign minister Pary and former Bolivian ambassador to the United Nations Sacha Llorenti.

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