Bolivian coup was all about the lithium & OAS had a hand in it, ousted president Morales tells RT
ILE PHOTO A worker holds a rechargeable lithium battery that is made in Bolivia at a plant in Llipi at the border of Uyuni salt lake © REUTERS/David Mercado
On a visit to Chimoré that Saturday, Morales said one police officer showed him “numerous text messages and phone calls offering 50 thousand dollars” for capturing him. The officer warned him to be careful, to double up on security and go back to the capital La Paz, he said.
Morales on Wednesday called on the UN to intervene and denounce the coup and subsequent massacre by police of indigenous Bolivians who protested his ouster after self-declared "interim president" Jeanine Añez took power by force.
Watch Evo Morales’ full interview with Rafael Correa in Spanish here.
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