Former Bolivian President Evo Morales denounced this Monday the theft of his mobile during an act of his political party in which the Minister of the Interior, Carlos del Castillo, was also present.
“The theft of my cell phone occurred in an act that was attended by the Minister of the Interior and his security. The first time that something similar has happened to us in all these years of political activity. We would not want to think that it is part of a planned attack to harm us,” said the former president on his Twitter account.
Morales has assured that since he began the political struggle “in defense of our people against neoliberal governments” he has suffered “attacks and dirty war campaigns with lies.”
However, he has stressed that he has nothing to hide and has warned that he will denounce any attempt to “use montages or distortions” against him.
The act of the ruling party Movimiento Al Socialismo (MAS) took place last Sunday in a town in the department of Santa Cruz. There, Morales was surrounded by militants and made an impromptu speech, according to the Bolivian Information Agency.
Source: Europa Press