Bolivia´s president asks UN an ultimatum against de facto regime in Honduras

“What good would come out here that a resolution to give an ultimatum to dictatorship,” Morales said in his speech in the debates of 64 session of the UN General Assembly.

United Nations / The president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, today called on the UN General Assembly to impose a de facto ultimatum to the government of Honduras to restore to power the country’s constitutional president, Manuel Zelaya.

The Bolivian leader saluted the courage of the Central American president, who on Monday made it back to Tegucigalpa by surprise and take refuge in the Brazilian embassy.

Morales also called in his speech that the reform of the multilateral architecture begins with the democratization of the UN.

“The permanent members of Security Council (U.S., Russia, China, Britain and France) and its right to veto should be eliminated,” he said Bolivia’s first indigenous president, adding that “democracy leaders to resign their rights and accepting the true democratization of the body.

He also warned that you can not fool the people about the origin of the world capitalist financial crisis, which has collapsed over the past year the global economy.

The president urged the UN to deal with sincerity roots of economic problems facing the planet to avoid losing credibility with “the peoples of the world.

“The origin of this crisis is the excessive accumulation of capital in few hands is permanent pillaging of natural resources, is the commercialization of Mother Earth and, above all, I see that this origin comes from a system, an economic model that is capitalism, “Morales said.

He also warned that the people demand that they expose the true motives of the economic crisis has increased poverty and inequality.

“If we do not speak the truth to our people about the origin of this crisis we will surely deceive us and we will fool the international community and we deceive our people who expect a lot of presidents and of such forums,” highlighted.

Morales also spoke about the environmental degradation caused by human hands.

Thus, demanded that the industrialized countries bear the costs of various environmental crisis afflicting the planet, particularly that caused by climate change.

In another section of his speech, called for respect for Bolivia’s sovereignty against the encroachments of foreign governments in their internal affairs.

He also expressed his rejection of the Colombia agreement with the U.S. for use by U.S. military bases in the South American country and called for lifting the embargo from Washington to Cuba.


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