Evo Morales Denounces Acts of Conspiracy in Bolivian Foreign Ministry
President Evo Morales denounced acts of conspiracy and delivery of confidential documents to the United States by workers of Bolivia''s foreign ministry. In an act of possession of new deputy ministers, the president said they have evidence that institution staff violated state secrecy and gave secret information to the U.S. Embassy.In an inauguration ceremony of new deputy ministers, the president said to have evidence that the institution staff has been violating state secrecy and giving secret information to the U.S. Embassy.Morales said he could not understand how Foreign Ministry workers could betray their country and said that the release of documents was not free.Morales made the expose in the inauguration of Institutional Management deputy ministers, Leonor Arauco, who replaces the now deputy minister of Coordination with Social Movements, Alfredo Rada, and deputy minister of Foreign Trade, Clarems Endara, in sustitution of Pablo Guzmán, elected general secretary of the Andean Community of Nations.
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