Peruvian Congress Committee declares Evo persona non grata – MercoPress
Peruvian Congress Committee declares Evo persona non grata
A Peruvian congressional committee agreed on Monday to declare former Bolivian president Evo Morales persona non grata for interference in domestic politics, it was announced.
The Foreign Relations Committee approved to “declare Juan Evo Morales Ayma persona non grata in our country for his negative political activism in Peru and his obvious interference and in the political, social and economic agenda of the government of Peru, clearly prejudicial to the interests of the Peruvian people; urge the relevant authorities to ban his entry into our country for these purposes. ??
The document maintains that Morales visited Peru in July 2021 under the protection and services of the Peruvian government to offer “thankless statements.” which warns against its agenda according to foreign interests.
He also specifies that âMorales announced a meeting for December 20 and 21, 2021 in the city of Cusco, under the name of a regional platform called Runasur, without officially knowing the meaning of the sponsorship of the national authorities, demonstrating a total lack of respect for the Peruvian people.
The RenovaciÃ³n Popular congressional bloc disapproves of Runasur because it would be part of a Sao Paulo Forum strategy to dismember Peru. Hence the motion Morales a persona non grata, which was adopted on Monday.
According to PR, the convention of December 20 and 21 in Cusco ?? is part of Evo Morales’ geopolitical strategy to dismember southern Peru, northern Chile and create “the great homeland” ?? which would, in turn, be the objective of the Sao Paulo Forum.
Peruvian MPs said Runasur seeks to replace the Peruvian Macrosur, which includes the regions of ApurÃmac, Arequipa, Ayacucho, Cusco, Madre de Dios, Puno, Moquegua and Tacna and in the medium term link them to Bolivia and northern Chile. to gain its long-awaited access to the Pacific Ocean.
In addition, it is said that within the framework of the creation of the “great fatherland”, the installation of constituent assemblies which legalize multinationality is encouraged. The objective would be to âbuild an economic unit rich in mineral resources and fertile land on the coastal littoral with access to international marketsâ. Finally, the alleged link with the drug trafficking of Bolivian coca producers ?? who are now seeking to spread in Peru ?? is rejected.
A previous motion to declare Morales Ayma persona non grata presented on August 19 had been rejected.
Morales had summoned the regional leaders to the Cusco rally while he was in Buenos Aires. As Runasur, we approved the Declaration of Buenos Aires in which we reject the interventionist actions of the United States in complicity with international organizations that seek to destabilize the democracy of our region and ratify the defense of our sovereignty and our natural resources, ?? Morales had said via Twitter.
The âDeclaration of Buenos Airesâ also declares that âGovernments or revolutionary peoples who defend the sovereignty of their resources are subject to economic sanctions, coups d’Ã©tat which shatter democratic institutions and establish policies of racism and fascism. to exterminate the peoples. “?
?? Runasur is the mechanism of multinational integration between indigenous peoples, Afro-descendants, social organizations, trade unions, territorial and social movements of the region that seeks to resolve the historic debt to the peoples, ?? Morales had said in Buenos Aires.
Runasur is designed to succeed the dismantled Unasur created in 2008 under the influence of the late Venezuelan President Hugo ChÃ¡vez, and supported by the Brazilian Luiz InÃ¡cio Lula da Silva, the Argentinian NÃ©stor Kirchner, Ecuador Rafael Correa, or even Morales .
The organization’s crisis began in 2017 when the twelve member states were unable to agree on a new secretary general, a situation that was made worse by conflicting positions on the Venezuelan crisis. The situation became critical when in April 2018, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay and Peru suspended their participation and funding.