Bolivian senator passes 100 days of asylum in Brazilian Embassy in La Paz

Posted on September 5, 2012 • Filed under: Bolivia, Brazil, Conflicts, Police/Military Activity, Politics

The daughter of Bolivian opposition Sen. Roger Pinto, who yesterday met 100 days asylum in the Brazilian embassy in La Paz, said that President Evo Morales is “a prisoner of his own fears and contradictions” in denying the pass that required his father to move the neighboring country.

In a letter released yesterday, Denise Pinto, 22, asked Morales lamented that “respect for the sovereignty of Ecuador” for the Australian Julian Assange, who is in exile in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, to leave the UK and, Moreover, “denied sovereignty to Brazil to grant asylum” to Senator Pinto. Read Article

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