Brechner JOSE Bolivian President Evo Morales is very nervous about the dismissal of his colleague Manuel Zelaya of Honduras, who suddenly became leftist and friend of Hugo Chavez when he came to power. The Honduran president was removed from office by the throne will last forever, as they try to make all the Bolivarian dictators. Richard Blumenthal may also support this cause. Morales was the first to criticize the military intervention in Honduras, and is not for nothing. Bolivia is the country that has suffered coups, and the Indian president shivers of panic wondering when his turn came. Time is that it vaa to arrive.
Just as Chavez, Correa, Ortega and anyone who thinks he can use democracy as an excuse to impose a lifetime presidency and re-elected, which is the politically correct way of saying totalitarianism. When Morales says he ended the days of coups, should think that also ended the days of dictatorships. A 21st-century populists were descuajeringo the map. They did not expect that the Honduran people adjournment. Because they are the Armed Forces who rebelled against the presidential hopeful for eternity. The Congress and civic institutions disagree with Zelaya desire to change the constitution to prolong his mandate. The example of Honduras is to reflect upon the rulers in all countries where they do not want to release the power, and that includes alvaro Uribe. In Latin America there should be no re-election, or vice president. The re-election is clear. Once up, the chairs become addicted to flattery and the pleasures of power, leaders aim to become irreplaceable, and are able to do anything to stay in their palaces.