Bolivian President Evo Morales resigned on Sunday in a speech broadcast live on local television, in order to prevent the escalation of violence, attacks and aggressions by Carlos Mesa and Fernando Camacho against his comrades from Movement to Socialism (MAS).
'I deeply regret this civic coup with part of the Police to submit and attempt against democracy, against social peace, with violence, with intimidation against the Bolivian people,' Morales said in his speech from
Chimore, Cochabamba, the bastion of the process of changes.
He noted that Camacho and Mesa are responsible for the course to be taken by the developments in Bolivia, and even what may happen to him and Vice President Alvaro Garcia Linera.
During his TV appearance, in the presence of Health Minister Gabriela Montaño, the constitutional president of Bolivia pointed out that the struggle does not end here, the humblest, the poor, the social sectors, the good patriots are going to continue with this struggle for equality, for peace.
He stressed that at this moment, it is important to tell the Bolivian people that it is necessary to seek this pacification'.