The former president and candidate for the Citizen Community (CC), Carlos Mesa, said in the program Influentials, of EL DEBER Radio 103.3 FM, that Evo Morales gave him a brutal lesson on how a person can lose the sense of reality, and that for That, if before he was a supporter of a re-election now It would not be in his interest, if he becomes president, to make any changes to the Political Constitution of the State (CPE) to promote it. In addition, he denied that during his government he had given amnesty to the former president currently asylum in Argentina.

Mesa stressed that a reform to the CPE is either done or not done. « If you ask me about reelection, I, before Evo Morales, was a supporter of two four-year presidential terms without the right to return anymore to a third term, or anything at all. But Morales gave us a brutal lesson on how power can make a person lose their sense of reality. For this reason, in the debate on whether reelection is pertinent, I have no interest in promoting reelection as a matter of life and death. « 

He was consulted about criticism on the networks for being harsh with Jeanine Áñez and benevolent with Evo Morales. “It depends what social networks you read or watch. Let’s be clear, I faced Morales and I beat him in the electoral process. I was subjected to a brutal dirty war from him with accusations of all kinds. With Evo Morales it does not bring me or bring me absolutely anything in the term of political ties, ”he said.

He added that it was he who beat Morales in the previous process, but He did not want to enter the debate on who removed Morales from the government, since « it is obvious that it was the Bolivian people, » he said.

He said that the other candidates asked for the MAS to be removed because it published polls, but “I went to the center, the author of the fraud is Evo Morales and I presented an accusation against him. I was the only candidate who did it, ”Mesa said.

When asked if he regretted having granted Morales amnesty for the events of Black October, he replied: « That is not true, and I did not give the amnesty to Evo Morales, or to Felipe Quispe, or to anyone. »

He explained that he approved an amnesty decree that marked a differentiation in relation to the law of August 3, 2003, which established an additional penalty for social protests: anyone who could carry out a trial against both could do so, the only consideration of that decree it had to do with an additional penalty that violated the Constitution through a law that seemed to us to violate constitutional rights”.

The former president and candidate for the Citizen Community (CC), Carlos Mesa, said in the program Influentials, of EL DEBER Radio 103.3 FM, that Evo Morales gave him a brutal lesson on how a person can lose the sense of reality, and that for That, if before he was a supporter of a re-election now If he becomes president, he would not be interested in making any changes to the Political Constitution of the State (CPE) to promote it.. In addition, he denied that during his government he had given amnesty to the former president currently asylum in Argentina.

Mesa stressed that a reform to the CPE is either done or not done. « If you ask me about reelection, I, before Evo Morales, was a supporter of two four-year presidential terms without the right to return anymore to a third term, or anything at all. But Morales gave us a brutal lesson on how power can make a person lose their sense of reality. For this reason, in the debate on whether reelection is pertinent, I have no interest in promoting reelection as a matter of life and death. « 

He was consulted about criticism in the networks for being harsh with Jeanine Áñez and benevolent with Evo Morales. “It depends what social networks you read or watch. Let’s be clear, I faced Morales and I beat him in the electoral process. I was subjected to a brutal dirty war from him with accusations of all kinds. With Evo Morales he does not bring me or bring me absolutely anything in the term of political ties, « he said.

He added that it was he who beat Morales in the previous process, but He did not want to enter the debate on who removed Morales from the government, since « it is obvious that it was the Bolivian people, » he said.

He said that the other candidates asked to remove the MAS status because it published polls, but “I went to the center, the author of the fraud is Evo Morales and I presented an accusation against him. I was the only candidate who did it, ”Mesa said.

When asked if he regretted having granted Morales amnesty for the events of Black October, he replied: « That is not true, and I did not give the amnesty to Evo Morales, or to Felipe Quispe, or to anyone. »

He explained that he approved an amnesty decree that marked a differentiation in relation to the law of August 3, 2003, which established an additional penalty for social protests: anyone who could carry out a trial against both could do so, the only consideration of that decree it had to do with an additional penalty that violated the Constitution through a law that seemed to us to violate constitutional rights”.

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