By Prensa Latina,
Paris : President of the NGO France-Libertes Danielle Mitterrand supported in France Bolivian President Evo Morales, and warned against US coup plans.
In a letter published by local media, the former first lady, widow of late French President Francois Mitterrand, demanded the current government to adopt a clear position regarding the South American country”s process.
The letter was addressed to French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner, who called for supporting the Bolivian people “and their legitimate representative against coup plans” to divide the South American country.
There are fascist bands in Santa Cruz that seed fear among native inhabitants and talk of ethnic purification in a country where 63 percent of the population is indigenous,” Danielle Mitterrand said indignantly.
With a long life of struggle and work, including her role within the French resistance against the Nazi occupation during the World War II and author of several books, the political veteran called not to give in or be indifferent.
Danielle Mitterrand demanded European diplomacies to score another point and reject Bolivian secessionist trends that are trying to create autonomous governments against the new Constitution.