RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "In Bolivia, the Army is not like in Venezuela. There is still a certain tradition and honor," explains a veteran leader who opposes the current government of La Paz. "Nor do the security forces, in general, sympathize with them".
"Them" is, in truth, "he". He is referring to the unfinished achievements that Evo Morales failed to attract in the country, crippled by very serious suspicions of electoral fraud.
The images speak for themselves. Uniforms waving the Bolivian flag from the top of the police barracks responding to the only command they acknowledge: that of the people . . .