Diaz-Canel denounces support to coup d’état in Bolivia in Twitter

Diaz-Canel denounces support to coup d’état in Bolivia in Twitter

The Cuban president, Miguel Diaz-Canel, denounced on Monday the creation of more than 68 thousand false accounts in Twitter to support the recent coup d’état in Bolivia, while he also blamed the United States with the destabilization in that South American nation.

Diaz-Canel pointed in his account in Twitter to the impudence, the fake news, and the media manipulation in order to distort the realities about what happened in recent weeks in that Andean country.

More than 68,000 fake Twitter accounts support the coup d’état in Bolivia. The impudence, the fake news and the media manipulation to distort the realities; he tweeted.

In another tweet, the Cuban president said on Monday that the US embassy is responsible for the destabilization in Bolivia, when referring to a report published today on the Granma newspaper.

The publication takes up a tweet dated last November 13th by former President Evo Morales, who said that the American Embassy in La Paz has been the maximum responsible and promoter of the destabilization of the Plurinational State of Bolivia.

The coup d’état that has caused the deaths of my Bolivian brothers, is a political and economic conspiracy that comes from the USA, said Evo Morales, who resigned from his office in order to avoid the excesses of the opposition groups, and who is now a refugee in Mexico.