President Rafael Correa arrived yesterday to Bolivia to attend the third inauguration of the President of Bolivia, Evo Morales.
Correa said that his visit is to celebrate the re-election of Evo Morales, who won the elections last October in an “overwhelming, convincing” way.
The Ecuadorian President added that the support garnered by Morales is “a new impetus to the process of change in Bolivia,” but also for “progressive and leftist governments” in Latin America.
Morales governs Bolivia since 2006 and today begins his third term until 2020, with the inauguration at the Parliament.
The Presidents of Costa Rica, Luis Guillermo Solís; and Trinidad and Tobago, Anthony Carmona; as well as Vice- President of Argentina, Amado Boudou; from Belarus, Viktor Sheiman; of Cuba, Lazara Mercedes Lopez; of Nicaragua, Moses Omar Halleslevens, and from Peru, Marisol Espinoza are already in Bolivia to attend those events.