Allied and opposing governments of the United States came together to demand an explanation for the alleged spy ststem that was carried out in Latin American countries, focusing especially in Brazil, Colombia and Mexico, as it was revealed by the former CIA analyst Edward Snowden.
America now faces the contempt of nearby countries such as Chile, Colombia and Mexico, also joined his major opponents, as Ecuador and Venezuela, among others claiming that Washington must explain the truth about being “priority target” for their secret services.
Colombia, an important ally of the United States, expressed their discontent and rejection on the allegations made by Snowden. The U.S. ambassador in Bogota, Peter Michael McKinley, said yesterday that his country will explain through diplomatic channels to Colombia.
For its part, the regime leader Rafael Correa qualified of “intolerable” the alleged U.S. espionage, demanded explanations and “corrections to the highest level” and warned that there are “practices to destabilize governments.”
Faced with allegations of espionage, Iris Varela, Minister of Corrections of Venezuela, said it would be best to close the accounts of the social network Facebook so that people do not work for free for the CIA.