EN FOTOS: Manifestantes bolivianos rechazaron el golpe y exigieron renuncia de Jeanine Añez

Miles de manifestantes provenientes de la ciudad El Alto, concentrados en La Paz (capital), exigieron este miércoles la renuncia de la senadora Jeanine Áñez, quien se autoproclamó «presidenta» tras el golpe de Estado contra el presidente legítimo Evo Morales.

Texto: Telesur

Miembros de la federación departamental de trabajadores campesinos Ponchos Rojos enfatizaron su rechazo a las acciones golpistas de los dirigentes opositores Carlos Mesa y Luis Fernando Camacho, quienes orquestaron una ola de violencia desde el pasado 20 de octubre contra la población indígena, campesina y funcionarios del Movimiento Al Socialismo (MAS) para forzar la renuncia del Gobierno.

Asimismo, los Ponchos Rojos y habitantes de El Alto, segunda ciudad más poblada de Bolivia, repudiaron la autoproclamación de Áñez sin tener quórum del Parlamento tras bloquear el ingreso de los legisladores del MAS por falta de garantías a su seguridad.

«Autonombrada, fascista y discriminadora», así describió a Áñez uno de los miembros de Ponchos Rojos, agrupación que autoconvocaron cabildos para establecer un pliego de resoluciones, entre ellas que se procese penalmente a Mesa y Camacho por su responsabilidad en los actos de violencia contra indígenas y campesinos del país.

«Están matando a varios hermanos, la bandera whipala que ha quemado la policía, nos han gasificado, pero nosotros hemos aguantado», dijo otro de los miembros de la federación campesina e indígena Ponchos Rojos.

«Nos discriminan y la prensa no dice nada»

«Nosotros no somos masistas (del partido MAS), estamos viniendo a perdir la renuncia de (Jeanine) Áñez», expresó una de las manifestantes cerca de la Plaza Murillo en La Paz. «Somos alteños que estamos cansados de que nos repriman, no queremos más a (Luis Fernando) Camacho ni a (Carlos) Mesa», agregó.

Otra mujer alteña, participante de la protesta, aseveró que son discriminados por ser indígenas y usar polleras. «Nosotros somos el pueblo, hemos nacido aquí», dijo.

«Los policías se están enfrentando contra El Alto, nos discriminan, lo único que quieren es dividirnos, la prensa no dice nada de los campesinos que han caído, son la gente pobre, humilde», aseveró un hombre también parte de la protesta.

Añadió que rechazan el golpe de Estado contra el presidente Evo Morales. «El pueblo de Bolivia no reconoce a Jeanine Áñez como nuestra presidenta, queremos que renuncie ya, para que haya paz que renuncie ella y que se instale la sesión ordinaria (del Parlamento) con cada uno de los diputados, y si hay oportunidad que vuelva nuestro presidente», enfatizó el manifestante.

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Members of the security forces clash with supporters of former Bolivian President Evo Morales, in La Paz, Bolivia November 13, 2019. REUTERS/Henry Romero

A member of the security forces holds a weapon as a man takes cover during clashes between supporters of former Bolivian President Evo Morales and members of the security forces, in La Paz, Bolivia November 13, 2019. REUTERS/Marco Bello TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

LA PAZ, BOLIVIA – NOVEMBER 13: Demonstrators of MAS throw stones to the riot police in an attempt to enter the Plaza Murillo on November 13, 2019 in La Paz, Bolivia. Bolivia faces a political and social turmoil after Evo Morales, first ever indigenous president of the country, resigned after 13 years and ten months. Yesterday, Senate’s second vice president and opposition politician Jeanine Anez declared herself interim president. Morales alleged a coup after sectors of military and police forces withdrew their support. His re-election victory on October 20 had triggered weeks of fraud allegations and deadly protests. OAS audit said results cannot be verified to clear manipulations and should be annulled. (Photo by Gabriel Marquez/Getty Images/Getty Images)

LA PAZ, BOLIVIA – NOVEMBER 13: A demonstrator of MAS throws a tear gas bomb to riot police in an attempt to enter the Plaza Murillo on November 13, 2019 in La Paz, Bolivia. Bolivia faces a political and social turmoil after Evo Morales, first ever indigenous president of the country, resigned after 13 years and ten months. Yesterday, Senate’s second vice president and opposition politician Jeanine Anez declared herself interim president. Morales alleged a coup after sectors of military and police forces withdrew their support. His re-election victory on October 20 had triggered weeks of fraud allegations and deadly protests. OAS audit said results cannot be verified to clear manipulations and should be annulled. (Photo by Gabriel Márquez/Getty Images/Getty Images)

LA PAZ, BOLIVIA – NOVEMBER 13: A demonstrator of MAS with his face covered ducks to avoid the tear gas on November 13, 2019 in La Paz, Bolivia. Bolivia faces a political and social turmoil after Evo Morales, first ever indigenous president of the country, resigned after 13 years and ten months. Yesterday, Senate’s second vice president and opposition politician Jeanine Anez declared herself interim president. Morales alleged a coup after sectors of military and police forces withdrew their support. His re-election victory on October 20 had triggered weeks of fraud allegations and deadly protests. OAS audit said results cannot be verified to clear manipulations and should be annulled. (Photo by Gabriel Márquez/Getty Images/Getty Images)

Members of the security forces detain a demonstrator during clashes with supporters of former Bolivian President Evo Morales, in La Paz, Bolivia November 13, 2019. REUTERS/Henry Romero

Demonstrators look on during clashes with members of the security forces, in La Paz, Bolivia November 13, 2019. REUTERS/Henry Romero

 

A member of the security forces uses pepper spray during clashes with supporters of former Bolivian President Evo Morales, in La Paz, Bolivia November 13, 2019. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

A woman reacts during clashes between supporters of former Bolivian President Evo Morales and members of the security forces, in La Paz, Bolivia November 13, 2019. REUTERS/Marco Bello

An indigenous woman holds a placard reading «women demand respect, enough violence and hostigaments» while she stands next to a fire during clashes with supporters of former Bolivian President Evo Morales, in La Paz, Bolivia November 13, 2019. REUTERS/David Mercado

A woman waves white flags during clashes between supporters of former Bolivian President Evo Morales and members of the security forces, in La Paz, Bolivia November 13, 2019. REUTERS/Marco Bello TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

Supporters of former Bolivian President Evo Morales react amid tear gas during a protest in La Paz, Bolivia November 13, 2019. REUTERS/Henry Romero

A woman argues with a member of the security forces during clashes between members of the security forces and supporters of former Bolivian President Evo Morales in La Paz, Bolivia November 13, 2019. REUTERS/Henry Romero

People react amid tear gas during clashes between members of the security forces and supporters of former Bolivian President Evo Morales in La Paz, Bolivia November 13, 2019. REUTERS/Henry Romero

People react amid tear gas during clashes between members of the security forces and supporters of former Bolivian President Evo Morales in La Paz, Bolivia November 13, 2019. REUTERS/Henry Romero

A member of the security forces and supporters of former Bolivian President Evo Morales react during clashes in La Paz, Bolivia November 13, 2019. REUTERS/Henry Romero

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