President Luis Arce and Vice President David Choquehuanca attended the MAS-IPSP event convened by Evo Morales.
Bolivia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued an official communiqué expressing the nation's decision to resume its participation in three of the most important regional organizations in Latin America striving for regional integration.
Evo Morales participated and demanded justice in a rally to honor the Senkata massacre victims that took place a year ago in El Alto, Bolivia.
The Observation Mission sent by the IACHR between 22 and 25 November 2019 confirmed that in Sacaba and Senkata a massacre was committed.
Two top military leaders of the de facto coup government who have arrest warrants against them have fled Bolivia to Brazil and Panama as fugitives from the country's justice system.
The former president led the MAS political party leading up to the local elections of March 7, 2021.
Interior Minister Arturo Murillo and Defense Minister Fernando Lopez are charged with the crime of influence peddling.
"We are going to take care of the ideological aspect and the social programs from MAS, above all," Evo highlighted.
The removal of the former top military brass is an important step in the changes President Luis Arce is making after the end of the de facto government.
The Sacaba and Senkata massacres occurred amid the military interventions and the social protests that emerged after Jeanine Añez burst in as president.
Bolivia's President says the richest organizations and countries must assume joint responsibility to reactivate the economy after COVID-19.