Hundreds of Guatemalan aborigines today marched on the streets of the capital city of Guatemala, like the former president of Bolivia, the same as the aboriginal origin of Morales .
Evo Morales is the first Aboriginal president of Bolivia. In the vote count dispute on the October 20 presidential election, it triggered a violent struggle that lasted for several weeks. Morales, who lost support from the security forces, resigned on the 10th and stepped down from the Mexican government. Ten people were killed in the violent struggle in the country, and about 400 were injured.
Mauro Vay, head of the Rural Development Committee, which initiated the parade, said: “We do not accept discriminatory, racist coups in Bolivia.”
Protesters marched along a major street in Guatemala City to the US Embassy, and the Embassy had a large number of police guards.
A long strip of cloth held by the marchers said: “The Morales brothers, Guatemala are with you.” Others symbolize the aboriginal color of India and Canada.
The Guatemalan government joined the United States on the 13th, acknowledging that the conservative chairman of the Bolivian National Assembly, Jeanine Anez, has declared the interim president of Bolivia.