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Debates
Wednesday, 13 November 2019 - Brussels Provisional edition

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  Mick Wallace (GUE/NGL). – Mr President, I would be against it, given the nature of what it will end up being like. I also was in La Paz for the election. This is a coup d’état. When the military tell the elected President that he has to go, it is called a coup d’état. This is an abuse of the electoral system. It’s an abuse of international law. It’s an abuse of human rights. This House is forever talking about all three, and interference in elections, but when it happens in this case, they actually like it. This House needs to make up its mind what it likes and what it doesn’t. We will oppose the resolution.

 
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