In a Democracy Now! special, we spend the hour with Evo Morales, the first indigenous president of Bolivia. In a wide-ranging conversation, Morales discusses the impact of the war in Iraq on Latin America, warns against the use of biofuels to reduce carbon emissions and highlights the importance of indigenous rights. “I am convinced that the indigenous people are the moral reserve of humanity,” Morales said. He also discusses the enduring legacy of Che Guevara, whether he will stop sending Bolivian troops to train at the School of the Americas and why he is establishing diplomatic relations with Iran. “As far as I know,” Morales said. “Iran] is not a country that is sending troops to kill people in other countries.” [includes rush transcript]moreless
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