Vatican, October 29 (RHC)-- Bolivian President Evo Morales offered a conference at the Vatican, as part of the program of the World Encounter of Popular Movements, in which he is participating as an indigenous leader.
The encounter gathers together more than 100 delegates and leaders of organizations representing primarily part-time workers, landless peasants, indigenous people and marginalized groups from around the world, in the search for solutions to today's land, food and job problems.
Addressing delegates at the event, President Morales highlighted his nation's advances since the nationalization of natural resources and the country's breaking up with the IMF.
Morales pointed to the elimination of illiteracy, the fight against drug-trafficking and the defense of the country's sovereignty, motherland and the collective and individual rights of all Bolivians alike.
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