Bolivia to Bury Capitalism in Doha
March 31, 2009 - Prensa Latina

La Paz, Mar 31 (Prensa Latina) Bolivian President Evo Morales will advocate in Doha, Qatar, for an alternative system to Capitalism, according to a Foreign Ministry press release.

The text announced that this would be the core of Morales´ speech at the 2nd Arab-South American summit beginning in Doha on on Tuesday.

The statement said the summit will also address political and cultural coordination, and dialogue among civilizations.

Leaders will also assess economic cooperation to face the global crisis and the impact of climate change, the text said.

The Bolivian Foreign ministry reiterated that Morales would insist on the need to deprivatize services like electricity, water, education, and health.

In a recent world forum held in January in Belem, Brazil, the Bolivian president launched initiatives to save the planet.

He called to end Capitalism, which he held responsible for placing thousands people in poverty, and for the climate change that could kill the whole human race.

Morales' proposals also include the struggle for peace and international solidarity, actions to reverse the damage caused to the planet and the battle for peoples' sovereignty and identity.