It has recently come to the attention of this office that Attorney General Ramiro Guerrero, of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, has announced the dismissal of sixty (60) prosecutors on suspicion of corruption, with an additional two hundred (200) prosecutors under investigation.
The Government of The United States of America commends this effort and
will voice its support for any nation that commits itself to the elimination of judicial malfeasance and internal corruption.
Additionally, it is well documented that the president of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, Evo Morales, is engaged in a long-term struggle to rid that nation of its private central bank and the negative, often disastrous, effects associated with
privately-owned IMF/World Bank-imposed policies.
It is clear that President Morales and the people of the Plurinational State of Bolivia
have determined that the days of private-banking exploitation of the people and the people’s resources have come to an end.
The Government of The United States of America voices its support for these
efforts and invites representatives of the Plurinational State of Bolivia to
open diplomatic dialogue with the Government of The United States of America