Festive Left Friday Blogging: An Ecuadorable day for Cochabamba

Look who’s in Bolivia right now…

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Oh hai!

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Yes, there really are some guys who deserve to be pelted with petals. Here’s one of them.

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“Music, please, maestro! I feel a song coming on…”

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7 Responses to Festive Left Friday Blogging: An Ecuadorable day for Cochabamba

  1. I have been under the weather and back so did I miss something? Where is Evo? A visiting Head of State without the hosting Head of State? What’s up?

  2. I believe this is what’s going on:

    Cochabamba, BOLIVIA 16 oct (ABI).- El presidente de Bolivia, Evo Morales Ayma, inaugura hoy en esta ciudad boliviana la VII Cumbre Presidencial de la Alianza Bolivariana para los pueblos de nuestra América (ALBA) para tomar decisiones en las áreas política, económica y social.
    El acto inaugural se cumplirá a las 16.00 horas local (20.00 gmt) en el gran Salón del hotel Cochabamba, donde serán alojados los presidentes y primeros ministros de 17 países latinoamericanos y del Caribe.

    Frustratingly, I can’t link the ABI page anymore…all the news items seem to have the same URL. But that’s what’s going on. It’s an ALBA summit!

  3. Manaat says:

    Tune in to VTV (señal en vivo) … they are playing everything en vivo … including Evo’s address right now.

  4. Crap, I missed Evo…but Chavecito’s talking, and charming the pants off everyone as usual. Yay!

  5. Manaat says:

    What are the Russkies doing here at ALBA?

  6. Probably taking notes. Or maybe looking for new customers for Sukhoi planes.

  7. Thanks, ‘Bina. I hate being in and out, because I miss so much. I depend on all my faithful blogs to keep up with the world because, as I am sure you are aware, the MSM has not had one word about the ALBA meeting. Thanks for bringing me up to date.

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