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Bolivia’s President Accuses DEA of Tapping His Phone

President Morales

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President-elect Obama will have some fence mending to take care of when he takes office.

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WASHINGTON — Bolivia’s left-wing President Evo Morales on Wednesday accused the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) of trying to tap his telephone conversations instead of going after cocaine traffickers.
Bolivian-US relations have deteriorated in recent months since Morales expelled the US Ambassador in September, accusing him of inciting anti-government protests, and Washington blacklisted Bolivia for not co-operating in the war on drugs.
This month, Morales ejected DEA agents from operating in the world’s third-largest cocaine-producing country, charging them with spying and maintaining ties with anti-government groups that staged violent protests in September. Washington denies the charge.
“We do not need DEA agents to control the President” of Bolivia, Morales said in an address to the Organisation of American States (OAS) in Washington. He accused the agency of trying to bug his telephone as well as that of the Bolivian Vice President. Morales offered no details of the accusation.
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