Luxuries of Evo Morales Ayma, the most expensive president of Bolivia
Luxuries of Evo Morales Ayma, the most expensive president of Bolivia. Evo Morales Ayma is known as one of the austere presidents and even a humble man who came to power, anyone who knows reality is killing himself right now.
Morales is the most expensive and eccentric president at least that's what you can see, the gifts range from coins with his face to a colossal museum exclusively about Evo Morales and quite extravagant tastes, then the top of the luxuries and gifts of the Bolivian president, it is worth mentioning that this is a compilation of various news portals with true data and each list has a link for more information, the list starts from the smallest to exaggeratedly expensive gifts or luxuries.
15. Products with the face of Evo
As far as we know these products are not commercialized and are only used in electoral campaigns, these products are characterized by having the image of the Bolivian president printed in notebooks for students, toothpaste and matchboxes, possibly so that the population does not forget about Who is a gift
14. Juguetes con la figura de Evo
No se sabe a quien se le ocurrio esta idea, pero es una realidad existe un juguete o estatuilla con la figura del mandatario boliviano, este juguete data del 2015.
15. 10k Pedestrian Race "Presidente Evo"
There is a pedestrian race in each departmental event where the prizes are thousands of Bs. Sometimes the prizes or amounts vary, what is striking is the name of the race that hints that thanks to the president there is a career and awards, part of the propaganda of more than 10 years.
16. Cartoons about Evo Morales
The series is broadcast by ATB in the program "Anoticiando" conducted by Jaime Iturri, the cartoon is called "El país de las maravillas" although it is not exclusively about Evo, the series parodies the Bolivian situation in addition to giving a wink to the character of Evo Morales and criticize in the form of parody to his political rivals an animated series for minors, who knows what was the purpose of its dissemination.
15. Comics and stories about Evo Morales
The cartoons and stories about the life of Evo Morales is a reality the author of these prints is Alejandra Claros Borda and tells the stories of the Bolivian president in the form of a children's story, the title of this material is called “Las Aventuras de Evito” subsequently Evo comics were published by other authors, all this is part of the Evomania. More information here.
14. USB flash drives Evo Morales
It is not known exactly who was the one who ordered the development of these pendrives with the figure of Evo Morales, we do not know if they have a guarantee or if they are of quality (haha), but what we know is that it has 8GB of storage, it is possible that All government public officials have one.
13. Construction names with the name of Evo
From Colleges, Stadiums, Markets and Roads they are some of the constructions that bear the name of the President and it is not necessary to forget when the Bolivian president baptized constructions with the names of "Hugo Chávez, Fidel Castro and other socialist friends, More information here.
12. Manger over Evo
It is not exactly a birth manger with all the characters of the birth, but it was a replacement of the manger by the replica of the house of Morales in Orinoca, this real-sized house was mounted on Christmas eve in Plaza Murillo. More information here.
11. A movie about Evo
Precisely it was not made with State money, but it was the beginning of gifts from his environment, the film "Evo Pueblo" is an incomplete biographical film of the Bolivian president, part of the euphoria of Evomania. It also has a documentary called "Cocalero".
10. Currency with the face of Evo Morales
When the first image of this coin came out on social networks, many thought that this currency would replace the currency of five Bolivians, the currency that the Central Bank of Bolivia public looked similar to the currency of five, the difference is that it has the Evo bust in the center, the BCB minted 7,000 coins of these characteristics for sale at the exaggerated price of Bs. 200 each. The currency never came to circulate because it was not its purpose, but if it was a gift more than until today the whole stock is still not sold, More information here
9. All-paid soccer broadcast
Just transmitting the football games of President Morales has a cost of Bs. 244,800 per day, is one of the president's sports and wants all Bolivians to observe his plays, although it is not known if he really has an audience, these broadcasts of Soccer is broadcast on the state channel, more information here.
8. Armored vehicles
Evo Morales ordered the renovation of the presidential vehicles by an armored Lexus, this vehicle is approved by several projectiles with a cost of Bs 6.2 million, more information here.
7. Abya Yala Channel
6. Gold ingots as gifts
The bullion was given by miners from the department of Potosí, this was a gift in exchange for President Evo Morales making investments in his region.
5. Hymn to Evo Morales
He was very criticized when it was announced that the armed forces of Bolivia would sing this controversial hymn, the stanzas speak about the coming to power and their struggle against imperialism, the controversy reached such a point that the subject was not heard much less from the anthem
4. Evo Morales helicopters
He got tired of the armored vehicles and wanted to sail the air like any humble president even move to very close places, the price of each helicopter is Bs 6,221,000.
It is time to review the first three positions of this top, the most controversial luxuries, the above mentioned are overshadowed with the following.
3. Evo Morales presidential plane
Evo Morales ordered the purchase of a luxurious presidential plane just for him, it is one of the most modern aircraft in Bolivia.
2. Evo Morales Building
When Bolivia enjoyed economic bonanza it was decided to spend on colossal works and not on the needs of the population, the new government palace is a clear example of economic waste, this 29-story building has a helipad, a sauna, a parking lot cars an exclusive apartment for the president, with a cost of $us 34.4 million dollars, at night the building has another aspect is illuminated by neon lights, many architectural experts agree that the colonial construction style is completely seen ruined by this construction, more information here.
1. Evo Morales Museum
And in the number one position is the museum of Evo Morales, a museum with the theme of the Bolivian president, inside is the gifts he received on his trips abroad and inside Bolivia, in addition to several statues of bronze with his figure that are all over the museum in Orinoca. The real name of the museum is the Museum of the Revolution, but as you could see it has nothing of revolution, the whole content of the museum is about Morales.
The museum is in the first place of this TOP because it is an infrastructure to idolize and adore the image of Evo in life, considering that even Jesus Christ does not have something similar, it is one of the greatest luxuries because when Morales comes out of power The biggest question will be: What do we do with the museum? While the building in Plaza Murillo will have another purpose, the museum is something that should make people and strangers think about how state funds are managed.
The museum is located in Orinoca, a place far from the capital of Oruro, this population does not have any of the basic services, it is one of the museums with few visitors and more equipped in the country although the Ministry of cultures mentions the opposite, more information here. In addition to all these luxuries and gifts, kneeling before Evo Morales by his followers was already well known to everyone.
The president of Mexico (AMLO) and the president of Argentina (Fernández) must be proud to have a "deity" like Evo Morales as a visitor, a being who believed himself superior to all Bolivians. Some followers and acolytes continue to regard Evo as an austere and humble president but this is the truth about who he is.
I invite you to see in videos the museum of Evo Morales in the following channel, credits to Paola
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