Monday, February 2, 2015

Bolivian President Praises RT for Being the Voice of Developing Countries / Sputnik International

The Russian channel RT has become the voice of the people and the revolutionaries, it deserves admiration, Bolivian President Evo Morales recently remarked in response to statements made by the US Broadcasting Board of Governors' CEO Andrew Lack, who had named the channel, along with Islamic State militants, as the main challenge facing his agency.

RT Under Attack for Challenging US Media’s Foreign Policy Narrative

MOSCOW, January 30 (Sputnik) – Bolivian President Morales has called the Russian television channel RT the voice of revolutionaries and of the peoples of the world, and stated that it deserves admiration.

"When the media turns into the voice of the people, especially in the voice of revolutionaries, there are those people and the media, who will judge them and falsify the truth," Morales told RT. "This media is the voice of the developing countries, the voice of the peoples of the world, and it deserves our admiration."

Despite smear campaigns, misrepresentation of facts, and outright lies, such media should continue their work to give the microphone to the peoples of the world, added the Bolivian head of state.

His comments follow statements made last week by the CEO of the US Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG), Andrew Lack, who labelled RT as one of the main challenges to his agency, along with radical militant groups such as the Islamic State (IS) and Boko Haram.

Complete story at - Bolivian President Praises RT for Being the Voice of Developing Countries / Sputnik International

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