Brasilia: "Dear comrades, I cannot express what it means to be here with you," Lula said from a box surrounded by PT militants, whom he thanked for the support given during all this time, Granma newspaper publishes.

La Paz: The president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, called today for social peace with tolerance and respect for the humblest in the country, given the wave of protests promoted by the opposition, Prensa Latina publishes.

Brasilia: Former Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff warned that the current government is selling off the country's future with an auction of several oil blocs, which will do unprecedented damage to national sovereignty, Prensa Latina reports.

Mexico: The president-elect of Argentina, Alberto Fernández and the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, pledged to strengthen the commercial and political ties between the two nations, which are currently very weak, Radio Habana Cuba reports.

La Paz: The leader of the Pro Santa Cruz Civic Committee, Fernando Camacho, intends today to damage Bolivia's economy with the seizure of institutions and the closing of borders, denounced the president of the Senate, Adriana Salvatierra.

United States: Eleven US Democratic senators opposed to the policy promoted today against Cuba by the Donald Trump administration sent a letter to the executive to reject the new restrictions imposed on flights to the island, Prensa Latina reports.