Monday, October 18, 2010

Bolivian miner rescued from mine in Chile Carlos Mamani will work in Bolivia

RETURN ACEPTED • The Bolivian miner Carlos Mamani, rescued last week along with 32 of his colleagues from the depths of the San José mine, accepted the offer of President Evo Morales to return to Bolivia and join a new job.


Monica Quispe, her and Mamanis's daughter Emily, Dn. Juan Evo Morales Ayma (President Of Plurinational State of Bolivia) and Carlos Mamani himself.
Photo © ABI™

LA PAZ, Bolivia.— Mamani thus denied some versions that he did not want to return Bolivia because in Chile has a better chance.

"I am grateful to President Evo for their support and decided to return home to work"
Mamani and his wife and daughter, along with others of his relatives had lunch on Monday with President Evo Morales, who confirmed his desire to return Carlos Mamani to Bolivia to work.

Mamani confirmed he will be incorporated into Bolivian Fiscal Oilfields (YPFB) in transport section in Cochabamba city, as head of transport. He will earn a salary of 7,000 bolivianos = $US 1000.

Source: ABI®, Agencia Boliviana de Informacion

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