1. Various of Bolivian President Evo Morales during interview
2. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Evo Morales, President of Bolivia:
"For me, communism comes from community. Community is the larger society. I feel like the Pope is the first and best politician in the world. He has a policy aimed at the poor, destitute - a policy for dignity, equality, for sovereignty. Therefore, the man or woman who engages with the destitute - that's socialism. I don't know whether it's communism, but it is socialism."
3. Morales talking to media during interview
4. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Evo Morales, President of Bolivia:
"(I did not want) to provoke or cause any offence. (In reference of his gift to Francis of a cross fashioned in a hammer and sickle), It was for him to be aware of how there are priests who give their lives, time and knowledge to the poor. It was to honour our martyr Luis Espinal (Catholic priest murdered in Bolivia in 1980) - it was for that reason. Now, it's being debated. We wanted an international debate. But where does it come from? It's not my invention or the government's - it's to recognise Luis Espinal and all the priests who sacrifice their lives for others."
5. Various cutaways
6. SOUNDBITE (Spanish) Evo Morales, President of Bolivia:
"I feel like Pope Francis came to support this liberation process (in reference to his socialist policies). Yesterday, I was told, when he apologised (for offences the Catholic Church committed against indigenous during the conquest of the Americas) that some members of the Catholic Church from the far right had a sad face. They were heart-broken. Truly, Pope Francis, evangelises. I admire that."
Bolivia's President Evo Morales said on Friday that Pope Francis, who concluded a three-day official visit to the South American country, is the world's most skilled politician.
Morales said that it was pretty clear that what the pontiff preaches amounts to socialism.
Francis made history on his three-day visit by apologising before Bolivia's first indigenous president for the Catholic Church's "grave sins" in the subjugation of the Americas' native peoples in the name of God.
Francis is now in Paraguay, the last leg of his Latin American tour.