In another hearing on freedom actions that was rejected, former President Jeanine Áñez reiterated her innocence and that she did not kill or have anyone killed “because I am a woman of faith” during her tenure in the presidency of the country. Meanwhile, they demanded the Socialism Movement (MAS) that their daughter, Carolina Ribera, be investigated for alleged abuse of donations while she was in charge of the social management department.
The ex-president detained in Miraflores prison checked the way she was arrested in Trinidad and asked if prosecutors and police were “stubborn” in claiming she tried to flee the country. He said if that had been his intention, he would have done it as early as December, January or February of this year.
“But I was here, in my country, and I think I just did what I had to do. I have not exceeded anything at all, I am not a criminal, I have not killed anyone, nor would I have anyone killed because I am a believing woman, I am a Christian woman and I always want the best for my compatriots. he said.
Violation of rights
Since the beginning of the hate speech, terrorism and conspiracy case against him, he has reported that, despite his fragile health, he has been through a series of violations of his rights by the General Directorate of the Penitentiary System.
She also insisted that no evidence has yet been found holding her responsible for the crimes for which she is being charged in the so-called “coup” case sponsored by former MAS MP Lidia Patty.
“We are only asking that the court orders be carried out. That is why the judiciary is so discredited, that is why nobody believes in justice, because it is extremely politicized, and unfortunately you are totally defenseless because there is a judicial order and a political counter-order and that doesn’t seem fair to us. because there is no justice like that, ”he added.
Áñez’s statement came after the Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts (GIEI) found in one of its conclusions in recent days that there had been “serious human rights violations” in the country between September and December 2019.
I will not shut up
Carolina Ribera, the daughter of Jeanine Áñez, replied that they wanted to silence her so that she would stop reporting the abuse against her mother. She said that as the head of social management, her job was to help people, and everything is being registered.