Former Bolivian Ambassador to the Organization of American States (OAS) Jaime Aparicio said today that if the Inter-American Court of Human Rights finds that indefinite re-election is not a human right, Bolivia would have to recognize Evo’s nomination, and if the Inter-American Court of Human Rights finds that indefinite re-election is not a human right, Morales was illegal and attempted the Revoke or sanction the decision of the Plurinational Constitutional Court (TCP).
“What should happen is that we (for Bolivia) should be recognized, in terms of international law and legality, that this candidacy was illegal, unconstitutional because the Court of Justice does, that is, that the Bolivian Constitution was and could be right Limit presidential mandates, ”Aparicio said in an interview with the A Media Mañana de Los Tiempos program and Grupo Centro.
It also pointed out that if the IACHR’s decision suggests that indefinite re-election is not a human right, it should “be a fact that should be reversed or sanctioned”.
Aparicio also noted that the discussion about whether or not the IACHR’s decision is binding is “intended to distract the subject”.
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