At the MAS they question Amparo Carvajal because he is defending Añez and the victims of Senkata and Sacaba.  forgot

From the ranks of the Movement towards Socialism (MAS) they asked the President of the Permanent Assembly of Human Rights of Bolivia (APDHB), Amparo Carvajal, for defending Jeanine Añez and seeking her freedom, but the victims of the Senkata and Sacaba. forget about massacre. from 2019.

Days ago Carvajal visited the former president in Miraflores prison and took part in some of her hearings, during which, between sobs, he offered the institution he headed as a guarantee of his freedom.

Loyal to the government MP Sandro Ramírez considered the APDHB president’s stance to advocate respect for a person’s human rights “illogical”, but did not behave similarly when violating repression of the police and armed forces to mobilize social sectors in the year 2019.

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“It is very illogical that she does not refrain from saying that the rights must be respected, she forgot in 2019 that there are Bolivians who have the same rights and she never said anything, so we have to woman Amparo (Carvajal) that I cannot speak for just one citizen who speaks for all citizens who also need to respect their human rights, “he said.

His colleague, the deputy, Héctor Arce, also attacked Carvajal’s role during the 2019 crisis, in which at least 37 people were killed, via his social networks, as the Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts (GIEI) found in its report.

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“Yes, Ms. Amparo, where were you during the Sacaba and Senkata massacres. 37 dead, more than 859 injured, more than 1500 arrests, hundreds of people tortured, massacred, kidnapped, etc. etc. Does life have different values ​​for you?” (sic) “is the contribution.

A statement by the APDDHB was issued this Wednesday on a protest march to demand the release of Añez from the “politically persecuted” government of President Luis Arce.

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