Santa Cruz Governor Luis Fernando Camacho confirmed this Monday that he will testify in La Paz this Thursday in front of the prosecutor in the case of the alleged coup.
“I will be leaving on the first flight. Tell them not to worry, I will be with the La Paz prosecutor on Thursday so that the testimony can be taken,” Camacho said at a press conference.
The FIscalía summoned the governor and former ombudsman for this Thursday at 9:00 a.m.
“Not only Bolivians know that there was fraud, the whole world knows it, they want to write one story about another and believe that there was a coup, that is outrageous, we will stand firm because there is only one truth and we “will defend them,” said the governor.
He stated that he had asked to be notified and to have his testimony recorded in Santa Cruz, but that if no response was received, he would travel to La Paz to testify.
Camacho said the Attorney General Juan Lanchipa opened the case against him because “he is following the line of his boss (Evo Morales) who cannot justify his escape. Now the whole world knows it was a fraud.”
Camacho and other politicians, military officials and police officers were denounced by former MP Lidia Patty in the event of the alleged coup in 2019.