Camacho urges the Arce government to respect Áñez's rights

Santa Cruz Governor and Creemos leader Luis Fernando Camacho spoke on Saturday about what happened to former President Jeanine Áñez, who injured herself this morning, and called Luis Arce’s administration “cruel”.

“Luis Arce’s government and its policy of revenge crosses all borders. Again and again they have probed the health of Jeanine Áñez in an inhuman behavior that is cruelty, ”published Camacho on his social networks.

He demanded: “We demand that the persecution cease and that the human rights of political prisoners be respected.”

The governor of Santa Cruz spoke after a report by the government minister Eduardo del Castillo about the self-harm of Jeanine Áñez in the prison of Miraflores, where she spent five months in the case of the alleged “coup d’état”.

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Castillo said this Saturday: “I regret to inform the Bolivian people that Ms. Áñez tried to harm herself early this morning (Saturday), but she has some small scratches on one of her arms, but there are nothing “to worry”.

Former President Áñez has been detained in Miraflores Prison in La Paz for more than five months for the alleged coup. His lawyers ask him to defend himself freely.

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