The President of the Permanent Human Rights Assembly of Bolivia, Amparo Carvajal, arrived at Miraflores Prison in La Paz this Saturday to try to see former President Jeanine Áñez after self-harm.
The country’s highest human rights activist said it is not the first time she has tried to see the ex-president to check her physical and mental health, but to no avail because the police refused to allow her entry on other grounds .
Given the refusal to let her on the premises, she chose to sit outside of the prison. “I’m staying here,” he said.
Amparo arrived in prison after hearing a report from Government Minister Eduardo del Castillo about the self-harm of Jeanine Áñez in Miraflores prison, where she was held for five months for an alleged “coup d’état”. Case. .
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”.