Covid: MAS analyzes legal action taken against Camacho for breach of duty

Movement To Socialism (MAS) deputy Rolando Cuellar reported this Friday that along with other Santa Cruz national representatives in the Plurinational Legislative Assembly (ALP), legal action has been taken against Governor Luis Fernando Camacho, whom he accuses of dereliction of duty during the Covid-19 pandemic.

“As a bank of congressmen and senators, we will have a meeting Monday where we will address this issue and we will seek reports on the contingency plan that the Santa Cruz governor’s office does or does not have, and Depending on this report, we will take legal action for breach of duty,” he said.

He also stated that the Camacho government in Santa Cruz governorate was inefficient in devising an emergency plan to deal with the fourth wave of Covid-19, which could cause infections to rise at an alarming rate.

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“I had hidden the vaccines and was waiting for their expiration date, they didn’t vaccinate and that’s a disadvantage for the people of Santa Cruz. The Santa Cruz government has no contingency plan. When the infections rose, it was precisely because the government and headquarters didn’t open vaccination centers, they didn’t have a strategy, they were postponed,” he said.

Finally, he pointed out that the qualification of the third-level hospital in the municipality of Montero is still pending, a task that he said is entirely the responsibility of the Camacho governor’s office.

“On Monday we have a board meeting where we will elect all Santa Cruz senators and lawmakers to take legal action against this negligent governor,” he confirmed.

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