Evo has at least three complaints about the use of state assets

The former president and national head of the MAS, Evo Morales, has been publicly denounced at least three times for the use of state property.

The first complaint was made on March 1 of this year. Eusebio Cordero, the then Chuquisaca Departmental Member, claimed that a private plane that relocated former President Evo Morales was using the Juana Azurduy de Padilla military airport, which has been closed for commercial operations since 2015, reported Página Siete.

The second complaint was filed on March 2. The same MP Cordero alleged that the MAS national head was traveling in a van supposedly owned by the Prime Minister, a Toyota Land Cruiser Prado vehicle with a 2831-MTS license plate.

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These first two cases occurred in the middle of the campaign for this year’s sub-national elections.

The last complaint was the last few days. The former president was denounced for traveling on an FAB plane to a political meeting on August 7th.

The MAS assured that 10,500 Bolivians were paid from “contributions” by militants, but the community noted that the plane was delivered to the Beni authorities as an ambulance in 2015.

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