Ex-President Áñez rejects parliamentary commission and asks for help from abroad

Through a manuscript shared on social networks, former President Jeanine Añez showed that she refuses to be visited by the Plurinational Legislative Assembly’s human rights commission, asserting that this institution is politicized and its rights will not protect people or their health.

Instead, Añez is asking international organizations to intervene so that he can “regain all of his rights” that have been “violated” by the current government.

“Faced with the constant manipulation of the truth by Arce, Evo Morales, the Masista elite and the Bolivians” In “Justice”, Jeanine Añez expresses her REJECTION against the visit of the Parliament’s Human Rights Commission. MOTIONS and CLAIMS before international organizations that they are guarantors of their rights (sic), “says the tweet on the account of the ex-president.

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“I appeal to the international community as my human rights and health are being violated by the government of Luis Arce, Evo Morales, the Masista elite and the ‘Bolivian judiciary’,” he concluded in the manuscript in which I called “Political Prey. ” sign “

Last week, Áñez published another letter declaring that she was “defenseless” after a judge denied a petition for deprivation of liberty on the grounds of “risk of escape” and “obstruction” in the trial against her.

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The ex-president has been in preventive detention in Miraflores prison in La Paz since March because of the alleged 2019 coup.

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