State attorney general Wilfredo Chávez reported this Friday that the state had sent the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) the response to the request for information the precautionary body asked for former President Jeanine. asked ñez.
“The report has been sent to the IACHR. We hope that the required action will be rejected as we believe that none of the reasons are present or that the elements requested in the application match,” said Chávez.
Áñez lawyers urged the IACHR to take precautionary measures to protect the ex-president’s life and health after she tried to commit suicide in Miraflores prison, where she has been in preventive detention since March over the alleged coup to take state.
Chavez confirmed that the state had complied with the response within the seven-day deadline granted by the IACHR, claiming that no extension of the deadline had been requested.
The prosecutor confirmed that all of Áñez’s documents and medical studies had been submitted, as well as a report of a medical meeting held on September 7 that the ex-president’s family doctor was aware of.
“As a state, we have determined that there are no elements that would justify an application requested by the petitioners (…) and we have requested that this measure be declared inadmissible because the state meets international standards,” he said.
The call for precautionary measures also included Carolina Ribera, the former president’s daughter.