MAS sends a CC deputy to the ethics committee who has reported attempts at bribery

The President of the Chamber of Deputies, Freddy Mamani (MAS) announced this Thursday that before the ethics committee of this legislative body he would denounce the Civic Community (CC) Deputy Samantha Nogales for denouncing alleged attempts at bribery without evidence from the part of the legislature of the Movement to Socialism (MAS).

“We have checked this and up to this point there has not been a written complaint to the Presidium of the Chamber of Deputies to contact the Ethics Committee. By bribery, we will immediately initiate proceedings against this MP,” he said at a press conference.

In the past few days, Nogales said he had received several anonymous calls from people offering him money to guarantee two-thirds so that Jeanine Áñez could be prosecuted over the events of Sacaba and Senkata and accused members of the MAS.

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In this respect, Mamani regretted that such statements are made in the media and then the evidence is not presented in the appropriate instances.

“It’s not just about presenting to the media with no evidence or complaint, in that sense the bank has to take that responsibility to cover it,” he said.

On the other hand, the President of the House of Commons also denied that there was any form of persecution or extortion in the proceedings relating to the responsibilities against Carlos Mesa in the Quiborax case approved yesterday by the Department of Justice’s Joint Commission on Plural Justice there and defense state legal.

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