Vice Interior Minister Nelson Cox assured this Friday that all documents, medical studies and health reports of former President Jeanine Áñez will be presented to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) in order to “distort her life”. in danger.” .
“The Bolivian state will adequately explain the responsible handling, the care in relation to the highest standards of the right to health, the processing, evaluation and even the coordination, because the doctors specialists from the public health system have coordinated with the bed specialists of Jeanine Áñez “Said Cox on an institutional note.
The deputy minister assured that all documents would be submitted “through our attorney general’s office in the allotted time, in order to distort the elements used to simulate an imminent danger”.
Last Wednesday, the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) informed the Bolivian state and gave one week to inform about the situation of former President Jeanine Áñez, who is currently detained in Miraflores prison.
The notification was sent to Foreign Minister Rogelio Mayta on August 31st as part of a request for precautionary measures by Juan Carlos Gutiérrez, defender of the former president, with whom he wants to call on a state to “protect one or more persons who are involved in a are in a serious and urgent situation in which they will suffer irreparable damage ”.