In a mission to know the “historical truth of the results”, the Attorney General’s Office announced that it will begin its “minute-by-minute” review of the 2019 election process on October 11, which was canceled due to complaints of electoral fraud.
The project presented by Attorney General Wilfredo Chávez includes the analysis of compliance with the agreement signed between the Organization of American States (OAS) and the Bolivian state and the submission of the OAS Secretary General’s comprehensive election analysis report.
“The Attorney General’s Office makes the decision to review the 2019 election papers in search of the historical truth of the results. This is the substantive approach we are taking in the minute-by-minute review and we want it to be taken into account.” that we are looking for the truth of the historical record of these results as they were, “he said at a press conference.
At least 40 graduates or final year students of the Universidad Mayor de San Andrés (UMSA) and the Public University of El Alto (UPEA) will be assigned to carry out the work, as well as three specialists in electoral law.
“We will go minute by minute to check the truth, this is our challenge to the country for democracy, justice and history,” announced Chavez.
In the next few days he announced that he would send out invitations so that various institutions can participate in this process.
Last month, Chavez submitted a report from the Comptroller’s Office in which he rejected the work of the OAS and assured that he had “not checked” the official record of the 2019 elections, which is why he had violated the agreement with Bolivia.