Tuto Quiroga: Those who say the GIEI report shows a

Former President Jorge Tuto Quiroga said Friday that those who claim the report by the Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts (GIEI) show that there was a “coup” in 2019 are lying.

As an argument, Quiroga mentioned that the GIEI report in the background indicates that the group was set up in agreement with the “interim government” and pointed out that this expression is repeated over and over in the report.

“If Añez were” de facto “, this #GIEIBolivia report would be de facto,” concluded the ex-president on his Twitter account.

The GIEI report makes it clear that it failed to determine whether there was a coup d’état or electoral fraud in Bolivia as it was not in line with its mandate.

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However, President Luis Arce claimed the report confirmed a “coup” as it indicates that Jeanine was named president in a session without a quorum.

The same argument was made by former President Evo Morales, who also claimed to know the “diplomatic language” and that, in his view, the GIEI “diplomatically” confirmed that there was a “coup”.

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