The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights passed the information on the Jeanine Áñez case to its technical mission in Bolivia and declined the hearing that the former president asked for information from her daughter Carolina Ribera.
“May I suggest that your daughter, Carolina Ribera Áñez, or whoever you have available, provide the Technical Mission with the information it deems relevant. The Mission can also provide you with general information on the various human rights mechanisms of the United Nations, ”stated an August 5 letter published in Central Affairs this afternoon.
The letter also states that the technical mission “has followed events since the political crisis began in late 2019, including the investigations and legal proceedings related to those events, as well as the arrests and conditions of detention of people deprived of their liberty”.
In July, the former president requested a hearing from the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet.