Áñez denounces human legal rights violations versus her when in jail
Previous Bolivian interim President Jeanine Áñez handwrote a letter expressing she was being tortured and abused when under arrest. “My initially words to the Bolivian folks from the prison of the dictatorship,” (of President Luis Arce) she explained in a concept that was broadly distribute as a result of social media on Tuesday.
But Senate Speaker Andrónico Rodríguez denied her allegations, declaring ”due system is being respected.” The human legal rights of previous de facto president Jeanine Áñez and her ministers have not been violated, in accordance to Rodríguez. “She is mentioning that the rule of legislation has been missing, which is absolutely fake. The Assembly is asking for owing approach, that all legal rights be respected, but we are not able to go to the extreme of inquiring that he have privileges in jail,” Rodríguez underlined.
Áñez is being billed for her involvement in the 2019 rebellion that led to President Evo Morales’ resignation and her subsequent accession to electric power in what was, according to the prosecution, a coup d’état which comprised crimes of sedition and terrorism.
The former interim president’s preventive arrest at first for 4 months has been extended to 6 months, owing to the possibility of escape. Final Friday she was transferred to a clinic due to her deteriorating health and fitness (hypertension) but several hours later she was transferred to a distinctive detention facility.
Senator Leonardo Loza described the letter as “a political letter, it has nothing at all to do with the health difficulty. Before they spoke of political persecution in buy not to answer to the Bolivian justice.”
Añez statements ”[t]hey have by now taken my liberty (…) now they want to choose my wellness, as no unbiased medical doctors were authorized to check out on her and blamed Arce and his federal government should really a little something “greater” come about to her health and fitness.
Bolivian Penitentiary Bureau Chief Juan Carlos Limpias stated that following her vacation to the clinic she experienced been taken to an additional jail so so that the forensic institute can verify the state of her well being.
I will be in this article for as long as my system can hold me, Áñez wrote, as she included she had no intention of leaving Bolivia, as opposed to those who cowardly resigned in buy not to deal with of a state on fire.”
“I was under no circumstances a terrorist. I assumed the Presidency by constitutional succession to pacify Bolivia. There was no coup, there was a fraud,” she claimed in her letter. She also mentioned her nephews, aged 20 and 28, ended up tortured by the law enforcement officers who had been aspect of the operation to arrest her and other kinfolk, the elderly and children were threatened.
Añez is at the moment incarcerated at the Miraflores women’s facility, where by she is isolated to observe the quarantine measures in drive less than the anti-covid-19 protocol helpful inside prisons.
“I am a solitary mom and if they eliminate me by 1 indicates or one more (…) I just want to talk to the Bolivian individuals for the security of my youngsters and my family members and that Bolivians under no circumstances give up in the deal with of dictatorship and political persecution,” she included.