The interim president of Bolivia, Jeanine Áñez, condemned the UN on Wednesday for the “systematic harassment” of the Argentine government “Kirchenista” and called for a definitive end to “caudillista” and “authoritarian” populism.
Speaking to the General Assembly, Áñez denounced the “abusive” harassment Bolivia is subjected to by the government of Argentine President Alberto Fernández, whom he accuses of cracking down on institutions and “republican values in Bolivia”.
Although she has said she has “nothing against the noble Argentine people”, the president has warned that “the populist castes” like Argentina ‘s are using “openly abusive” methods to support their plans, power and positions. “against freedom”.
“Argentina is a nation that we value and love as you love a brother. We have nothing against Peronism, which we value as a political tradition, as a popular national tradition, as a driving force for enormous successes in the social modernization of Argentina”, he said before. to insist that he “has no grudge against other governments like Havana,” although there are no “ideological” coincidences. “We cultivate due respect and courtesy that characterize relations between two sovereign states and between two peoples united through history,” he said.