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Áñez pledges to “fix what was done wrong” after medical scandal

Interim President of Bolivia, Jeanine Áñez, has promised to “fix anything that goes wrong in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic after the corruption scandal in the Ministry of Health related to the purchase of medical care”.

“I recognize that there are things that have not developed optimally in the enormous work of fighting the virus. I recognize it and I am really sorry,” he said on Monday and reportedly celebrated 211 years of the first libertarian scream in America. the official news agency ABI.

“I want them to know that I will fix what was done wrong,” he added, assuring that in the light of “the least amount of corruption, whoever he touches,” he will reduce the full weight of the law .

Áñez pledges to “fix what was done wrong” after medical scandal
Áñez pledges to “fix what was done wrong” after medical scandal

Former former Health Minister Marcelo Navajas was released and arrested and detained shortly afterwards for buying 170 respirators for which the government paid more than $ 27,000 to Spanish company GPA Innova than his market price was around $ 7,000 would be. Another Spanish company, IME Consulting, worked as an intermediary.

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