Áñez’s circle condemned his “kidnapping” seven months after his imprisonment

Former Bolivian President Jeanine Áñez’s circle condemned her “kidnapping” this Wednesday when the former president is serving seven months in preventive detention pending the investigation into the “coup”.

“Today has been seven months since the kidnapping, abusive transfer and unlawful ‘preventive’ detention of former Bolivian Constitutional President Jeanine Áñez,” said her circle of the ex-president’s account on the social network Twitter, which was made by people from her trust is managed.

Áñez’s circle condemned his “kidnapping” seven months after his imprisonment
Áñez’s circle condemned his “kidnapping” seven months after his imprisonment

In the message, those around Áñez criticized the fact that his conviction for preventive detention was based “on conspiracy and revenge”. “They abuse power and politics at the cost of their lives,” they said.

Áñez, who has been in preventive detention since March – accused of sedition, terrorism, conspiracy and genocide because of her role in the post-election crisis, among other things – tried to commit suicide in mid-August, in a complete worsening of her health, as from his circle reported.

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