Argentina this Wednesday “regretted” that the Interim President of Bolivia, Jeanine Áñez, insisted on incorporating the country into Bolivian “internal” politics in relation to the speech the President gave to the United Nations General Assembly.
“The Argentine Foreign Ministry regrets that Ms. Jeanine Áñez, during her intervention (…) before the General Assembly of the United Nations, insisted that the Argentine government be included in Bolivia’s domestic policy,” says the portfolio of the social network Twitter.
In a series of messages criticizing Áñez’s words “in the middle of the election campaign” in Bolivia, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs added that it “hopes” that the Bolivian President “can focus her energies on holding the elections.” “the free and transparent presidential elections” scheduled for October 18th.
In particular, Áñez has denounced the “systematic harassment” of the Argentine government “Kirchenista” and called for a definitive end to “caudillista” and “authoritarian” populism. She has also accused the current Argentine executive, led by Alberto Fernández, of cracking down on the institutions and “republican values in Bolivia”.