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The Bolivian church accuses Áñez of being “too” concerned about “bringing their people to public institutions”.

The President of the Bishops’ Conference of Bolivia (CEPB), Monsignor Ricardo Centellas, has this Sunday sharply criticized the country’s self-appointed interim president, Jeanine Áñez, who he accuses of being “too” aware of bringing her people into institutions publicly “.

In a religious ceremony on the day of the Bolivian journalist, Centellas also criticized the recent government decree authorizing the use of transgenic seeds for the cultivation of maize, sugar cane, cotton, wheat and soybeans and asked “to find out” the truth behind this new law.

“We cannot overlook the fact that the current government in Bolivia is issuing a decree on transgenes and we need to find out what the truth behind this decree is. A Narcojet has recently appeared what is the truth behind this drug trafficking action.” asked during his sermon what the Bolivian portal Primera Línea Noticias repeated.

The Bolivian church accuses Áñez of being “too” concerned about “bringing their people to public institutions”.
The Bolivian church accuses Áñez of being “too” concerned about “bringing their people to public institutions”.

“The government cannot remain silent, it must explain to the Bolivians what is happening. A transitional government that is too concerned with bringing its people to public institutions is not a transitional government,” he added.

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