Rejection on persecution against Bolivia's former Foreign Minister
La Paz, Sep 16 (Prensa Latina) Bolivia's Senate President Eva Copa on Wednesday strongly rejected persecution against former Foreign Minister Diego Pary by the de facto government.
On Twitter, the senator warned that authorities, weeks before elections, are afresh activating the political persecution with fallacious and unfounded indictments.
Diego Pary assured that the Government of Jeanine Añez is intending to intimidate him with proceedings against him, which he considered as a maneuver aimed at subtracting the overwhelming vote from abroad for The Movement to Socialism-Political Instrument for the Sovereignty of the Peoples (MAS -IPSP).
Karen Longaric, foreign minister of the de facto regime, on Monday reported that she will file a criminal complaint against her predecessor Diego Pary and former adviser Ruben Saavedra 'for damage to the State after acquiring a property in Buenos Aires, Argentina.'
Former President Evo Morales (2006-2019), refugee in Argentina, denounced the political persecution goes on.
'Our former Foreign Minister Diego Pary and former Minister of Defense Ruben Saavedra are now illegally accused. We express our solidarity and support. They will not fulfill their purpose of reducing the support of the Bolivian community for our process of change,' Evo Morales said.
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