MAS denies alleged revenge against soldiers in Bolivia
La Paz, Oct 14 (Prensa Latina) Bolivia's de facto Government instills fear of an alleged revenge by the Movement Towards Socialism (MAS) among the soldiers, according to presidential candidate Luis Arce.
Arce addressed the issue during a massive rally held in the eastern city of Santa Cruz, four days before the general elections next Sunday.
He revealed that some soldiers and law enforcement officers reported that senior leaders told them MAS is returning to the government and is going to take revenge with troops due to the military coup in November 2019, forcing President Evo Morales to resign.
Arce called upon the 'police and soldiers not to be afraid, because they are our brothers,' they are Quechua, they are Guarani, they are people and we will never close the door to our people.'
'In high police and Armed Forces circles they have been told that whether MAS wins, we will take revenge with them and that we will erase these institutions,' he said, accusing commanders of lying to the police and young soldiers.
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