In a statement, Bolivian MOJ said that some members of the right-wing parties Creemos (We Believe) in English, and Comunidad Ciudadana (Citizenship Community) have made an appeal for ‘releasing’ the vaccine-purchasing process, which is incoherent, unsustainable and lacks foundation.
In this regard, MOJ added that the 48-page statement contains no single objective, real and verifiable justification of any violation or attack on a constitutional right or guarantee.
MOJ assured that opposition’s statement is summarized as a copy and transcription of paragraphs of constitutional sentences chosen and classified from a cut-and-paste Google search process.
‘It is a euphemism to incorporate private companies into such a process, an extreme that can lead to commercialization of free and voluntary inoculation,’ the statement said.
According to MOJ, what the right-wing parties want is to divert attention from revelations related to the coup d’état by the de facto Jeanine Áñez government of.
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