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De facto regime in Bolivia caused damage to media

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De facto regime in Bolivia caused damage to media

La Paz, Nov 3 (Prensa Latina) The de facto administration of Jeanine Añez in Bolivia brought about substantial economic losses to state-owned media, Deputy Minister of Communication, Gabriela Alcon, reported on Wednesday.
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She explained that damage caused to media outlets such as Bolivia Tv, radio Patria Nueva and the National Network of Indigenous and Native Peoples (RPO) amounts to 8,965,988 bolivianos (1,280,855 dollars).

At a press conference, the official said that, between November 2019 and October 2020, the losses were due to the forced suspension of broadcasts of the state channel, damage to radio equipment and boosters, the discretionary management of staff and the dismantling and forced uninstalling of RPO’s equipment.

Alcon said that state-owned media also hired staff that did not meet the requirements enshrined in the Political Constitution of the State and other regulations.

Furthermore, the de facto regime used the premises of Bolivia Tv Cochabamba as a deposit of Cochala Youth Resistance shields and other things.

She said these facts were revealed by a documentary investigation carried out by legal and administrative personnel of the Deputy Ministry of Communication.

She highlighted that the officials that caused economic damage to state media committed the crimes of anti-economic behavior, attempts against the security of public services, non-compliance of duties and failure to report, among others.

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