Borel was asked to resolve the charges against ez without politics within the judiciary
High Representative of the European Union (EU) for Foreign Policy Joseph Borrell today asked current Bolivian officials that charges against former interim President Jeanine ez and several of his former ministers have been withheld for the 2019 events.
In a message from your account on the social network Twitter, Borel insists that he is aware of the events in that country and that “the charges for the 2019 events must be resolved within the framework of transparent justice, respecting the independence of the powers that be, without political pressure.”.
“Dialogue and reconciliation are very important. EU will continue to support Bolivia ” Ends the tweet of the High Representative of the European Union.
His words were made public when it was learned that former Bolivian interim leader Jeanine Áñez (2019-2020) had addressed letters to the Organization of American States (OAS) and representatives of the European Union (EU) in Bolivia on Saturday. He demanded the presence of a surveillance mission to “objectively assess” his detention.
The letters were delivered by OAS Secretary-General Louis Almacro and EU Ambassador to Bolivia Michael Taxi, one of which he condemned. “Systematic human rights violations by the worst political persecution in Bolivia”.
The former interim president of Bolivia and several of his former ministers were arrested yesterday morning in Beni’s Amazon field and charged with “treason and terrorism” during the 2019 crisis, which led to the resignation of Evo Morales as president.
Former Bolivian President Jeanine Áñez was detained on Saturday in connection with a plot to assassinate former President Evo Morales in 2019, and called on the OAS and the European Union to closely monitor his arrest.
கைதுez, who was arrested in Trinidad, the capital of Beni’s Amazon Department, 600 kilometers northwest of La Paz, arrived at El Alto Airport, which serves the capital, along with Minister (Interior) Carlos Eduardo del Castillo, and the police chief.
From a police station in La Paz, he sent letters to the European Union (EU) and the Organization of the United States (OAS) to send observer missions to pursue the case in his country.
Purpose It said, “Assess in an objective and impartial manner that my person and my two former ministers are victims of illegal fear, Friday and early this Saturday”. Ez wrote in a letter AFP Got a copy.
(With information from EFE and AFP)