The accusations refer to an "unconstitutional" loan requested to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), violations of freedom of expression during the COVID-19 quarantine, and human rights violations against Bolivians stranded abroad last year.
Añez plotted with ex-Economy Minister Jose Parada and Bolivia's Central Bank President Guillermo Aponte to access the IMF loans without the Parliament's endorsement.
Besides using the Supreme Decree 4200 to criminalize dissidents and halt freedoms of expression during the 2020 quarantine, her administration prevented citizens from returning to the country from Chile, where they endured "inhumane conditions."
The US has never held itself accountable for its Indian massacres. Bolivia is attempting to do so by bringing its highest ranking golpistas to court. We talk quite a bit about Indigenous justice here in the North. Rarely do we ever see it. https://t.co/M7wifadRzn