During her presence in the box of honor at the Oruro Governor's Office, several people whistled and insulted Añez. Shouts like "get out!" and "murderer!" were heard.
President Jeanine Añez was declared an illustrious guest and received the keys of that city as part of the commemoration for the 239 years of the liberation feat in that region.
"I feel honored to receive the keys of the city and the declaration of illustrious guest, thank you very much. I consider both awards a sincere tribute to the role I have as president at this time," said Añez, as quoted by the ABI agency.
Añez's candidacy for the presidency has been openly criticized by the same right-wing sectors that intervened in the coup against former President Evo Morales.
Her ambition for the presidency is substantial evidence of the strong disunity in the ranks of the Bolivian right-wing, where so far no alliance has been formed to face the popularity achieved by the Movimiento al Socialismo party (MAS)
Just three days ago, More evidence of the disunity on the right sector in Bolivia occurred when both Carlos Mesa and Luis Fernando Camacho accused Añez, for abusing her position to benefit her political ambitions.
Currently, the Movement to Socialism has the most robust support in terms of voting intentions with over 26 percent.