MAS leader mentioned the threat made by Juntos and Creemos political parties about filing a lawsuit to the Supreme Electoral Court (TSE) to disqualify Luis Arce over an alleged violation of electoral laws.
“Once again, right-wing tries to outlaw MAS by inventing an infraction for commenting on polls data. However, Juntos’ vice-presidential candidate Samuel Doria Medina commented and published polls twice and everyone is silent," Morales wrote on his Tweeter account.
Arce allegedly released an opinion poll on the presidential race, outside the time frame allowed by the rules. He is currently leading the polls to the elections, which will take place next September 6.
ALERT: Blatant political persecution as Luis Arce the MAS party candidate for President is presented with a subpoena upon his arrival to Bolivia. His appearance in court—on false charges—is required, otherwise he'll be arrested. The coup regime intends to block his candidacy. pic.twitter.com/dzV49ZZijT