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She suffers from a urinary infection that can be treated by physicians at the Miraflores Women's Penitentiary Center where she is held captive.
Bolivia's General Directorate of Penitentiary Regime informed Wednesday that Jeanine Añez, the leader of the 2019 coup d'etat, refused to receive medical attention in the prison where she attends trial for sedition, terrorism, and other criminal charges.
The medical report stated that Añez has a urinary infection that must be treated by specialists. She is also at risk of food intoxication.
Penitentiary Regime Director Juan Limpias indicated that her current health problems can be treated by physicians at the Miraflores Women's Penitentiary Center where she is being held.
"Given the clinical exam, doctors recommend an antibiotic treatment, a procedure that can be carried out without difficulties in the environment where she is currently held captive," he said.
Almagro responsible for the massacres in Bolivia and the coup. What a shame to see that Almagro has chosen money and power to massacre Latino Amercia.#Haiti will be free from the French, English and Yankee yoke managed by Almagro. pic.twitter.com/Lb4NTpLpZz