Jeanine Áñez denounced that two months since her arrest “not a single piece of evidence was presented” against her

The ex-president of Bolivia stated that all she did was fulfill her constitutional duty: "I am a political prisoner, that is the only truth," she said.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Ex-president of Bolivia Jeanine Áñez denounced that two months after she was placed in preventive detention "not a single piece of evidence" has been submitted to sustain the accusations against her.

"More than two months have passed since my preventive detention was ordered. Since that time, the prosecutors have not submitted a single piece of evidence linking me to the alleged crimes of conspiracy, sedition and terrorism," she said on Twitter.

The post, published by her account administrator, emphasizes that "they will never" be able to link her to the accusations. "The only thing I . . .

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