Bolivia: Áñez’s family denounces her health deterioration, demands transfer to health clinic

Jeanine Áñez's daughter protested outside the Obrajes Women's Correctional Center in La Paz, where the ex-interim president is detained, claiming that her mother "is at risk of suffering an embolism."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Jeanine Áñez's family denounced that the ex-interim president of Bolivia's health has deteriorated and her blood pressure is "extremely high," and on Wednesday demanded that the authorities allow her to be urgently transferred to a clinic.

Carolina Ribera, Áñez's daughter, protested outside the Obrajes Women's Correctional Center in La Paz, where the ex-interim president is being held, that she "fears" for her mother's health, who "runs the risk of suffering an embolism."

"It is a government abuse (...) she has the right to health," complained Ribera, who confirmed that she . . .

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