OAS rejects Argentina’s allegations of involvement in alleged coup in Bolivia

Argentine Foreign Minister Felipe Solá described OAS Secretary General Luis Almagro as "absolutely immoral" and blamed him for the removal of Evo Morales from power following the 2019 elections.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Amid controversy over the arrests of Jeanine Áñez and 5 of her ministers, the Organization of American States (OAS) on Monday, March 15th, rejected Argentina's allegations of having been involved in an alleged coup against ex-president Evo Morales.

"Since the OAS was the only multilateral organization to argue that the ex-president's constitutional mandate should be respected and that all institutions should act in accordance with the Constitution, the utter untruth of any accusation against the Organization of having been involved in a coup is clear," the international body said in a statement . . .

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