Bolivia: Áñez urges Bolivians not to fall for Arce government’s “provocations”

Bolivia's interim president during the 2019 political crisis Jeanine Áñez urged Bolivians not to fall for the "provocations" of Luis Arce's government.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Former interim president Áñez, whose defense counsel has in recent weeks been trying to secure an injunction to release her from prison due to her poor health condition, has accused president Arce's government of "polarizing" and dividing Bolivian society.

"The polarization encouraged by the Arce Government in the country is escalating, causing division among Bolivians, among regions. Let's not fall for the provocations that divide us," Áñez tweeted.

Áñez's statements come a week after the Penitentiary Regime of La Paz punished her with 3 days without visits for not attending a virtual hearing . . .

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