IACHR asserts that Bolivia “safeguards” Áñez’s health as it rejects her request for precautionary measures

Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) Executive Secretary Tania Reneaum has assured that the Bolivian State is "safeguarding" the health of ex-president Jeanine Áñez after rejecting her request for precautionary measures.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The ex-president, currently in pre-trial detention, requested precautionary measures from the international body in search of "protection" and to prevent "suffering irreparable harm," after repeatedly denouncing the violation of her rights, threats, and attacks against her life and personal integrity, and the lack of access to "adequate" medical care.

Reneaum assured that Bolivia has provided the IACHR with "sufficient information to be able to determine that it was safeguarding her health, several elements related to her health, as this was the key element of the precautionary measure, considering that before her request she had . . .

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