One year after kidnap, family of Paraguay’s former vice-president does not give up hope

Former vice-president of Paraguay Óscar Denis was kidnapped over 365 days ago. His family does not know his whereabouts and the conditions in which he has been held captive by the EPP guerrilla group.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On September 9, 2020, armed men took Óscar Denis Sánchez, who served as vice-president of Paraguay between 2012 and 2013. His vehicle was found near his home in the northeast of the country, with flyers of the Marxist ideology paramilitary organization Paraguayan People's Army (EPP).

This is a painful memory for the victim's eldest daughter Beatriz Denis.

"It has been a year since the worst nightmare of our lives, the kidnapping of our father, and to date there is no progress, no information, no clue as to where our father is and . . .

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