Argentina demands Añez responsibility for the detention of a deputy

At dawn this Saturday Argentina demanded for the life of the deputy for everyone's front, Federico Fagioli, the de facto self-proclaimed Government of Jeanine Añez, who was illegally detained in Bolivia after his bequest as an international observer of the presidential elections to be held tomorrow Sunday.

The Argentine Foreign Ministry published an audiovisual material on its Twitter account, where it is observed how the Bolivian migratory police uses the deputy, and people around the fact, denounce that they are taking it, among others, of a delegation of 4 more people - invited by the president of the Plurinational Legislative Assembly of Bolivia, Eva Copa; as observers of the elections.

Likewise, the Foreign Ministry is responsible for the health of the Argentine embassy official, Lucas De María, who had an asthma attack in the middle of the conflict.

It should be noted that the Government of Jeanine Añez has threatened not to allow alleged interference from Argentina, Venezuela or Cuba; at the cost of the multiple complaints that a new electoral fraud sponsored by the Organization of American States is being forged, in the face of the imminent rise of Luis Arce, candidate of the Movement to Socialism (MAS) who looks favored to achieve victory this Sunday, 18 of October.

For his part, the president, Alberto Fernández, emphasized that the deputies and senators, as well as the Director of Diplomacy of Parliament, Soledad Magno, "were mistreated when they arrived in La Paz to fulfill their duties as overseers," while holding the Bolivian de facto president, to preserve the integrity of the Argentine delegation.

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