The summoned citizens have a civic duty to co-operate with the investigation, and there is a civic and moral obligation to the victims of the Sahaba, Sengatta and others to find out what scenes were presented at the event.
In Bolivia, Edwin Quispe, secretary of the state attorney general’s office, said that Ricardo Boss Bolivian, Jose Antonio, would be summoned in the framework of the Ministry of Public Works’ investigation into the so-called “conspiracy” case. Guerrero, Luis Vasquez Villamore, Georges Justiniano Adale and Roberto Moscoso will soon testify as witnesses to events recorded in Bolivia in November 2019.
Quizpe said the summoned citizens have a civic duty to co-operate with the investigation and that there is a civic and moral obligation to the victims of the chakaba, sengatta and others to find out what scenes were presented at the event.
Those summoned to testify by the Public Ministry were political advisers such as Ricardo Boss Bolivian, the former campaign manager of the Civil Society (CC); Jose Antonio Guerrero, former national political coordinator of the CC, Luis Vazquez Villamore, who is an adviser to Jorge Guerrero Ramores; Luis Fernando Camacho, adviser to the former Grimos candidate, and Roberto Moscoso, adviser to former National Unity (UN) candidate Samuel Toria Medina, and Jercஸ்s Justiniano Adale.
Quispe pointed out that an informed report had already been obtained from former legislator Susanna Rivero and former Senate Adriana Salvatore, who provided various elements to the “conspiracy”.
Salvathiera: A conspiracy took place
The former president of the Senate has backed the study of a conspiracy that allegedly took place in the Andean nation after the 2019 elections, and has insisted that Jeanine Ease illegally accepted the presidency.
In his voluntary statement before the prosecutor’s office, Salvatore presented a “set of documents” in which he “credibly establishes” that a coup had taken place in Bolivia, which “acted” in a “fake session” of the legislature that led to the “illegal” acceptance of the presidency. .
“I believe that the people of Bolivia deserve to know the truth., According to the Bolivian newspaper ‘Las Timepost’, guarded at its entrance to the Ministry of Public Works.