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"Ya no quiero vivir": Jeanine Áñez difunde un mensaje días después de intentar autolesionarse en la cárcel

‘I don’t want to live anymore’: Jeanine Anez posts a message days after she tried to self-harm in prison


25 before 2021 05:11 GMT

Last Saturday, Eduardo del Castillo, Minister of Government for the Andean country, announced that Nez had cut his arm, but confirmed that he was “perfectly stable” and had only “small scratches”.

The former de facto president of Bolivia, Jeanine Anez, issued a letter on Tuesday saying she “no longer wants to live”.

“I don’t want to live anymore. My kids need to earn a living. I don’t want more medicine, I don’t know what it is. I ask the wardens to please tell me what I am taking,” a post on his Twitter account reads.

In her post, the former president – imprisoned in the Miraflores women’s prison – asserted that she was “extremely weak” and “perpetually suffering”. She asserts that she “lives in a state of alert, anguish, and no relief” because she does not know what they will do to her: “If they drugged her, they poisoned her or moved her without known guidance.”

attempt to suicide?

Last Saturday, Mr. Eduardo del Castillo, Minister of Government of the Andean Country, ad that ñez tried to injure himself by wounding his arm, even though he explained that his health was “completely stable” and that he only had a few ‘little scratches’. He continued, “The corresponding medical studies have been conducted in various health institutions in La Paz province and all indicate that Ms. Anez has all the vital conditions for maintaining protective custody.”

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After attempting self-harm, the Bolivian prison system authorized who – which A relative can spend the night with the former de facto president In his cell, as well as the admission of a private clinical psychologist.

Similarly, Onez was taken on Tuesday to a clinic in the Bolivian capital, to undergo medical examinations.

Doctors who reviewed her three times last week diagnosed the former president with “high blood pressure” and “anxiety,” a picture exacerbated by an increase in malnutrition with weight loss.

Preparations for a possible escape plan?

Meanwhile, the Executive Committee of the Permanent Assembly of Human Rights of Bolivia (APDHB) denounce A supposed escape plan is being prepared this Tuesday to get Áñez out of the country.

That body warned that the escape would be orchestrated by various opposition leaders, including former presidents Carlos Mesa and Jorge Quiroga; Governor of Santa Cruz County, Luis Fernando Camacho; And Samuel DoriaActual former Vice President.

  • After his arrest last March, Anez was charged with war crimes Terror crimesSedition and conspiracy against the backdrop of the November 2019 events, which ended in the coup against Evo Morales.
  • Last week, the Bolivian Prosecutor’s Office Foot before the Supreme Court of Justice (TSJ) for a request to start a second trial against ñez for his responsibility in the Sacaba and Senkata massacres, Event On 15 and 19 November 2019 respectively