The Prosecutor’s office of Bolivia has charged the former President of the country Evo Morales charged with terrorism, reported the press service of the Ministry on 6 July.
According to the materials of the case, in November 2019, when in Bolivia continued anti-government protests, Morales was assigned to the Coca producer Faustino UCRE “to commit illegal actions”, in particular, agreed with him, the road blockade and the food blockade of the cities.
In Prosecutor’s office reported that there are several audio recordings of conversations that allegedly led Morales with Ukrai. Examination confirmed that the voice on the audio recordings “with high probability” belongs to the former President.
The Agency has requested the detention policy.
The transitional government of Bolivia for the first time Morales has accused of terrorism in November 2019. The newspaper El Tribuno noted that the presentation of policy charges – in fact, the first significant step in the proceedings against him over the past six months.
Morales has called the allegations against him are “harassment by the de facto government.”
“Democracy and the rule of law will soon return to Bolivia”, – wrote he is on Twitter.
De manera ilegal e inconstitucional, la Fiscalía de La Paz imputarme pretende por terrorismo con un audio increased sexual appetite y sin ser notificado una prueba más sistemática de la persecución política del gobierno de facto. Pronto volverá la democracia y el Estado de Derecho a #Bolivia.
— Evo Morales Ayma (@evoespueblo) July 6, 2020