Report on Bolivian coup plotters massacre sent to UN

(Prensa Latina) Bolivian courts on Wednesday sent to UN a report on Senkata and Sacaba massacres of November 2019 after the coup against President Evo Morales.

State Attorney General’s Office sent to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights a document explaining that the de facto government repression caused 37 deaths, 119 injuries and 270 detainees.

The statement revealed that during the de facto president Jeanine Áñez administration, ‘serious human rights violations happened through repression of joint operations between the law enforcement and the military.

The Attorney General’s Office added that in the current government public servants serve the population and do not use it.

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