Evo says that the ICC's decision "is a victory of truth over falsehood" and the MAS will prosecute the former prosecutor

Evo says that the ICC’s decision “is a victory of truth over falsehood” and the MAS will prosecute the former prosecutor

The former president and head of the Movement Towards Socialism (MAS), Evo Morales, considered that the decision of the International Criminal Court (ICC), of rule out an investigation against him for blocking social organizations in 2020“is a victory of truth over falsehood.”

Through his Twitter account, the coca grower leader stressed that the international judicial instance refused to investigate “the false accusations of the coup right that wanted to blame us for the deaths of Bolivian brothers”.

“The 69-page conclusive investigation, prepared by prosecutor Karim AA Khan QC, has established that there is no cause and effect relationship between the August 2020 roadblocks and deaths of sisters and brothers from Covid-19. Another lie collapses,” she posted.

Yesterday it was learned that this instance resolved that the complaint filed in 2020 by the then Attorney General of the State, José María Cabrera, of the government of Jeanine Áñez, “does not present constitutive contextual elements of crimes against humanity”.

Morales tweet:

This Tuesday, Senator Leonardo Loza announced that will file a criminal complaint against the former authority, for libel and slanderemphasizing that the truth prevailed and the leaders of social organizations related to MAS cannot be falsely accused.

“For defending the poorest, nationalizing natural resources and defending the sovereignty of Bolivia, they persecute, accuse and defame us without evidence to eliminate us politically. But the truth always comes out. Together with our people, we work and march free and dignified”, added Eva.

Loza’s statements:

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