The bench of We Believe in the Plurinational Legislative Assembly (ALP) sent the Secretary General of the Organization of American States (OAS), Luis Almagro, a letter requesting a certification of conclusions of the 2019 Electoral Audit Reportcarried out by a team of International Experts dependent on the organization.
Another note was also sent to senators from the United States (USA) to warn “about the intentions of the Bolivian government of Luis Arce, through his ambassador to the Organization of American States, Héctor Arce, about persist with its false narrative that a supposed “coup d’état” took place in Bolivia.
The head of the bench, Centa Rek, explained that in the first of the letters a certification of the report’s conclusions is being requested “Analysis of Electoral Integrity, General Elections in the Plurinational State of Bolivia of October 20, 2019”, because, among other details, it is necessary to investigate, prosecute and punish those responsible for the electoral fraud of 2019, so that it does not go unpunished, as the current government intends.
“Having learned that Héctor Arce is generating a new attempt to change the narrative of what happened in our country in 2019, in the electoral fraud that was evidenced by the Organization of American States; knowing that he is making representations in the North American Parliament, especially in a wing of the Democrats. The parliamentarians of Creo are writing notes, first of all, to the OAS requesting a certification; On the other hand, we are addressing Senator Marco Rubio so that he may initiate actions before the Department of State (of the United States), which will be in charge of this study so that impartial investigations can be carried out,” he explained.
The letter from the assembly members of We Believe to the senators of the United States of America in outgoing parts indicates that seeks to alert “about the intentions of the Bolivian Government of Luis Arce, through his ambassador to the Organization of American States, Héctor Arce, about persist with its false narrative that a supposed ‘coup d’état’ took place in Bolivia in management 2019; on this occasion instrumentalizing the initiative of American congressmen who requested an investigation from the State Department into the 2019 general elections and the violation of human rights in Bolivia in the political crisis of that same administration.”