The government of the president of Argentina, Alberto Fernández, denounced in court on Monday, 12, the former president Mauricio Macri (2015-2019) and almost a dozen management employees We change by sending “repressive material” to Bolivia in November 2019, informs the state agency Télam.
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The episode occurred, according to the agency, when the president Evo Morales, who had been in power since 2019, was forced to resign amid violent protests, in which the Argentine agency qualifies as a “coup d’état”.
The current administration accuses Macri and his officials of illegally sending weapons and ammunition to Bolivia, putting the material “at the disposal of the dictatorship that has just taken power in the neighboring country, headed by Jeanine Áñez.”
The court complaint says that quantities and destinations declared in different control instances, including the customs service, were tampered with in order to collaborate with the new regime in the neighboring country.
Fernández considered the suspicion “very serious” and said the complaint was necessary, according to the local press.
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