Bolivia’s State Department said on Friday that the decision by the U.S. Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) to deny former interim President Jenn Cz’s’ precautionary measures had put her in custody, showing her life was “never in prison.
Bolivian Foreign Minister Rogelio Motta told a news conference that he had received official information from the IACHR that he had “rejected” a request by the former president and his daughter, Carolina Ribeira, to take precautionary measures.
“From this note, one thing is clear: genetically engineered cheese is not at risk, at least not due to any conduct related to the detention carried out by state officials,” Mehta said.
He went on to point out that the Fluorescent State “always guarantees health and well-being.”
Metta argued that the entire “company” had acted “in accordance with international standards” and that this assessment “shatters” all counter-arguments.
The Chancellor noted that these measures were “probably aimed at creating a certain climate of political order.”
The minister pointed out that Zez and his daughter could again call for precautionary measures before the IACHR and that the government would be ready to answer questions.
The IACHR note, addressed to the Bolivian Foreign Minister, stated that after taking into account the information received from both sides, that is, after taking into account the security of the IS and the Bolivian government, “the request for precautionary measures has been duly closed.”
“The Commission considers it important that the government continue to guarantee decent detention conditions in accordance with minimum US-standards in this matter,” the statement, which was circulated on social media and read by the Secretary of State, reads.
Adequate physical and psychiatric treatment should be provided in that letter, both inside and outside the prison, to ensure consensus among Cess’s trusted physicians and the permanent support of their relatives.
For its part, zez’s defense describes the IACHR’s decision as an “ambiguous” response because it does not provide this action, but it does not deny it, according to the newspaper Página Siete.
He was jailed for more than half a year within a process initiated against him on the orders of the Bolivian government, which charged him with crimes such as conspiracy, terrorism and treason due to the 2019 conspiracy.