RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The former interim president of Bolivia Jeanine Añez completed Sunday three months of imprisonment for the case called "coup d'état", just on the same day of her birthday in which she asserted that she is a "trophy" of the Bolivian government.
"The MAS (the ruling Movement Towards Socialism) has decided that the trophy of revenge will continue to be detained in prison, and here I am, serving years and 90 days as a political prisoner," said the former president in a manuscript that was published in her social networks, administered by her relatives.
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