Bolivia: Áñez’s daughter denounces that her mother was assaulted in prison by a policewoman

She explained that the event happened on Wednesday afternoon and that a lieutenant named Durán entered her cell telling Áñez that she had to obey and that she had to sign that note, the contents of which are unknown.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Carolina Ribera, daughter of the former interim president of Bolivia Jeanine Áñez, denounced this Wednesday that her mother "was assaulted and beaten" by a policewoman and that she fears for the safety of the former president, who is in preventive detention in prison in La Paz.

"They entered my mother's cell and wanted to make her sign a note; they wanted to force her, but she refused to sign," Ribera told Efe.

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She explained . . .

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