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Bolivian ex-president says she is a political prisoner

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Bolivia's former president, Jeanine Áñez, reiterated her criticism of the Bolivian government in a letter, denouncing being a political prisoner for her struggle in an "almost medieval and totalitarian" era of the country and other South American nations.

"What is happening in Bolivia is an almost medieval and totalitarian era that is repeated in Nicaragua, Cuba, Venezuela, and other places in the world, where there are political prisoners. Among them, great women, defenders of freedom and democracy, brave young people too, who are fighting from their terrible and unjust confinement for the rights these regimes . . .

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