In Bolivia, human rights and individual basic freedoms are violated by the government with laws and judges subservient to the regime. There is no Rule of Law. There is rampant institutionalized electoral fraud. There is no separation or independence of the branches of government. There is no free political organization because it is a country with politically persecuted and exiled. Añez’s arrest is the most recent proof of all of this, it is proof that Bolivia is subjected by a renewed Castrochavist dictatorship.
To falsely attribute heinous crimes to opposing politicians, leaders and citizens whom the regime wants to muzzle or destroy and to use “despicable judges” to trial, jail, compel them to exile, liquidate their finances and assassinate their reputation is an old and shadowy dictatorial trick that the Castro Chavez Alliance sustainably uses in its 21st Century Socialism.
They have endured this for over 60 years in Cuba where today the young artists from San Isidro are the most recent victims. They endure this in Venezuela where there are over 360 political prisoners who are tortured and have their human rights violated by judicial proceedings. Hundreds of political prisoners and thousands of exiled persecuted in Nicaragua, endure this. Ecuadoreans endured this under the Correa regime with trials based on a Gag Law, jailing, seizures, judicial proceedings declared to violate human rights, even by the United Nations.
Evo Morales applied this system in Bolivia since the October 2003 Coup d’état to attribute his crimes to his victims and with all international Castrochavism to persecute President Sanchez de Lozada, his ministerial cabinet, and the military’s high command. He used this to supplant the Constitution and the Republic and impose his Plurinational State with a rigged constitution that is in force today, massacring, and judicially trying his victims, jailing for over a decade the Governor of Pando, persecuting and exiling the Governors of Tarija and Cochabamba, trying the Governors of Chuquisaca and Beni, and persecuting thousands more. In his 14-year dictatorship, Morales organized a subordinated and repressive Judicial Branch to which he endowed with “despicable laws” instituting the “judicialized repression”.
When Evo Morales resigned and fled from Bolivia in November of 2019 to avoid being held accountable for the crimes of fraud, counterfeiting, organized crime, assassinations, extortion, narcotics’ trafficking, and dozens more including corruption of minors and pedophilia -using the same dictatorship’s constitution- a constitutional succession process was activated with the mandate to take Bolivia through a “transitional” process to “free and fair elections” and Senator Janine Añez by virtue of her position in the Senate was named Interim President.
Evo Morales’ departure from power was the result of his crimes and of a popular act of “civil resistance”. Añez’s presidency was fortuitous because she was a Senator on the eve of her retirement who had not been part of any of the popular protests. Evo Morales ordered -as evidenced by recorded proof- to repeat the crimes perpetrated in October of 2003 in the areas of Senkata and Sacaba and again produced large-scale massacres that he attributed to the interim government who, under pressure and duress, accepted the “pacification” to negotiate with the criminals and grant greater impunity to Morales and his accomplices.
Jeanine Añez’s interim government was best characterized by the concept “THE DICTATOR LEFT BUT NOT THE DICTATORSHIP”. Unexplainably, Añez kept in force the dictatorial constitution, refusing to carry-out her obligation to acknowledge with a “presidential decree” the existence of the Republic, retaining the dictatorship’s constitutional infrastructure she kept the dictatorship’s Legislative and Judicial branches with whom she co-governed. She applied all the dictatorship’s laws and along with that -in the midst of the pandemic- her government was corrupted. She did not do anything that would have allowed those exiled to return and to restore the legal “due process”. The government that was supposed to be of transition turned out to be one of “dictatorial continuity”. Thus, they got to the gargantuan electoral fraud of October of 2020 -Añez even congratulated the winner- returning total power to the dictatorship.
This is how Evo Morales returned to Bolivia and within a few days of his return his “despicable judges” exonerated him of any charges thereby consecrating his impunity. Morales acts as “dictator-in-chief” and the dictatorial system has been strengthened in its management of power but is despised by Bolivian people. It needs to institute the lie about “the Coup d’état of 2019” to personally retake the government and therefore has broken agreements and now persecutes those who allowed his dictatorship to survive and his return with impunity to occur.