Bolivian Health Minister Gabriella Montagno condemned this Sunday terrorist attacks against authorities of the Movement for Socialism (MAC) by hit men who enter politicians' homes, beat their relatives and burn their homes.
actions against the Interior Ministry authorities, entering their homes, beating their families and burning their homes to force them to resign. They are acts performed by hitmakers. Mesa and Camacho (Carlos Mesa and Luis Fernando Camacho, opposition leaders) no one will forget these actions in a new election, "said the minister on social network Twitter.
Montagno holds the Bolivian opposition responsible for terrorist acts.
" Any violence unlocked in Potosi, Oruro and other agencies by terrorist acts and homicides is the responsibility of the opposition, "said the Minister of Health.
In this connection, he condemned that violent opposition groups use the family against MAS authorities, for
"Those who give up do it for their families. It's harmlessness," he said on Twitter.
Earlier, several Morales administration officials decided to file charges for attacks on them, and their relatives, including Bolivian Cesar Navaro, Mining Minister of Hydrocarbons, Luis Alberto Sanchez, President of the Chamber of Deputies Victor Borda and lawmakers David Ramos, Ruben Medinacelli and Maria Simoni.
Similarly, Sports Minister Tito Montagno and Cochabamba Governor Ivan Canelas resigned.
In view of these actions, Montagno confirmed that opposition acts of violence were clear evidence of a coup.
"The exposure of civilians to armed police officers shows full information about what Camacho and Mesa are. This is a coup! The opposition wants to cover the country with blood, "he said.
Earlier, Bolivian President Evo Morales announced the renewal of the TSE and called for a new general election for the country's peace; Following the announcement of the OAS report, they recommended repeating the general election of 20 October last year, as it was not possible to give certainty to the final calculation on the basis of the TREP.