Daily Mail: Bolivia's former interim president Jeanine Áñez is arrested for SEDITION after left-wing government regains power and probes officials behind 2019 'coup' against socialist leader Evo Morales
* Jeanine Áñez was detained early on Saturday morning in hometown of Trinidad * She was flown to the capital, La Paz, where she gave statement to prosecutors * Áñez was taken to a jailhouse in a local police station charged with 'sedition' * She called on EU, Organization of American States to probe 'illegal detention' * Arrest warrants have also been issued for others involved in 2019 'coup' * Left-wing government investigating those behind ouster of Evo Morales in 2019 * Two ministers in Áñez's government were also arrested by police on Friday * Alvaro Coimbra, who helped prosecute Morales aides, was among detained
The conservative interim president who led Bolivia for a year was arrested on Saturday as officials of the restored leftist government pursue those involved in the 2019 ouster of socialist leader Evo Morales, which they regard as a coup, and the administration that followed.
Jeanine Áñez was detained in the early morning in her hometown of Trinidad and was flown to the capital, La Paz, where she appeared before a prosecutor.
'This is an abuse,' she told reporters after the appearance.
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WNU Editor: It looks like the Bolivian government is going to put the entire opposition leadership behind bars.
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