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    The Bolivian Interior Minister responds to the accusations of Evo Morales for the theft of his phone

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    The Bolivian Government Minister, Eduardo del Castillo, has come out this Tuesday of the accusations against him launched by former President Evo Morales after the theft of his mobile phone during a public act, assuring that there is no record of any complaint for these events.

    Morales denounced on Twitter on Monday the theft of his phone, which would have occurred at a rally of the Movement for Socialism (MAS) “which had the presence of the Minister of the Interior and his security.” “This is the first time something similar has happened to us in all these years of political activity. We would not want to think that it is part of a planned attack to harm us,” he said.

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    Already this Tuesday he has once again raised the specter of doubt about a possible “premeditated” attack, assuring that, in addition to his phone, two phones belonging to his communication assistant also disappeared in the same act.

    Del Castillo has explained to the media that he has requested reports from the Police and there is “no complaint for the theft of a cell phone at the end of the La Guardia campaign” in Santa Cruz. For this reason, he has said that he is waiting for the complainants “to go to the corresponding instances”, reports the newspaper ‘El Deber’.

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    Likewise, the minister has argued that “there is nothing to worry about”, alluding to the alleged innocuousness of the content of the mobile. “All of us know, personally, what content we have on our cell phones,” he said without going into details.

    Source: Europa Press


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