Bolivia: Healing the Pandemic of Impunity: 20 human rights recommendations for candidates in the 2020 presidential elections in Bolivia
Since the elections of 20 October 2019, Bolivia has been undergoing a grave social, political and human rights crisis. During this crisis, there have been reports of human rights violations and acts of violence exacerbated at different times by the intervention and actions of the security forces and currently by the COVID-19 pandemic. This document highlights some of the human rights concerns in the context of the post-election crisis that Amnesty International considers to be priorities and has monitored, without prejudice to the importance of other human rights issues still pending in Bolivia.
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