PP and Vox ask for explanations to the Government about the incident at the Embassy of Mexico in Bolivia

Popular Party (PP) and Vox have announced this Saturday that they will ask explanations of the Government in the Congress of Deputies about the incident that, a

PP and Vox ask for explanations to the Government about the incident at the Embassy of Mexico in Bolivia

Popular Party (PP) and Vox have announced this Saturday that they will ask explanations of the Government in the Congress of Deputies about the incident that, according to the complaint Bolivia, fought the officials of the Spanish Embassy with police guarding a embassy of Mexico in La Paz.

The deputy secretary-Participation of the PP, Jaime Olano, has claimed, in statements to the media that his party will request the attendance of the minister of Foreign Affairs, Margarita Robles, to the news about the incident that would be involved in "some diplomats in spain".

Olano has said that they know few details about what happened and that his party believed that the spaniards must know "what it does for your body diplomat in any country in the world".

Meanwhile, the leader of Vox, Santiago Abascal has written a message on Twitter in which he has qualified this matter of "very serious". "Pending further details, everything indicates that Zapatero has got us already in the Forum of Sao Paulo", he commented.

And wondered if the embassy of Spain sought help to flee to murderers and drug traffickers accomplices of the (Evo) Morales" in a tweet which concludes with the announcement that his party will demand answers in Parliament.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has sent an official to investigate the complaint of Bolivia against the Spanish Embassy, who is accused of having committed "violations" of its sovereignty.

According to the minister of Foreign Affairs, acting Bolivia, Karen Longaric, the incident was provoked by officials of the Spanish Embassy which came accompanied by individuals "with the face covered" and "presumably armed" to the residence of the ambassador of Mexico in Bolivia.

The residence it is believed that is home to about a dozen people isolated to the interim Government of Bolivia accused before the Justice of various crimes, such as terrorism. Among these are several former ministers of the stage of Evo Morales.

In turn, the Government of Mexico, for its part, reported that police bolivians who remain guarded the diplomatic offices mexican in The Peace blocked the departure of diplomats spaniards who were in the residence of the ambassador.

Bolivia and Mexico maintain a constant diplomatic tension since Evo Morales was welcomed in the north american country after surrendering power last November and denounce a coup to overthrow him.

Updated Date: 28 December 2019, 16:00

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