“No one can file a lawsuit for unproven facts, no one can be sued for acts they have not committed,” Karen Longaric told journalists in La Paz.
Mexico has accused Bolivia of intimidating its diplomats in La Paz after a chill in relations since Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador last month gave political asylum to former Bolivian president Evo Morales.
Tuesday marks the 71st anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Many believe the recent ousting of Bolivian President Evo Morales is a consequence of his tight controls over the country's lithium resources.
The former Bolivian president is credited with lifting many out of poverty and for spurring economic growth, but some in the indigenous community believe his legacy is not as rose-tinted as is portrayed.
The South American nation remains deeply divided between those who see ousted President Evo Morales as a champion of the indigenous and downtrodden, and those who see him as an autocrat in the making.
The interim government has appointed a US ambassador for the first time in 11 years, and has recognised Venezuela’s President Maduro’s challenger Juan Guaido.
The measure forbids the reelection of anyone who has served the last two terms consecutively as president, effectively ruling out ousted President Evo Morales.
Bolivia's Interior Minister Arturo Murillo said the charges are based on audio in which, from Mexico, Morales allegedly directed plans for road blockades in Bolivia to destabilise the interim government.
Evo Morales resigned on November 10 after a disputed election in October and sought asylum in Mexico.
The Bolivian army killed eight Morales supporters on Tuesday, deepening the conflict between the indigenous population and the country’s mainly European descended elite.
The announcement comes after the number of people killed in clashes with security forces at a fuel plant near La Paz on Tuesday rose to eight.
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