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Bolivia: Prosecution demands 10 years imprisonment for ex-president Jeanine Áñez

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Bolivian Prosecutor's Office has announced that, in the trial, it will request a ten-year prison sentence against the country's former President Jeanine Áñez for having "self-proclaimed" and assumed the Presidency in 2019.

Prosecutor Lupe Zabala has informed that Áñez is accused of the crimes of breach of duties and resolutions contrary to the Bolivian Constitution and laws in the framework of the 'Coup d'Etat II' case, which is the extension of the 'Coup d'Etat I' case.


According to the investigation, the former president took command of . . .

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