Former President Mesa assures that there is “procedural fraud” in the ruling against Jeanine Áñez in Bolivia

Given the conviction of former president Jeanine Áñez, another former Bolivian president, Carlos Mesa, criticized the process and pointed out that it was a fiasco and a fraud for the country.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The former president of Bolivia, Carlos Mesa, considered this Sunday that the 10-year prison sentence against the former interim president Jeanine Áñez is a "great procedural fraud" that violated the rule of law and accused the Justice and the Public Ministry of acting "under the orders” of the Bolivian ruling party.

In a video broadcast on his social networks, Mesa (2003-2005) maintained that last June 10 "will be remembered as an infamous day" in which "a great procedural fraud" was committed by sentencing Áñez to 10 years in prison "for a crime that did . . .

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