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Bolivian Catholic Church proposes national summit over judicial reform

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On August 25, the president of the Bolivian Episcopal Conference (CEB), Monsignor Ricardo Centellas, proposed a national summit to enable a judicial reform. The Catholic Church - offered the prelate - may accompany the process of a change in the judicial system, were it to occur.

According to the prelate, the election of judicial authorities in the country by popular vote did not bring about a positive change: "over the years we have realized that this doesn't work, because justice hasn't changed," Bishop Centellas said.

"Therefore, other alternatives must be explored so that a completely independent . . .

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