RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "Justice subjected to power. The 2nd Criminal Chamber of the Court of La Paz denied the ex-President's right to a trial of accountability [impeachment] and maintains her detention with no crime. Outrageous," reads a message posted on the former interim president's social media accounts managed by her relatives.
"I denounce before Bolivia and the international community that I am a victim of procedural and political violence," the post adds.
Áñez has been in prison for half a year as part of a lawsuit brought against her at the behest of the government, which . . .