Bolivian Court rejected Áñez's precautionary measure

The Departmental Court of Justice (TDJ) in Bolivia declared inadmissible the appeal filed by the lawyers of Jeanine Áñez and two de facto former ministers to be processed in freedom.

The First Criminal Chamber of the Court declared inadmissible the appeal presented by the accused, on the arrest warrant it was not duly substantiated, for which the lawyers Ariel Coronado and Armando Mejía requested that they continue the criminal process at liberty.

The denial of the request implies that Áñez will remain six months in the Miraflores Women's Orientation Center (COF), while the two former ministers will comply with their respective precautionary measure in the San Pedro prison, in La Paz, while the criminal process is taking place. for terrorism and conspiracy charges. / RT.

 

SPONSORED LINKS

				
					<div class="fb-comments" data-href="<?php the_permalink(); ?>" data-width="100%" data-numposts="5">&nbsp;</div>
				
			
WP Twitter Auto Publish Powered By: XYZScripts.com