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Former Bolivian President Jeanine ez has been sentenced to 10 years in prison this Friday after being found guilty of violating unconstitutional duties and resolutions within the framework of the coup that the former president experienced. Evo Morales in November 2019.
In this way, the first trial against Anes, who has been under house arrest since last year, is over, and he faces other judicial proceedings for crimes against humanity.
As it was scheduled to start on February 10, the process was carried out after a series of delays, but it was halted in many cases due to technical issues, it was carried out remotely due to infection and due to continuous challenges. Annes’ lawyers.
Finally, amid heavy anticipation, the trial was able to begin on June 6 with permanent protests at the court gates.
Ez tried to suspend investigations all the way, especially due to health issues. She went on a hunger strike, fell ill and was taken to hospital, where she later suffered from depression, back pain and panic attacks.
With his lawyers, he insisted that the investigation was illegal and that he was only responding to the current government’s “retaliatory” action. In his statement, he declared his innocence, apologized for “mistakes he had made” and promised to run for president to “pacify the country.” In addition, he defined himself as a “political prisoner.”
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