Janine Anez: Former President of Bolivia sentenced to 10 years in prison

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Former Bolivian President Jeanine Anez was sentenced Friday to 10 years in prison after being convicted of the crimes of “breach of duties” and “decisions unconstitutional”.

The offenses were committed when he took over the interim presidency of Bolivia in 2019, after the military forced him to resign. Evo MoralesIn an event that the ruling party considered a “coup”.

The 54-year-old lawyer was tried without any immunity.

“The evidence presented and presented in court was sufficient to generate a full conviction in court for their participation and criminal responsibility in the above-mentioned crimes, and to sentence them (Anez and other former officials) to 10 years in prison,” he said. Judge German Ramos, according to Effie Agency.

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