Former Bolivian President Jenin Anes has been sentenced to 10 years in prison

பாez, 54, of Miraflores Women’s Prison, has been sentenced to more than a year in prison by the La Boss Court of First Instance, the Spanish news agency EFE reported.

The investigation was conducted mostly by video conference from prison as a preventive measure against the infection. Authorities later argued that the plane was “in danger”, despite security demands for the former officer to personally participate in the investigation.

Jeanine Annes, who was detained on March 13, 2021, was tried for acting as a senator before taking office as interim president on November 12, 2019. After the resignation of Evo Morales, he was accused of favoring the Bolivian leadership in an unconstitutional manner. Who has been at the forefront of the country’s destiny for 14 years.

Against the backdrop of strong social unrest, two days after he resigned, the prosecutor succeeded after Morales.

Opponents have accused Morales of rigging the October 2019 election in order to secure a fourth term in office until 2025.

“This is not an easy government because I had a government, but I never had the power, I had obstacles in the legislature, so this is an interim government,” Annes said during the hearing.

The former official also accused the court of failing to provide evidence to refute his ouster of the former president.

Jeanine Annes has declared that she has no ambition to run for president and that she has fulfilled her duty.

“I never sought power,” he said during the sessions, declaring that he would appeal against any sentence: “We are not going to stand here, we are going to international justice.”

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“The only ambitious person” is former President Evo Morales, who “disrespects the constitution” since 2016, when he boycotted the referendum for the fourth time in a row, he said, according to the EFE.

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