The First Anti-Corruption Sentencing Court of La Paz has postponed until next Monday the resumption of the trial for the so-called ‘Coup d’etat II’ against former president Jeanine Áñez, whoIt collapsed during the first hearing, and other difficulties.
According to the Bolivian press, during the hearing there have been technical problems, shouts and interruptions, in addition to the fact that the procedures for the declaration in absentia of the former commander of the Armed Forces Williams Kaliman have not been complied with; the former commander of the Bolivian Police Vladimir Yuri Calderón; the former inspector general of the Armed Forces, Elmer Flores Taranzo; and former Colonel Carlos Orellana.
According to one of Áñez’s lawyers, Luis Guillén, the hearing has been suspended because the commanders in question have not been declared in absentia, according to ‘La Razón’. It is about The second hearing was held in the trial against. Áñez.There were also several problems at the hearing of February 10.
“The medical and critical situation that Áñez suffers has not been addressed, that shows that there is a prejudgment decision from the Public Ministry,” Áñez’s other lawyer, Jorge Valda, has denounced. According to El Deber, he said, “Shameful and absolutely an abuse of Power.”
For her role in 2019’s political crisis, the former president of Bolivia has brought charges against her. ÁñezIn the case ‘Coup d’etat II’, he is being accused of a crime against breach of duties.According to the Prosecutor’s office, it is. In the context of the ‘Coup d’etat I’ trial, she is also charged with terrorism conspiracy and sedition.