The first case is related to the illegal settlement of a US$327 million IMF loan, which materialized without the due approval of the Plurinational Legislative Assembly.
In the second trial, Añez would be judged for violating freedom of expression during the COVID-19 quarantine. Meanwhile, the third one is based on her concession for managing the Public Registry of Commerce to Fundaempresa.
Bolivia's President Luis Arce has just received his first dose of the ���� Sputnik V vaccine.
The Attorney General's Office rejected the fourth indictment filed by the Ministry of Justice, arguing there was insufficient evidence.
The Supreme Court, after considering the request of the Attorney General's Office, must remit the cases to the Legislative Assembly, which would approve the trials with the assent of two-thirds of its members.
Añez is already charged with the crimes of terrorism, sedition, and conspiracy in the "Coup d'état" case in which she has been called up again to testify before the Prosecutor's Office after invoking her right to silence in her first statement.
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