Bolivian court ordered four-month detention of ex-president Áñez and her ministers

Áñez said that "the MAS (Movement towards Socialism, the government party) decides and the judicial system obeys," and that she will be held in detention awaiting trial for a "coup that never happened."

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A Bolivian court ordered on Sunday the preventive detention of ex-interim president Jeanine Áñez for four months in a prison in La Paz, as well as of two of her ex-ministers.

Criminal investigation judge Regina Santa Cruz ordered the pre-trial detention of the ex-president (2019-2020) in the Obrajes Women's Correctional Center.

Meanwhile, ex-interim ministers Álvaro Coímbra, of Justice, and Rodrigo Guzmán . . .

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