Bolivian Parliament committee calls for prosecution of former de facto President Áñez

In Sacaba and Senkata, towns where the repression was fiercest under Áñez's presidency, there were 30 deaths and many wounded.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Plural Justice Commission of the Bolivian Parliament urgently summoned the Attorney General, Juan Lanchipa, to clarify his inaction with respect to the request for the prosecution of former de facto president, Jeanine Áñez, accused of crimes for having ordered the repression of demonstrators against the movement that overthrew Evo Morales in 2019.

The Sacaba and Senkata protests, towns where the repression was fiercest under Áñez's presidency, resulted in 30 deaths and many wounded.

"We have sent a request for a written report and there was no response, therefore it was agreed that the prosecutor . . .

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