This is an injustice to a woman imprisoned in Bolivia, “said Bolzano, quoting local newspapers.
Jeanine Anes was sentenced to 10 years in prison in early June.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsanaro has announced that his country can grant political asylum to former Bolivian President Jeanine Anes, who was sentenced by a Bolivian judge to ten years in prison in the 2019 coup case. d’état.
“Brazil is implementing the issue of international relations and human rights, and it offers her shelter in Brazil to see if it brings Jeanine Anes. This is an injustice to a woman imprisoned in Bolivia,” Bolzano was quoted as saying by local newspapers.
In addition, the head of state attacked his opponent Luis Inacio Lula da Silva in the presidential election next October, who did not condemn the verdict against the Bolivian judiciary Ans. “Former President [Evo Morales] And current [Luis Arce] They are Lula’s friends and he did not say anything about this case, “he said.
Jeanine Anes was sentenced in early June to 10 years in prison after the court found her guilty of violating unconstitutional duties and resolutions in the framework of the coup experienced by former President Evo Morales in November. 2019.
The former caretaker president starred in a baptized trial known as ‘Conspiracy II’, in which he was accused of fitting the presidency without meeting the required institutional requirements, just days after Morales was forced to resign.