Jeanine Áñez is sentenced to 10 years in prison for the 'Coup d'etat II' case

Áñez to Evo: “You can dictate 100 years (for him to be) imprisoned and he will continue to be a fugitive and a coward!”

From her Twitter account, this Sunday, former president Jeanine Áñez tells Evo Morales: “You can dictate 100 years (for him to be) imprisoned and he will continue to be a fugitive and a coward!” in allusion, not only to the sentence he received last Friday, of 10 years in prison, but also to the other trials that exist, and those that may be initiated against him, as the presidential spokesman, Jorge Richter, mentioned last Saturday.

Morales pointed out on Sunday morning, in a radio program on Kawsachun Coca, that after Áñez’s sentence of 10 years in prison, a trial in the Legislative Assembly is not possible, because it was determined that there was a coup d’état and with this also ended the debate on whether or not there was fraud electoral. This argument had also been published on their social networks.

Áñez to Evo: "You can dictate 100 years (for him to be) imprisoned and he will continue to be a fugitive and a coward!"



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