Branko Marinkovic announces trial against national director of Interpol for maintaining international order against those prosecuted in the 'Terrorism' case

Branko Marinkovic announces trial against national director of Interpol for maintaining international order against those prosecuted in the ‘Terrorism’ case

Branko Marinkovic announces trial against national director of Interpol for maintaining international order against those prosecuted in the 'Terrorism' case

April 23, 2024, 7:45 AM

April 23, 2024, 7:45 AM

The former president of the Santa Cruz Committee Branko Marinkovic announced that in the next few hours will initiate criminal proceedings against the national director of the International Police (Interpol) in BoliviaColonel Marco Navia, after he was detained at the Ezeiza airport in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Yesterday, Monday, the former civic leader of Santa Cruz announced on his social networks that his retention in the neighboring country occurred because the government of Luis Arce Catacora still maintains the international arrest warrant against the thirty people prosecuted for the failed ‘Terrorism’ case, despite the fact that the case involving exiles and those who pleaded guilty was acquitted by justice in 2020.

“Bolivia still maintains in its system the arrest warrant for all those accused of the terrorism case, and the director of Interpol has not wanted to remove it from the system, this is an abuse of our human rights. I’m going to start a process, I don’t have to go through this,” said Marinkovic in telephone contact with EL DEBER.

The businessman from Santa Cruz stated that he spent about two hours at the Buenos Aires airport terminal and that he managed to leave the place after the Immigration agents in Argentina confirmed that in the records of Interpol France, the highest instance, His name was not on the wanted list in Bolivia.

During the contact with EL DEBER, he maintained that on his trips abroad he carries the court’s resolutions and the justice order to Interpol Bolivia to lift this order of capture; However, he mentioned that during the Evo Morales government he still sent arrest alerts and individually to countries.

“Interpol Bolivia has to do its job, they cannot continue with the negligence and abuses, either case can lead to a trial against the director of Interpol because he has a court order and has not done so,” he remarked.

Branko Marinkovic reported that his trip to Buenos Aires It is given at the invitation of the Libertad Foundation, to participate in a dinner on Wednesday, April 24, with the Argentine president Javier Milei, the president of Uruguay, Luis Lacalle, the former president Mauricio Macri, José María Aznar of Spain, Jorge Tuto Quiroga, among others, in order to pay tribute to the late president of Chile, Sebastián Piñera.

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