Today: July 25, 2024
January 5, 2023
1 min read

César Trómpiz highlights Bolivia’s sovereignty and institutional integrity

César Trómpiz highlights Bolivia's sovereignty and institutional integrity

The Venezuelan ambassador in Bolivia, César Trómpiz, highlighted this Wednesday the acts of sovereignty and institutional integrity of the Bolivian Government to do justice after the coup d’état against Evo Morales, in 2019.

This was stated by the diplomat through a publication on his official account on the social network Twitter where he highlighted that “with acts of sovereignty and institutional integrity as his Plurinational State does. We support the Bolivia Hace Justicia campaign.”

In another trill, Trómpiz stressed that “the progress of the actions of the Bolivian State give an example of application of the Law necessary for peace.”

“The far-rights and the international media oligarchy attack their institutions because they intend to leave their 2019 coup unpunished,” reads the message.

In 2019, the Bolivian right-wing carried out a coup against the constitutional government of the then president, Evo Morales.

As part of the facts, on October 31, 2022, an arrest warrant was issued against the governor of Santa Cruz, Luis Fernando Camacho, and others, for the alleged commission of the crime of terrorism.

Camacho, was apprehended on December 28, 2022 by the Bolivian Police, as part of the case called Coup d’état I.

On December 30, the eighth judge of Precautionary Criminal Investigation, Sergio Pacheco, ordered four months of preventive detention for Camacho, which he must serve in the Chonchocoro prison, located in the capital of Bolivia.

In the case, the former de facto president, Jeanine Áñez; Carlos Mesa, Jorge Quiroga and José Luis Camacho Parada father of the governor.
In the 2019 coup, more than 37 people were killed.

Source link

Latest Posts

They celebrated "Buenos Aires Coffee Day" with a tour of historic bars - Télam
Cum at clita latine. Tation nominavi quo id. An est possit adipiscing, error tation qualisque vel te.


More than 300 Día stores are inspected to control compliance with Fair Prices
Previous Story

More than 300 Día stores are inspected to control compliance with Fair Prices

Ancap subsidy for diesel is around US$ 80 million and exceeds supergas
Next Story

The government raised $ 1.5 the premium for diesel that subsidizes the bus ticket

Latest from Blog

AIRD: IMAM increases in June

AIRD: IMAM increases in June

The Monthly Index of Activity Manufacturing (IMAM) of the Association of Industries of the Dominican Republic (AIRD) increased and recovered from 48.29 in May to 56.74 in June of this year. Results
Go toTop