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Due to the absence of one of the members, the Fourth Criminal Chamber of the Departmental Court of Justice of La Paz decided to postpone until November 5 the hearing in which it will be defined whether the former president Jeanine Áñez will be processed by the ordinary means in the EBA case:
The lawyer Luis Guillen reported that the hearing that was scheduled for this Wednesday was rescheduled for next month “due to the technical impossibility” of one of the members to participate in the court hearing.
The member Orlando Rojas could not connect in the virtual session and, faced with this scenario, his colleague Rosmery Pabón decided to postpone the hearing for ten days, informed the lawyer, who is part of the defense of the former president, to El Deber.
In June, the then member of the Fourth Criminal Chamber of the La Paz Departmental Court of Justice, Claudia Castro, issued a resolution in which she declared herself competent to try Añez within the framework of the complaint for an alleged illegal appointment in the Bolivian Food Agency (EBA).