Prosecutor General Juan Lanchipa will receive today the informative statement from former President Jeanine Áñez. It is accompanied by two senior public prosecutors and carried out virtually.
“In the context of the indictment of the victims of Sacaba and Senkata, the investigation of the privilege process was initiated by the General Prosecutor’s Office, for this reason Ms. Jeanine Áñez was supposed to testify that this will take place because of biosecurity measures. announced the highest authority of the State Ministry.
Lanchipa added that the two chief prosecutors will go to the Miraflores prison with the investigation notebooks, where Áñez is being held while his person from the Zoom platform in the city of Sucre will fill out the questionnaire relating to the complaint. corresponds to the violent events in Senkata and Sacaba.
The information provided by Lanchipa came after the State Ministry approved an indicting proposal to start the investigation against Áñez on Monday, July 5, to conduct a process of accountability for the lawsuit of 20 prosecutors for the acts of violence recorded in ñez Senkata and Sacaba, November 2019.
The crimes they charged former President Áñez for are genocide, serious injury and injuries resulting in death.
Áñez has been in preventive detention since March and is charged with the alleged 2019 “coup”, an indictment initiated by former MP for the Movement for Socialism (MAS) Lidia Patty.
If evidence is found against the former president, the attorney general will ask for the approval of a liability proceeding, which must be approved by two-thirds of the plurinational legislative assembly.