Deputy Minister rejects decontextualization in his declarations on judicial independence

The Deputy Minister for Defense and Consumer Rights, Jorge Silva, opposed the decontextualization of his remarks to El Deber regarding the independence of the judiciary.

“At no point did I say that there were judges or prosecutors with militancy or even an affinity for the MAS, as some media wrongly call government administrations,” affirmed the deputy minister.

At the same time he assured, “There are excellent judges, prosecutors and lawyers, but there are also those who change their shirts according to the political color of the ruling government, as I saw during the coup, for example, they have the shirt of the government de facto dressed and persecuted the masistas, today some of them still lead the judiciary in the country.

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Silva also denied that his observations are used in synchronization between right-wing politicians and some detrimental media.

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