Legislative Commission clears trial of Sánchez de Lozada, his entire cabinet and four previous effects

The State Joint Justice, Public Ministry and Legal Defense Commission cleared liability proceedings against former President Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada, former Vice President Víctor Hugo Cárdenas, his entire 1993 cabinet and four former officials.

The reports had been sent to the Plurinational Legislative Assembly (ALP) for consideration, said Commission President Patricia Arce in a Senate press release.

Sánchez de Lozada, Cárdenas and the former ministers Carlos Sánchez Berzain and Freddy Teodovich are accused, among other things, of alleged crimes under state-damaging contracts, unconstitutional and unlawful decisions, wasteful behavior and improper influence.

Former Mayor of Chuquisaca, David Sánchez Heredia, charged with alleged wastefulness and resolutions in violation of the constitution and laws; The Senate adds that the former mayor of La Paz, José Luis Paredes Muñoz, is accused of ideological falsehood, the legitimation of illicit profits and the failure to provide information on assets and income.

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The commission also cleared the proceedings against the former prefects of Tarija Adel Gonzalo Cortez Maire and Mario Cossío Cortez for allegedly damaging contracts and inefficient behavior.

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