Nine months later, TCP announced its refusal to replace two-thirds in the Senate

The Plurinational Constitutional Court (TCP) ruled inadmissible appeal by Creemos Alliance senators and MPs to replace two-thirds for approval of norms and activities in at least 11 Senate matters.

This determination follows on from the decision announced in July regarding the refusal to replace two-thirds in the Senate. From Creemos, they point out that both constitutional orders were issued on December 2, 2020, but the TCP released them seven and nine months later.

Opposition Senator Centa Rek criticized the TCP’s delay, claiming that it “left the opposition completely defenseless”. Rek also announced an analysis for the presentation of other legal instruments intended to replace two-thirds in the Plurinational Legislative Assembly (ALP).

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The lawsuit was filed by Creemos on October 28, 2020, a day after the MAS bank (in its last administration) amended the Senatorial Chamber’s rules to skip two-thirds on at least 11 questions.

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