The La Paz public prosecutor has summoned former Foreign Minister Karen Longaric as part of an open trial for the criminal nature of the breach of duty with the aim of making her testify as a defendant.
The call is for next Tuesday, August 17th at 10:00 a.m. at the offices of the Public Ministry of La Paz.
The subpoena was leaked on the same day that Longaric claimed on Twitter that the Organization of American States (OAS) report on the 2019 elections was not meddling, but the result of an international agreement between Bolivia and the Panel on Loyalty Faith are observed.
According to the document, the process started following a complaint from Juan Felipe Pinilla, who is listed in the records of the Court of Auditors as an official of the State Chancellery.
As Erbol learned, Longaric is accused of failing to implement a budget to support Bolivians abroad who were in a vulnerable situation during the pandemic.
The sanction provided for in the Criminal Code for this crime is imprisonment for one to four years.
CC MP José Manuel Ormachea wrote on Twitter: “When Nelson Cox threatened that anyone referring to the fraud will be executed, they cite Karen Longaric as a defendant to the prosecutor for a tweet commenting on the matter. We have already said what Cox is and we will ratify it again ”.