The Plural Justice Joint Commission of the Plurinational Legislative Assembly (ALP) suspended the session in which it had to consider the charges against former President Jeanine Añez due to the events of Senkata and Sacaba.
The information was provided by the MP of the Movement for Socialism (MAS), Daniel Rojas, who pointed out that the meeting of MPs and senators was excluded. He added that there was no new date for the resumption of the meeting.
“The complaint from Sacaba and Senkata will be dealt with in a next meeting, there is no date, it has been suspended, there will be no meeting of the mixed commission tomorrow (Wednesday),” said Rojas.
He added that the reasons for the suspension of the legislature were unknown. “First there was an opinion, but now it is suspended until further notice, we do not have a date yet,” said the legislature.
Former President Jeanine Añez is charged with the alleged perpetration of genocidal crimes and serious injuries to 38 people in the violent events of November 2020 and has been in preventive detention in Miraflores women’s prison since March because of the alleged coup.