The Constitutional Chamber refuses to provide legal guardianship for Manfred, but upholds the suspension of the sentence

The Second Constitutional Chamber of the Departmental Court of Chuquisaca ruled today to deny Manfred Reyes Villa protection in the Sillar Alternativo case, but ordered the precautionary measures to be maintained pending the Constitutional Court’s review of this judgment, for which the criminal chamber of the Departmental Court could enforce the sentence of Justice of Cochabamba.

The hearing, which started at 11.44 a.m. and entered the deliberative phase at 3:57 p.m., resumed at around 6.45 p.m. and the arguments of members Juan Carlos Mendoza and Gonzalo Flores were presented.

Reyes Villa’s defense requested that the Constitutional Chamber annul the Supreme Court Criminal Court’s decision denying an appeal against a five-year prison sentence in the Alternative Sillar project, which dates back 12 years.

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Members Juan Carlos Mendoza and Gonzalo Flores resolved the motion, which suspended the conviction.

Member Mendoza was the first to announce his decision based on the arguments he deemed relevant to the case.

According to the Radio Fides report, based on Mendoza’s vote, “orders will be made to maintain the precautionary measures suspending enforcement as long as the TCP is pronounced after the verdict is reviewed.”

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