The defense of Áñez indicates that in six months the State Ministry

Former President Jeanine Áñez’s defense attorney Luis Guillén said today that in the six months of preventive detention decided to investigate the alleged crimes in the “Coup d’état” case, no progress has been made and no progress has been made to date “Offense”.

“In the coup proceedings 1, in which the constitutional succession is being clarified, the judicial authority set a deadline of six months for preventive detention, but also for the investigation. This deadline was not met until yesterday. On the contrary, we have the Ministry of Public Affairs asking for it to be expanded because the investigation is complex. If it cannot determine what the criminal act is in these six months, we have people in preventive detention for no reason, ”he said in an interview on the program A Media Mañana de Los Tiempos and Grupo Centro.

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According to the lawyer, the State Department announced the request yesterday, but Guillén said it “must obey a duly reasoned, motivated decision with a specific and grave reason.”

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