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In her last days in office, US-backed strongwoman Jeanine Añez is attempting to push through judicial reforms that could help her in the coming months should she face trial for her crimes.
Author’s note: The new government of president-elect Luis Arce will assume power in the first half of November with the exact date undisclosed at this point, pending a series of decisions in the coming days according to the country’s Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE).
In the meantime, the unelected high-criminal still in power, Jeanine Añez, is attempting to push through judicial reforms that could shield her should the new government seek her prosecution for Human Rights violations, Genocide (she specifically targeted Indigenous populations) and Crimes Against Humanity.
And they most certainly should seek her prosecution!
James Daly, Ph.D