The La Paz prosecutor announced earlier this Friday that one of the ongoing fraud investigations into the elections held in Bolivia on October 20, which affected ex-vocalists from the Supreme Electoral Court (TSE), is almost 90 percent complete. “
“We lack expertise, and we’re almost 90 percent ready to file a formal indictment against TSE exvocals,” said La Paz Prosecutor Marco Antonio Cossío.
Since November 2019, the public prosecutor’s office has been investigating election officials currently in custody for alleged election crimes, falsification of documents and the use of a counterfeit instrument, computer manipulation, modification and concealment of results, corruption crimes, unconstitutional decisions and, among other things, laws and breaches of duty.
In addition, according to the local newspaper “Página Siete”, former officials from several ministries, former TSE officials and electoral courts from various departments in the country have made a number of informative statements that have been exposed to national election announcements. According to the prosecutor, contradictions were found in the statements.