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The Bolivian TSE files a lawsuit for “committing election crimes” in the 2019 elections

Bolivia’s Supreme Electoral Court (TSE) has lodged a complaint with the prosecutor against the “alleged commissioner for electoral crimes” “authors, accomplices, instigators and / or cover-ups” during the 2019 elections that resulted in the resignation of former President Evo Morales with the aim of “contributing to the clarification of events”.

The lawsuit, which was filed last week but was released on Monday, specifically pertains to the crimes of falsifying or using falsified documents, manipulating computers, and altering and obscuring results, all of which are contained in Law 026 of the Bolivian electoral regime are provided.

In addition, according to a statement released by the agency, it also alludes to the crimes of corruption of unconstitutional resolutions, as well as the laws and breaches of duty set out in the Criminal Code, “all of which result from the conduct of the electoral process in the 2019 general election” Bolivian election

The Bolivian TSE files a lawsuit for “committing election crimes” in the 2019 elections
The Bolivian TSE files a lawsuit for “committing election crimes” in the 2019 elections

Morales resigned after the Organization of American States (OAS) discovered irregularities in the October 20 electoral process, which confirmed the “gigantic fraud” denounced by the Bolivian opposition.

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