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They announce that they will challenge the prospective member who will decide whether or not Morales will be disqualified as a Senator in Bolivia

September 4, 2020

The plaintiff in the case of the disqualification of former Bolivian President Evo Morales as Senator for Cochabamba in the October 18 elections has announced that he will be challenging the appointment of Judge Israel Campero Méndez if he is made a member who will resolve the tie that has arisen before some Days before the Departmental Court of Justice (TDJ).

The plaintiff’s defense has assured that Méndez’s appointment is “irregular” as not only would it not correspond in order of priority in the TYY judicial system, but also because that judge is known to have ties to Morales’ party, the Movement for socialism (MAS).

Two days ago, the two members of the Second Constitutional Chamber of the TYY of La Paz postponed the decision whether or not to disqualify Morales for lack of agreement and announced an extension of between 48 and 72 hours to wait for a third member to join the tie rules that will have three more days to make a decision.

They announce that they will challenge the prospective member who will decide whether or not Morales will be disqualified as a Senator in BoliviaThey announce that they will challenge the prospective member who will decide whether or not Morales will be disqualified as a Senator in Bolivia

The Supreme Electoral Court (TSE) of Bolivia annulled Morales’ presence on the Movement for Socialism (MAS) lists for the elections that will take place on October 18th in February this year.

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