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The Bolivian Prosecutor’s Office dismisses ex-Electoral Court officials and closes the case for alleged “fraud” in 2019

The Departmental Prosecutor’s Office of La Paz, in Bolivia, ratified this Wednesday the dismissal of the former members of the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) accused of the alleged “fraud” during the 2019 elections, which gave then-President Evo Morales the winner, prior to the coup.

After rejecting a challenge presented by the Plurinational Electoral Body (OEP), the Public Ministry closed the process that investigated an alleged manipulation of the voting data, reported the Bolivian Information Agency (ABI).

In this way, the acquittal of the former TSE members María Eugenia Choque, Antonio Costas, Edgar Gonzales, Lucy Cruz, Idelfonso Mamani and other officials, who were accused of “falsification of documents, use of falsified documents, computer manipulation, alteration of and concealment of results, among others “.

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