Daily Archives: January 12, 2022

2022-01-12: News Headlines

teleSUR (2022-01-12). Bolivia: Judges to Start Ordinary Trial to Coup Leader Añez. telesurenglish.net On Wednesday, a Bolivian court is expected to order the formal opening of the first ordinary trial against former Senator Jeanine Añez, who proclaimed herself president of the republic during the U.S.-backed coup d'état against President Evo Morales in November 2019. | RELATED: | According to Justice Vice Minister Jaime Siles, the hearings in this criminal process, whose main private accuser is former socialist lawmaker Lidia Patty,…

Editor2 (2022-01-11). Bolivia Achieves Record Levels of Economic and Social Growth in 2021. orinocotribune.com By Tanya Wadhwa — Jan 8, 2022 | Under the rule of President Luis Arce and vice president David Choquehuanca of the Movement Towards Socialism (MAS) party, Bolivia recovered from the economic losses suffered during the coup regime of Jeanine àÅñez. | After suffering deep economic setbacks during the de-facto rule of coup-installed president Jeanine àÅñez, Bolivia's economy not only recovered but achieved new levels of economic and social growth in 2021. Under the rule of President Luis Arce and vice president David Choquehuanca of the Movement Towards Socialism (MAS) party, the country's exports g…

Staff (2022-01-11). Vicepresidente de Bolivia y seis ministros dieron positivo a la covid-19. cubadebate.cu El vicepresidente de Bolivia, David Choquehuanca, ha dado positivo a la covid-19, informó este martes el Ministerio de la Presidencia del país suramericano. Además de Choquehuanca, también tuvieron diagnósticos positivos por coronavirus seis ministros, entre ellos el de Relaciones Exteriores, de Gobierno, de Defensa.

Betsey Piette (2022-01-11). 40 years unjustly incarcerated/ Mumia petitions for new trial. workers.org Attorneys for imprisoned journalist and veteran Black Panther Mumia Abu-Jamal filed a petition Jan. 4 for a Post-Conviction Relief Appeal (PCRA), based on evidence found in six case file boxes they were first able to review in January 2019. The boxes were discovered in a remote storage room in the . . . |

Mustafa Ali-Smith (2022-01-11). Police-Led Youth Programs Don't Actually Combat the School-to-Prison Pipeline. truthout.org Diversion programs are presented as exit ramps to incarceration, offering alternatives to life behind bars and providing resources to individuals who would have otherwise been arrested and sentenced to prison. | When an individual commits a crime, they are arrested as an entry point into the criminal legal system and transitioned through a traditional court trial and sentencing. Through diversion, individuals avoid this process altogether or partially by instead receiving treatment or rehabil…

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