Sunday, April 24, 2011

BOLIVIA - Arrest of a boss and opponent

A Bolivian prosecutor ordered the detention on April 4 for embezzlement of a major business leaders of the country, who ran against the current head of state, Evo Morales, during the 2009 presidential election. Samuel Doria Medina was arrested for "anti-economic behavior" on the redemption of shares of the cement Fancesa state, privatized in 1999.

His party has denounced "a political measure, without any legal basis", while the power mad had something to do with this arrest.

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