The Plenum of the Supreme court of Bolivia ousted Chairman and elected a new

The Plenum of the Supreme court of Bolivia, was elected on Tuesday the new President judge of ALVISA Ages after eight of the nine members of the court issued a vote of no confidence in former Chairman of Maria Cristina Diaz.

The dismissed Chairman, said before the elections about the insignificance of this procedure - a law establishing a three-year term of the mandate does not provide for its revocation by reason of loss of confidence.

Diaz took the chair in November 2019 in the background of the resignation of the previous Manager and in the midst of the electoral crisis. Presidential candidate Luis Camacho offered to appoint her head of state through constitutional succession after the deposed President Evo Morales fled from persecution in Mexico.

After opposition in Bolivia led by Carlos Mesa said on mass violations in the elections on 20 October 2019, the country's President Evo Morales under the pressure of war, resigned and left the country. After it had retired all the top leadership of Bolivia, the government passed the opposition Vice-speaker of the Senate Jeannine Agnes. Authorities announced the holding of new presidential elections. Morales is forbidden to participate in them as a candidate, he is in Argentina, where headed the presidential campaign of his "Movement towards socialism".