Since Bolivia made a complaint about what Argentina made a shipment of military weapons in 2019, in the middle of the institutional crisis that led to the coup against Evo Morales. In that sense, from the Air Force revealed in the cause that the Justice investigates a given of vital importance on 70 thousand ammunition what were sent during the Government of Mauricio Macri.

It is that the Air Force informed the economic criminal judge Javier López Biscayart that the 70 thousand cartridges sent to Bolivia had not been declared, so they were not sent legally, according to the statement. NA Agency. In this legal case, former President Mauricio Macri and former ministers Patricia Bullrich (Security) and Oscar Aguad (Defense) are accused.

The charges for which the former officials are being tried have to do with arms smuggling, based on the complaint made by the Government of Alberto Fernández. The case is being promoted by the economic criminal prosecutor Claudio Navas Rial. Military personnel such as the former director of the Gendarmerie, Gerardo Otero and Rubén Yavorski, former Major Commander Director of Logistics of the Gendarmerie, were also charged.

Judge Biscayart had requested information on the authorization to leave the shipment made on November 12, 2019. However, the Air Force revealed that the authorization “was not declared” the 70,000 cartridges that had been sent by the Government of Mauricio Macri in the cargo. The case continues despite the judicial fair.

Justice investigates the shipment of weapons that was made to Bolivia and its possible implications with the coup d’état against Evo Morales. The Hercules C-130 aircraft that departed from El Palomar for Bolivia on November 12, 2019 contained: 70,000 AT 12/70 cartridges; 18 MK-9 tear gas spray; 05 tear gas spray MK-4; 50 CN gas grenades; 10 CS gas grenades; and 52 HC gas grenades.

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