The former interim leader will serve 10 years in a women's prison in La Paz, and still faces charges in a separate, pending case for sedition and other charges related to her short presidential stint.
The charges of "genocide" against Jeanine Anez pertain to the 2019 protests in the country in which a total of 22 people died and carries a sentence of 10 to 20 years in prison.
Conservative Bolivian politician Jeanine Anez faces charges of terrorism, sedition and conspiracy over an alleged coup after she replaced predecessor Evo Morales in November 2019.
The wildfires have affected more than 600 families but no fatalities have been reported so far.
Minister removed over corruption case concerning purchase of medical ventilators from Spanish firm GPA Innova, using IDB funds, officials say.
When assuming the interim presidency on November 12, Jeanine Anez had said she had no intention of standing for the full-time job. But that changed last week when she announced her candidacy for the country's the May 3 presidential election.
The interim government has appointed a US ambassador for the first time in 11 years, and has recognised Venezuela’s President Maduro’s challenger Juan Guaido.
The measure forbids the reelection of anyone who has served the last two terms consecutively as president, effectively ruling out ousted President Evo Morales.
Bolivia's Interior Minister Arturo Murillo said the charges are based on audio in which, from Mexico, Morales allegedly directed plans for road blockades in Bolivia to destabilise the interim government.
Evo Morales resigned on November 10 after a disputed election in October and sought asylum in Mexico.
The announcement comes after the number of people killed in clashes with security forces at a fuel plant near La Paz on Tuesday rose to eight.
Interim interior minister says the number of trouble spots is "down by half," as six coca-growers' unions seek provisional leader Jeanine Anez's resignation "within 48 hours" and fresh elections within 90 days.
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