In this Oct. 29, 2018 photo, Uruguay's President Tabare Vazquez, center, walks with his commander-in-chief of the army Guido Manini Rios during a ceremony honoring independence war hero Joaquin Lencinas, also known as "Ansina," in Montevideo, Uruguay. Announced on Tuesday, March 12, 2109, Uruguay’s president has removed Manini Rios after he questioned how local courts have handled cases involving members of the military accused of crimes against humanity committed during the 1973-1985 dictatorship.
In this Oct. 29, 2018 photo, Uruguay's President Tabare Vazquez, center, walks with his commander-in-chief of the army Guido Manini Rios during a ceremony honoring independence war hero Joaquin Lencinas, also known as "Ansina," in Montevideo, Uruguay. Announced on Tuesday, March 12, 2109, Uruguay’s president has removed Manini Rios after he questioned how local courts have handled cases involving members of the military accused of crimes against humanity committed during the 1973-1985 dictatorship. Matilde Campodonico AP Photo
In this Oct. 29, 2018 photo, Uruguay's President Tabare Vazquez, center, walks with his commander-in-chief of the army Guido Manini Rios during a ceremony honoring independence war hero Joaquin Lencinas, also known as "Ansina," in Montevideo, Uruguay. Announced on Tuesday, March 12, 2109, Uruguay’s president has removed Manini Rios after he questioned how local courts have handled cases involving members of the military accused of crimes against humanity committed during the 1973-1985 dictatorship. Matilde Campodonico AP Photo