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“Democracy for who?”: People’s Summit runs counter to Biden’s imperialist Summit of the Americas

The People’s Summit has announced their program of panel discussions, workshops, and cultural activities, bringing together diverse voices

Will a progressive government in Chile open the door to Bolivian maritime access?

During the commemoration of the Battle of Calama, Bolivian President Luis Arce called on his Chilean counterpart Gabriel Boric to endorse the words of former Chilean president Salvador Allende to return Bolivia its sovereign access to the Pacific Ocean

GIEI report affirms human rights violations in Bolivia

The report carried out by a group of experts established that at least 11 rights, including the right to life, right to freedom and personal security were violated during the last quarter of 2019.

Outrage in Bolivia following femicide of two teenagers

The recent femicide of two teenage girls by a serial offender, released irregularly in 2019, sparked outrage in Bolivia. Hundreds took to streets demanding an end to violence and impunity for crimes against women due to judicial corruption

Bolivia achieves record levels of economic and social growth in 2021

Under the rule of President Luis Arce and vice president David Choquehuanca of the Movement Towards Socialism (MAS) party, Bolivia recovered from the economic losses suffered during the coup regime of Jeanine Áñez

Left candidate Gabriel Boric wins presidential elections in Chile

Boric of the progressive coalition Approve Dignity has clinched a victory over far-right José Antonio Kast with 55% of the votes

Bolivian government creates trust for reparations to victims of 2019 state violence

The trust will provide loans to the relatives of the deceased and living victims of the human rights violations committed during Jeanine Áñez’s de-facto rule, with a 10-year repayment policy and an annual interest rate of 0.5%

Over 1.5 million Bolivians march in defense of democracy and President Arce’s government

President Luis Arce thanked Bolivian citizens for their overwhelming support, and promised to continue working to rebuild the country and the economy with the people

Thousands lead 200 kilometre march in defense of Bolivia’s democracy & other stories

Today we look at the March for the Homeland in defense of democracy in Bolivia, the 7th round of talks on the 2015 nuclear deal in Vienna, and more

Seven day march in defense of democracy concludes in Bolivia

March for the Homeland reached the Bolivian city of La Paz on November 29 after covering a distance of more than 180km over seven days.

March for the Homeland begins in Bolivia in support of President Arce’s government

Thousands of Bolivians have begun a seven-day-long march in defense of democracy, in support of President Luis Arce’s government, and in rejection of the recent destabilization attempts promoted by the far-right opposition sectors

Bolivian government repeals law being used as a pretext for destabilization by right-wing

The Bolivian government abrogated Law 1386 of the National Strategy to Combat the Legitimization of Illicit Profits and the Financing of Terrorism, which the members of far-right civic committees and the opposition had used as a pretext to strike, mobilize and block roads

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