President of Bolivia

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  • Analysis Of The Plurinational State Of Bolivia

    The current paper focuses on the analysis of the Bolivia’s place in the global relations and the global economy. It is important to note that Bolivia or the Plurinational State of Bolivia is a South American country, situated in the western part of the continent. The country borders with Chile, Brazil, Peru, Argentina, and Paraguay. Bolivia is a unitary presidential republic with Evo Morales as a President. The country has a democratic government with the Asamblea Legislativa Plurinacional as the fundamental legislative branch of power. The executive power is held by the President while the juridical branch is maintained by the Supreme Court. There is also a non-traditional branch of power, which is the Plurinational Electoral Organ. The aim…

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  • Examples Of Post Neoliberalism

    In the second part of this essay, I will elaborate my argument by considering Morales’ government policy in Bolivia, Cash-Transfer projects in Mozambique and Basic Income Grants in South Africa and elsewhere. In the final part of this essay, I will argue that just as we should be aware of the ways post-neoliberal development policy has moved away from the neoliberal political project, we should also be aware that this does not mean they escape the issues associated with accepting neoliberal…

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  • Guaicaipuro In Latin American History

    Venezuela has had a rich, complex, and violent history of any other Latin American country during its colonization. In this class, we have focused primarily in Mexico, Ecuador, Brazil and Peru from pre-colonial civilization to their independence, but due to the short amount of time, there cannot be a coverage of all the Latin American countries such as Puerto Rico or Guatemala. I had found lately when we delved into independences of the Latin American countries; Venezuela stood out to me due to…

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  • The Devil's Mine Analysis

    In their documentary called " The Devil 's mine" , Kief Davidson and Richard Ladkani portrait the mining near the city of Potosí. By a perspective of Basilio Vargas, a fourteen-year-old Bolivian boy who work in one of the Cerro Rico 's mines, the directors show us the labor condition of work and life of people on that field. Basilio Vargas is the firstborn in a family of a widow mother and two more siblings. Working in a small and improductive mine, he and his younger brother work for longs…

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  • Native Language In Russ Rymer's 'Vanishing Voices'

    it is a way for you to connect with your culture, community and also yourself. In my viewpoint, learning your native langauge is very important so certain languages don’t vanish. When I was reading the article ‘’Vanishing Voices,’’ Russ Rymer was trying to get to the point on how endangered languages really go into extinction. Rymer said that ‘’Languages follow power. In an increasingly globalized and homogenized era, languages that dominate world communication and commerce jump geopolitical…

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  • Similarities Of Brazil

    The people of Brazil and Bolivia both faced problems unique to their political and environmental climates. Across both countries the poor suffer from specific acute problems, for instance the people of Brazil suffer from issues of housing and environmental loss. The people of Bolivia had a different problem, particularly in the town of Cochabamba who fought for basic necessities against a totalitarian government and a massive international company. Ultimately all of these groups achieved some…

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  • Precambrian Shield Case Study

    In the Precambrian Shield there are no continuous aquifers and ground water is only found in the fractured and weathered zones of Precambrian rock. These various aquifers are located primarily in gneiss and granite. The Precambrian shield only makes up a small portion of eastern Bolivia. Aquifers in this province are generally shallow at depth less than 90 meters and due to this many of the aquifers are biologically contaminated near populated areas (Roebuck et al. 2004). Majority of the ground…

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  • The Symbolism Of Thanksgiving By Puqllay

    Paseo is a ritual where the natives, usually the young singles, go door to door to visit all of the leaders of the community in the middle of the night and get served hot soup, trago, and coca. After sharing these treats with each other the visitors dance the sargento for the leaders. This happens at many different stops to meet with all the Runakuna leaders, the final being the president, who at the time was Don Luis. This ritual is held for five weeks, every Sunday, for the weeks that lead up…

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  • Informative Essay On Dia De Los Muertos

    Celebrating the dead is something that may sound really strange to a person that hears it for the first time; indeed it’s a subject that most people will like to avoid talking about. However, every November 1st of every year, thousands of Bolivian families celebrate with music, food and prayers the return of their beloved ones that have passed away. This day is called “Dia de los muertos”, or in English, day of the dead. It is one of the most popular festivals in Bolivia. People who celebrate…

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  • Analysis Of The American Liberator By Simon Bolivar

    united so many races. Bolivar did not have an experience or great knowledge about the military but was able to form armies from different classes. With his Enlightenment ideas for the better of the continent Bolivar was a brilliant leader. His leadership skills earned him the name “Iron Ass”, because of his traveling around on horseback. He was later known as the liberator and founder of a united Grand Colombia, lasting from Panama to Peru. Bolivar had to deal with racial diversity along his way…

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