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An Assessment of the First Two Years of the Morales Administration in Bolivia

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January 17, 2008

An Assessment of the First Two Years of the Morales Administration in Bolivia

1:00 - 2:30 PM
SEIU Conference Room
Washington, DC

Based on its popular mandate, the Government of President Morales has put forth three central goals: to re-nationalize Bolivia's gas and oil; land reform; and to develop and gain popular approval of a new Constitution.

Jean Paul Guevara Ávila, Director General of Bilateral Relations, in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bolivia, discussed the achievements and results of the first two years, with a focus on the draft new Constitution, approved just last month by the Constitutional Assembly. He also talked about the recent economic indicators regarding poverty and development. The event was free and open to the public.


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