Tag: Evo Morales

Shell maintains commitment to explore hydrocarbons in Bolivia

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Repsol with 37.5 percent of shares, Shell with a similar percentage and the oil company PAE with 25 percent participate in the Cipipendi block. 

Bolivia advances in its goal to have an outlet to the sea

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“Today the Bolivians are United more than ever, with the certainty that we have advanced in our most important goal”, said the President of the magistrates of Bolivia on demand against Chile to the International Court of Justice for a peaceful solution to an outlet to the sea.

Evo Morales confirms that your condition does not put at risk his life

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“I’m in treatment, I’m better, and fulfilling recommendations of doctors”, said the President of Bolivia to refer to the condition of the throat that does not put at risk their lives. 

Evo Morales highlighted the impact of their policies on the economy

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The Bolivian President called young people to investigate and delve into the thinking of leaders Hugo Chávez and Ernesto “che” Guevara.

Enacted the General Law of coca in Bolivia

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The Bolivian President signed Wednesday the General Law of the Coca with the approval and support of Cofecay Adepcoca. 

Evo Morales: our obligation is adding more chairs to the ALBA-TCP

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“Here are the anti-imperialist Governments, that is the difference with other countries, we have policies for the liberation of peoples and we must unite,” the Bolivian President said.

Chavez taught us to lose the fear of the Empire, said Evo Morales

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The Bolivian President arrived Sunday in Venezuela to participate in official events on the fourth anniversary of the physical departure of Commander Hugo Chávez.

Evo Morales will go to Venezuela to honor memory of Hugo Chávez

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In commemoration of the four years of the physical departure of Commander Hugo Chávez, from Saturday, various acts began to be held in Venezuela.

New law of Coca in Bolivia

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The new law will increase the legal surface of coca leaf crops to supply domestic demand.  

Evo Morales questioned Chilean Government speak of aggression

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“Aggression is to invade neighboring countries, steal water, ignoring international law and not comply with commitments,” said the Bolivian President.