Bolivia

23.03.2013

Bolivia puts the final touches to her presentation to the International Court of Justice to recover her sea coast

Bolivia puts the final touches to her presentation to the International Court of Justice to recover her sea coast

The case against Chile is for noncompliance with the 1904 Treaty of Peace and Friendship.  The Bolivian government is seeking to recover access to the Pacific ocean that was lost in the 1879 war. The government and congress of Bolivia are lodging a case in the International Court of Justice… »

01.03.2013

Bolivian parliament approves a law guaranteeing a violence-free life for women

Bolivian parliament approves a law guaranteeing a violence-free life for women

The law proposes that Autonomous Municipal Governments will be able to request competent authorities for the “legal adoption of provisional measures, precautionary measures and measures of immediate protection in defence of the rights of women in situations of violence.” The Bolivian Chamber of Deputies on Wednesday sanctioned the law –… »

19.02.2013

Bolivia nationalizes Spanish company

Bolivia nationalizes Spanish company

Bolivian President Evo Morales has nationalized a Spanish company that operates the country’s three main airports. Morales said on Monday he had instructed the country’s ministry of public works, services and housing to take “full operational control” of SABSA, a joint venture of Spanish Abertis and airport authority Aena. He… »

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