Bolivia es el tercer productor mundial de cocaína, después de Colombia y Perú. En 2013, la Unión Europea estimó que la demanda legal de coca en Bolivia era de 14.700 hectáreas.
Bolivian President Evo Morales has signed into law a controversial bill that nearly doubles the area that can be legally planted with coca crops.
Some fear Evo Morales will try to seek a fourth, unconstitutional presidential term in 2019, after a referendum on changing the constitution to enable President Evo Morales to seek a fourth re-election, where the "No" vote won by a small margin
Se llama Museo de la Revolución Democrática y Cultural, pero la oposición política lo ha bautizada como "museo de Evo", y ha cuestionado la obra por su costo y ostentación.
Despite water shortages and a slowing economy, his supporters want to keep him in office indefinitely
Líderes opositores bolivianos cuestionaron este domingo que el presidente Evo Morales y el oficialismo desconozcan el referendo de febrero pasado
Ruling party considering ways to allow Morales to legally run, including changing constitution through legislative assembly
The governor of Bolivia’s La Paz province, Felix Patzi, said that no alternative political force to the party of President Morales exists at present, but predicted the rise of a new leadership capable of unifying a political organization to challenge him.
Bolivian President Evo Morales has proposed that the Andean country switch back from the Gregorian calendar to the calendar previously used by its indigenous people.
Chile uses water from the river to supply mine operations and some northern towns. Bolivia contends the Silala River, located in the southwestern region of Potosi, originates in springs that ultimately flow into Chile.
President Evo Morales announced that his government will sue Chile in the “appropriate international bodies” over water from the Silala springs in southwestern Bolivia.
El país se ha dividido entre quienes apoyan la reelección y quienes no.
President Evo Morales of Bolivia has narrowly lost a referendum to allow him to stand for a fourth term in office, exit polls suggest.
The president of Bolivia, called it a historic event the entry into force of the new Civil and Family Procedural Code that will revolutionize the justice system and was elaborated by the Bolivians, without foreign interference.
While the ‘pink tide’ recedes across much of the continent, Bolivia’s President Evo Morales and Ecuador’s Rafael Correa find themselves as the last bastions of popular socialism in Latin America.
Bolivian President Evo Morales, the country's first indigenous head of state, held an ancient ceremony Thursday to mark a record-setting 10 years in office -- a term he is now seeking to extend to 2025.
The oil industry achieved “clear, very positive results” in 2015 despite the collapse in petroleum prices, the Bolivian government said Sunday. Benchmark oil prices are used to set the price of exports, which mainly go to Brazil and Argentina.
President Evo Morales said on Thursday that he is not fretting about the outcome of a Feb. 21 referendum on amending Bolivia’s constitution to allow him to seek a fourth consecutive term.
Bolivian President Evo Morales apologises for joking that Health Minister Ariana Campero could be a lesbian
While U.S. politicians are searching for ways to pay for campaigns, the latest Bolivian tactic is rather unusual. Supporters of President Evo Morales say they’re boosting their finances with donations of potatoes and coca
The Constitutional Court is expected to approve the procedure before organizing the referendum.
Voters rebuke Evo Morales and the ruling party
In the highland city of El Alto, which sits just above La Paz, Aymaran architect Freddy Mamani Silvestre is a busy man.
Evo is still overwhelmingly popular, including among the indigenous people from whom he has sprung. Their conditions of life have improved dramatically since he first took office in 2006