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· May, 2007

Stories about Bolivia from May, 2007

Bolivia: A Country Unites Behind FIFA Ban on Stadiums at High Altitudes

Stadiums located at 2500 m above sea level are no longer able to host international football matches according to a recent FIFA ban. This move sent the Bolivian government into...

Bolivia: Residents of El Alto Fed Up With Bars

Bolivia: Troubles with the Constitutional Tribunal and a Bittersweet Mother's Day

Another varied week in the Bolivian blogosphere bring us news on the recent conflict involving the Constitutional Tribunal, the appearance of transvestites on the streets of Santa Cruz, a question...

Americas: Copa America Blog

Bolivia: Morales Takes on the Church

Bolivia: Internet Day

Bolivia: The Road to a Visa

Bolivia: Miguel and Miguel Finally Meet Up

Bolivia: The Work of the Constituent Assembly and Government Regulations

After nine months, the work of the Constituent Assembly, which has been charged with writing a new constitution remains stagnant. In addition, the government has began to place restrictions on...

Bolivia: Case of Cristian Urresti Closed

Americas: The Prospects of ALBA and Banco Sur

Bolivia: Cocalero Film

Bolivia: Sidewalk Trouble for Wheelchairs

Bolivia: Constituent Assembly Update

Bolivia: Interview with Filmmaker Jorge Sanjines

Bolivia: Blogger Meet-up in La Paz

Bolivia: Nationalization Falls Short

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