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· July, 2009

Stories about Bolivia from July, 2009

Hungary, Bolivia: Update on Rózsa-Flores’ Case

Hungarian Spectrum posts an update on Eduardo Rózsa-Flores’ case.

Bolivia: Attack Attempt on Potosí Prefect

Wilfredo Jordán writes about the recent attack attempt on the home of Mario Virreira, the departmental prefect of Potosí, Bolivia.

Peru: The Move of Bolivian Textile Companies

Renatto of Real Politik [es] writes about the move of Bolivian textile companies to neighboring Peru to take advantage of its Free Trade Agreement with the United States, after Bolivia...

Bolivia: The Return of the “Minister of Cocaine”

During the military dictatorship in Bolivia in the early 1980s, Minister of the Interior Luis Arce Gómez had a bit of advice for dissidents, “walk around with their written will...

Bolivia: The Implementation of a Biometric Voter Registration

The race is on to implement a biometric voter registration for the December 6 general elections in Bolivia writes Miguel Buitrago of MABB.

Bolivia: The Return of Luis Arce Gómez

Former Bolivian military officer Luis Arce Gómez, who was part of the dictatorship of Luis García Meza in the early 1980s, returned to the country after finishing his sentence in...

Caribbean: On the Honduran Coup

Writing at Havana Times, Guillermo Fernandez Ampie examines the Honduran coup d’état, while Repeating Islands reports that “heads of state throughout the Caribbean region have expresses their condemnation of the...

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