Bolivia’s New Constitution – More Rights for Indigenous Minorities

In January 2009, a new constitution came into force in Bolivia. It grants unprecedented rights to the 36 indigenous peoples in the country. Its aim is to improve the indigenous people‘s access to primary care facilities, education and health. minet reports on the changes this new constitution brought to the country and looks at what this means for the minorities in particular.

minet broadcast: 25.11.2009

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