‘We are a government that will always ensure compliance with the Political Constitution of the State, which bans all sorts of discrimination,’ Luis Arce live-tweeted.
Bolivian president endorsed the global complaint regarding discrimination against people with sexual preferences other than conventional ones, such as lesbians, homosexuals, bisexuals, transgenders and transsexuals.
Luis Arce recalled the World Health Organization (WHO) decision on May 17, 1990, to withdraw sexual diversity from its list of pathologies.
Bolivian Constitution rejects ‘all distinction, exclusion, restriction or preference based on sex, color, age, sexual orientation and gender identity.’
It also excludes contempt based on origin, culture, nationality, citizenship, language, religion, ideology, politics, philosophy, marital status, as well as economic, social or health condition.