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Bolivia’s re-foundation eliminates exclusion, Evo Morales says

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Bolivia’s re-foundation eliminates exclusion, Evo Morales says

La Paz, Feb 7 (Prensa Latina) Former President Evo Morales affirmed that the enactment of the first Political Constitution of the Plurinational State of Bolivia, 13 years ago, allowed to refound the country and become it inclusive, dignified and sovereign.
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“In 2009, we enacted the first Political Constitution of the Plurinational State debated, condemned and approved by assembly members, expressly elected by the people for that purpose. Thus, we re-founded Bolivia as an inclusive, dignified and sovereign country,” Morales, who leads the Movement Towards Socialism (MAS), wrote on Twitter.

On that account, Morales described the document as “a historic milestone of the commitment and unity for the struggle and yearnings of the indigenous peoples, the middle and business classes committed to the love to homeland.”

He added that with the approval of that text, considered one of the most advanced of its kind in the world, this Andean-Amazonian nation defeated the racist, centralist and submissive State.

He stressed the importance of unity among indigenous peoples, workers, intellectuals and professionals from the countryside and the city, thanks to that a decentralized and autonomous State emerged, which recognizes the rights of native peoples and constitutionalizes the basic services.

On January 25, 2009, with 61.43 percent of votes, the new Constitution was approved in a referendum, which was enacted on February 7 that year.


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