« LA PAZ – Bolivian lawmakers on Friday ( NDLR : 17th Dec) approved a bill placing firm restrictions on indigenous traditional justice, responding to public indignation over the lynchings of allegedly corrupt police in Indian communities. President Evo Morales, the country’s first indigenous head of state, said he will sign the measure into law despite protests from some Indian groups. While authorizing indigenous courts to deal with matters “historically and traditionally subject to their norms,” the legislation explicitly bans such tribunals from dealing with criminal offenses or issues relating to natural resources, except in the case of apportioning land within the community ».
Source : Latin American Herald Tribune
Un nouvelle législation concernant l’éducation en Bolivie : LEY DE LA EDUCACIÓN, LEY Nº 070, LEY DE 20 DE DICIEMBRE DE 2010