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What’s happening in Bolivia ? #HandsOffBolivia #SOSBolivia #HandsOffLatinAmerica
The #BolivianElections are coming up and the #BolivianRight & #BolivianLiberals are trying to interfere with the elections to try to discredit #socialism and the positive impact not only in the country but all across #LatinAmerica
Evo Morales’s Accomplishments

- he became the first indigenous president
- Under Morales, Bolivia experienced unprecedented economic strength, resulting in the increase in value of its currency, the boliviano
Cont. 👇🏼
-His first year in office ended with no fiscal deficit; the first time this had happened in Bolivia for 30 years
while during the global financial crisis of 2007–08 it maintained some of the world's highest levels of economic growth. Such economic strength led to a nationwide boom in construction👇🏼
Before Morales, Boliva was the poorest South American a country under #neocolonial president
Even though the amount of social spending went up they remained relatively conservative only spending money on road ,
Parks , community spaces and brining better roads ,
Running water and electricity to rural Bolivia
-local food producers were made to sell in the local market rather than export

-under morales Bolivia broke free from the dominations of the Intermational monetary fund (IMF) & the world bank
In May 2007, it became the world's first country to withdraw from the International Center for the Settlement of Investment Disputes, with Morales asserting that the institution had consistently favored multinational corporations
Bolivia refused to join Free trade areas of the americas , seeking its a form of U.S. imperialism #Imperialism
Before morales, the literacy rate was 16% , Bolivia partnered up with Cuba to to help launch literacy porgrams and Venezuela invited 5000 youth to study for free at Venezuelan universities
By 2009 UNESCO declared Bolivia an literate country.

Cuba also helped in shape Bolivia’s medical system.

under morales he wanted to iradicate discrimination against indigenous peoples which he made civil servants learn atleast 1/3 indigenous languages
Quechua, Aymara, or Guaraní.

Developed indigenous cultural projects & encouraged indigenous youth to attend university by 2008 almost half of Bolivian youth were enrolled in bolivian university system
In 2009 The vice ministry of decolonization was established which they passed a against Racism and Discrimination banning the espousal of racist views in private or public institutions in 2010
After morales’ victory indigenous peoples felt proud full

Makes you wonder why the Bolivian right and liberals want him out 🤔 #HandsOffBolivia #HandsOffLatinAmerica #SOSBoliva
#Bolivia had the largest GDP (Gross Domestic Product) last year #HandsOffBolivia
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