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Situación política en Bolivia

The current Political structure in Bolivia

Situación política en Bolivia, satisfecho 62%

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February 1st 2012

 

Official name

The Plurinational State of Bolivia

 

Form of state

Unitary Social State

 

The executive

Directly elected president; serves for five years and appoints a cabinet

 

Head of state

Elected president

 

National legislature

Bicameral Congress: 36-member Senate (the upper house), nine departments, each elects three senators; 130-member Chamber of Deputies (the lower house), one-half of which is directly elected, the other indirectly elected through a system of party nominations; presidential and legislative elections are held every five years

 

Regional administration

Each department has a prefect and a departmental legislature, whose members are elected by municipal councillors. Departments are divided into 94 provinces; local government comprises 327 municipalities, elections for which are held every five years

 

Legal system

Each department has its own courts; the Supreme Court is at the apex

 

National elections

December 6th 2009 (presidential and legislative). Next presidential, legislative and municipal elections: December 2014

 

National government

The governmentis led by the president, Juan Evo Morales, the leader of the Movimiento al Socialismo (MAS) and Bolivia's first indigenous head of state

 

Main political organisations

MAS; Plan Progreso para Bolivia-Convergencia Nacional (PPB-CN); Frente de Unidad Nacional (UN); Alianza Social (AS)

 

President: Juan Evo Morales

Vice-president: Álvaro García Linera

 

Key ministers

Autonomies: Claudia Peña

Culture: Elizabeth Salguero

Defence: Rubén Saavedra

Defender of the State: Elizabeth Arismendi

Development planning: Elba Caro

Economy & public finance: Luis Alberto Arce

Education: Roberto Aguilar

Environment & water: Julieta Monje

Foreign affairs: David Choquehuanca

Health & sports: Sonia Polo

Hydrocarbons & energy: José Luis Gutiérrez

Institutional transparency: Nardi Suxo

Interior: Wilfredo Chávez

Justice: Nilda Copa

Labour & employment: Daniel Santalla Tórrez

Mining: José Pimentel

Presidency: Carlos Romero

Production & development: Ana Teresa Morales

Public works & services: Wálter Delgadillo

Rural development & land: Nemesia Achacollo

 

Acting Central Bank preident

Marcelo Zabalag

 

 

Source: country.eiu.com

2012-03-19


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