Bolivia Politics

Bolivia Politics, Population and Geography

General information: Bolivia, named after the independence fighter Simon BOLIVAR, liberated from Spanish rule in 1825; a significant part of its subsequent history is a series of almost 200 coups. Comparatively democratic civilian rule was established in the 1980s, but the leaders faced difficult problems of deep-rooted poverty, social unrest and drug production. Current challenges […]

Bolivia Entry Requirements

Bolivia Entry Requirements

Passport and visa regulations Nationalities Passport required visa required Return ticket required Turkey Yes no Yes Other EU countries Yes No/1 Yes Switzerland Yes no Yes Austria Yes no Yes Germany Yes no Yes Passport information Generally required, must still be valid for at least 6 months upon entry. Identification is required in Bolivia. Note […]

Bolivia Brief History

Bolivia Brief History

According to Areacodesexplorer, Bolivia is often called “South Tibet of South America” ​​due to the country’s high and isolated location, without its own coastline. Bolivia is dominated by the Native American population and their culture, about 65% of the country’s population is of Native American descent. The number of different Native American groups amounts to […]

Bolivia History after the 1952 Revolution

Bolivia History after the 1952 Revolution

In the presidential elections of 7 May 1951, V. Paz Estenssoro, the candidate of the Social Revolutionary and pro-Indian Movimiento Nacionalista Revolucionario (MNR), the strongest party in Bolivia with broad supporters among the miners and the rural population, was victorious. Paz Estenssoro’s inauguration was prevented by a military coup. Thereupon the miners led by Juan […]