Posted Jan 22, 2013By
Celebrations took place in front of the Bolivian government palace in La Paz marking the third year of the new Pluri-national state of Bolivia and President Evo Morales’ eighth continuous year of government, the second longest government in the history of Bolivia, in La Paz January 22, 2013. Morales, Bolivia’s first indigenous president, took office on January 22, 2006, after winning the presidential election with 53.7% and he was re-elected for a second term on 2010-2015 with 64% of the votes according local media.
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