Bolivian Laws to Be Translated into Native Tongues

LA PAZ – President of Plural Justice Commission of the Senate (senators) in Bolivia, Sandra Soriano, reported on Saturday that the organic laws of the nation will be translated into native languages to socialize them.

According to Soriano, the commission decided to open a second phase of socialization of these rules, translating the laws in all languages required, concerning the various populations in the country.

The commission assumed responsibility before our people and features a second agenda of socialization of the five laws in the language where each region consider,, may be in Quechua, Aymara, Guarani among others, Soriano said.

A second phase will include audiovisual materials, and various teaching resources, but the process is fully implemented after the enactment of the five basic laws until the July 22.

Two of the five fundamental laws considered fundamental were already promulgated by President Evo Morales, the Plurinational Election Boby and the Judiciary.

Electoral System Law and Framework of Autonomy and Decentralization Law are still to be discussed and approved in the various legislative bodies.

Source: Inside Costa Rica


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