Bolivia - Bolivia pital: Sucre (constitutional, judicial)...

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Bolivia pital:  Sucre (constitutional, judicial) La Paz (administrative) Population:  9,147,816 (2008) Four official languages spoken: Spanish North Bolivian Quechua South Bolivian Quechua Central Aymara
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Bolivian Culture High sense of Collectivism 95% of population is Catholic Masculinity: -no equity by gender -men have high positions and women have domestic positions Farmers view Coca as their livelihood Coca used in Bolivian medicine and everyday products
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Bolivian Culture Attitudes towards: Family: -very close relationships -traditional roles Material Wealth:  -upper class enjoy a more modern culture -lower class worry about the necessities
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Form of government:  Democratic Republic Levels of government:  Executive Branch, Legislative Branch, Judicial Branch Nationalization: On May 1 st , 2006 Natural Gas was nationalized Socialization: Election of Evo Morales has brought socialist aspects to Bolivia Tax Laws: 
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