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BOLIVIA/
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January 20, 2010
Guatemalan Nobel Peace Laureate Rigoberta Menchu (R) talks with Bolivian indigenous leaders Leonilda...
La Paz, Bolivia
Guatemalan Nobel Peace Laureate Menchu talks with Bolivian indigenous leaders Zurita and Lazarte in La...
Guatemalan Nobel Peace Laureate Rigoberta Menchu (R) talks with Bolivian indigenous leaders Leonilda Zurita (C) and Silvia Lazarte in La Paz January 20, 2010. Menchu is on a visit to Bolivia to participate in Bolivian President Evo Morales' swearing-in ceremony on Tuesday in Tiawanaku. REUTERS/Gaston Brito (BOLIVIA - Tags: POLITICS)
BOLIVIA/
RTXPQWX
October 17, 2009
Former President of the Bolivian National Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte attends a rally at the...
Cochabamba, Bolivia
Former President of the Bolivian National Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte attends a rally at the...
Former President of the Bolivian National Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte attends a rally at the ALBA Summit in Cochabamba, October 17, 2009.REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA POLITICS)
BOLIVIA-CONSTITUTION/
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February 07, 2009
Bolivian President Evo Morales (L), accompanied by Silvia Lazarte, the president of the Constitutional...
El Alto, Bolivia
Bolivian President Evo Morales promulgates the new Constitution in El Alto
Bolivian President Evo Morales (L), accompanied by Silvia Lazarte, the president of the Constitutional Assembly, promulgates the new Constitution by signing it in a public gathering of thousands of his supporters in El Alto on the outskirts of La Paz February 7, 2009. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-POLITICS/
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February 29, 2008
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly President Silvia Lazarte (C) attends a ceremony in front of the presidential...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly President Silvia Lazarte attends a ceremony in La Paz
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly President Silvia Lazarte (C) attends a ceremony in front of the presidential palace in La Paz February 29, 2008. Bolivian lawmakers, in a hastily held session, voted on Thursday to hold a nationwide referendum on a controversial new constitution being pushed by President Evo Morales. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-POLITICS/
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February 29, 2008
Bolivian President Evo Morales (C) holds a document during a ceremony in front of the presidential palace...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivian President Evo Morales holds a document during a ceremony in La Paz
Bolivian President Evo Morales (C) holds a document during a ceremony in front of the presidential palace in La Paz February 29, 2008. Bolivian lawmakers, in a hastily held session, voted on Thursday to hold a nationwide referendum on a controversial new constitution being pushed by Morales. Also in the picture are indigenous leader from Santa Cruz Fidel Chavez (L), congressman Edmundo Novillo (2nd L), Vice President Alvaro Garcia Linera (2nd R) and Constituent Assembly president Silvia Lazarte (R) . REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-CONSTITUTION/
RTX4RTV
December 15, 2007
Bolivia's President Evo Morales shows the new constitution after receiving it from assembly President...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivia's President Morales shows new constitution after receiving it from assembly President Lazarte...
Bolivia's President Evo Morales shows the new constitution after receiving it from assembly President Silvia Lazarte in La Paz December 15, 2007. Bolivia's leftist government threatened to use force if four opposition provinces go ahead with plans to declare autonomy this weekend in a deepening conflict over constitutional reform. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-CONSTITUTION/
RTX4RTQ
December 15, 2007
Bolivia's President Evo Morales (L) shows the new constitution after receiving it from Assembly President...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivia's President Morales shows new constitution after receiving it from Assembly President Lazarte...
Bolivia's President Evo Morales (L) shows the new constitution after receiving it from Assembly President Silvia Lazarte (R) in La Paz December 15, 2007. Bolivia's leftist government threatened to use force if four opposition provinces go ahead with plans to declare autonomy this weekend in a deepening conflict over constitutional reform. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-CONSTITUTION/
RTX4RTP
December 15, 2007
Bolivia's President Evo Morales looks at the new constitution after receiving it from Assembly President...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivia's President Morales looks at new constitution after receiving it from Assembly President Lazarte...
Bolivia's President Evo Morales looks at the new constitution after receiving it from Assembly President Silvia Lazarte in La Paz December 15, 2007. Bolivia's leftist government threatened to use force if four opposition provinces go ahead with plans to declare autonomy this weekend in a deepening conflict over constitutional reform. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-CONSTITUTION/
RTX4RLZ
December 15, 2007
Bolivia's President Evo Morales (R) waves to crowd next to Bolivia's assembly President Silvia Lazarte...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivia's President Morales waves to crowd next to Bolivia's assembly President Lazarte during a ceremony...
Bolivia's President Evo Morales (R) waves to crowd next to Bolivia's assembly President Silvia Lazarte during a ceremony to receive the new constitution in La Paz, December 15, 2007. Bolivia's leftist government threatened to use force if four opposition provinces go ahead with plans to declare autonomy this weekend in a deepening conflict over constitutional reform. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-CONSTITUTION/
RTX4RLR
December 15, 2007
Bolivia's President Evo Morales (R) waves to crowd next to Bolivia's assembly President Silvia Lazarte...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivia's President Evo Morales waves to crowd next to Bolivia's assembly President Lazarte during a...
Bolivia's President Evo Morales (R) waves to crowd next to Bolivia's assembly President Silvia Lazarte during a ceremony to receive the new constitution in La Paz, December 15, 2007. Bolivia's leftist government threatened to use force if four opposition provinces go ahead with plans to declare autonomy this weekend in a deepening conflict over constitutional reform. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTX4R0R
December 15, 2007
Bolivia's assembly President Silvia Lazarte (R) holds the new constitution while Vice President Alvaro...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivia's assembly President Lazarte holds the new constitution while Vice President Alvaro Garcia Linera...
Bolivia's assembly President Silvia Lazarte (R) holds the new constitution while Vice President Alvaro Garcia Linera applauds during a ceremony in La Paz, December 14, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTX4R0P
December 15, 2007
A member of Bolivia's Constituent Assembly attends a ceremony where assembly President Silvia Lazarte...
La Paz, Bolivia
A member of Bolivia's Constituent Assembly attends a ceremony where assembly President Silvia Lazarte...
A member of Bolivia's Constituent Assembly attends a ceremony where assembly President Silvia Lazarte presented the new constitution in La Paz, December 14, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTX4R0N
December 15, 2007
Indigenous Bolivians attend a ceremony where assembly President Silvia Lazarte presented the new constitution...
La Paz, Bolivia
Indigenous Bolivians attend a ceremony where assembly President Silvia Lazarte presented the new constitution...
Indigenous Bolivians attend a ceremony where assembly President Silvia Lazarte presented the new constitution in La Paz, December 14, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTX4R0I
December 15, 2007
Supporters of Bolivian President Evo Morales attend a ceremony where Bolivia's peasant leader and assembly...
La Paz, Bolivia
Supporters of Bolivian President Morales attend a ceremony where Bolivia's peasant leader and assembly...
Supporters of Bolivian President Evo Morales attend a ceremony where Bolivia's peasant leader and assembly President Silvia Lazarte presented the new constitution in La Paz, December 14, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTX4R0F
December 15, 2007
Bolivia's peasant leader and assembly President Silvia Lazarte holds the new constitution during a ceremony...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivia's peasant leader and assembly President Silvia Lazarte holds the new constitution during a ceremony...
Bolivia's peasant leader and assembly President Silvia Lazarte holds the new constitution during a ceremony in La Paz, December 14, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTX4R0D
December 15, 2007
Bolivia's peasant leader and assembly President Silvia Lazarte (R) holds the new constitution while Vice...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivia's peasant leader and assembly President Lazarte holds the new constitution while Vice President...
Bolivia's peasant leader and assembly President Silvia Lazarte (R) holds the new constitution while Vice President Alvaro Garcia Linera looks on during a ceremony in La Paz, December 14, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-CONSTITUENT/
RTX4KFR
December 09, 2007
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly President Silvia Lazarte celebrates after finishing re-writing the new...
Oruro, Bolivia
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly President Silvia Lazarte celebrates after finishing re-writing the new...
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly President Silvia Lazarte celebrates after finishing re-writing the new Bolivian Constitution in Oruro, some 210km (130 miles) south of La Paz, December 9, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-CONSTITUENT/
RTX4KEE
December 09, 2007
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly president Silvia Lazarte (R) and vice-president Roberto Aguilar raise...
Oruro, Bolivia
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly president Silvia Lazarte and vice president Roberto Aguilar raise their...
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly president Silvia Lazarte (R) and vice-president Roberto Aguilar raise their arms after they finished re-writing the new Bolivian constitution in Oruro, some 210km (130 miles) south of La Paz, December 9,2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-CONSTITUENT/
RTX4K5F
December 09, 2007
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly President Silvia Lazarte speaks during a session in Oruro some 210 km...
Oruro, Bolivia
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly President Silvia Lazarte speaks during a session in Oruro
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly President Silvia Lazarte speaks during a session in Oruro some 210 km (130 miles) south of La Paz, December 9, 2007.The Constituent Assembly of Bolivia, controlled by the pro-government and guarded by brigades miners resumed their deliberations on Saturday to approve "in detail" a new constitution which will include presidential reelection and the "nationalization" of the economy. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-CONSTITUENT/
RTX4JNC
December 09, 2007
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly President Silvia Lazarte attends a session in Oruro some 210 km (130 miles)...
Oruro, Bolivia
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly President Silvia Lazarte attends a session in Oruro
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly President Silvia Lazarte attends a session in Oruro some 210 km (130 miles) south of La Paz, December 8, 2007. The Constituent Assembly of Bolivia, controlled by the pro-government and guarded by brigades miners, resumed their deliberations on Saturday to approve "in detail" a new constitution which will include presidential reelection and the "nationalization" of the economy.REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-CONSTITUENT/
RTX4JMC
December 09, 2007
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly President Silvia Lazarte speaks during a session in Oruro some 210 km...
Oruro, Bolivia
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly President Silvia Lazarte speaks during a session in Oruro
Bolivia's Constituent Assembly President Silvia Lazarte speaks during a session in Oruro some 210 km (130 miles) south of La Paz, December 8, 2007. The Constituent Assembly of Bolivia, controlled by the pro-government and guarded by brigades miners, resumed their deliberations on Saturday to approve "in detail" a new constitution which will include presidential re-election and the "nationalization" of the economy. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTX409F
November 24, 2007
Silvia Lazarte (C), President of Bolivian Constituent Assembly, sits next to vice-president Roberto Aguilar...
Sucre, Bolivia
Lazarte, President of Bolivian Constituent Assembly, sits next to vice-president Aguilar during a session...
Silvia Lazarte (C), President of Bolivian Constituent Assembly, sits next to vice-president Roberto Aguilar (L) during a session in La Glorieta on the outskirts of Sucre, November 24, 2007. Dozens were injured in violent street battles when protesters calling for the relocation of Bolivia's capital from La Paz to Sucre, clashed with police on Friday. Protesters were demanding the assembly to name the city "full capital". REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA-PROTEST/
RTX3ZJW
November 23, 2007
President of Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte (R), chats with vice-president Roberto Aguilar during...
Sucre, Bolivia
President of Constituent Assembly Lazarte chats with vice-president Aguilar during a constituent session...
President of Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte (R), chats with vice-president Roberto Aguilar during a constituent session in Sucre, November 23, 2007. Anti-goverment protesters try to stop an assembly session which leftist President Evo Morales has vowed to empower the indigenous majority. Sucre residents and opposition leaders want the assembly to name the city "full capital", which would imply moving Congress and all government offices from La Paz, a switch Morales' supporters oppose. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1TP0C
September 10, 2007
President of Bolivia's Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte (L) greets senator Leonilda Zurita during...
Sucre, Bolivia
President of Bolivia's Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte (L) greets senator Leonilda Zurita during...
President of Bolivia's Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte (L) greets senator Leonilda Zurita during a meeting in Sucre September 10, 2007. Thousands of supporters of leftist President Evo Morales, including indigenous people and coca growers, gathered at a stadium in the southern city of Sucre to express support for the assembly's rewriting of the country's constitution. Lazarte and Zurita are both from the MAS (Movement toward Socialism) party. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1TOZZ
September 10, 2007
President of Bolivia's Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte arrives for a meeting in Sucre September 10,...
Sucre, Bolivia
President of Bolivia's Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte arrives for a meeting in Sucre
President of Bolivia's Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte arrives for a meeting in Sucre September 10, 2007. Thousands of supporters of leftist President Evo Morales, including indigenous people and coca growers, gathered at a stadium in the southern city of Sucre to express support for the assembly's rewriting of the country's constitution. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1MC29
February 13, 2007
President of the Bolivian Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte (C) and unidentified members of the assembly...
Sucre, Bolivia
President of the Bolivian Constituent Assembly Lazarte and unidentified members of the assembly participate...
President of the Bolivian Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte (C) and unidentified members of the assembly participate in a session in Sucre February 12, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1MC25
February 13, 2007
President of the Bolivian Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte (R) stands next to the assembly's vice...
Sucre, Bolivia
President of the Bolivian Constituent Assembly Lazarte stands next to the assembly's vice president Aguilar...
President of the Bolivian Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte (R) stands next to the assembly's vice president Roberto Aguilar before the start of a session in Sucre February 12, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
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January 22, 2007
Bolivian Vice President Alvaro Garcia Linera (L) and Constituent Assembly President Silvia Lazarte arrive...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivian Vice President Garcia Linera and Constituent Assembly President Lazarte arrive at a Congress...
Bolivian Vice President Alvaro Garcia Linera (L) and Constituent Assembly President Silvia Lazarte arrive at a Congress to listen to President Evo Morales' report on the day of his first anniversary in office in La Paz January 22, 2007. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
TECH MICROSOFT QUECHUA
RTR1GOSS
August 25, 2006
Bolivian President of the Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte speaks during the official presentation...
Sucre, Bolivia
Bolivian President of the Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte speaks during the presentation of Microsoft...
Bolivian President of the Constituent Assembly Silvia Lazarte speaks during the official presentation of the first edition of Microsoft Windows released in Quechua, the language of the Incas and their descendants, in Sucre August 25, 2006. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA
RTR1G5K2
August 06, 2006
Indigenous Bolivian Silvia Lazarte is sworn in as president of the country's first constituent assembly,...
Sucre, Bolivia
Indigenous Bolivian Silvia Lazarte is sworn in as president of country's first constituent assembly in...
Indigenous Bolivian Silvia Lazarte is sworn in as president of the country's first constituent assembly, empowered to redraw the constitution, in Sucre August 6, 2006. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA
RTR1G5K0
August 06, 2006
Indigenous Bolivian Silvia Lazarte (R) is sworn in as president of the country's first constituent assembly,...
Sucre, Bolivia
Indigenous Bolivian Silvia Lazarte is sworn in as president of the country's first constituent assembly...
Indigenous Bolivian Silvia Lazarte (R) is sworn in as president of the country's first constituent assembly, as the assembly's vice president Roberto Aguilar swears in next to her, in Sucre August 6, 2006. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA
RTR1G5JW
August 06, 2006
Indigenous Bolivian Silvia Lazarte gives her first speech as president of the country's first constituent...
Sucre, Bolivia
Indigenous Bolivian Silvia Lazarte, president of the country's first constituent assembly, gives speech...
Indigenous Bolivian Silvia Lazarte gives her first speech as president of the country's first constituent assembly, empowered to redraw the constitution, in Sucre August 6, 2006. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA
RTR1G5JV
August 06, 2006
Indigenous Bolivian Silvia Lazarte reacts to applause after she was sworn in as president of the country's...
Sucre, Bolivia
Indigenous Bolivian Silvia Lazarte reacts to applause after she was sworn in as president of the country's...
Indigenous Bolivian Silvia Lazarte reacts to applause after she was sworn in as president of the country's first constituent assembly, empowered to redraw the constitution, in Sucre August 6, 2006. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA
RTR1G5JT
August 06, 2006
Indigenous Bolivian Silvia Lazarte gives her first speech as president of the country's first constituent...
Sucre, Bolivia
Indigenous Bolivian Silvia Lazarte, president of the country's first constituent assembly, gives speech...
Indigenous Bolivian Silvia Lazarte gives her first speech as president of the country's first constituent assembly, empowered to redraw the constitution, in Sucre August 6, 2006. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA
RTR1G5JD
August 06, 2006
Bolivian President Evo Morales (R) congratulates Silvia Lazarte after she was sworn in as president of...
Sucre, Bolivia
Bolivian President Evo Morales congratulates Silvia Lazarte after she was sworn in as president of the...
Bolivian President Evo Morales (R) congratulates Silvia Lazarte after she was sworn in as president of the country's first constituent assembly, empowered to redraw the constitution, in Sucre August 6, 2006. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA
RTR1G4GF
August 05, 2006
Bolivian elected president of the assembly Silvia Lazarte arrives to a meeting in Sucre August 5, 2006....
Sucre, Bolivia
Bolivian elected president of the assembly Silvia Lazarte arrives to a meeting in Sucre
Bolivian elected president of the assembly Silvia Lazarte arrives to a meeting in Sucre August 5, 2006. Bolivia's President Evo Morales will inaugurate a national assembly on Sunday tasked with rewriting the Bolivian constitution. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA
RTR1G4FY
August 05, 2006
Bolivian elected president of the assembly Silvia Lazarte (R), next to another member of the country's...
Sucre, Bolivia
Bolivian elected president of the assembly Silvia Lazarte arrives to a meeting in Sucre
Bolivian elected president of the assembly Silvia Lazarte (R), next to another member of the country's first constituent assembly arrives to a meeting in Sucre August 5, 2006. Bolivia's President Evo Morales will inaugurate a national assembly on Sunday tasked with rewriting the Bolivian constitution. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA
RTR1G3RR
August 05, 2006
Bolivian indigenous woman, Silvia Lazarte (L), who rose to politics along with President Evo Morales...
Sucre, Bolivia
Silvia Lazarte celebrates with another member of the country's first constituent assembly in Sucre
Bolivian indigenous woman, Silvia Lazarte (L), who rose to politics along with President Evo Morales as leader of the coca growers, celebrates with another member of the country's first constituent assembly after she was elected president of the assembly, empowered to redraw Bolivia's constitution, in Sucre, Bolivia, August 4, 2006. REUTERS/Jose Luis Quintana (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA
RTR1G3RN
August 05, 2006
Bolivian indigenous woman, Silvia Lazarte, who rose to politics along with President Evo Morales as leader...
Sucre, Bolivia
Silvia Lazarte celebrates after she was elected president of constituent assembly in Sucre
Bolivian indigenous woman, Silvia Lazarte, who rose to politics along with President Evo Morales as leader of coca growers, celebrates after she was elected president of the country's first constituent assembly, empowered to redraw Bolivia's constitution, in Sucre, Bolivia, August 4, 2006. REUTERS/Jose Luis Quintana (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA
RTR1G3RM
August 05, 2006
Bolivian indigenous woman, Silvia Lazarte (C), who rose to politics along with President Evo Morales...
Sucre, Bolivia
Silvia Lazarte celebrates with other members of the country's first constituent assembly in Sucre
Bolivian indigenous woman, Silvia Lazarte (C), who rose to politics along with President Evo Morales as the leader of coca growers, celebrates with other members of the country's first constituent assembly after she was elected president of the assembly, empowered to redraw Bolivia's constitution, in Sucre, Bolivia, August 4, 2006. REUTERS/Jose Luis Quintana (BOLIVIA)
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