All the chats in Bolivia

  1. Chats in Chuquisaca
  2. Chats in Cochabamba
  3. Chats in El Beni
  4. Chats in La Paz
  5. Chats in Oruro
  6. Chats in Pando
  7. Chats in Potosí
  8. Chats in Santa Cruz
  9. Chats in Tarija

Bolivia, officially the Plurinational State of Bolivia, is a sovereign country located in the central-western region of South America, politically it is constituted as a plurinational state, decentralized with autonomies. It is organized in nine departments. Its capital is Sucre, seat of the judicial organ. La Paz is the seat of the executive, legislative and electoral bodies, it is also the political, cultural and financial epicenter of the country. It has a population of about 10.1 million inhabitants according to the last census of 2012. It borders to the north and the east with Brazil, to the south with Paraguay and Argentina, and to the west with Chile and Peru.

It is a landlocked state and constitutionally maintains a territorial claim to Chile for a sovereign exit to the Pacific Ocean. Its surface is the sixth largest in Latin America and includes different geographical areas such as the Andes, the Altiplano, the Amazon, the Llanos de Moxos and the Chaco, being one of the countries with the greatest biodiversity in the world. In its territory, ancient civilizations such as Tiwanaku, the Hydraulic Culture of Las Lomas, the Moxeña culture, the Aymara Nation that survives to the present day were developed. First the Incas and later the Spanish conquerors dominated the territory until the country became independent in 1825. That is why Bolivia in its current state constitution declared itself as a plurinational country by recognizing that in its territory pre-exist several nations whose Origins even predate the arrival of Spanish colonization.

Bolivia is a middle-income country that has led the economic growth of the South American region for more than a decade and is a founding member of the United Nations, IMF, OAS, ALBA and Unasur. It is in the process of joining Mercosur. It is currently ranked as one of the three safest countries in Latin America.