Bolivia, Nov 6.- The president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, today inaugurated a modern school in Potosi department as part of the activities for the 207 anniversary of the Liberation Cry of that territory.
During the ceremony, Morales ratified the Government's commitment to the development of education at all levels in order to ensure the future of Bolivia.
In contrast to the neo-liberal era (1985-2005), now the State allocates resources to the building of schools, the delivery of school supplies and laptop computers, added the president.
After a disbursement of more than 800 thousand dollars, the modern infrastructure will benefit nearly 600 students as part of the program changes, Bolivia Evo meets.
Driven in 2006 by Morales, this initiative manages and finances the construction of social works throughout the country, including housing, schools, hospitals and sports facilities.
Since last week, the president fulfills an intensive agenda of work in Potosi on the occasion of the 207 anniversary of the Liberation Cry of that department.
Each November 10, that territory paid tribute to those who in 1810 took up arms and took prisoner to the Spanish Governor Francisco de Paula. (Text and photo: PL)