There are just too many articles to link to. Suffice to say if you search bolivia gender parity law you’ll see any number of stories.
I try to like Bolivia and hold out hope it won’t go the way of Hugoland. History is essentially why I have the view I do regards Bolivia.I have to say I am a bit disappointed in Morales latest feat though.
The gender parity coup he has unleashed will either allow all Bolivians to view females in position of authority as a good thing,or it will swerve the nation onto a slippery road backwards. I am thinking the levels of affirmative action that has occurred makes the latter more likely,at least on the short term.
The system that has been activated basically sets up two things to become reality. These don’t necessarily need to happen singularly either. More the pity.
A case can be made that the females are as open to the disease of corruption and ineptness as anyone that has come before them.So no matter their potential one must deal with that being in the negative column.
It can also be said that the new girls on the block are really nothing more than window dressing,trophy pols. None of them are to be found within the inner circles of Morales policy making wing.So they are photo ops and policy shills.
In the greater movement towards socialism they play only the minor role of having vagina’s and an office.