• Prominent lawyers and legal organizations call for protective measures and safe passage for Bolivian citizen Juan Ramon Quintana

    Spanish The National Lawyers Guild (NLG), The International Association of Democratic Lawyers (IADL) and the American Association of Jurists (AAJ) strongly condemn the politically motivated persecution by the de facto regime in Bolivia against members of former president Evo Morales’s government, in particular, former Minister of the Presidency and Ambassador Juan Ramón Quintana, and the […]

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  • NLG statement on the military coup in Bolivia

    English | Spanish The National Lawyers Guild (NLG) strongly condemns the military coup that took place in Bolivia on November 10, followed by the self-declared presidency of extreme right-wing Bolivian senator Jeanine Áñez, in violation of the Constitution of Bolivia. There is strong evidence that U.S. elected officials and agencies worked to foment this coup […]

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  • NLG joins letter to UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on the coup in Bolivia

    Various organizations of jurists and lawyers, NGOs, social movements and trade unions from around the world – including the National Lawyers Guild and the International Association of Democratic Lawyers – wrote to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, to call upon her to strongly condemn the human rights violations taking place in […]

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  • Informe sobre Delegación a Bolivia Enero 2– 10, 2007

    Beth Baltimore, Brooklyn, NY Antoine J. Bastien van der Meer, Lane, OK Melissa Brennan, New York, NY Mark Burton, Boulder, CO Mercedes Castillo, CA RESUMEN EJECUTIVO Bolivia es un país que atraviesa una transformación histórica. Colonizado y recolonizado por el capital extranjero, durante muchos siglos esta nación sudamericana ha sido el campo de juego para […]

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  • NLG Delegation to Bolivia Releases Report

    Bolivia is a country on the brink of a historic transformation. Colonized over and over by foreign capitol, for many centuries the South American nation has been a playing field for wealthy elites. Bolivia now has the opportunity to emerge from the economic domination of the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and American transnationals […]

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