Three new indigenous languages to be officially added to Bolivian Constitution

By Prensa Latina, 29 April
Pedro Apala, General Director of the Plurinational Institute for the Study of Languages and Cultures (photo credit: Prensa Latina)
Pedro Apala, General Director of the Plurinational Institute for the Study of Languages and Cultures (photo credit: Prensa Latina)
La Paz, (Prensa Latina) Joaquiniano, Paunaka and Kumsa are three new indigenous languages that will be added to all 36 tongues existing and recognized officially by the Political Constitution of the State of Bolivia, local media reported. The general director of the Plurinational Institute for the Study of Languages and Cultures (IPELEC), Pedro Apala, noted that those languages, which have a comparative grammar and vocabularies and are spoken in several regions of the country, will be recognized this year.
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