Why does Bolivia have more than one capital?
Answer: La Paz is the administrative capital. Sucre historical capital.In addition to being the constitutional capital, the Supreme Court of Bolivia is located in Sucre, making it the judicial capital. Nonetheless, the Palacio Quemado (the Presidential Palace and seat of Bolivian executive power) is located in La Paz, as are the National Congress and Pluralization Electoral Organ.
Why does South Central Bolivia have more fertile land ?
Answer: The remaining two thirds of country of country are made up of the eastern lowlands in the Amazon Basin. The area is largely made up of tropical forests and grasslands. By 1996, 60% of Bolivian agriculture was channeled to markets, and 40% was subsistence farming.The leading commercial crops are soybeans, cotton, sugar, and coffee. Droughts and freezing weather in the west during the 1990s caused harvests to fall for basic crops like quinoa, potatoes, barley, and garden vegetables.
Why do the people in Bolivia become poor and how?
Answer: People can become poor from changing climatic patterns. Also, poor natural resources management practices. Right now would probably be because the economy is low and not many places are hiring and people that do work have gotten less hours of work, so that means less money. Another thing would be education. Some poeple don't finish High School and get a diploma so less people hire them.
How did Bolivia form part of the Spanish Empire?
Answer: Bolivia was a part of the Inca Empire while the Northern and Southern lowlands inhabited by independence tribes, during most of the Spanish Colonial period. In 1492, Spain drove out the last Moorish king of Granada. After their victory, the Spanish monarchs Ferdinand and Isabella allowed Christopher Columbus to try to reach India by sailing west. Columbus reached the islands off the coast of North America instead. Native tribesmen were called Indians because Columbus believed he was in India. That was the start of the Spanish colonization of the region.