Ministry of Cultures (Bolivia)

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This article is about the ministry in Bolivia. For Ministries of Culture (singular), see Ministry of Culture.
Ministry of Cultures
Ministry overview
Formed 2009
Jurisdiction Bolivia
Headquarters La Paz
Minister responsible
Child agencies
  • Vice-Ministry of Decolonization
  • Vice-Ministry of Interculturalism
  • Vice-Ministry of Tourism
Website Ministerio de Culturas

The Ministry of Cultures is a Bolivian government ministry which formulates and implements policies in the fields of culture and tourism.

The Ministry was formed through Chapter XX of Supreme Decree 29894, issued by President Evo Morales on 7 February 2009.[1]

Date Began Date Ended Minister Notes
Feb 2009 Jan 2010 Pablo César Groux Canedo Previously headed the Vice-Ministry of Cultures from 7 March 2007
23 Jan 2010 16 Feb 2011 Zulma Yugar Appointed as part of Evo Morales' second term cabinet.[2]
16 Feb 2011 23 Jan 2012 Elizabeth Salguero[3]
23 Jan 2012 19 Feb 2015 Pablo César Groux Canedo Former Minister re-appointed
19 Feb 2015 Marko Machicao Elevated from Vice Minister of Tourism[4]

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