Geographic post of the day.
This is kind of a geopolitical bit of news, but it has some geographic implications that will get geographers worked up, and possibly force poor students to re-memorize the capitals of Latin American countries.
Bolivian Marxist President Evo Morales has decided that he needs to move the administrative capital from La Paz to Sucre. Sucre was once the proper capital of the country, but once the economy shifted from the lowlands to the mining of the highlands of Bolivia, the administrative portion moved to La Paz, leaving the judicial branch in Sucre.
That’s not all he’s doing either. The protests have begun, but does Bolivia have the guts to throw this guy out?