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However, the women did not like this idea, because they thought their opportunity would take away from their husband's opportunity to earn money.
Another reason was that there was another responsibility placed on the women besides taking care of their families.
During the election of 2009, the number of women elected to parliamentary positions rose from 14 percent to 28 percent.
Adela Zamudio(AZ) is known as a group of women that seeks to empower and educate indigenous women about structure in community development work among men and women, and also to let them know how to be involved in that.
The purpose of AZ was to have indigenous women to participate more in development work in a political manner.
They were given the option to create a stone pathway and would be paid for their work.
If this project is what the women wanted to do, then the two middle-class women would bring the project proposal to the mayor's office in order to start the project.
Women earned the right to vote in 1952 as part of the Bolivian Social Revolution.