Bolivia’s Transgender Citizens Recognized in ID Law

by Admin on September 13, 2016

Bolivia passed a new ID law that allows citizens to change their ID  to the gender they identify withlgbtq_0


Bolivia has joined Argentina, Colombia and Uruguay among the Latin American countries that recognize the LGBT community by passing a new ID law that permits them to update their genders on their State IDs according to Humanosphere.

Transgenders aged 18 and above can change their name, photos and gender on official documents under the new law.

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Vice President Alvaro García Linera said the law hopes to end the “social hypocrisy” in the country that has strong Catholic roots and whose citizens refuse to acknowledge the LGBT community.

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