The president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, today asked the country's new lawyers for his commitment to improve Bolivian justice, including his own daughter Evaliz, who was sworn in as an attorney before his father.
The president presided over the oath of 268 new lawyers at an event at the headquarters of the Bolivian government in La Paz, among which was his daughter Evaliz, who graduated in July of this year in Law at the La Paz campus of the Catholic University of Bolivia .
"A few months ago I was proud to see you finish your studies, today I saw you swear as an attorney, as the first professional, you will be an example for the new generations of our family," Morales wrote on Twitter.
Evo Morales, of peasant origin, managed to study until bachelor while working in jobs as a bricklayer, baker and trumpeter.
The head of state congratulated his daughter convinced that she will be "a great professional committed to the people."
"We need committed lawyers to put an end to the slowness of justice, we hope their contribution and service to the Bolivian people," he said in the social network in a message for the new professionals.
When he went to greet the new lawyers, the father embraced his daughter, who was among the rest of her classmates and showed her newly received accreditation to practice as a lawyer before the cameras.
With this delivery of credentials in this act, the number of registered in the Public Registry of Lawyers in Bolivia to practice the profession is 69.109, according to a report by the Bolivian Ministry of Justice.