Plurinational State of Bolivia
10,725,000 (2015 UNDESA)
Under the 2009 constitution, governmental bodies must select as co-official, alongside Spanish, at least one of 36 listed indigenous languages, the choice dependent on a number of stated factors, including use, circumstances, local preferences, etc. Predominant choices would be Quechua and Aymara
95% (2012 World Bank)
American Sign Language
Campbell 1997, Campbell and King 2011, Crevels 2007
The number of individual languages listed for Bolivia is 45. Of these, 43 are living and 2 are extinct. Of the living languages, 39 are indigenous and 4 are non-indigenous. Furthermore, 2 are institutional, 8 are developing, 4 are vigorous, 12 are in trouble, and 17 are dying.
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