The Ley no. 1777 código de minería del 17 de marzo de 1997 is the Mining Code of Bolivia, which was enacted in 1997. The code sets out the legal framework for the exploration, exploitation, and commercialization of mining resources in Bolivia. The code also regulates the rights and obligations of mining companies, including the procedures for obtaining mining licenses, mining concessions, and environmental permits. The code also outlines the responsibilities of mining companies with respect to labor relations, safety, and environmental protection. The Mining Code of Bolivia was introduced to promote the sustainable development of the mining sector and to ensure that mining activities are conducted in a responsible and environmentally friendly manner.