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Erosión y desabastecimiento,
los beneficios del biodiesel
The biggest problem in Dominican Republic is and always will be the corruption, which does not allow the wealth (which grows 10% a year) to be redistributed equally among the people. Let’s hope that during the next four years new leaders arise, so the Dominican people do not have to choose the lesser out of two evils on the next elections. Let’s hope real options exist.
By Carmen María Arguello/ Seinforma Canada Correspondent
THE PETRÓLEOS MEXICANOS (PEMEX) PRIVATIZATION IS NOW A MATTER TO GET WORRIED
Energetic Reform and Media vs. Pacific Civil Resistance
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has been target of verbal attacks against his reputation and arguments, as a result of the Pacific Civil Resistance movement that he leads and all the claims against the Energetic Reform. The greater preoccupation and subject: the privatization of PEMEX
By Luis Alberto Vázquez / Seinforma Canada Correspondent
SME (MEXICAN ELECTRICITY TRADE UNION) KEEPS TURNING ITS BACK ON US
Trade Union Marches: The Usual Ritual
To be present at a trade union demonstration is to witness a performance, even when the stage is built by a historic trade union, such as SME. During the 2008 Winter-Spring season it came out playing its part, representing the LFC (Light and Force of the Centre).
By José Osvaldo Torres / Seinforma Canada Correspondent
Campaign against State Terrorism in Colombia.
Agencia de Noticias en Pie, together with the colleagues of Amigos de la Paz en Colombia y en el Mundo and with everyone who wishes to join, they will start an international campaign to obtain signatures for Colombia, against State Terrorism and against the crimes committed in that land every day. Agencia de Noticias en Pie & Amigos de la Paz en Colombia y en el Mundo.
Agencia de Noticias en Pie / Seinforma Canada
PRESIDENT LEONEL FERNANDEZ FACES URGENT CHALLENGES: CORRUPTION AND FOOD CRISIS
The same bitter soup for four more years for the Dominicans
THE CIVIC POLL ON THE ELECTRICAL ENERGY REFORM ON JULY 27th WAS A GOOD DEMOCRATIC ENTERPRISE, NOT A DEMOCRATIC EXERCISE
The electoral democracy covers up responsabilities
The current article is focused on the problems of a narrow and manipulative democracy as the one built in Mexico, when it only takes into account the electoral dimension. The civic poll about the electrical energy reform that was carried out in July in Mexico´s city is an example of that.
AN ARGENTINEAN GRANNY WANTS HER GRANDDAUGHTER BACK BACK AFTER 32 YEARS OF DISAPPEARENCE
Clara Anahí, we are still looking for you
Chicha Mariani, founder of “Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo”, is already very old. She wants to be alive for meeting her granddaughter again. Let´s make it reach Clara Anahí!
PARAMILITARY-DRUG DEALER PRESIDENT FOREVER?
The implications of the presidential re-election in Colombia
How is it possible in a democracy for an electoral and constitutional amendment to be illegal due to the connection of illegal votes among their honorable members and for a presidential reelection to be legal?
By Ronald Duarte/ Seinforma Canada Correspondent
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THE MILITARIZATION IN MEXICO
Calderon’s front: the war against drug trafficking
The testimony of Calderon’s failure is the 4,000 deaths related to organized crime during the course of the year. The war goes on, but the low prices and the drug availability in the United States are a proof that the traffic hasn’t been reduced.
By Ana Paula Coquet / Seinforma Canada Correspondent
Migrations: Routes, Dreams and Reality
Nicaragua Still Struggles
for Freedom of Expression
"I am a survivor"
History is said to be cyclical, only the actors change but the script turns out to be the same. 30 years ago, a dynasty was knocked down in Nicaragua by a revolution leaded by who is now behaving the exact same way as the one he toppled.
By Jose Daniel Rodriguez-Arrieta/ Seinforma Correspondent
NEW TELEPHONE COMPANY’S FOREIGN ASSOCIATE IS A BIG LOSS
Bogota’s Broken Telephone!
The mayor of Bogota and the city’s telephone company’s shareholders are probably on tenterhooks for having approved such historic decision that will foster unemployment and rise the cost of living.
By Catalina Ruiz Parra/ Seinforma Canada Correspondent
Historical Frame of the Haitian Migrations
NO to US Military Bases in Colombia
Some of the situations that generated the internal armed conflict in Peru during the 80’s and 90’s were the exclusion, the gap between rich and poor, and the State absence, conditions that opened the path to Sendero Luminoso’s terrorist response.
THE “FUNCTIONALITY” OF A SYSTEM IN MEXICO:
Corporatism Over Democracy
Although it is not unique to Mexico that the opposition take control of power legislation requiring the Executive to negotiate its political agenda, the historic balance marks a functionality that plays a form of political system based on a simulated democracy legitimated by the dominant elite.
By: Jose Osvaldo Torres/ Seinforma Correspondent
NATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS IN PERU AND ECUADOR HAVE SIMILAR ROOTS
Governments Don’t Listen
To Our Native People
South America is characterized by the presence of large aboriginal communities in its territory and the similarity of the events occurred in Peru and Ecuador teaches us that the worst consequence of the increasing lack of dialogue in the area is the loss of lives of the citizens who dare declaring their opposition.
By: Carolina Baca/ Seinforma Correspondent