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Correa does not rule out standing for the president of Ecuador

Former Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa does not rule out standing as a presidential candidate for Ecuador to rebuild Ecuador and promote its socio-economic development. "We (the management during its administration) are making the economy grow. in 2017 2.4%; in 2018 already with the government of Lenin Moreno, 1.4%; In 2019 we will lose weight, unemployment, insecurity, poverty have risen and …

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Venezuelans in the US: Caught between two crises

09-11-19.-They fled the crisis that displaced millions of Venezuelans and plummeted with another migrant to the US, where hope for asylum has turned into days and even long months in jail , reported the agency Efe. These are Venezuelans who have traveled hundreds of miles in the wake of Mexico to the US] "I fled my country for fear of …

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The ALBA states support Morales in attempted coups in Bolivia

On Tuesday, members of the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of America – Trade Agreements (ALBA-TCP) expressed their support for President Evo Morales in the face of violent events in Bolivia promoted by radical opposition groups, The Manifesto issued by a statement by Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza. "The ALBA-TCP countries reject the violent actions of leaders who are. They …

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Alberto Fernández: The Puebla group will be the Latin American authority

The 2nd meeting of the Puebla Group, the forum of progressive leaders of the Latin American region, was held this Saturday in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, with a message from the recently released former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and with hope A better way for Latin America in the coming times. Lula started the event with …

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Fernández winks at Latin America's center-left receptionists in Argentina

Fernández blinks in the middle of Latin America and welcomes the leaders in Argentina Argentina's elected president, Alberto Fernández, opened the Puebla Group's meeting in Buenos Aires on Saturday to support Latin America's center-left party, which seeks to maintain a delicate political balance during its transition to December Presidency. After winning the October elections, the moderate Peronist Fernández has brought …

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Governor and Mayor withdraw from violence in Bolivia

Two officials from the Potosí mining region in southern Bolivia resigned their posts on Saturday amid the wave of violence following the re-election of President Evo Morales. "I will not hold responsible," said the governor of the department of Potosí, Juan Carlos Cejas. Explaining the reason for his resignation, he said, "I will not risk my family." He added that …

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Horas de ofensiva golpista en Bolivia | Opinion

Son días y horas de ofensiva golpista en Bolivia. El intento de derrocar al presidente Evo Morales cobra fuerza, territorio y capacidad de acción. Como una bala anunciada que llega de frente y tiene fecha: antes del próximo martes. Ese día el país sabrá el resultado de la auditoría de la cual participa la organización de Estados Americanos (OEA), si …

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Alemania conmemora 30 años de la caída del Muro de Berlín

(CNN) – Líderes europeos se reunieron en Berlín este sábado para conmemorar 30 años de la caída del muro que dividió la ciudad entre el este y el este, mientras la canciller de Alemania, Angela Merkel, instó a Europa a defender la democracia y la libertad. Líderes de Europa central and oriental reunieron en la capital alemana para conmemorar the …

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"One Million Pesos for Dead Veneco"

08-11-19.-In the province of Alto de Ventaquemada in the Colombian town of Boyacá, at the entrance to a farm, a fence was found saying: "You pay a million pesos per Veneco killed by rats, Best regards, for the safety of Ventaquemada. " According to Vivian, a Venezuelan worker running a grocery store near the resort said" we wake up today …

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President Evo Morales denounces a coup attempt by "violent" groups

President Evo Morales denounces a coup d'état of "violent" groups Evo Morales, president of Bolivia, denounced a coup d'état in the country on Saturday, November 9, after police riots broke out in several cities in the country. Democracy is under threat of coup d'état initiated by violent groups that undermine the constitutional order. We denounce this attack on the rule …

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