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[RED DEMOCRATICA] OP.: "¡Es el Presidente!"... pero ¿qué Presidente?

 

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“¡Es el Presidente!”… pero ¿qué Presidente?
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El contralmirante AP (r) Manuel Ponce Feijóo a su salida de la audiencia en Palacio de Justicia (Foto:La República).
Por Romina Mella.- En la audiencia del martes 28 de junio pasado por el caso BTR-Petroaudios, el contralmirante AP (r) Manuel Ponce Feijóo no solo dio detalles sobre su relación con el presidente Alan García, sino que aseguró al Tribunal que preside el magistrado Iván Sequeiros, que dentro del material que se le incautó y que se revisó en la Dirandro había conversaciones grabadas de García. [ver más]
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Por donde se mire nos rodean los signos de transición y cambio. La grisura del invierno no deprime las esperanzas cortesanas, las ansiedades mal aguantadas, el zumbar de la segundilla y, detrás de eso, las maniobras de fondo para hacer de la derrota un empate y de éste un beneficio. A continuación, dos casos y comentarios.

Conocí a Rosa María Palacios recién el año dos mil o el 2001, cuando regresé definitivamente al Perú. Antes, ella no era periodista sino una abogada que, en cierto momento, había trabajado con algún personaje del gobierno de Fujimori.
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[RED DEMOCRATICA] NOTAS: RESPUESTA A UNA SOLA PREGUNTA...(Power Point) [1 Attachment]

 
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Hola mi Hijo: I though you may find in these words some similarity to your thinking. I hope translation is not a problem.
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[RED DEMOCRATICA] Ideelemail Nº 705: Solidaridad con Rosa María Palacios, en defensa de la libertad de expresión

Nº705, 30 de junio del 2011

Solidaridad con Rosa María Palacios, en defensa de la libertad de
expresión

El IDL se suma a quienes han protestado por la decisión del grupo
El Comercio de no renovarle el contrato a la periodista Rosa
María Palacios, como conductora del programa Prensa Libre.

Creemos que las verdaderas razones, no son las que se alegan como
pretexto, sino la intolerancia frente a un periodismo
independiente y plural.

Esta decisión, nos parece que es la continuación de la línea
parcializada que ha venido siguiendo dicho grupo, a favor del
fujimorismo, durante todo el proceso electoral.

Nos preocupa el cerco informativo que nuevamente se está
construyendo en el país, muy similar al que existió en los años
de Fujimori y Montesinos.

Es sumamente grave, sobre todo porque se da en una época en la
que se inicia un nuevo régimen presidido por Ollanta Humala,
quien sufrió los embates de una guerra sucia por parte de la
mayoría de los medios de comunicación.

Así mismo, la carencia de una información objetiva y plural, es
especialmente alarmante, si se tiene en cuenta que viene
discutiéndose decisiones cuestionables, como es el ilegal indulto
a Fujimori, o los actos de corrupción que involucran a altas
autoridades de este Gobierno.

Invocamos a los sectores democráticos del país y a la comunidad
internacional, a expresar su solidaridad con la periodista Rosa
María Palacios y a defender activamente la libertad de expresión
del Perú.
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[RED DEMOCRATICA] INFOR.: Encuesta... apoyo a Castañeda y Villarán

 

    Comparo el  respaldo que ha recibido la alcaldesa de Lima Susana Villarán en los seis primeros meses de su gestión, con el que tuvo el alcalde Luis Castañeda en su último medio año.  Cabe precisar que Castañeda renunció en octubre de 2010 para postular a la Presidencia, por tanto su evaluación abarca de de mayo a octubre.

    Veamos el apoyo de ambos siguiendo el enlace del Instituto del Perú.

   Saludos de Manuel RH

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[RED DEMOCRATICA] Highlights of news coverage from June 25th - July 1st 2011

 

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» The IMF selected Christine Lagarde as its new managing director. Ms Lagarde was the front-runner for the job from the moment Dominique Strauss-Kahn resigned in May. Her appointment came after America, China, Brazil and others lined up to back her bid, though some emerging-market countries continued to question the convention that only a European should head the fund. As French finance minister Ms Lagarde played a pivotal role in co-ordinating Europe's response to the euro area's debt crisis. See article

» François Baroin was named as France's new finance minister, replacing Ms Lagarde. A hawk on balanced budgets, one of Mr Baroin's first tasks was to prepare for a meeting of euro-area ministers to discuss more aid for Greece. See article


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» The Toronto and London stock exchanges scrapped their planned merger after failing to receive enough support from the Canadian operator's shareholders. The news was welcomed by Maple, an all-Canadian consortium that recently launched a hostile bid for the Toronto bourse.

» Bank of America agreed to pay $8.5 billion to settle claims that mortgage-backed securities sold by Countrywide Financial, a distressed bank that BofA bought in 2008, contained loans that fell short of underwriting guidelines on things like borrowers' income and credit scores. BofA will book charges totalling more than $20 billion in the second quarter because of the settlement and other toxic-mortgage-related claims. See article

» Lloyds Banking Group completed its strategic review. The bank, in which the British government retains a sizeable stake after a bail-out in 2009, is to shed a further 15,000 jobs and pull out of half the 30 countries in which it currently operates.

» The Federal Reserve cut banks some slack on debit-card fees, one of the most controversial parts of the Dodd-Frank reforms. They will be allowed to charge double the 12 cents per transaction permitted under an earlier proposal, though this is still much less than the 44-cents average take today.


The wrong bet

» News Corporation finally managed to sell off its troubled Myspace social-networking site in a deal that values the business at $35m. News Corp paid $580m for it in 2005. At the time, Rupert Murdoch, News Corp's boss, hailed it as a "great opportunity" and described Myspace as "one of the web's hottest properties".

» After a three-month review the British government said it was "minded to accept" News Corp's proposal to take full control of BSkyB, Britain's biggest provider of satellite-television. News Corp owns several British newspapers. Most of the British press (on the right as well as the left) argue that it should not also be allowed to own a big broadcaster. In response to those worries, News Corp has offered to spin off Sky News. The government will make its final decision on July 8th.

» Google's market dominance in internet searches came under renewed scrutiny. Just days after it confirmed that America's Federal Trade Commission had begun a formal investigation into its business practices, Google was taken to court by 1plusV, a French competitor which says it has been forced to choose Google's search methods in order to secure advertising services. See article

» The International Energy Agency, the rich world's energy club, announced that member countries would release a combined 60m barrels of oil from reserves to offset the disruption to supply in Libya. America is to provide half of this. The effect on oil prices was fleeting: they fell sharply after the IEA's intervention, but rebounded within a few days. OPEC advised the agency not to "disturb the market".

» Diageo, a global drinks company based in London, announced that Chinese regulators had approved its offer to take control of Shui Jing Fang, a well-known baijiu (or "white spirit") label. Diageo owns Gordon's Gin and Captain Morgan rum, among other brands. Its majority stake in a distinguished Chinese alcohol producer is seen by some as an indication that China is more open to foreign takeovers than had been thought, especially after Coca-Cola's attempted acquisition of a juice company was blocked in 2009.


Mortal Kombat

» America's Supreme Court struck down a law in California that had banned the sale of violent video games to children. The decision represents a big victory for the video-gaming industry, and is viewed as more proof that this may be the most business-friendly Supreme Court in decades. Writing for the majority, Justice Antonin Scalia maintained that there was "no tradition" in America of "restricting children's access to depictions of violence...‘Grimm's Fairy Tales', for example, are grim indeed."


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» Greece was again hit by strikes, protests and rioting, as the parliament voted in favour of a crucial new round of austerity measures and economic reforms. The European Union and the IMF are now expected to release the latest tranche of bail-out funds that Greece needs in order to avoid defaulting on its debt payments. Meanwhile, the French banking industry floated a proposal for an orderly restructuring of Greek debt that would involve private investors rolling over their holdings in bonds. See article

» In Britain public-sector workers ranging from teachers to court officials to immigration officers went on strike against the government's proposed changes to their pensions. See article

» Wen Jiabao, the Chinese prime minister, travelled to Hungary, Britain and Germany, signing billions of euros' worth of trade and investment deals and promising that China would lend a "helping hand" to troubled euro-zone peripheral countries. See article

» Martine Aubry, leader of the French Socialists, said she would stand for the party's nomination to run against Nicolas Sarkozy in next year's presidential election. The Socialists will choose their candidate in a primary vote in October. See article


The patient

» Venezuela suspended a development summit scheduled for July 5th because Hugo Chávez, the president, is still in Cuba recovering from surgery for a pelvic abscess. Mr Chávez has been out of the country for weeks, but Elías Jaua, the vice-president, has rejected calls to be sworn in as interim president during his absence.

» The outgoing government of Alan García in Peru rescinded a silver-mining concession granted to a Canadian company. The decision followed violent protests in the region of Puno to demand the cancellation of all mining and hydroelectric contracts in the country, which left five people dead.

» The Court of Appeal in Belize ruled that the country's 2009 nationalisation of Belize Telemedia was unconstitutional. The government says it will not return the company to its prior private owners unless they secure a separate judicial enforcement order. See article


Looking for justice

» The International Criminal Court at The Hague issued arrest warrants for Libya's leader, Colonel Muammar Qaddafi, his son, Saif al-Islam, and his intelligence chief, Abdulla al-Senussi, on charges of crimes against humanity. Meanwhile, rebel forces continued to advance on the capital, Tripoli. France confirmed that it had air-dropped weapons—mainly light arms and ammunition—to the rebels. See article

» More than 1,000 people were injured in clashes in Cairo's Tahrir Square between police and people protesting against the slow pace of reform. Egypt's prosecutor-general said he would form a committee to investigate the violence.

» At least 150 Syrian opposition figures met in public for the first time in the capital, Damascus, to declare their support for the uprising and call on President Bashar Assad to end his government's crackdown. Syria's army and security forces withdrew from Hama, the country's fourth-biggest city, where at least 73 people were reported to have been killed in clashes in June.

» Nigeria's government imposed a curfew on Abuja, the capital, after a series of attacks by Boko Haram, an Islamist sect. On June 26th, 25 people were killed when a beer-garden was bombed in the city of Maiduguri in the state of Borno; another ten people died in another attack in the city on the same day.

» Under an agreement brokered by the African Union, Ethiopia pledged to send 4,200 troops to keep the peace in the violently disputed oil-rich province of Abyei, which straddles the border between Sudan and South Sudan.

» The UN said that a drought in the Horn of Africa was the worst in more than 60 years and was affecting 10m people.


A green but unpleasant land

» Myanmar's state newspapers ran commentary warning Aung San Suu Kyi, the leader of the opposition democracy movement, that her continued political activity is unlawful and that her plan to tour the country could provoke chaos. The last time she toured the countryside her motorcade was attacked by a mob, apparently aligned with the government. Miss Suu Kyi was blamed for that incident.

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» Hu Jia, a prominent Chinese dissident, was granted a provisional form of release after three-and-a-half years in prison. Mr Hu was convicted of trying to subvert state power, after taking up the causes of AIDS patients and the environment. He was let out of prison only days after Ai Weiwei, a famous artist and activist, was allowed home on bail.

» Lee Teng-hui, who became president of Taiwan after a long period of rule by Chiang Kai-shek and his son and who is widely credited with advancing democracy in the country, was indicted on charges of embezzlement. Mr Lee, with pro-independence views, remains a powerful political voice in Taiwan.

» A UN-backed court in Cambodia conducted preliminary hearings in "Case 002", against the leaders of the Khmer Rouge for crimes committed in 1975-79. The case brings to trial the four highest-ranking members of the regime who are still alive, all of them old. Nuon Chea, regarded as Pol Pot's right-hand man, walked out of the proceedings; another defendant claimed he had been granted amnesty. See article

» In Afghanistan NATO helicopters were called on to help repel an attack by suicide-bombers and gunmen on the Inter-Continental Hotel in Kabul, where many Westerners stay. At least 22 people were killed, half of them civilians. The Haqqani network, an insurgent group with ties to the Taliban, is suspected. See article


Pride

» New York's legislature passed a bill legalising same-sex marriage that was quickly signed into law by Andrew Cuomo, the governor. The act doubles the number of gay American who can marry if they now wish. It is the biggest advance for gay rights in America since Massachusetts legalised gay nuptials in 2003. See article

» The first ruling by a federal appeals-court on Obamacare decided that the mandate that Americans must have health insurance is constitutional. The matter is expected to end up in the Supreme Court.


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