Prensa 31 expresidentes iberoamericanos ya han firmado la Declaración de Panamá

14.04.15.- Los expresidentes de Argentina, Fernando de la Rúa; de Brasil, Fernando H. Cardoso; de Chile, Ricardo Lagos; de Ecuador, Sixto Durán Ballén; de Panamá, Ricardo Martinelli, y de República Dominicana, Hipólito Mejía, se han sumado a la Declaración de Panamá tras su presentación el pasado 9 de abril. Con estas nuevas firmas, ya son 31 los exjefes de Estado y de Gobierno iberoamericanos que han rubricado el documento en el que denuncian la situación que sufre Venezuela.

Prensa Santos ratifies his mandate before a strong opposition

The president Juan Manuel Santos (50.95%) finally won with almost six points over Óscar Iván Zuluaga (45%) the ballots were opened until the counting of the votes and were marked almost exclusively by the debate on peace, the dialogue with the guerrillas and its conditions. For twenty years in Colombia there were not presidential elections with such a tight difference, when Ernesto Samper won with little difference against the future president Andrés Pastrana. However, abstention was not avoided by the high electoral rivalry and reached 54% and only 16 million people out of the 33 million voters exercise their right.

Prensa Colombia's New Political Map

Last Sunday legislative elections were held in Colombia, just three months after a presidential election in which President Juan Manuel Santos opts for a second term of four years. The candidate coming out of these elections will have to discuss the results of the negotiations with the FARC, which still continue in Cuba. That's why the new composition of Congress is so important to identify the different actors and their importance with regard to upcoming events. 

Prensa Aznar states that “Europe needs more sources of growth to create employment”

/27.09.13/.- José María Aznar participated on Friday, September 27 in the Annual Concordia Summit in New York, where he stated that “Europe needs more sources of growth to create employment.” Aznar particularly referred to “four pillars of an economic nature but of great political importance”: a real banking union, the free trade and investment agreement with the United States, the deepening in the single European market and the development of a common energy policy.

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Prensa 31 expresidentes iberoamericanos ya han firmado la Declaración de Panamá

04.14.2015. 14.04.15.- Los expresidentes de Argentina, Fernando de la Rúa; de Brasil, Fernando H. Cardoso; de Chile, Ricardo Lagos; de Ecuador, Sixto Durán Ballén; de Panamá, Ricardo Martinelli, y de República Dominicana, Hipólito Mejía, se han sumado a la Declaración de Panamá tras su presentación el pasado 9 de abril. Con estas nuevas firmas, ya son 31 los exjefes de Estado y de Gobierno iberoamericanos que han rubricado el documento en el que denuncian la situación que sufre Venezuela.

Prensa Santos ratifies his mandate before a strong opposition

06.17.2014. The president Juan Manuel Santos (50.95%) finally won with almost six points over Óscar Iván Zuluaga (45%) the ballots were opened until the counting of the votes and were marked almost exclusively by the debate on peace, the dialogue with the guerrillas and its conditions. For twenty years in Colombia there were not presidential elections with such a tight difference, when Ernesto Samper won with little difference against the future president Andrés Pastrana. However, abstention was not avoided by the high electoral rivalry and reached 54% and only 16 million people out of the 33 million voters exercise their right.

Prensa Colombia's New Political Map

03.12.2014. Last Sunday legislative elections were held in Colombia, just three months after a presidential election in which President Juan Manuel Santos opts for a second term of four years. The candidate coming out of these elections will have to discuss the results of the negotiations with the FARC, which still continue in Cuba. That's why the new composition of Congress is so important to identify the different actors and their importance with regard to upcoming events. 

Prensa Aznar states that “Europe needs more sources of growth to create employment”

09.27.2013.  José María Aznar participated on Friday, September 27 in the Annual Concordia Summit in New York, where he stated that “Europe needs more sources of growth to create employment.” Aznar particularly referred to “four pillars of an economic nature but of great political importance”: a real banking union, the free trade and investment agreement with the United States, the deepening in the single European market and the development of a common energy policy.

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11.05.2009.