Introducción: el esfuerzo de caracterización lo más realista posible; "las cosas como son".
Una vez más empiezo este breve análisis, con un esfuerzo concentrado de caracterización del estado actual. Este gobierno es de centro-derecha y está negociando todo, desde noviembre de 2014, a partir de la designación de un “Chicago Boy” - el ex ministro Joaquim Levy - para el Tesoro, a través de la ley de política anti-indígena y antiterrorista.
On Thursday, following repeated inquiries from hundreds of activists across the country, Hillary Clinton finally responded to questions about the her campaign's connections to the fossil fuel industry. Clinton’s response has since gone viral, and fossil fuel money in the election has become the focus of the campaign for the last three days.
In an 8-0 decision released today, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld “one person, one vote,” ruling in Evenwel v. Abbott that state legislative districts should continue to be drawn by total population, not total number of voters.
Statement by Common Cause President Miles Rapoport
“Today’s decision affirms one of our most fundamental values as Americans: that every person counts. We now turn our attention to the states to monitor and combat any effort to deprive millions of young people, non-citizen residents, and other non-voters of constitutional protections. Our nation’s charter begins with the words ‘We the People;’ that means everyone – not just those who vote – is entitled to equal representation at every level of government.”
More than 11 million leaked documents from one of the world's largest "off-shore" law firms reveal how the global financial system enables corruption and tax evasion. The "Panama Papers" highlight the role that anonymously formed companies play in facilitating money laundering and crime. The leak is the largest known to date and involves heads of state and other prominent officials.
Eric LeCompte, Executive Director of the religious development group Jubilee USA, releases the following statement:
Tuesday: California Assembly Committee Hearing on Supervised Consumption Services for People Who Use Drugs
Tuesday, April 5, the California Assembly Public Safety Committee will hold a legislative hearing on AB 2495 (Eggman) to permit localities to establish supervised consumption services (SCS), which allow individuals to consume controlled substances in a safe space, provide sterile equipment, and connect patients to treatment, medical care, and other social services.
On the morning of April 1, 2016 police forces opened fire at some 5,000 farmers and indigenous Lumad demanding relief and subsidies for farm communities who have been intensely affected by the El Nino dry spell in Kidapawan City.