Prensa 22 Latin American presidents denounce the democratic alteration suffered by Venezuela

/06.04.15/.- José María Aznar has signed with 21 former heads of State and Government of Latin America the Declaration of Panama, which denounces the constitutional and democratic alteration suffered by Venezuela, and which will be released on April 9, on the eve of the celebration of the VII Summit of the Americas. The Declaration calls for a joining of efforts to build an alternative solution to the crisis in Venezuela; obtain the release of political prisoners, and restore the conditions for the exercise of fundamental rights.

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.

Prensa Aznar and Macri open the ‘1st FAES Forum on Latin America’ in Buenos Aires

José María Aznar and Mauricio Macri, head of the Government of the autonomous city of Buenos Aires, have opened the ‘1st FAES Forum on Latin America’ in the Argentinean capital, with the participation of 80 political leaders, economic experts, intellectuals and scholars from Europe, Latin America and the United States. The Forum has focused on three major topics: democracy, institutions and the Rule of Law; parties and political action; and economy and civil society. Aznar, in Argentina: “We must present ourselves as what we are: advocates of freedom, democracy and progress”

Prensa The “Chavez-Tarzan Project” in Latin America

Entender lo que está pasando hoy en América Latina, incluyendo mi país Bolivia, exige fijar la vista en cuatro cosas. En la economía; en la política y el fenómeno “Tarzán”, que tiene su origen en el señor Hugo Chávez; en los desafíos que tenemos como país, como región; y, finalmente, en cómo podemos luchar por la democracia y por la libertad en América Latina.

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“En Bolivia hemos desatado una dictadura; el camino ahora es construir una democracia de verdad”

Prensa 22 Latin American presidents denounce the democratic alteration suffered by Venezuela

04.06.2015.  José María Aznar has signed with 21 former heads of State and Government of Latin America the Declaration of Panama, which denounces the constitutional and democratic alteration suffered by Venezuela, and which will be released on April 9, on the eve of the celebration of the VII Summit of the Americas. The Declaration calls for a joining of efforts to build an alternative solution to the crisis in Venezuela; obtain the release of political prisoners, and restore the conditions for the exercise of fundamental rights.

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.

Prensa Aznar and Macri open the ‘1st FAES Forum on Latin America’ in Buenos Aires

04.12.2013. José María Aznar and Mauricio Macri, head of the Government of the autonomous city of Buenos Aires, have opened the ‘1st FAES Forum on Latin America’ in the Argentinean capital, with the participation of 80 political leaders, economic experts, intellectuals and scholars from Europe, Latin America and the United States. The Forum has focused on three major topics: democracy, institutions and the Rule of Law; parties and political action; and economy and civil society. Aznar, in Argentina: “We must present ourselves as what we are: advocates of freedom, democracy and progress”

Publicaciones The “Chavez-Tarzan Project” in Latin America

07.01.2007. Entender lo que está pasando hoy en América Latina, incluyendo mi país Bolivia, exige fijar la vista en cuatro cosas. En la economía; en la política y el fenómeno “Tarzán”, que tiene su origen en el señor Hugo Chávez; en los desafíos que tenemos como país, como región; y, finalmente, en cómo podemos luchar por la democracia y por la libertad en América Latina.

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“En Bolivia hemos desatado una dictadura; el camino ahora es construir una democracia de verdad”