Prensa Ambassador of Venezuela in Spain, Antonio Ecarri, in FAES

El representante diplomático, designado por la Asamble Nacional venezolana, se ha reunido con José María Aznar, quien le ha reiterado su disposición y la de FAES a seguir apoyando al gobierno legítimo de Venezuela y a la oposición democrática en su lucha por la libertad.

Prensa The End of Bipartisanship in El Salvador?

The elected President Nayib Bukele is a politician/protest candidate who has been able to build around himself an image of renewal. He can hardly be seen as an ideological fanatic, but he is a pragmatic capable of swinging to one side or the other, always with the aim of achieving power.

Prensa FAES on Venezuela

FAES Foundation has asserted its commitment to freedom and democracy in Venezuela, denouncing over the years the dictatorial drift and suppression of fundamental rights and freedoms undertaken by the regime and firmly supporting the democratic opposition. Here we compile the most significant information.

Prensa Who is Juan Guaidó and why is his oath constitutional?

The political situation in Venezuela makes it necessary to take into account two aspects of the events that occurred on wednesday, January 23, 2019. Who is Juan Guaidó and why does he currently hold the Presidency of the National Assembly? And more importantly, why is his oath as president in charge perfectly constitutional?

Prensa The end of the blind alley

The presidency assumed by Juan Guaidó and already widely recognized - not by Spain or the EU - means making all the consequences of Maduro's illegitimacy effective. The democratic opposition has rebuilt its unity and leadership and is able to offer a transition project.

Prensa Francia en declive

En vez de proyectarse hacia el siglo XXI, Francia parece dedicar su energía a la conservación de un modelo obsoleto. El país dejó de trabajar en 1980, dice el autor, y desde entonces vive de rentas. Algo marginada hoy en día en los foros internacionales, está financieramente débil. Entre los ciudadanos hay desconcierto, lo que propicia la demagogia. Y esto es lo propio de las situaciones prerrevolucionarias. Y sin embargo, afirma Baverez, los franceses cada vez están más maduros para el cambio. Para alcanzar esa madurez se debe empezar por reconocer que hay un modelo que ya no funciona: el modelo del Estado del bienestar.

Prensa Ambassador of Venezuela in Spain, Antonio Ecarri, in FAES

03.20.2019. El representante diplomático, designado por la Asamble Nacional venezolana, se ha reunido con José María Aznar, quien le ha reiterado su disposición y la de FAES a seguir apoyando al gobierno legítimo de Venezuela y a la oposición democrática en su lucha por la libertad.

Prensa The End of Bipartisanship in El Salvador?

02.13.2019. The elected President Nayib Bukele is a politician/protest candidate who has been able to build around himself an image of renewal. He can hardly be seen as an ideological fanatic, but he is a pragmatic capable of swinging to one side or the other, always with the aim of achieving power.

Prensa FAES on Venezuela

02.04.2019. FAES Foundation has asserted its commitment to freedom and democracy in Venezuela, denouncing over the years the dictatorial drift and suppression of fundamental rights and freedoms undertaken by the regime and firmly supporting the democratic opposition. Here we compile the most significant information.

Prensa Who is Juan Guaidó and why is his oath constitutional?

01.25.2019. The political situation in Venezuela makes it necessary to take into account two aspects of the events that occurred on wednesday, January 23, 2019. Who is Juan Guaidó and why does he currently hold the Presidency of the National Assembly? And more importantly, why is his oath as president in charge perfectly constitutional?

Prensa The end of the blind alley

01.24.2019. The presidency assumed by Juan Guaidó and already widely recognized - not by Spain or the EU - means making all the consequences of Maduro's illegitimacy effective. The democratic opposition has rebuilt its unity and leadership and is able to offer a transition project.

Publicaciones Francia en declive

11.01.2005. En vez de proyectarse hacia el siglo XXI, Francia parece dedicar su energía a la conservación de un modelo obsoleto. El país dejó de trabajar en 1980, dice el autor, y desde entonces vive de rentas. Algo marginada hoy en día en los foros internacionales, está financieramente débil. Entre los ciudadanos hay desconcierto, lo que propicia la demagogia. Y esto es lo propio de las situaciones prerrevolucionarias. Y sin embargo, afirma Baverez, los franceses cada vez están más maduros para el cambio. Para alcanzar esa madurez se debe empezar por reconocer que hay un modelo que ya no funciona: el modelo del Estado del bienestar.