Prensa On Violence in Venezuela: Data and Realities

The murders of Monica Spear and Henry Berry last January 6 on a road in Venezuela burst into the media as a novelty news, but the unfortunate reality is that this is a usual event in Venezuelans' everyday life. The profile of the young people killed determined that this violent action should appear on the pages of local events. A German newspaper titled it, "Violence gets a face". With this couplethousands of victims have managed to escape oblivion. How long will the incriminating beautiful face keep demanding punishment for the performers and politicians responsible for the crime?

Prensa Aznar exhorts at the Ambrosetti Forum to “strengthen the middle class as a key element of prosperity”

/05.06.13/.- José María Aznar has taken part, in Brussels, in the sixth edition of the forum ‘Observatory on Europe. Improving integration and European competitiveness for growth ’, organised by the Ambrosetti Forum. In his speech, entitled *’A political perspective of Europe’*, Aznar said that “it is essential to complete the Eurozone and create an area of monetary stability”.

Prensa Venezuela's Opposition Receives the Report 'Latin America: An Agenda for Freedom 2012' in FAES

Madrid, 11.05.12.- FAES Foundation furnished copies of its strategic report "'Latin America: An Agenda for Freedom 2012'()":http://fundacionfaes.bluecell.es/en/aznar_dice_que_espana_necesita_un_impulso_nuevo_y_reformista_heredero_de_los_principios_de_cadiz to a group of representatives of Venezuela's opposition, headed by the Executive Secretary of Venezuela's Coalition for Democratic Unity (MUD), Ramón G. Aveledo. The report was presented to the Executive Secretary of MUD, Ramón Guillermo Aveledo by the director of the International Department, Cayetana Álvarez de Toledo and the coordinator of Programmes for Latin America, Guillermo Hirschfeld at a meeting of the FAES Centre for Latin American Studies.

Prensa On Violence in Venezuela: Data and Realities

01.24.2014. The murders of Monica Spear and Henry Berry last January 6 on a road in Venezuela burst into the media as a novelty news, but the unfortunate reality is that this is a usual event in Venezuelans' everyday life. The profile of the young people killed determined that this violent action should appear on the pages of local events. A German newspaper titled it, "Violence gets a face". With this couplethousands of victims have managed to escape oblivion. How long will the incriminating beautiful face keep demanding punishment for the performers and politicians responsible for the crime?

Prensa Aznar exhorts at the Ambrosetti Forum to “strengthen the middle class as a key element of prosperity”

06.05.2013.  José María Aznar has taken part, in Brussels, in the sixth edition of the forum ‘Observatory on Europe. Improving integration and European competitiveness for growth ’, organised by the Ambrosetti Forum. In his speech, entitled *’A political perspective of Europe’*, Aznar said that “it is essential to complete the Eurozone and create an area of monetary stability”.

Prensa Venezuela's Opposition Receives the Report 'Latin America: An Agenda for Freedom 2012' in FAES

05.12.2012. Madrid, 11.05.12.- FAES Foundation furnished copies of its strategic report "'Latin America: An Agenda for Freedom 2012'" to a group of representatives of Venezuela's opposition, headed by the Executive Secretary of Venezuela's Coalition for Democratic Unity (MUD), Ramón G. Aveledo. The report was presented to the Executive Secretary of MUD, Ramón Guillermo Aveledo by the director of the International Department, Cayetana Álvarez de Toledo and the coordinator of Programmes for Latin America, Guillermo Hirschfeld at a meeting of the FAES Centre for Latin American Studies.