Prensa Jimmy Morales and the CICIG: A Brief reflection on the situation in Guatemala

The International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala has been controversial since its inception.  President Jimmy Morales has just set the end of his mission for next year, which has fueled the confrontation between critics and defenders. While both sides are partly right, the fight against impunity and corruption needs to build bridges outside the system.

Prensa Aznar: "We have to face the reality of Europe with strong leadership and solidarity"

José María Aznar has given a speech in Budapest at the meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Democratic Center (IDC-CDI), of which he is Honorary President. Aznar has stressed the importance of advocating for ideas and restoring the politics in response to the confidence crisis, has pointed out the challenges of the technological revolution, and has appealed to the strengthening of Europe. "We must face reality with political leadership and solidarity among the members of the Union," as he assured.

Prensa Iran: the genie out of the bottle

The Islamic Republic of Iran has refined the art of blaming on its external enemies the internal dissatisfaction. Nevertheless, the origin of the last protests lies on the attempt of the ultraconservative clergy to damage and discredit President Rohaní. What started as a manipulation of the streets inside the framework of the typical fight of the elite of the country transformed into a massive and widespread movement of protests. Surely, the learned lection is that in a future it would be better to settle accounts behind the scenes rather than involving the streets.

Prensa Elections in Ecuador: between democracy and authoritarianism

Something impossible for many was achieved in Ecuador on February 19th: the candidate of the opposition Guillermo Lasso reached a second round or ballot. Definitively, the situation is glimpsed as one of the hardest knocks to the Government of the Citizens’ Revolution. Lasso obtained 28.3% of the votes. It’s been made clear that 61% of Ecuadorians voted for an opposition which represents them.

Prensa Foundation 'Compromiso y Transparencia' Ranks FAES as the Most Transparent Foundation of Spain

In its transparency report "Transparencia, el mejor eslogan 2015" (Transparency, the best 2015 slogan), which studies web transparency of political parties and foundations, foundation 'Compromiso y Transparencia has ranked FAES Foundation as the most transparent foundation of Spain.

Prensa Jimmy Morales and the CICIG: A Brief reflection on the situation in Guatemala

09.11.2018. The International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala has been controversial since its inception.  President Jimmy Morales has just set the end of his mission for next year, which has fueled the confrontation between critics and defenders. While both sides are partly right, the fight against impunity and corruption needs to build bridges outside the system.

Prensa Aznar: "We have to face the reality of Europe with strong leadership and solidarity"

02.16.2018. José María Aznar has given a speech in Budapest at the meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Democratic Center (IDC-CDI), of which he is Honorary President. Aznar has stressed the importance of advocating for ideas and restoring the politics in response to the confidence crisis, has pointed out the challenges of the technological revolution, and has appealed to the strengthening of Europe. "We must face reality with political leadership and solidarity among the members of the Union," as he assured.

Prensa Iran: the genie out of the bottle

01.08.2018. The Islamic Republic of Iran has refined the art of blaming on its external enemies the internal dissatisfaction. Nevertheless, the origin of the last protests lies on the attempt of the ultraconservative clergy to damage and discredit President Rohaní. What started as a manipulation of the streets inside the framework of the typical fight of the elite of the country transformed into a massive and widespread movement of protests. Surely, the learned lection is that in a future it would be better to settle accounts behind the scenes rather than involving the streets.

Prensa Elections in Ecuador: between democracy and authoritarianism

02.27.2017. Something impossible for many was achieved in Ecuador on February 19th: the candidate of the opposition Guillermo Lasso reached a second round or ballot. Definitively, the situation is glimpsed as one of the hardest knocks to the Government of the Citizens’ Revolution. Lasso obtained 28.3% of the votes. It’s been made clear that 61% of Ecuadorians voted for an opposition which represents them.

Prensa Foundation 'Compromiso y Transparencia' Ranks FAES as the Most Transparent Foundation of Spain

06.23.2016. In its transparency report "Transparencia, el mejor eslogan 2015" (Transparency, the best 2015 slogan), which studies web transparency of political parties and foundations, foundation 'Compromiso y Transparencia has ranked FAES Foundation as the most transparent foundation of Spain.