Prensa Former presidents of the Declaration of Panama come back together to denounce the situation in Venezuela

/01.06.15/.- José María Aznar The former president of the Government and president of FAES Foundation, José María Aznar and many former Ibero-America heads of State who signed the Declaration of Panama last April, have come back together to denounce the worsening of the political, social and economic situation in Venezuela. At the moment, 27 former presidents have endorsed the Declaration of Caracas, in which they denounce the unstoppable deterioration of the democratic guarantees and human rights in Venezuela, after the former presidents of Colombia, Andrés Pastrana, and Bolivia, Jorge Quiroga, having travelled to the Venezuelan capital in order to verify the conditions in which the prisoners of the democratic opposition are, had their visit request to the...

Prensa Defense of Liberty in Venezuela

La Fundación FAES quiere reiterar su compromiso con la defensa de la libertad en Venezuela y su apoyo a todos los líderes opositores que están sufriendo la represión y la persecución política.

Prensa 31 Latin American Presidents Have Already Signed the Declaration of Panama

14.04.15.- Former presidents of Argentina Fernando de la Rúa; Brazil, Fernando H. Cardoso; Chile, Ricardo Lagos; Ecuador, Sixto Durán Ballén; Panama, Ricardo Martinelli, and Dominican Republic, Hipólito Mejía, have joined the Declaration of Panama after its release last April 9. With these new signings, 31 Ibero-American former heads of State and Government have signed the document denouncing the situation suffered by Venezuela.

Prensa 31 expresidentes iberoamericanos ya han firmado la Declaración de Panamá

14.04.15.- Los expresidentes de Argentina, Fernando de la Rúa; de Brasil, Fernando H. Cardoso; de Chile, Ricardo Lagos; de Ecuador, Sixto Durán Ballén; de Panamá, Ricardo Martinelli, y de República Dominicana, Hipólito Mejía, se han sumado a la Declaración de Panamá tras su presentación el pasado 9 de abril. Con estas nuevas firmas, ya son 31 los exjefes de Estado y de Gobierno iberoamericanos que han rubricado el documento en el que denuncian la situación que sufre Venezuela.

Prensa Declaration of Panama | Aznar: 'Silence and inaction are complicit in the untenable situation in Venezuela'

/09.04.15/.- The former Prime Minister of Spain and President of FAES Foundation, José María Aznar, has launched the Declaration of Panama, along with the former presidents of Colombia, Andrés Pastrana; of Mexico, Felipe Calderón; of Bolivia, Jorge Quiroga, and of Ecuador, Osvaldo Hurtado. During his address, Aznar said that it made him “very proud to think that 25 former presidents have agreed to defend freedom” and that “silence and inaction are complicit in the untenable situation in Venezuela”. In this regard, he stated that “neither my voice nor my will ever fail to support those who struggle for freedom and for the defence of their rights.” At the event, which took place in Panama City on the eve of the celebration of the VII Summit of the...

Prensa Chile: El triunfo de la alternativa [Chile: The Triumph of the Alternative]

“Existen momentos históricos en los que las naciones deben elegir entre quedarse atrapadas en paradigmas del pasado o avanzar hacia futuros renovadores. Éste era uno de esos momentos para Chile” “Durante la campaña electoral, Sebastián Piñera y sus equipos demostraron tener un proyecto de país con ambición de futuro y una agenda política de reformas que exigía sacrificios pero que llevaría a la prosperidad”

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Prensa Former presidents of the Declaration of Panama come back together to denounce the situation in Venezuela

06.01.2015.  José María Aznar The former president of the Government and president of FAES Foundation, José María Aznar and many former Ibero-America heads of State who signed the Declaration of Panama last April, have come back together to denounce the worsening of the political, social and economic situation in Venezuela. At the moment, 27 former presidents have endorsed the Declaration of Caracas, in which they denounce the unstoppable deterioration of the democratic guarantees and human rights in Venezuela, after the former presidents of Colombia, Andrés Pastrana, and Bolivia, Jorge Quiroga, having travelled to the Venezuelan capital in order to verify the conditions in which the prisoners of the democratic opposition are, had their visit request to the...

Prensa Defense of Liberty in Venezuela

04.15.2015. La Fundación FAES quiere reiterar su compromiso con la defensa de la libertad en Venezuela y su apoyo a todos los líderes opositores que están sufriendo la represión y la persecución política.

Prensa 31 Latin American Presidents Have Already Signed the Declaration of Panama

04.14.2015. 14.04.15.- Former presidents of Argentina Fernando de la Rúa; Brazil, Fernando H. Cardoso; Chile, Ricardo Lagos; Ecuador, Sixto Durán Ballén; Panama, Ricardo Martinelli, and Dominican Republic, Hipólito Mejía, have joined the Declaration of Panama after its release last April 9. With these new signings, 31 Ibero-American former heads of State and Government have signed the document denouncing the situation suffered by Venezuela.

Prensa 31 expresidentes iberoamericanos ya han firmado la Declaración de Panamá

04.14.2015. 14.04.15.- Los expresidentes de Argentina, Fernando de la Rúa; de Brasil, Fernando H. Cardoso; de Chile, Ricardo Lagos; de Ecuador, Sixto Durán Ballén; de Panamá, Ricardo Martinelli, y de República Dominicana, Hipólito Mejía, se han sumado a la Declaración de Panamá tras su presentación el pasado 9 de abril. Con estas nuevas firmas, ya son 31 los exjefes de Estado y de Gobierno iberoamericanos que han rubricado el documento en el que denuncian la situación que sufre Venezuela.

Prensa Declaration of Panama | Aznar: 'Silence and inaction are complicit in the untenable situation in Venezuela'

04.09.2015.  The former Prime Minister of Spain and President of FAES Foundation, José María Aznar, has launched the Declaration of Panama, along with the former presidents of Colombia, Andrés Pastrana; of Mexico, Felipe Calderón; of Bolivia, Jorge Quiroga, and of Ecuador, Osvaldo Hurtado. During his address, Aznar said that it made him “very proud to think that 25 former presidents have agreed to defend freedom” and that “silence and inaction are complicit in the untenable situation in Venezuela”. In this regard, he stated that “neither my voice nor my will ever fail to support those who struggle for freedom and for the defence of their rights.” At the event, which took place in Panama City on the eve of the celebration of the VII Summit of the...

Publicaciones Chile: El triunfo de la alternativa [Chile: The Triumph of the Alternative]

01.01.2010. “Existen momentos históricos en los que las naciones deben elegir entre quedarse atrapadas en paradigmas del pasado o avanzar hacia futuros renovadores. Éste era uno de esos momentos para Chile” “Durante la campaña electoral, Sebastián Piñera y sus equipos demostraron tener un proyecto de país con ambición de futuro y una agenda política de reformas que exigía sacrificios pero que llevaría a la prosperidad”

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