Daily Archives: 2 junio, 2014

Republican voices in social networking spaces and Spain call for referendum


The call for a referendum has increased in dozens of locations throughout Spain and has even been supported in some foreign cities where concentrations have also been announced.

You will not be king, Philip (I and II)

We do not want you to be king, Felipe. They are no times. Your great-grandfather understood that this people no longer wanted. He left. If he had stayed, they would have jailed. Despite the attempts of the right to exonerate from blame. Your father, yourself,’m millionaires thanks to inherited money. (What your sister is being discussed in court).

Thailand seeks to create its own Internet service


The Board ensures that military plans to hold elections in 2015, while reforming the system they consider corrupt.

Maduro called for proposals to improve social policies


The president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, led a meeting Monday with Battle Units Bolivar Chavez (UBCH), which takes advantage of asked for help regarding the creation of government proposals to improve social policies.

Edward Snowden says he sought asylum in Brazil formally


Although the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Brazil said he has not received a formal request for asylum, Edward Snowden said during an interview with a Brazilian medium who would love to live in the South American country.

In Keys: Process abdication and monarchical succession


Abdication will be effective the day the law was published in the Official Gazette, after which you can immediately proclaim the new monarch, a step that the Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy said he hopes takes place “in a very short time “.

Colombian government and FARC peace talks resume Tuesday


Peace negotiations between the government of Colombia and the FARC rebel group, who were in recess since May 16, will be resumed on Tuesday in Havana (Cuba).

Obama starts European tour in Poland on Tuesday


The president, who will be accompanied by his Secretary of State, John Kerry, take the opportunity to meet in Warsaw on Wednesday with the new president of Ukraine, Piotr Poroshenko.

Insulza rejects move IACHR headquarters in Washington DD.HH.


On the eve of the opening of the 44th UN General Assembly, the Secretary General of the OAS, José Miguel Insulza said that proposals for reform of that body of the OAS require changes to the treaties governing its action.

Syrians rely on building the country through democratic means


In Syria has begun the day prior to the elections reflection. Many Arab citizens of this country are convinced that the presidential elections this June 3 will be significant to end the armed conflict step.