Colombian Students still in Strike

1 Bogota, Oct 18. -Jairo Rodriguez, general secretary of the Colombian University Students Federation (FEU) said on Monday that students will keep on strike for an indefinite period until the government withdraws a reform of the local education system.Rodriguez told Prensa Latina that on October 20 and 26, mass demonstrations will take place all over the country to protest against

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Venezuela to Hold Public Consultation on Anti-Corruption Law

2 Caracas, Jun 7. -Public consultation on the reform of the Law Against Corruption will begin in Venezuela next week, a project aimed at strengthening administrative ethics, informed the chairman of the Parliamentary Committee on Finance Control, Hector Navarro. According to Navarro, the initiative is to promote a national debate to enrich standards, including stiffer penalties in cases of misconduct

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Hugo Chavez Defends Law to Prevent Crimes Online

4 Caracas, Dec 20. -Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez considered necessary on Sunday to reform the Law on Social Responsibility on Radio and Television (Resorte), aimed at preventing crimes online. Inciting criminal behavior, early sex in children and adolescents, sale of drugs, and other phenomena included in the worldwide network, Internet, demand the reform, the statesman stated. This is not about

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Brazilian President to Reform World Economic Relations

1 Moscow, May 14. -Russia and Brazil will never cease to seek solutions to social problems, said today the Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who advocated for a reform in international economic relations. The South American head of state said his country supports Russia's entry to the WTO as a step towards further development of multipolarity. Lula da

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