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El Salvador: Desde Ahuachapán hasta La Unión

2009.01.27 00:59 El Salvador: Desde Ahuachapán hasta La Unión

Este es un subreddit bilingüe para noticias y otros enlaces de interés acerca de El Salvador. This is a bilingual subreddit for news and other links of interest about El Salvador.
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2011.01.26 19:26 Kaibil El reddit de Guatemala

¡HOLA! Bienvenidos a la casa de Guatemala en reddit. Gracias por visitarnos. --- Howdy! Welcome to Guatemala's house on reddit. Thank you for stopping by.
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2008.09.14 23:37 Latinoamerica

Noticias, artículos y discusión sobre Latinoamerica
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2020.11.02 03:45 viewerfromthemiddle Pit bulls in Latin America: late October 2020

A semi-monthly summary of news stories from Mexico, Central America, and South America
Previously: early October
The breed of peace has been busy with the elderly, the very young, and with smaller animals.

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2020.10.24 14:29 Superfan234 Explaining OAS Interference in the Bolivian Political Crisis

In my previous Effortposts, I focused on explaining the internal conflict that created the Internal political Crisis Bolivia experienced in October 2019
In this post, I will explain something much more controversial: The attempts of the LATAM, USA and ALBA to intervene in these protests
The OAS: A useless Organization
The uselessness of the OAS as a body that regulates the American States, have been actively sought by their member States for decades. The few international conflicts existing in LATAM, are dealt bilaterally. Other LATAM States act as “mediators” in case any government goes rogue, and threaten to use their military force
It has been roughly 70 years after it's foundation, and I dare to say, 90% of Latin Americans didn’t know about the existence of OAS (until last year)
But this seemingless endless Peace will abruptly change in 2016, after the Coup d'état in Venezuela
The Return of Dictatorships to LATAM
LatinAmerican Democracies tried to force the new Regime to stop the massacres and reduce military escalation. These countries organized a slow and cumbersome diplomatic process through OAS. A process that worked relatively well to stop the Military Coup in Honduras, back in 2009 [**]
However, on this occasion, the Latin democracies encountered fierce opposition coming from populist governments and countless briebed politicians, put in place years before to defend the Regime
This situation only got worse, when Daniel Ortega organized another Coup d'état, allowing Chavism to take control of Nicaragua too [**]
The OAS (which in itself was an organization of doubtful utility) had shown it was totally useless in times of confronting a real International Crisis
How did LATAM and USA reacted to Chavism expansionism?
The fall of Democracy in Venezuela, and later in Nicaragua, put the Region on Red Alert. LATAM was facing a massive problem, and it's main institution (the OAS) was unable to do anything about it
Fortunately for us, the United States was much more proactive. During Trump administration, they began to work on a plan to stop the advance of Chavism in the Region [**]
In 2019, the biggest countries of America forged an alliance in order to stop the expansion of new Dictatorships in the Continent. The objective was simple: Defeat the main financial supporter of all these atrocities. In other words, find a way to overthrow Maduro's Regime
How is any of this relevant to Bolivia Electoral Crisis?
Paraphrasing from my first Bolivian Effortpost
Evo's wishes for indefinite re-election resulted in three critical problems
• 1) Political Union of the Opposition: Parties and Civil Communities that shared little to nothing with each other, put aside their political differences in order to defeat Evo
• 2) General mistrust of the People: The Rebirth of the Dictatorships of Venezuela (~ 2016) and Nicaragua (~ 2018), became a gloomy omen for Bolivians. Both regimes were consolidated through electoral farces. So the proper tally of the votes became absolutely crucial
• 3) Antagonism with Latin America: A big majority of LATAM Leaders were seeking a change of government in Venezuela, at any cost. Bolivia's fierce support to Venezuela, could be a fundamental obstacle to overthrowing Maduro
Points 2 and 3 are the main issue here: LATAM Governments suspected, if Chavism was really planning to take control of Bolivia, it’s likely they will use the same method they did in Nicaragua and Venezuela: Organize an Electoral Fraud
The Lima’s Group: The Real Power behind the OAS
For didactic proposes, it’s better for you to understand Lima’s Group as the "power behind the shadows" in LATAM. Is the Coalition that unites the most powerull and influential countries in the Region
This Group was formed in 2017, in response to the unwillingness of OAS to resolve the Venezuelan Crisis. In time, they became the main enemies of Chavism, and close allies to Trump administration
The sacrifice of the OAS
In October 2019, when Evo Morales repeatedly ask “to wait for OAS judgement” [**], he was referring to the old organization. The useless OAS who, in any instance, was used to calm the population and sustain the Status Quo
Morales never imagined Lima’s Group was willing to sacrifice OAS, in order to avoid the risk of having another Chavist dictatorship in LatinAmerica
Once the Lima Group saw that the Bolivian Opposition had garnered massive support, they released an early Report on the vote tall. Against Morales' desperate requests[**], OAS Report blamed him and his government for fraudulent vote handling[**]
The Bolivian Opposition, which just a few days earlier called the population to dismiss any OAS statement[**], rapidly realized LATAM governments did intended to interfere, but not against the Opposition...they were after Morales
Spurred on by the international support, Opposition reinforced their attempts to oust Evo and his Government. And somehow, almost miraculously, they actually achieved their Goal
The Capture of Evo Morales
Immediately after his resignation, Lima's Group organized itself to allow the capture of Evo Morales, closing all the escape routes
Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Peru, Ecuador and Chile organized to cut the any bridges on land and air, forcing Morales to resist in Bolivia, with all the risk to his physical security this could result[**]...
It was not until Mexico decided to intervene that Lima’s Group allowed Morales and his VP to escape Bolivia [**], taking him into Exile
The Rise of Jeanine Añez
Lima’s Group, even in their best case scenario, only hoped for Evo to step down. They never thought it was possible to stop another MAS president. After all, they had control over all institutions in Bolivia
But, somehow, the Bolivian Opposition had managed to Outsmart MAS, and achieve a fairly legal Interim Presidency, with some popular and militar support
In took them less than 3 days, and the whole Lima's Group already recognized Añez as the Legitimate President of Bolivia. Giving her Legitimacy at the International level, and forcing MAS to recognize her as Interim Leader of Bolivia
Añez was a rookie in terms on international politics, but she's was definitely not stupid. It wouldn’t take her long to add Bolivia to Lima’s Group, recognize Juan Guaido as President, cut relations with Cuba, Venezuela and Iran, and re-open relations with the USA, Israel and the DEA
This turn to the Right would not have been possible without the support of Moderate sectors of MAS, who saw in the violent advance of Chavism, a real danger to Bolivian Democracy
Although the Moderate Wing of MAS didn't want to lose Power, an important part of the party was not interested in Maduro's offer to create a Dictatorship in Bolivia, and they proceeded to collaborate with Añez and Lima's Group, untill free elections could be held
The Counter Attack of ALBA
ALBA, seeing Lima's Group went on the offensive, quickly activated their propaganda machine, in a desperate attempt to regain Bolivia
Cuban doctors acting as spies[**], FARC soldiers in pro-Evo protests[**], Leftist “journalists” working 24/7 to create Fake News… a myriad of lies, which culminated in the Massacres of Sentaka and Sencava, causing the murder of 30 people [**]
The Senkata and Sencava Massacres were undoubtedly the lowest point of the Government of Jeanine Añez. And the fact Lima’s Group was still willing to support Añez, shows how seriously they wanted Evo's departure
Although the events were obviously planned by Chavism, diplomatically, supporting a military massacre of that magnitude was a risky move
Fortunately, Mass Media did not report the incident very much. Even today, few foreigners have heard of these Massacres, despite the evidence in video footage
OAS as Scape Goat
Lima’s Group was carefull to use OAS as scape goat. For the average viewers, OAS was nothing but an USA/Trump controlled organization. Any controversial move OAS makes, can be easily be spined out as part of the "evil USA interference" against poor third world nations
USA gladly took the blame, giving LATAM a way to avoid any mayor Diplomatic problem, and giving the Region free range to act
In a way, these conspiracy theories worked well in favor Lima’s Group objectives. By allowing USA to take the blame of OAS actions, LATAM was atone of any sin committed by Añez Government
Aftermath
Lima’s Group, through the OAS, continued to support Bolivia in electoral and diplomatic matters for a year, until elections were held on October 18 2020
Luis Arce, the newly elected president of Bolivia, has already warned he will keep the OAS away from Bolivia in the near future. In all honestly, it's easy to understand why: OAS become a weapon of the Lima’s Group, and any prestige it had (if it ever had any) was exchanged to (successfully) oust Evo Morales
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2020.10.23 19:05 Superfan234 testo 4

In my previous Effortposts, I focused on explaining the internal conflict that created the Internal political Crisis Bolivia experienced in October 2019
In this post, I will explain something much more controversial: The attempts of the LATAM, USA and ALBA to intervene in these protests
The OAS: A useless Organization
The uselessness of the OAS as a body that regulates the American States, have been actively sought by their member States for decades. The few international conflicts existing in LATAM, are dealt bilaterally. Other LATAM States act as “mediators” in case any government goes rogue, and threaten to use their military force
It has been roughly 70 years after it's foundation, and I dare to say, 90% of Latin Americans didn’t know about the existence of OAS (until last year)
But this seemingless endless Peace will abruptly change in 2016, after the Coup d'état in Venezuela
The Return of Dictatorships to LATAM
LatinAmerican Democracies tried to force the new Regime to stop the massacres and reduce military escalation. These countries organized a slow and cumbersome diplomatic process through OAS. A process that worked relatively well to stop the Military Coup in Honduras, back in 2009 [**]
However, on this occasion, the Latin democracies encountered fierce opposition coming from populist governments and countless briebed politicians, put in place years before to defend the Regime
This situation only got worse, when Daniel Ortega organized another Coup d'état, allowing Chavism to take control of Nicaragua too [**]
The OAS (which in itself was an organization of doubtful utility) had shown it was totally useless in times of confronting a real International Crisis
How did LATAM and USA reacted to Chavism expansionism?
The fall of Democracy in Venezuela, and later in Nicaragua, put the Region on Red Alert. LATAM was facing a massive problem, and it's main institution (the OAS) was unable to do anything about it
Fortunately for us, the United States was much more proactive. During Trump administration, they began to work on a plan to stop the advance of Chavism in the Region [**]
In 2019, the biggest countries of America forged an alliance in order to stop the expansion of new Dictatorships in the Continent. The objective was simple: Defeat the main financial supporter of all these atrocities. In other words, find a way to overthrow Maduro's Regime
How is any of this relevant to Bolivia Electoral Crisis?
Paraphrasing from my first Bolivian Effortpost
Evo's wishes for indefinite re-election resulted in three critical problems
• 1) Political Union of the Opposition: Parties and Civil Communities that shared little to nothing with each other, put aside their political differences in order to defeat Evo
• 2) General mistrust of the People: The Rebirth of the Dictatorships of Venezuela (~ 2016) and Nicaragua (~ 2018), became a gloomy omen for Bolivians. Both regimes were consolidated through electoral farces. So the proper tally of the votes became absolutely crucial
• 3) Antagonism with Latin America: A big majority of LATAM Leaders were seeking a change of government in Venezuela, at any cost. Bolivia's fierce support to Venezuela, could be a fundamental obstacle to overthrowing Maduro
Points 2 and 3 are the main issue here: LATAM Governments suspected, if Chavism was really planning to take control of Bolivia, it’s likely they will use the same method they did in Nicaragua and Venezuela: Organize an Electoral Fraud
The Lima’s Group: The Real Power behind the OAS
For didactic proposes, it’s better for you to understand Lima’s Group as the "power behind the shadows" in LATAM. Is the Coalition that unites the most powerull and influential countries in the Region
This Group was formed in 2017, in response to the unwillingness of OAS to resolve the Venezuelan Crisis. In time, they became the main enemies of Chavism, and close allies to Trump administration
The sacrifice of the OAS
In October 2019, when Evo Morales repeatedly ask “to wait for OAS judgement” [**], he was referring to the old organization. The useless OAS who, in any instance, was used to calm the population and sustain the Status Quo
Morales never imagined Lima’s Group was willing to sacrifice OAS, in order to avoid the risk of having another Chavist dictatorship in LatinAmerica
Once the Lima Group saw that the Bolivian Opposition had garnered massive support, they released an early Report on the vote tall. Against Morales' desperate requests[**], OAS Report blamed him and his government for fraudulent vote handling[**]
The Bolivian Opposition, which just a few days earlier called the population to dismiss any OAS statement[**], rapidly realized LATAM governments did intended to interfere, but not against the Opposition...they were after Morales
Spurred on by the international support, Opposition reinforced their attempts to oust Evo and his Government. And somehow, almost miraculously, they actually achieved their Goal
The Capture of Evo Morales
Immediately after his resignation, Lima's Group organized itself to allow the capture of Evo Morales, closing all the escape routes
Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Peru, Ecuador and Chile organized to cut the any bridges on land and air, forcing Morales to resist in Bolivia, with all the risk to his physical security this could result[**]...
It was not until Mexico decided to intervene that Lima’s Group allowed Morales and his VP to escape Bolivia [**], taking him into Exile
The Rise of Jeanine Añez
Lima’s Group, even in their best case scenario, only hoped for Evo to step down. They never thought it was possible to stop another MAS president. After all, they had control over all institutions in Bolivia
But, somehow, the Bolivian Opposition had managed to Outsmart MAS, and achieve a fairly legal Interim Presidency, with some popular and militar support
In took them less than 3 days, and the whole Lima's Group already recognized Añez as the Legitimate President of Bolivia. Giving her Legitimacy at the International level, and forcing MAS to recognize her as Interim Leader of Bolivia
Añez was a rookie in terms on international politics, but she's was definitely not stupid. It wouldn’t take her long to add Bolivia to Lima’s Group, recognize Juan Guaido as President, cut relations with Cuba, Venezuela and Iran, and re-open relations with the USA, Israel and the DEA
This turn to the Right would not have been possible without the support of Moderate sectors of the MAS, who saw in the violent advance of Chavism, a real danger to Bolivian Democracy
Although the Moderate Wing of MAS didn't want to lose Power, an important part of the party was not interested in Maduro's offer to create a Dictatorship in Bolivia, and they proceeded to collaborate with Añez and Lima's Group, untill free elections could be held
The Counter Attack of ALBA
ALBA, seeing Lima's Group went on the offensive, quickly activated their propaganda machine, in a desperate attempt to regain Bolivia
Cuban doctors acting as spies[**], FARC soldiers in pro-Evo protests[**], Leftist “journalists” working 24/7 to create Fake News… a myriad of lies, which culminated in the Massacres of Sentaka and Sencava, causing the murder of 30 people [**]
The Senkata and Sencava Massacres were undoubtedly the lowest point of the Government of Jeanine Añez. And the fact Lima’s Group was still willing to support Añez, shows how seriously they wanted Evo's departure
Although the events were obviously planned by Chavism, diplomatically, supporting a military massacre of that magnitude was a risky move
Fortunately, Mass Media did not report the incident very much. Even today, few foreigners have heard of these Massacres, despite the evidence in video footage
OAS as Scape Goat
Lima’s Group was carefull to use OAS as scape goat. For the average viewers, OAS was nothing but an USA/Trump controlled organization. Any controversial move OAS makes, can be easily be spined out as part of the "evil USA interference" against poor third world nations
USA gladly took the blame, giving LATAM a way to avoid any mayor Diplomatic problem, and giving the Region free range to act
In a way, these conspiracy theories worked well in favor Lima’s Group objectives. By allowing USA to take the blame of OAS actions, LATAM was atone of any sin committed by Añez Government
Aftermath
Lima’s Group, through the OAS, continued to support Bolivia in electoral and diplomatic matters for a year, until elections were held on October 18 2020
Luis Arce, the newly elected president of Bolivia, has already warned he will keep the OAS away from Bolivia in the near future. In all honestly, it's easy to understand why: OAS become a weapon of the Lima’s Group, and any prestige it had (if it ever had any) was exchanged to (successfully) oust Evo Morales
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2020.09.18 19:22 new_Australis Noticias en Honduras

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2020.08.26 22:42 GajoDeRamalde Megathread: Alberth Elis - tudo sobre a sua transferência

Post com todos os rumores e noticias sobre a contratação de Alberth Elis:


Novas novidades sobre o jogador devem ser colocados nos comentários para actualização do tópico.

Mais sobre o jogador:
➡️ Transfermarkt
➡️ Zero Zero
➡️ Wikipédia
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2020.08.18 10:40 Briongloideach ¿viajaría a Honduras desde el extranjero ahora? Como es la situación con el coronavirus en verdad?

Hola a todos,
Soy irlandesa y recibí una oferta de trabajo en Honduras en febrero (maestra primaría con un ONG). Debido al coronavirus, no he sido posible hasta ahora empezar ni entrar a Honduras. Estaba preparando clases virtuales, haciendo vídeos, etc. Ayer, la directora nos dijo que ahora es posible que los extranjeros entran, si queremos. Todavía no saben cuándo abre el colegio, pero sería más fácil estar en Honduras. La verdad es que eso me pone un poco nerviosa, no se sí quiero viajar en avión (12 horas!), ademas no se si es seguro en Honduras ahora. Mirando en las noticias, la situación con el virus parece grave allá. Me parece muy incierto, pero no se si tengo razón o no! Que piensan ustedes?
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2020.08.15 18:35 lazydogee Honduras Lo Exige

Hola Honduras! Yo soy un hondureño que tiene tiempo viviendo en los estados. No me mantengo muy al tanto con noticias de Honduras. Alguien puede resumir que está pasando con esto de “Honduras lo exige”? A que se refiere? Cuando empezó? De que se trata el movimiento? Gracias!!!
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2020.08.15 02:22 GAREHN Frente a frente 14/8/2020- Segunda Vuelta, clamor popular?

Frente a frente 14/8/2020
Personas: Renato Alvarez, Ricardo Alvarez (Deignado) , Olga Alvarado (Designada)
Abreviaciones: R,D1,D2
Tema Por que los nacionalistas se ensanchan en ir en contra de la voz popular en el marco de la segunda vuelta electoral
.. Continuación de la temática y decisión dada por la comisión electoral donde los representantes de el Partido Liberal y Libre votaron a favor pero el representante en contra
Hasta la primera pausa quien más habló fue la designada presidencial,
R: La segunda vuelta es clamor popular, El partido nacional es quien está evitando el consenso en esta materia que debe ser resuelta por medio del congreso nacional, La situación del país es catastrófica, refiriéndose a condiciones macro como la deuda del país, mencionó estado de calamidad, empresas quebradas y desempleo en consenso con D1,
D: Mi postura inicial fue a principio de año y personal, aduce que ya no representa su postura, ahora está en contra de la segunda vuelta, decorada en la consulta popular para el año 2025, aunque dice que el tema esta en discusion en cuestion de tiempo pero parece que no de forma, es posible que acepte la segunda vuelta para el año 2021 pero por consulta popular, llevando la contraria a lo sugerido por la comisión electoral.
El siguiente presidente que llegue si no cuenta con el respaldo del pueblo nada va a ir a hacer es inminente hacer consensos, El motivo por el que esto no había sido temática en el pasado es debido al cálculo político de todos los partidos no solo del Nacional
Sobre el vencimiento de los plazos de estos temas hay que ver quien esta detrás, sobre consulta popular en el tema de reelección su voto es no, por si quieren saber
D2: Está de Acuerdo, con la segunda vuelta en sus dos vertientes en primera instancia de acuerdo a la comisión pero se va alineando a la postura de D1 quizás debido a que es un tema poco consensuado dentro de las filas nacionalistas, ella se perfila a ser diputada en las próximas elecciones, dice estar cansada de que en el país sean 3 o 4 las personas que toman decisiones.. no dice quienes son.. invito a renato a que invitase a un panel a las autoridades de educación, madres e hijos, para hablar sobre la realidad del sistema educativo nacional en este momento de crisis
R Hoy la gente quiere ver el cambio de presidente, esto es resultado del cálculo político, Cree que con las condiciones actuales Oliva pueda generar unidad nacional?
No vamos a discutir si es capaz, creen que alguien del partido pueda dar credibilidad si solo cuenta con el 25% del electorado?
El texto “Donde está el dinero” en el puente lo evidencio imágenes y video
Ex vocera y Macci se manifestó en contra de la nulidad del juicio oral de la primera dama diciendo que Maccih velo por el buen proceso
Caso Pandora quedan 20 líneas de investigación quedaron en ufecic pendientes de judicialización desde 2018, generando incertidumbre jurídica sinónimo de impunidad y desconfianza en la administración pública
Red de diputados caja chica y pandora - Ana maria Calderon en un escenario internacional
Obstáculos de la Maccih: El Congreso- se debilitó al MP, Clima hostil contra la Maccih y
Sociedad Civil
Cedoh: las instituciones han colapsado están politizadas, no se pueden aplicar procesos ni la ley
Se refiere a la alcaldía D
D Yo voy a defender a mi partido, no ataquemos al partido, el candidato Oliva es la persona que puede llegar a consensos en el país así lo hizo en el congreso, por eso me uní a él, la iniciativa de readecuación de la deuda es buena.
Se queja de la postura de R en contra de su candidato y no ha hablado de los demás, basándose en la incertidumbre y en el desmerito de los demas para realzar a su candidato
Libertad de expresion, dejen de borrar lo que pintan, dejen de joder
D2
Llamadas telefónicas
Kelvin aguirre Consejal Nacional Electoral: (PN)
Es decisión del congreso, La consulta debe ir al pueblo, nuestra postura no es nueva viene del 5 de marzo, la decisión del consejo no es vinculante.
Vice presidenta PL Maribel Espinoza
El cuerpo diplomático es testigo que el Partido liberal propuso la segunda en las reuniones con la ONU en aquella oportunidad el PN no tenía la voluntad política de aceptar
Si bien las comisiones están integradas por todos los partidos, no ha habido voluntad política, la imposición y prácticas deshonestas del PN ha llevado a casos de corrupción de los funcionarios públicos de todos los partidos
¡Que se apruebe la reforma constitucional! Hablo con amor a mi país no, estoy haciendo politiquería...
D1: Hace saludo militar, irónica falta de respeto
Reynaldo Ekonomo Diputado PN
Saludos a todos
Mi postura, que se debata la segunda vuelta, todo lo que democratiza el país y la transferencia
Reconozco que mi presidente Reinaldo Sanchez hizo la recomendación de segunda vuelta ante la OEA, no es tema nuevo, estoy de acuerdo en la segunda vuelta! poniendo los intereses de Honduras hoy!
Culpa los problemas de la bancada liberal, por la que no hay consenso, no voten por los funcionarios que se han escondido durante la pandemia, mi apoyo es con Papi a la Orden futuro presidente
Jose Luis Moncada, Aspirante presidencial Liberal
Luis Maldonado, Dirigente Partido Liberal
Siempre han pensado en el cálculo político, habló a favor de la segunda vuelta, este tema se tenía que tratar en el 2007 o en las elecciones pero estaban centrados en la reelección la cual es un delito de traición a la patria imprescriptible.
Sara Medina Diputada PN
Estoy de acuerdo y que se le consulte al pueblo así como las elecciones por distrito, separar las elecciones de diputados y alcaldes
El Pn ha sido abanderado de las reformas nacionales, como la ley electoral, y la foto en las planillas
El PN permite que las mujeres estemos aquí
A Ekonomo, hay que pensar en el país no de movimientos
-Mario Segura PL Jefe de bancada
La segunda vuelta es iniciativa liberal, a Ekonomo, ambos partidos estamos divididos no es noticia, uds tienen que consultarle al movimiento sin cabeza y al movimiento del presidente Oliva, D1: Risas
Si de verdad quisiera consultarle al pueblo lo hubiesen hecho cuando la reelección, no que se fueron a la corte (Fallo del 239), Doble moralidad, Llaman a la conciliación pero tienen los votos en el congreso, póngalos a disposición, los llamó a la reflexión vienen tiempos dificiles y tenemos desgaste, las letras del puente no deben doler, duelan el dinero público perdido (Hospitales).
a D1: que se deje de perder el dinero y las pruebas también que pudieron servir al sector cafe
Jorge Lobo Diputado PN candidato presidencial por Dc
Un llamado a D1 Y D2 Dejen de darle paja al pueblo, Hechos no palabras no hay resultados en el congreso ni en el Central ejecutivo
pausa
D2: yo no soy politiquera como la Vicepresidenta del PL, queremos participación de las mujeres, dejen las pinturas todos nos preguntamos dónde está el dinero, ya no queremos corrupción en el país, hemos llorado, dar la cara no es fácil, hay corazones más sanos, los que insisten que honduras en un circo están equivocadas. Todos nos preguntamos dónde está el dinero? uno se va sensibilizando, queremos respuesta, y que se apliquen la ley a los que se han burlado de nosotros, yo no soy corrupta. el que maneja la plata es el que debe dar cuentas
R: Una autocrítica dejada por D2 a D2- Uds que están en el ejecutivo han puesto a esa gente, intercede D1: Jum! D2: Se ríe, escucho a Ricardo decir Jum!
D1: Cada quien es responsable de sus actos, si su personal vende cocaina ud es responsable renato? ¡no!. al nacionalismo no nos rajamos, rendimos o ahuevamos, y no vamos a cargar con las muertes de unos cuantos que se han hecho millonarios, queremos justicia no ataco ni defiendo a nadie!
D2: No todos estamos en el saco de corrupción.
D1: Vamos a ir a internas, si hay negociación saco llantas!
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2020.08.08 00:05 BoavistaFC Possivel interesse do Boavista em contratar Jorge Benguché - Fonte: centotrentuno

De acordo com esta fonte, tanto o Cagliari como o Boavista estão interessados no avançado Jorge Benguché, jogador das Honduras a jogar neste momento no Club Olimpia Deportivo.
A noticia diz que o Cagliari está pronto para pagar 1,5M euros, o que faz com que seja dificil para o Boavista conseguir contrará-lo.
No faço idea se a fonte é credível, mas acho que se decida a dar notícias do Cagliari.
https://www.centotrentuno.com/focus/mercato-cagliari-non-solo-santamaria-ritorno-di-fiamma-per-benguche/
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2020.07.19 18:15 edgg51 JOH falsamente dice que su esfuerzon contra la pandemia es destacado por el NYT

En este articulo la tribuna falsamente menciona que New York Times clasifica a Honduras como una paìs donde mejor se ha manejado la pandemia.
Esto ya es un colmo, el presidente y sus liados/tarifados esta desinformando a la población. JOH ha llegado al punto que no tiene escrupulos y hace lo que sea para mejorar su imagen y sobre todo desviar la atención del gran robo que han hecho durante la pandemia el y sus aliados.
En su twitter Emily Palmer dice que esta hablando con sus editores para clarificar es noticia.
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2020.07.15 00:41 new_Australis Triste noticias para todo Honduras.

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2020.07.14 16:42 Superfan234 Explaining the Economic Blockade of Venezuela

In late 2019, The United States, Europe and Latin America finally decided to carry out an Economic Blockade to Venezuela
The Allies are determined to stop all revenue sources supporting Maduro’s Regime. On the other hand Russia, Iran, and Cuba are trying their best to bring supplies to The Revolution...
Who is going to prevail in this attrition Battle?

The Oil Industries Blockade

The blockade of Venezuelan Oil Industries began in January 2019, when the United States took control of the CITGO company (*), the most important refinery the Regime had at the time
In April 2019, USA started to apply sanctions to any company with commercial relationship with PDVSA
Initially, sanctions were easily evaded thanks to Russian help. For this reason, in February 2020, the US sanctioned Rosneft, the Russian semi-state oil company. After several diplomatic troubles, Rosneft agreed to withdraw their support for PDVSA
Currently, Venezuela's oil exports have dropped to 360,000 barrels per day, lowest sales number in ~70 years. On top of it, the Gasoline shortages are ever present, and it forces the country to shut down completely from week to week
To put it more bluntly: Oil revenue for 2020 is estimated in 1.5 Billion Dollars[*]. For comparison, in 2014 (first year of Maduro's Goverment) PDVSA revenue closed at 120 Billions [*]

The Gold Blockade

This blockade has three fronts

Drugs Blockade

In April 2020, the United States initiated a massive Naval Operation to stop drug traffic in the Caribbe, blocking de facto the main routes of Venezuelan Narcos
To quote Defense Secretary Mister Mark T. Esper:
There are now 75% more surveillance aircraft and 65% more ships than usual for drug interdiction in the Eastern Pacific area and the Caribbean. These additional assets include four Navy destroyers, five Coast Guard cutters and eight aircraft. Currently, nearly a dozen Navy and Coast Guard ships and over 15 aircraft from across the interagency are supporting our efforts in addition to security forces deployed to the region.[*]
In their latest report, SouthCom highlight the capture of ~1,000 drug traffickers and 120 cubic tons of drugs. Almost 2 Billion Dollars in profits taking lost for Narcos
Adding to this, Honduras passed a law to collaborate with the USA to stop Narco planes over its territory. Mexico, last week, shot down a Narco plane coming from Venezuela. The new Bolivia Goverment is doing their best to stop Cocaine trade to Venezuela...In synthesis, Drug Traffic it's becoming quite difficult for Maduro and his friends

Personal Sanctions

Allies have worked together to block the personal finances of Venezuelan officers in their territories
Sanctions are multiple and pretty diverse. They range from the bann on travel, the seize of physical assets or the termination of personal bank accounts. Another way to stop commercial transactions coming to Regime Officials
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2020.07.12 19:03 Superfan234 El Bloqueo

In late 2019, The United States, Europe and Latin America finally decided to carry out an Economic Blockade to Venezuela
The Allies are determined to stop all revenue sources supporting Maduro’s Regime. On the other hand Russia, Iran, and Cuba are trying their best to bring supplies to The Revolution...
Who is going to prevail in this attrition Battle?

The Oil Industries Blockade

The blockade of Venezuelan Oil Industries began in January 2019, when the United States took control of the CITGO company (*), the most important refinery the Regime had at the time
In April 2019, USA started to apply sanctions to any company with commercial relationship with PDVSA
Initially, sanctions were easily evaded thanks to Russian help. For this reason, in February 2020, the US sanctioned Rosneft, the Russian semi-state oil company. After several diplomatic troubles, Rosneft agreed to withdraw their support for PDVSA
Currently, Venezuela's oil exports have dropped to 360,000 barrels per day, lowest sales number in ~70 years. On top of it, the Gasoline shortages are ever present, and it forces the country to shut down completely from week to week
To put it more bluntly: Oil revenue for 2020 is estimated in 1.5 Billion Dollars[*]. For comparison, in 2014 (first year of Maduro's Goverment) PDVSA revenue closed at 120 Billions [*]

The Gold Blockade

This blockade has three fronts

Drugs Blockade

In April 2020, the United States initiated a massive Naval Operation to stop drug traffic in the Caribbe, blocking de facto the main routes of Venezuelan Narcos
To quote Defense Secretary Mister Mark T. Esper:
There are now 75% more surveillance aircraft and 65% more ships than usual for drug interdiction in the Eastern Pacific area and the Caribbean. These additional assets include four Navy destroyers, five Coast Guard cutters and eight aircraft. Currently, nearly a dozen Navy and Coast Guard ships and over 15 aircraft from across the interagency are supporting our efforts in addition to security forces deployed to the region.[*]
In their latest report, SouthCom highlight the capture of ~1,000 drug traffickers and 120 cubic tons of drugs. Almost 2 Billion Dollars in profits taking lost for Narcos
Adding to this, Honduras passed a law to collaborate with the USA to stop Narco planes over its territory. Mexico, last week, shot down a Narco plane coming from Venezuela. The new Bolivia Goverment is doing their best to stop Cocaine trade to Venezuela...In synthesis, Drug Traffic it's becoming quite difficult for Maduro and his friends

Personal Sanctions

Allies have worked together to block the personal finances of Venezuelan officers in their territories
Sanctions are multiple and pretty diverse. They range from the bann on travel, the seize of physical assets or the termination of personal bank accounts. Another way to stop commercial transactions coming to Regime Officials
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2020.07.09 14:45 jeduardooliveira Minicopa

Lamentável da minha parte desviar o assunto que é: vitória do Flu ontem. Mas hoje, faz 48 anos da final da minicopa. No dia 9 de Julho de 1972, a seleção brasileira ergueu a Taça da Independência, ou Minicopa, como ficou conhecida, que serviu para comemora os 150 anos de Independência do Brasil. Vinte equipes disputaram o torneio, Argentina, França, Portugal, URSS (que não enviou sua seleção principal), Uruguai, Tchecoslováquia, Iugoslávia, Irlanda e Escócia entre elas, além de combinados que representaram a África e a América Central (combinado de Honduras e Haiti), e, também, todas as demais seleções da América do Sul. Doze cidades sediaram os jogos: Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Porto Alegre, Salvador, Maceió, Recife, Campo Grande, Curitiba, Belo Horizonte, Natal, Aracaju e Manaus. João Havelange utilizou muito bem esse torneio, assim como a ditadura militar, para se promover e alcançar, dois anos depois, a presidência da FIFA. Esse torneio poderia ter sido ainda maior, não fosse as desistências de Inglaterra, Itália e Alemanha Ocidental. Alguns destaques ficaram por conta da seleção Brasileira (praticamente a mesma base de 70, menos Pelé), Portugal (base do Benfica, com Eusébio incluído) e a goleada de 10x0 da Iugoslávia (a maior de sua história) sobre a Venezuela, no Couto Pereira. Para este torneio, Zagallo (que na época era Zagalo, com um “L” só) não convocou o lateral esquerdo Everaldo, único gaúcho na seleção do tri (originando, inclusive, a estrela dourada na bandeira do Grêmio), isto provocou o descontentamento de mídia e torcida gaúcha, por este motivo a seleção teve uma recepção hostil em um amistoso de preparação no Beira-rio, frente, justamente, da seleção gaúcha (jogaço que terminou 3x3 para mais de 100mil pessoas). Houveram algumas brigas generalizadas durante o torneio, como no jogo entre Paraguai e Venezuela, em Campo Grande, e em Iugoslávia 4x2 Argentina, no Maracanã. No jogo entre Irlanda e Irã, no Arruda, quando os dois times entraram em campo vestindo camisas verdes, foi necessário que uma delas mudasse de uniforme, o Irã foi sorteado e teve que jogar com o uniforme do Santa Cruz, o que fez ganhar a torcida imediatamente. A final ocorreu entre Brasil e Portugal, Jairzinho fez o gol da vitória aos 43 minutos do segundo tempo, no Maracanã com 99 mil pessoas, no último jogo de Tostão pela seleção (encerrou a carreira em 1973, com 27 anos).
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2020.06.23 05:22 Beginning_Beginning Drug trafficking as a convenient excuse for intervention in Venezuela: A follow-up

A little more than 2 weeks ago I wrote a post titled "Drug trafficking as a convenient excuse for intervention in Venezuela" which was a reply to an accusation by New York's district attorney of the Venezuelan government being a narco-terrorist organization that wanted to flood the United States with cocaine "in order to undermine the health and wellbeing" of that country. That's pretty much the excuse under which the Trump administration has justified a number of actions against the government, including political and economic sanctions, threats of invasion, etc.
https://www.reddit.com/venezuela/comments/gw7hek/drug_trafficking_as_a_convenient_excuse_fo
I based my case on three different, well-documented arguments:
1) Venezuela isn't flooding the US with drugs. Not only does the drug - mainly cocaine - that goes to the US from Venezuela is but a fraction of the total, drug shipments from Venezuela have actually been steadily decreasing in the past years.
2) Neighboring countries, and more specifically Colombia, are actually bigger narco-states and have state sponsored/sheltered apparati behind drug-trafficking. I, as a matter of anecdotes, mentioned news pieces just from the last couple of months including
3) Finally, that the US government isn't truly concerned either with drugs undermining the health and wellbeing of the nation. I specifically mentioned the lose morals of hard-core Republican congresspeople who are constantly changing their stance of the legality and morality of marihuana legalization once they realize that recreational marihuana can help states close budget holes. I also mentioned the Slacker family, some true drug barons that have made billions of dollars by inundating the US with opioids.
I finally wrote some finals comments regarding the war of drugs (my personal take is that it should be completely dismantled).
I received several criticisms from some of the regular posters of this sub. Some like u/red-ish went to the source of my claims, for instance they mentioned that, with regards of former ambassador Sanclemente:
[I] omitted some key details there, like the fact that the owner was the family of the ambassador not the ambassador himself, and that the farm was rented to some other people.
Several of the criticisms were directed to make a distiction between the Colombian government and the Venezuelan one, in the sense that Colombia cannot be considered a narco-state because they actually worked towards ending drug-trafficking whereas the Venezuelan government was actually part of big drug cartel.
For instance u/re-dish said that:
The fact remains, the old [Colombian drug] leaders are all imprisoned, this is something that you will see when a government is actively going after the cartels.
And u/endospores wrote that:
the army and the madurismo are heavily involved in cocaine trafficking despite years of evidence of it and two nephews of cilia getting caught red handed with almost a ton of cocaine worth around 67 million dollars.
Finally, my position on the drug on wars was basically equated to crime apologetics.
This is a follow-up. Some of the things that have come to light in just three weeks is trully fascinanting and some of the people that read the previous post might find interest in it. It will also serve as a response to some of the criticisms I got previously and directly refutes many of points made by those who wrote them.
What's happened in the last 18 days
In these past few days, many reports that have been coming out since late April have been gaining strength within the public opinion. Yesterday, El Espectador columnist Yohir Akerman wrote a opion piece titled "El que la descubre la paga". It begins with the following sentence: "By now it is clear why Ivan Duque's Government's drug combat policy has failed" and he goes on to expand on the current status of several of the many drug-related scandals that have been tarnishing the government's image (some of which I precisely wrote about):
La Dirección Especializada de Extinción del Derecho de Dominio de la Fiscalía impuso medidas cautelares de embargo, secuestro y suspensión del poder dispositivo sobre cuatro predios y dos vehículos de la sociedad Las Colinas de Guasca, de la que hizo parte y fue representante legal el señor embajador Sanclemente Alzate.
El escándalo pasó desapercibido y todo se desactivó con una simple renuncia al cargo.
So, it wasn't just that the farm where they found the Ambassador's drug lab belonged to his family and it was rented to someone else. The prosecutors actually seized and embargoed four different properties and two vehicles from a business partnership called Las Colinas del Guasca, of which ex-ambassador Sanclemente Alzate acted as legal representative. Apparently the entire scandal has gone away with him resigning from his post.
The article also reads that:
Mientras la investigación ya tiene capturados a los agentes de la Dijín que interceptaron legalmente al Ñeñe y a su hermano, a los mencionados en el escándalo no les ha pasado nada.
In the story dealing with the presidential bid bolstered by drug money, a judged actually ordered the intelligence officers that incercepted the incriminating calls to be captured and are currently in jail whereas the drug dealers are roaming free.
https://www.elespectador.com/opinion/el-que-la-descubre-la-paga/
But besides those stories I wrote about a new batch of investigative reports have come out in the last days. We learned, for instance, that Marta Lucía Ramirez had a brother that went to jail for trafficking heroine to the US and she paid a 150000 USD bond and that was kept secret to most everyone, including president Duque. We also learned that her niece's - which is more like an adopted daugter - husband spent five years in jail for the "falsos positivos" scandal: During the Uribe years, Colombian military officers and soldiers killed, as part of a widespread policy innocent people - mainly poor peasants - and made them pass as guerrilla fighters in order to cook numbers and obtain military benefits. Those pesky nephews and brothers...
https://www.semana.com/nacion/articulo/marta-lucia-ramirez-pago-fianza-de-su-hermano-por-narcotrafico/679468
https://www.elespectador.com/noticias/politica/duque-no-sabia-marta-lucia-ramirez-sobre-condena-de-su-hermano/
https://voragine.co/una-ejecucion-extrajudicial-enloda-a-la-familia-de-marta-lucia-ramirez/
But the most striking report came from Insight Crime, a foundation dedicated to investigating organized crimed in Latin America and the Caribbean. Insight Crime's co-founder Jeremy McDermott, who is an ex-officer of the British Army and former BBC correspondant in Colombia. He had been working for some time on what he calls the "invisible drug traffickers"
InSight Crime has long believed that behind every famous drug trafficker, there have been many “invisibles.” Rather than dressing in alligator boots, sporting gold chains and gold-plated pistols, these drug traffickers have shunned ostentation and the limelight. They act like legitimate businessmen. Because the drug trade needs protectors, with high profits and untrustworthy participants, every invisible needs a “visible” to ensure that agreements are respected and debts are paid.
Pablo Escobar was the ultimate visible trafficker, becoming a member of Colombia’s congress, opening his vast estate Hacienda Nápoles to the public and populating it with exotic wildlife. Yet when Escobar fell, dozens of invisibles remained and many, like Memo Fantasma, survive to this day.
https://www.insightcrime.org/investigations/the-invisibles-of-the-drug-world/
This should give a little insight on u/re-dish's idea "that the old [Colombian drug] leaders are all imprisoned". If any of you have time to read the entire report go ahead and do it, it's quite long but it plays like a real-life detective story and it's absolutly fascinating. Insight Crime established that Memo Fantasma is another alias for Sebastián Colmenares, a high-profile paramilitary leader co-founder of the most powerful paramilitary organization in the 1990's and 2000's and one of the biggest drug-lords on the history of Colombia, up there with Pablo Escobar, the Rodriguez Orejuela brothers, el Loco Barrera and Don Berna. He must have been a truly important figure within that world because he was one of the signatories of the Unity for Peace Agreement, along with the Castaño brothers, Don Berna, Macaco, Pablo Sevillano... the heavy-hitters of drug-trafficking and paramilitarism in Colombia. And yet, nobody knew the guy's real identity and there weren't any attempts to capture him despite him never demovilizing.
Insight Crime found out, among other things:
I) That Memo Fantasma had been trafficking since the early nineties within the Medellin Cartel during the times of Pablo Escobar, then through Oficina de Envigado and with the support of the paramalitaries and his network of Mexican contacts.
II) That he is co-responsible for the deaths of tens of thousands massacred as part of the expansion of paramilitarism (yes, tens of thousands of people murdered).
III) That he had "high-level protection, had penetrated elements of the Colombian police and might even have been a US informant":
...he was known as a vicious little shit and was a friend of Rogelio’s [real name Carlos Mario Aguilar] of the Oficina de Envigado, who ran the Medellín sicario [hitman] networks and who had several policemen on his payroll, including General Mauricio Santoyo.”
General Santoyo, who is mentioned and thanked in President Alvaro Uribe’s autobiography, “No Lost Causes” (“No hay causa perdida”), was one of the stars of the police force and head of President Uribe’s security detail. His relationship with Rogelio is well documented and was confirmed to us by Rogelio’s sister, Cruz Elena Aguilar.
Indeed, it was Rogelio’s testimony to US authorities that led Santoyo to plead guilty to charges of working with the paramilitaries after being extradited to the United States in 2012. Having a top policeman on the payroll showed the power of the Oficina de Envigado, the successor to the Medellín Cartel, that Rogelio ran under the orders of Diego Murillo, alias “Don Berna.” And the Oficina was Memo’s criminal home, perhaps even more so than the paramilitaries.
IV) That he has laundered (and continues to launder) countless millions of USD through a network of companies owned by a number of figure-heads in Colombia and Spain (that they know of) from his own businesses and presumably from other important figures.
V) That the US government has known all about this guy from a long time ago:
What we know is that there was an open case file on Memo in the United States. We have the name of a prosecutor who was looking into him and the name of a possible DEA case officer. Requests for comment were not answered and another US source stated that the files had been sealed and were classified.
...
Bonnie Klapper, a former assistant US attorney who specialized in drug prosecutions and is now a noted defense attorney, has seen both sides of the US justice system and its interactions with the drug world and its informers. While she had no specific knowledge of Guillermo Acevedo or Memo Fantasma and she thinks no formal indictment against Acevedo exists, he could have worked as an informant and therefore received lenient treatment.
Asked how tolerant US agencies would be to criminal activity by a source, she replied: “Quite tolerant, so long as the source is working at the agency’s direction.”
Asked if it is usual for a drug trafficker to get a complete pass, Klapper replied, “not very common, but not unheard of. I have represented two individuals in the past eight years who were given a pass. However, neither had a high profile nor was there any violence. They weren’t given a pass because their cooperation was so great — though it was excellent — but simply because the agents were not interested in pursuing the case — not big enough, conduct was old, etc. — or the informants just slipped through the cracks and the statute ran out.”
Oh... and the cherry on top:
V) That he is an associate of Vice-president Marta Lucía Ramirez's husband (actually with herself because she has majoritary stake in the company that has dealings with Memo Fantasma). In fact, an informant of Insight Crime told them that:
“They moved to Bogotá. We heard that when one of the family members boasted that Memo and Catalina had got their two daughters into the Nueva Granada school, thanks to a recommendation from Marta Lucía Ramírez.”
There's a really strange turn to the story. McDermott tells us that he went to Madrid to confront Guillermo León Acevedo Giraldo - the real name of Memo Fantasma - or or at least to deliver a letter laying out the story and giving him the right to reply. The day after he spoke to Memo Fantasma he flew to Colombia and upon arriving he turned on the phone:
There I found a message from Vice President Marta Lucía Ramírez saying that we needed to talk. This could not be a coincidence. When we got on the phone, she got right to the point.
“I know what story you are working on,” she said.
Now at any one time, InSight Crime is working on a dozen different investigations, but I have found it is usually better to be direct with vice presidents.
“Who told you?” I asked.
“A source in Washington,” she replied.
Since then, things have continued to pile up.
Again, this is from the last three weeks. It's ridiculous to see the extent and ramifications of the narcoparamilitary state in Colombia and how it has permeated all branches of the government. Insight Crime's research confirms my originally thesis that narcotraffic is used discretionarily by the US government to punish any given party that doesn't play along.
Now, let's put aside Memo Fantasma and his criminal network and actions (which go on today, Insight Crime contacted Spanish authorities and they told him the guy was on their radar because he was buying properties from known Colombian money launderers) and its relation with the US government. Also let's agree for the sake of discussion that Maduro and his government are in fact a big organized drug-trafficking operation. How can you explain the "drug-traffic is illegal and a crime and it has to be punished" narrative that I was replied with in my previous post when Bolton in his book says negotiation was always on the table and that corruption and drug-trafficking charges could simply be put aside as long Maduro was ousted?
Muchas figuras importantes del régimen eran corruptas, se beneficiaban del narcotráfico, por ejemplo, y su récord de respeto de los derechos humanos era todo menos ejemplar. Pero yo estaba convencido que era mejor tragarse unos sapos para tumbar el régimen y liberar a los venezolanos que pararse en unos “principios” que los mantenía oprimidos, y con Cuba y Rusia mandando adentro.
https://lasillavacia.com/trump-queria-salida-militar-y-petroleo-venezuela-dice-bolton-77205
In fact, the recent Axios report reads that they are negotiating with Diosdado Cabello - "an alledged druglord" in the words of the report - and that the "Trump administration officials view Cabello as an important power broker, and some say the Venezuelan opposition's April 30 uprising would have succeeded if Cabello had been involved".
https://www.axios.com/scoop-inside-trumps-naval-blockade-obsession-555166b0-06f9-494c-b9fb-9577a589e2ac.html
The Guardian reports that "Some Trump officials reportedly considered that a positive sign suggesting Maduro’s circle was 'gradually cracking'", but I assume that if the expected Cabello to participate in the uprising one would presume that he would receive some benefits or maintain some participation in the new government. So are they explicitly accepting that they don't care about the help of "an alledged druglord" that is part of Maduro's bigger drug ring?
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/aug/21/venezuelan-leader-nicolas-maduro-confirms-months-of-secret-us-talks
So it was never really about the drugs: Drug charges stick or are forgotten depending on the interests of the US administration. It is as I've titled my posts: Drug trafficking as a convenient excuse for intervention in Venezuela (and elsewhere).
By the way, Bolton has told us what we already suspected (and which my fellow posters vehemently denied): The White House saw Maduro as a threat to the US because of his ties with Russia, China and Cuba, and wanted to revive the Monroe Doctrine through a military intervention. He also wanted (wants) Venezuela's oil.
Also that former Colombia's Foreign Minister Carlos Holmes pushed for US military presence in Colombia; Duque went to the US to push against a negotiated solution with Venezuela and Ambassador Francisco Santos told Trump that Maduro was losing all the political that Santos believed he still had over Guaidó a couple of months before, something that apparently had a big impact on Trump. This coincides with Operación Gedeón - which I believe some people honestly believed could be a success - and with the Colombian speed boats that sailed by themselves to the Venezuelan coast.
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2020.06.13 03:21 Juanrayo insight crime: en Honduras gobierno compró a US$100 pruebas que cuestan US$4 en china

"En Honduras, el gobierno adquirió pruebas de coronavirus por US$100 cada una, a tres intermediarios que las compraron a US$4 por unidad en China. En Guatemala, el gobierno compró mascarillas N95 por 18 veces su valor comercial a un empresario que ya había sido condenado por cargos de corrupción."
La nota no es sólo sobre Honduras, pero pueden leerla completa acá
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2020.06.04 03:32 Beginning_Beginning Drug trafficking as a convenient excuse for intervention in Venezuela

I just saw an article here at the sub on the US offering 5MM USD for the Arrest of Venezuela’s Crypto Chief. A quote from that article:
Geoffrey Berman, district attorney, of New York, accused him last month of being part of a corrupt group of high-ranking Venezuelan officials – including President Nicolas Maduro – running a “narco-terrorism partnership” intent on flooding “the United States with cocaine in order to undermine the health and wellbeing of our nation.”
So, the theory is that Maduro wants to flood the US with cocaine and that the entire Venezuelan government is a huge drug-trafficking enterprise that supports this purpose. I think some people honestly believe that this is true. Perhaps others believe that there might or not be truth to the idea of the Venezuelan narco-state but still support the premise because it serves as a way to achieve foreign military intervention in the country. I won't even attempt to argue that the Venezuelan government does not engage in drug trafficking but only to present some sources that question a) the idea of Venezuela flooding the US with drugs; b) that neighboring countries like Colombia are trully concerned with drugs trafficking in general; and c) that the US government is truly concerned with drugs undermining the health and wellbeing of the nation.
Venezuela isn't flooding the US with drugs
Just today, Colombian political magazine Semana published a report titled "La principal ruta de la droga sigue siendo el Pacífico y no Venezuela" - "The main drug (trafficking) route continues to be the Pacific and not Venezuela"
https://www.semana.com/nacion/articulo/narcotrafico-en-colombia-las-rutas-de-salida-de-la-droga/661805
El informe da cuatro datos reveladores. El primero es que para el año 2017, según los datos de instituciones de los Estados Unidos, el 85 % del tráfico de drogas fue marítimo, por lo cual se deduce que el 15 % fue aéreo. Pero del total del tráfico marítimo, el 70 % pasó por el Pacífico, lo que significa que el 30 % restante pasó por el mar Caribe.
Lo anterior indica que Venezuela no es la principal ruta de salida de la droga que se produce en Colombia. Además, en el informe se cita un reporte de la organización Wola, que dice que los datos de la Base de Datos Antidrogas Consolidada Interagencial (CCDB, por su sigla en inglés) de los EE. UU. muestran que los flujos de cocaína a través de Venezuela han disminuido desde su pico en 2017. Según los datos de CCDB, la cantidad de cocaína que fluye a través de Venezuela cayó un 13 por ciento de 2017 a 2018, y parecía continuar disminuyendo ligeramente hasta mediados de 2019.
So, not only is Colombia the main producer of cocaine and the US the main consumer, but Colombia also the main exporter by far. And not just that, Venezuela has actually been reducing cocaine traffic through it's territory for years.
If this wasn't enough, Colombia under Duque's presidency broke the dishonourable record of most coca plants cultivated area in its history: 212 thousand hectares in 2019.
Un tercer dato que trae el informe es que, según el Departamento de Estado de los Estados Unidos, en 2019 Colombia llegó a la cifra más alta de cultivos de hoja de coca en su historia, con 212 mil hectáreas. En 2018 fueron 208 mil. Es decir, se produjo un leve aumento. De fondo, lo que existe es que aquella idea de que el aumento de los cultivos era producto de una mano blanda y que cuando el gobierno de Iván Duque llegara todo iba a cambiar, pero no fue así.
Neighboring governments aren't trully concerned with drugs traffick in general
Today, it was reported in Colombia that a woman named Maria Claudia Daza and known by the nickname "Cayita" held a first interrogation with prosecutors because she was recorded - as part of an investigation by Colombian intelligence services - talking to a famous drug trafficker known as Ñeñe Hernandez and proposing him to "pasar plata debajo de la mesa" - that is, to provide non-traceable funds to buy votes for then presidential candidate Ivan Duque in the northern coastal states.
https://www.elespectador.com/noticias/judicial/maria-claudia-daza-guardo-silencio-durante-interrogatorio-por-nenepolitica-articulo-922447
Yesterday, General Raúl Antonio Rodríguez Arévalo droped out of the Colombian Army where he was acting as Chief of the Army Operations Staff because of his links to drug trafficker Ñeñe Hernandez.
https://www.semana.com/semana-tv/semana-noticias/articulo/alto-mando-del-ejercito-vinculado-con-el-nene-hernandez-pide-su-retiro/67559
In mid march an ambulance airplane that left Olaya Herrera airport (the urban airport in Medellin) crashed in Honduras full of drugs.
https://www.eltiempo.com/unidad-investigativa/cae-en-honduras-avioneta-ambulancia-con-coca-colombiana-474616
A couple of months ago the police found and incinerated a drug lab at a farm belonging the Colombia's ambassador in Uruguay - Fernando Sanclemente Alzate - capable of processing one ton of coke a month. The ambassador resigned to his post and returned to Colombia where he denied any wrongdoing.
https://www.elheraldo.co/colombia/hallan-laboratorio-de-coca-en-finca-familiar-de-embajador-de-colombia-en-uruguay-701565
I find it curious that his name came up last weekend on an investigative report by Daniel Coronel titled "El vuelo fatal" ("The fatal flight") - https://losdanieles.com/daniel-coronell/el-vuelo-fatal/
Last week Coronell reminded Colombians that a young Alvaro Uribe sold an apartment back in the seventies to a guy named Israel Londoño Mejía - a drug trafficker who was the brother in law of Jorge Luis, Juan David and Fabio Ochoa Vásquez. The Ochoa brothers were, along with Pablo Escobar, the capos of the Medellin drug cartel. Uribe of course denied that they had a relationship beyond having met some time in college. But Coronell showed documents proving that less than a year later, Uribe - acting as chief of Aeronáutica Civil - authorized the import of a civilian helicopter for Israel Londoño. In September of 1983, the Minister of Justice of that time suspended the operation of 57 aircraft, including the aforementioned helicopter, because they actually belonged to drug cartels through a number of figureheads.
Years later somehow the helicopter ended up in the hands of an amnestied drug dealer named Luis Guillermo ‘Guillo’ Ángel who was close to the Ochoas back then, This helicopter had a fatal crash in 2006 in which a local politician by the name Pedro Juan Moreno Villa, who had a Secretary post for Uribe when he was governor but who had distanced himself from him during his presidency, died. Supposedly Moreno had information on Uribe's provided air logistics for a paramilitary incursion called the "Masacre del Aro". Several years later, the investigators of the case published a judiciary report stating that the most probable cause of the accident was criminal sabotage, however Uribe's Aeronautica Civil emited a preliminary report which shows a number of inconsistencies, detailed in Coronell's piece. This report was signed by its then chief Fernando Sanclemente Alzate, the same guy who's farm was found to host a coke lab just a couple of months ago.
You can read about Moreno's death from Corporación Nuevo Arco Iris - https://www.arcoiris.com.co/2016/04/quien-mato-a-pedro-juan-moreno/
I just mentioned some examples from the past days, but Colombia is rife with these "fortuitous" ocurrences and with almost daily instances of drug scandals that involve every instance of society. Colombia is the narco state par excellence. I'm sure there's plenty of people that has big interests in drug traffick flourishing, and probably through Venezuela too and not just the Pacific.
The US government isn't truly concerned either with drugs undermining the health and wellbeing of the nation
A couple of weeks ago I read a news article titled "Some Pa. Republicans are open to legalizing marijuana after coronavirus blew a hole in the budget: ‘It’s inevitable’"
https://www.inquirer.com/business/weed/pennsylvania-marijuana-legalization-recreational-use-gop-20200521.html
All it took was an economic crisis for these people to go from "devil's lettuce is destroying America" to "let's make money from recreational marijuana". With that sort of willpower and commitment to the health and wellbeing of their nation. If we are being honest, it seems that US's focus on drugs is focused primarily on the economics of it. Again. if it was a matter of flooding the US with a drug that undermines the health and wellbeing of that nation, the Slackers would have all gone to jail a long time ago.
"The family behind OxyContin pocketed $10.7 billion from Purdue Pharma. Meet the Sacklers, who built their $13 billion fortune off the controversial opioid" - https://www.businessinsider.com/who-are-the-sacklers-wealth-philanthropy-oxycontin-photos-2019-1
And obviously, the focus of the cocaine crackdown wouldn't be the Venezuela but some of its neighbors, including but not limited to Colombia.
An afterword
I suspect that some of the people that read this post will be tempted to ignore all of my sources and comment on my defending of a criminal regime, etc. I wanted to add that I really don't have a problem with drugs themselves. As a matter of fact, I believe that countries should implement models of decriminalization and regularization of the production and distribution of drugs, which approach consumption as a matter of education and public health (and the dismantling of the structures of organized crime that are fueled by the punitive prohibition approach).
The war on drugs is a plague that must be dismantled. It is equally damaging be it that the president of Venezuela is Maduro or someone like Guaidó. If people do not agree with this view, at the very least I expect them to recognize some facts that run counter to the US-led information agenda.
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2020.05.08 23:58 ToxtonG -The Hispanic Countries (Spain included) are negotiating a possible reunification. -Los Paises Hispanos (España incluida) están negociando una posible reunificación

ENGLISH: This new News coming from Madrid are starting to make a lot of Echo around the world, the spanish speaking countries and their respective goverments are planning to make a reunification. This reunification will be carried out in 2025, and, if it works, this modern Spanish Empire would be the third largest economy in the world. This are some of the countries that are known to be interested in this reunification: -Spain -Ecuador -Puerto Rico (USA, posible negotiation) -Dominican Republic -Colombia -Panama -El Salvador -Guatemala -Honduras -Nicaragua -Costa Rica What do you think about this? Let us know in the comments!
SPANISH: Esta nueva noticia que viene de Madrid está comenzando a hacer mucho eco en todo el mundo, los países de habla hispana y sus respectivos gobiernos planean hacer una reunificación. Esta reunificación se llevará a cabo en 2025 y, si funciona, este moderno Imperio español sería la tercera economía más grande del mundo. Estos son algunos de los países que se sabe que están interesados ​​en esta reunificación: -España -Ecuador -Puerto Rico (EE. UU., Posible negociación) -Dominican Republic -Colombia -Panamá -El Salvador -Guatemala -Honduras -Nicaragua -Costa Rica ¿Que piensan sobre esta noticia? ¡Haznoslo saber en los comentarios!
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2020.05.04 18:04 MrRobert44 [OC] An insight in the world of football kits - 454 teams that play in the most unusual colors

I would like to start with a humble warning, that this will be a longer than "usual" post. Hopefully, it will compensate with the amount of information you might deem as interesting. :)

After finishing my first journey into the world of colors in football, by counting which teams play in red & black color combination, I decided to pursue my next curiosity:
How many football teams in the world play in unusual colors?
By this, I was thinking of teams which have a “main” color that is rarely used (grey, brown, purple, pink, etc.) or use an uncommon color combination.
Because of this coronavirus madness that is going on, I was able to spend more hours for this project than I planned, so in the end I was able to go into almost every single league in the world. I checked teams from over 400 divisions, of different tiers, from all continents. Although it’s not an official list, I tried to include as many clubs as possible on it.
Now, you're probably asking yourself "How do you measure how rare or how common is in football a color / combination of colors?"
An exact answer is impossible to give, so I started the study using my own experience as a football supporter, finally finding an useful purpose for the thousands of hours spent on watching football games. Therefore, I used a subjective point of view and excluded the color combinations that I, personally, considered to be the most common in football teams, namely:

The selection criteria for the teams were as follows:
  1. The team should have their main kit in colors which are different than the ones enumerated above;
  2. The team must have played or been associated with the colors for several seasons;
  3. The team should be currently active (dissolved clubs were not included).

But enough introduction, let’s jump straight into the list of the most uncommon kit colors in the world of football:

CATEGORY I - Teams with 1 main color

1. Purple (includes purple+white or purple+black) - [73 clubs]
Notable teams: Fiorentina, Anderlecht, Toulouse, Austria Vienna, Real Valladolid.
Other teams (by conference):
UEFA (photo gallery here) - CE Carroi (Andorra), SV Austria Salzburg, Austria Klagenfurt (Austria), K Beerschot VA (Belgium), Etar Veliko Tarnovo (Bulgaria), NK Dubrava (Croatia), Daventry Town FC (England), Istres (France), VfL Osnabrück, Erzgebirge Aue (Germany), Ujpest, Békéscsaba 1912, Kecskemet TE (Hungary), ACD Legnano, AS Ostia Mare, Gioiese, Casoria Calcio 1979 (Italy), St. Andrews FC (Malta), FC Argeș, ASU Politehnica Timișoara, ACS Poli Timișoara (Romania), FK Graficar (Serbia), KFC Komarno (Slovakia), NK Maribor (Slovenia), Real Jaen, Alameda de Osuna EF, CD Becerril, Atletico Guadalajara, CD Guadalajara, CD Liendo, CD Santurtzi, CD Palencia, La Baneza (Spain) (Spain), Afjet Afyonspor, Hacettepe, Orduspor (Turkey).
Rest of the World (photo gallery here):

2. Burgundy (includes burgundy+white, or similar shades: maroon, claret, dark red, wine red) - [74 clubs]
Notable teams: AC Torino, Metz, Sparta Prague, CFR Cluj.
Other teams (by conference):
UEFA (photo gallery here) - FK Sarajevo (Bosnia), Chelmsford City, FC Northampton Town (England), JJK Jyväskylä (Finland), Dynamo Berlin (Germany), AEL Larissa (Greece), UM Selfoss (Iceland), Galway United (Ireland), Reggina, Cittadella, Salernitana, Trapani, Livorno, US Pontedera, Arezzo, Reggio Audace FC, Fano, US Capistrello, AC Morrone, AC Locri, ASD Bovalinese, Borgosesia Calcio, Milano City FC, Union Clodiense Chioggia, USD Breno, Olympia Agnonese, ASD Travestere Calcio, AC Nardo, ASD Citta di Acireale (Italy), FC Džiugas Telšiai (Lithuania), Nardo FK (Norway), CD Fatima, Clube Oriental de Lisboa (Portugal), Rapid Bucharest, Viitorul Ianca (Romania), AC Libertas (San Marino), Heart of Midlothian FC, Stenhousemuir FC (Scotland), NK Triglav Kranj (Slovenia), Independiente de Vallecas, CD Cenicero (Spain), Hatayspor, İnegölspor, Bandirmaspor, Elazigspor (Turkey), Cardiff Metropolitan University FC (Wales).
Rest of the World (photo gallery here):

3. Orange (includes orange+white) - [54 clubs]
--- full photo gallery here ---

4. Pink (includes pink+black) - [7 clubs]

5. Cream - [3 clubs]
Universitario, Universidad Tecnica Cajamarca, Leon de Huanuco (all from Peru).

6. Grey - [5 clubs]

7. Brown (includes brown+white) - [7 clubs]

CATEGORY II - Teams with 2 main colors

1. Green + Red [34 clubs]
Notable teams: Lokomotiv Moscow, Maritimo Funchal
Other teams (full photo galllery here):

2. Green + Blue [16 clubs]
Notable teams: Seattle Sounders
Other teams (full photo gallery here):

3. Blue + Azure (or any other combination of two shades of blue) [28 clubs]
Notable teams: Zenit St. Petersburg, Sydney FC
Other teams (full photo gallery here):

4. Orange + Blue [24 clubs]
Notable teams: Montpellier, Istanbul Bașakșehir
Other teams (full photo gallery here):

5. Orange + Green [5 clubs]

6. Orange + Grey [2 clubs]
AFC Odorheiu Secuiesc (Romania), Forge FC (Canada).

7. Orange + Purple [1 club] - FK Armavir (Russia)

8. Purple + Yellow [6 clubs]

9. Claret + Yellow / Amber [4 clubs]

10. Claret + Gold [2 clubs]
Deportes Tolima (Colombia), Stellenbosch FC (South Africa)

11. Claret + Blue [22 clubs]
Notable teams: Aston Villa, Burnley, West Ham United, Trabzonspor
Other teams (full photo gallery here):

12. Claret + Green [1 club] - Ciudad de Plasencia CF (Spain)

13. Pink + Blue [5 clubs]

14. Brown + Blue [1 club] - Al-Kawkab FC (Saudi Arabia)

15. Brown + Yellow [2 clubs]
Trujillanos FC (Venezuela), Ohod Club (Saudi Arabia)

16. Brown + Amber [1 club] - Sutton United (England)

17. Grey + Red [4 clubs]
UEFA - Cremonese (Italy), Pembroke Athleta FC (Malta), Strommen IF (Norway), Club Esportiu Jupiter (Spain).

18. Grey + Blue [2 club]

19. Lime Green + Black [10 clubs]

20. Lime Green + White [1 club] - Pirata FC (Peru)

CATEGORY III - Teams with 3 main colors

1. Blue + Yellow + Red [3 clubs]

2. Blue + Yellow + White [1 club] - CA Bella Vista (Uruguay)

3. Blue + Yellow + Black [1 club] - Real Sport Clube (Portugal)

4. Blue + Green + White [1 club] - St. Louis FC (USA)

5. Blue + Orange + White [2 clubs]

6. Orange + Green + Black [1 club] - Venezia (Italy)

7. Orange + Green + White [1 club] - Deportivo Masaya (Nicaragua)

8. Green + Yellow + Black [1 club] - GKS Jastrzębie (Poland)

9. Green + Yellow + Red [4 clubs]

10. Green + Red + White [13 clubs]
Notable teams: Fluminense
Other teams:

11. Green + Red + Black [11 clubs]

12. Green + Black + White [2 clubs]

13. Green + Burgundy + White [2 clubs]

14. Red + Orange + Black [1 club] - Nagoya Grampus (Japan)

15. Red + Yellow + Black [8 clubs]

16. Claret + Blue + Yellow [1 club] - Madureira EC (Brazil)

17. Pink + Blue + White [1 club] - Yangon United (Myanmar)

Category IV - Teams with 4 main colors

1. Red + Yellow + Green + White [4 clubs]

2. Red + Yellow + Blue + White [1 club] - ASDC Verbania (Italy)

3. Red + Yellow + Blue + Black [1 club] - Coras de Nayarit (Mexico)

Here they are. 454 teams from across the entire the world, from Feroe Island to Papua New Guinea or the 4th Italian league. This should be about it. However, if there are by any chance teams that I might have missed, please feel free to leave a comment and I will add them on the list.
Thank you for reading and hope you enjoyed it!
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2020.03.05 23:12 Mr_L-2004 Subreddits de países de América Latina.

En Reddit se pueden encontrar foros sobre cualquier cosa, y los foros sobre países no son la excepción.
Aquí dejo todos los links de los subreddits de países latinoamericanos:
Argentina: Todo lo que tenga que ver con Argentina - English Speakers Welcome
Bolivia: La comunidad boliviana en Reddit
Brasil: A casa dos brasileiros no Reddit. Leia as regras e participe de nossa comunidade!
Chile: La comunidad chilena de Reddit
Colombia: Este es el subreddit de Colombia, ¡un país lleno de diversidad de fauna, flora, gastronomía y actividades! Toda la información relevante al país la pueden encontrar acá.
Costa_Rica: Welcome to costa_rica
Cuba: Todo sobre Cuba // Discuss everything related to Cuba. Compartimos todo relacionado con Cuba: noticias, cuentos, eventos, ideas, preguntas, commentarios, etc. Share news, stories, events, ideas, questions, media and everything related to Cuba.
Ecuador: Un sub dedicado a la comunidad ecuatoriana en Reddit enfocado en Ecuador y todo tema relacionado. ¡Todos estan bienvenidos!
ElSalvador: Este es un subreddit bilingüe para noticias y otros enlaces de interés acerca de El Salvador.
Guatemala: Welcome to guatemala
Honduras: Honduras, *República de Honduras* is a republic in Central America bordered to the west by Guatemala, to the southwest by El Salvador, to the southeast by Nicaragua, to the south by the Pacific Ocean at the Gulf of Fonseca, and to the north by the Gulf of Honduras, a large inlet of the Caribbean Sea. Honduras is known for its rich natural resources, including minerals, coffee, tropical fruit, and sugar cane, as well as for its growing textiles industry, which serves the international market.
Mexico: Aquí empieza la patria.
Nicaragua: ¡Bienvenido a Nicaragua! Somos el subreddit del país más grande de Centroamérica.
Panama: Un subreddit para panameños e interesados en Panamá
Paraguay: Paraguay's subreddit
Peru: Un subreddit para todos los peruanos. Si encuentran alguna noticia interesante, algo que les joda o simplemente quieren saber que ruta de combi tomar... este es el lugar.
PuertoRico: All things Puerto Rico! Information, News, Sports, Culture, Nightlife and much more. Todo sobre Puerto Rico! Información, Noticias, Deportes, Cultura, Jangueo y mucho más.
Dominican: Republica Dominicana, el corazon del caribe.
Uruguay: Subreddit de la hermosa República Oriental del Uruguay. Noticias, humor, deportes y política.
Venezuela: Everything Venezuela related.
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2020.01.17 16:00 bitxianaiz La administración de Trump excluye a ciudadanos Venezolanos del programa de visas de trabajo H-2

Si eres ciudadano de estos 15 países calificas a populares visas para trabajar en EEUU en 2020

16 de enero de 2020 07:01 PM

Cambios importantes de inmigración en el 2020

Aquí presentamos un resumen de las normas migratorias aprobadas por el Servicio de Ciudadanía e Inmigración de Estados Unidos (USCIS) que afectan a inmigrantes en 2020.
En Estados Unidos existen dos programas migratorios que permiten a los ciudadanos extranjeros que quieren trabajar legalmente en este país, y no tienen estudios universitarios ni habilidades especiales, obtener una visa de trabajo temporal a través de un empleador estadounidense.
El programa H-2A permite conseguir trabajo en puestos de empleo temporales en la agricultura, mientras que el programa H-2B, es para empleos temporales no relacionados con la agricultura, como la hotelería, la construcción y la industria de servicios.
Generalmente, el Servicio de Ciudadanía e Inmigración (USCIS) “aprueba peticiones H-2A y H-2B solo para nacionales de países que el secretario en funciones del Departamento de Seguridad Nacional haya designado como elegibles para participar en los programas”, informó la agencia el jueves, al dar a conocer la lista de países que calificarán a las visas temporales del 2020.
USCIS y el Departamento de Seguridad Nacional (DHS) dijeron que la notificación de los países elegibles será publicada el próximo viernes 17 de enero en el Registro Federal, la gaceta oficial del gobierno.
“DHS mantiene su autoridad de añadir países a la lista de países elegibles en cualquier momento, y eliminar cualquier país cuando DHS y DOS determinen que ya no cumple con los requisitos para continuar con su designación”, señala el comunicado.
“Algunos ejemplos de factores que podrían resultar en la exclusión o remoción de un país de esta lista incluyen, pero no están limitados, a fraude, abuso, tasas de denegación, preocupaciones sobre trata humana, y otras maneras de incumplimiento con los términos y condiciones de los programas de visa H-2 de parte de los nacionales de dicho país”.
A partir del 19 de enero, los ciudadanos de estos países en América Latina calificarán a las visas de trabajo H-2A y H-2B:
▪ Argentina
▪ República Dominicana (Solamente al H-2A)
▪ México
▪ Brasil
▪ Guatemala
▪ Honduras
▪ Chile
▪ Colombia
▪ Costa Rica
▪ Panamá
▪ Ecuador
▪ Paraguay
▪ El Salvador
▪ Perú
▪ Uruguay
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