May 18, 2024

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The second list of the most important topics of Latin Press Day

Editors: Manuel Guerrero and Mario Esquivel

Cuba: Communists in Cuba discuss the economic and social situation

The Fifth Plenary Session of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC) began today with a focus on the island’s economic situation and the vanguard role of its fighters in the face of difficulties.

Cuba: Cuba has ratified its interest in cooperation with the Eurasian Economic Union

The President of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel, today endorsed the interest of the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) to participate in the economic and social development of the island in the short, medium and long term.

Panama: The World Trade Union Confederation rejected judicial abuses in Panama

The WFTU Regional Office sent a letter to the President of Panama, Laurentino Cortizo, warning of judicial abuses against union leaders, which is known today.

Panama: They emphasize the role of small parties in the presidential elections in Panama

The role of small parties in Panama facing the general elections in 2024 was revealed today, a fundamental role in forming alliances and the chances of victory for presidential candidates.

Mexico: Archaeological Research in Mexico, the Largest in Mesoamerica

Mexico is conducting the largest known archaeological investigation of the Maya region of this country and Central America with 950 specialists, the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) reports today.

United States of America: The United States is on the verge of a trade dispute due to protectionism

Despite President Joe Biden’s promises, the government seems unable to prevent foreign cars from encountering defects in the American market after implementing a rule on the matter, as I warned today.

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– Bolivia: Bolivia’s ambassador denounces the judicial “Condor Plan”.

The Argentine Ambassador to Bolivia, Ariel Pastero, denounced today in an interview with Prensa Latina that a legal and parliamentary “Condor” plan is underway in this region against leftist leaders opposed to neoliberalism.

Colombia: New hearings before the International Court of Justice between Colombia and Nicaragua have concluded

Hearings before the International Court of Justice on the question of the delimitation of the continental shelf between Nicaragua and Colombia beyond 200 nautical miles from the coast of the Central American country concluded today.

COLOMBIA – The Communist Party of Colombia will select a new Central Committee

Delegates to the 23rd Congress of the Communist Party of Colombia (PCCol) will vote today to determine the composition of the new Central Committee.

USA: Strike TNY Times amid growing US trade union movement

More than 1,100 New York Times employees took part in a 24-hour layoff amid the growing unionization movement in the United States today.

El Salvador: December is progressing in El Salvador with no murders

El Salvador progressed in December with no murders attributed to gangs or gangs, according to authorities today.

Spain: Green Hydrogen with Spain, France and Portugal

The expectations are enormous and although the start-up will be in 2030, today Spain, France and Portugal revealed the details of the future green hydrogen corridor.

Angola: African, Caribbean and Pacific leaders seek greater cooperation

The Organization of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (Oeacp) today kicked off its meeting of Heads of State and Government with calls for a strengthened collective role in addressing global challenges.

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South Sudan: demanding the expulsion of Morocco from the African Union

After analyzing the situation in Western Sahara, international organizations and organizations are today calling for Morocco’s immediate expulsion from the African Union, for its continued human rights violations.

Culture: Colombian film has won several awards side by side in Cuba

The Colombian film Los reyes del mundo, directed by Laura Mora, today became the first winner of the Side Awards at the International Festival of New Latin American Cinema in Havana.

Culture: Octavio Cortázar’s Cinematic Legacy Shines Light on Cuban Screens Director Octavio Cortázar, who has devoted more than six decades to the Seventh Art, today returns to the Cuban film scene in a documentary directed by Patricio Wood.

Culture: A festival in Cuba presents the results of the Cinema Promotion Fund

With the creation of the Fund for the Promotion of Cuban Cinema, local films have seen a boost in the past two years and today they are showing their progress at the International Festival of New Latin American Cinema.

Sports: Unbeaten Messi extracts juice from an “orange kumquat”

Argentine Lionel Messi, unbeaten in three matches against the Netherlands, recklessly beat Louis van Gaal today on his way to the quarter-final duel that will take place at Lusail Stadium in Qatar 2022.