Category: POLITICS

Bolivia: Crucial Presidential Elections

For Bolivia, the Covid-19 pandemic is only one part of the turmoil that has been taking place in this country over the past year; this annual cycle of turmoil consists of a contentious election showdown, deadly looting, the overthrow of the country’s first indigenous President in a coup as his followers claim, the rise to

Kyrgyzstan: The Army on the Streets Due to Turkey

Kyrgyzstan’s President Sooronbai Zeenbekov declared a state of emergency the day before yesterday in Biskek and ordered the army to deploy to the streets of the capital as unrest prevails in that Central Asian country. Sporadic gunfire was heard last Friday afternoon, not clear where they came from and whether there were any casualties. The

Rwandan hero Paul Rusesabagina jailed

Paul Rusesabagina  is a Rwandan humanitarian and activist who, while working as a manager at the Hotel des Mille Collines in Kigali, hid and protected 1,268 Hutu and Tutsi refugees from the Interahamwe militia during the Rwandan genocide. None of these refugees were hurt or killed during the attacks. The genocide of the Tutsi tribe claimed the lives of 800000 people. Rusesabagina

Yoshihide Suga is the New Prime Minister of Japan

Yoshihide Suga seventy-one years old, elected by Japan’s Lower House as the country’s new Prime Minister taking the post of resigned, due to health reasons, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (2012-2020).  In the past he served as Chief Cabinet Secretary (2012-2020) under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Minister for Internal Affairs and Communications (2006-2007). Yoshihide Suga

They blew up 46,000 years of history

The Chief-Executive-Officer (CEO) Jean-Sebastien Jacques of the world’s first mining company has resigned-September 11, 2020-under the global outcry caused by the destruction of two ancient sacred Aboriginal caves (Jukan Gorge rock shelters) in the Jukan ravine in Pilbara, Western Australia, and despite persistent objections from members of the Indigenous Australian community. by T.C. ©The law

Elections Bring Discord to Venezuelan Opposition

The Parliamentary opposition in Venezuela is being driven into division, given that part of it led by former Miranda state governor and political opponent Chavez (2012, 2013) Enrique Capriles has already expressed his support for opposition participation in elections called by incumbent Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on December 6, 2020. On the other hand, self-proclaimed
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