On January 3, 2010, Peru’s Supreme Court upheld Former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori’s April 2007 conviction and 25-year sentence for aggravated homicide, aggravated kidnapping, severe injuries and forced disappearance of persons.
All items entering the Brazilian embassy undergo police inspection, although the final say as to what gets through and what does not is generally left up to a military colonel; the fact that the delivery process is filmed by unidentified policemen in ski masks meanwhile hints at the existence of video footage of the confiscation of ballpoint pens by the self-appointed protectors of the embassy. […]
Corruption in Honduras has taken root at every level of the state, which is helpless to combat it because of the lack of credibility of most of its institutions, the erosion of social capital and the public perception that the problem is here to stay. […]
En su última iniciativa pro bono de relaciones públicas en nombre de los regímenes derechistas de América Latina, Mary Anastasia O’Grady del Wall Street Journal entrevistó un ex comandante del 5º Frente de las Fuerzas […]