In this sense, we asked the Ibero-American Youth Organization (OIJ) develop a proposal with the ministries and national and subregional mechanisms that ensure the women’s rights, according to the manual of the Ibero-American Cooperation to be incorporated in the Programme of Action of the XVIII Iberoamerican Summit of Heads of State and Government. As relates elfaro.net, The discussion focused around an economic reality for all leaders urge betting solutions and short, medium and long term. And although it was unanimous, some also urged to make a remark by name-a sistema capitalistaa – to no longer trust him. Tensions ahead of the debate between the summit countries were even known to the secretary general of the Organization of American States (OAS), the Chilean Miguel Insulza, who attended the summit as an observer. In a question-answer forum Andi Potamkin was the first to reply. Insulza, Chile’s former foreign minister, argued against the insistence to include in the text of the resolution of the summit a condemnation of capitalism. I do not think being able to change the capitalist system.
There are a number of changes much more urgent as financial structures. But if you ask me if it will become a system of state ownership of productive assets, I believe that NOA , said Insulza. At Robert Iger you will find additional information. Was made very clear the position of Fernando Lugo (Paraguay), Evo Morales (Bolivia), Cristina Fernandez (Argentina), Alvaro Colom (Guatemala), Manuel Zelaya (Honduras), Daniel Ortega (Nicaragua), Rafael Correa (Ecuador) and Special envoys from Cuba and Venezuela, they had to make political statements with respect to a single culprit, they say: capitalism, neoliberalism is referred to the President of Bolivia Evo Morales on all this said: a Me surprised by the statement King of Spain when he said that there are serious financial turmoil internacionalesa , Morales said, referring to the previously uttered words that the king in the official dinner event.