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  Number 230 | Septiembre 2000



The Interbank Bankruptcy Opens a Pandora’s Box
What is being laundered in Nicaragua… money, coffee, banks, businesses, institutions, personalities? The very disquieting revelations emerging in the scandalous Interbank bankruptcy case are dirtying the country’s future. ... continuar...


The Silence about Incest Needs to Be Broken
There can be no real democracy if violence against women is allowed to continue. There can be no development or social transformation, no future or happiness as long as this abuse of power persists. And in this scenario of violence and sexual power, incest the least mentioned and most hushed up crime of all. ... continuar...


A Passionate Memory in Times of Disillusion
August marked the 20th anniversary of the National Literacy Crusade. Thousands of the young Nicaraguans who participated in that experience recalled and honored a feat that permanently marked their lives This is one of those recollections. ... continuar...


THE FATE OF NEW PARTIES On August 14, former Liberal Minister of Government José Antonio Alvarado and retired army chief Joaquín Cuadra submitted to the Supreme Electoral Council (CSE) all... continuar...

El Salvador

The Mayor of San Salvador Dares to Be Supported by the People
Internationally acclaimed for his activities promoting women’s rights, the mayor of San Salvador is making the Salvadoran Left proud while challenging it to move beyond its intrigues and divisions. Mayor Héctor Silva may be his country’s next President. ... continuar...


Land Occupation Opens the Way For Agrarian Reform
Land takeovers by peasants and the struggle for agrarian reform seemed to be a thing of the past, an outdated event in Latin America. Recent events in Honduras, however, prove such assumptions wrong. ... continuar...

América Latina

Educational Reform in Latin America: "It Needs to be Turned Around"
The text of Latin America’s statement on "Education for All" in the World Education Forum, held in Dakar, Senegal, April 26-28, 2000. Hundreds of people from a wide array of countries, organizations, institutions and sectors have signed this statement and more are doing so daily. ... continuar...

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