In Ecuador, the clash between two different economic models continues unabated. The first, the open economy model, is based on the assumption that private business and the free market are guarantors of modernisation and progress. Juan J. Paz y Miño Cepeda* The other is based on the idea […]
The Bolivian president, Evo Morales, and his Movement for Socialism (MAS) won with more than half a million votes. Morales described the results of the presidential elections in Bolivia, which took place a week ago, as “a triumph” but he also warned and reported that “a coup d’état is underway. […]
You have to go much further back to understand how, with or without the economic growth vaunted by Piñera who garnered the support of barely 25% of Chileans, inequality has survived over the centuries. Chile is among the twenty countries in the world with the worst income distribution. In Chile, MPs earn up to 25 times the average salary. And the problem is that in Chile this is not the only inequality.
Time is ticking away, with two weeks to go before the elections in a country where many people’s greatest concern is how to pay the rent and make it to the end of the month. Maylín Vidal Six candidates will fight it out at the ballot box on […]
A British newspaper said that this film, directed by Alejandro Landes, is somewhere between “Apocalypse Now”, “Lord of the Flies” and “Embrace of the Serpent”, three films that have been critically acclaimed. The fact is that it will arrive in Britain on 25th October. Camila Marquez It tells […]