Posts Tagged ‘policy’

President Morales

June 4th, 2020

The accuracy and objectivity of the news is a catalyst for the future actions of each individual member of society based on the above build its criteria for the reality we live and operate. The accuracy and objectivity may be, perhaps, easily understandable in theory, however the accuracy and objectivity to achieve that poses many obstacles in practice because the current management and treatment of the story involves active fast and hard the worker can confirm communication to the last detail and leave aside odd subjectivity. Whenever relocation strategies listens, a sympathetic response will follow. However, this is not excuse in any way, to give the fact the news is so lame and crooked but should represent a steady push for a society to work well and accurately informed, able to believe a strong press to be the engine of a collective work in the interests of preserving democracy, rights and also obligations. President Morales and his followers must begin by understanding that every inhabitant of this country has the sacred right to dissent from the policies of all types, government supporters and opponents, and therefore can and should express their opinions so these does not like party in government, something that sadly does not happen in the media as a estatalesa by monitoring them can show that any comments critical of the government is dismissed or not taken into account, these criteria alone are worth encouraging President environment and eventually politicians on their side. Read more here: relocation strategies. On the other hand in the private media, and this is no invention, one can see that they are accepted criteria of both sides something that is acceptable, but the truth is that both sides of the communication workers, at some point, have taken and take sides for one and Moreover, defending tooth and nail to one or another leader and his policies, thus giving a poor image of the Bolivian press the world. The way to stop this is not the path of authoritarianism, humiliation, threats, persecution, the closure of media, unless the generalization that all media would be against the president’s policies, further Otherwise the solution is to reroute the government-media relationship as a democracy without freedom of expression and dissent is not democracy and is nothing more than pure enforcement computers as you think and say what submissive automatons programmed to obey the orders of a supreme chief determined to appropriate powers of the state’s political agenda and priority setting aside other issues capital importance for the country, and more is why the inhabitants of this country prefer thousand times the freedom of expression to a submission on behalf of silly a proceso of cambioa no right to say anything or quibble over an administration that in practice has begun to travel down the path of arbitrariness and authoritarianism decadent and lacking serious solutions for all, increasingly evident, that by some a intelectualesa want to convince the Bolivian all you need to concentrate political power to distribute wealth, and underdevelopment is primarily the fault of the people or countries that developed earlier, denying the idea that authoritarianism and totalitarianism in the world have failed, forgetting that democracy and freedom of expression and dissent even last and last forever.

The Venezuelan People

June 4th, 2020

Prices go up vertically, while production drops and the currency is devalued and no longer a normal means of change. "Who is he?," You were remembering the pre-Soviet Russia or Venezuela portraying the post -democratic?, Now fear is that it gives state capitalism? … It is curious that now when he breaks the fear, after such confiscation and forced nationalization that has been giving over the years and that you, from its position more than once endorsed and justified; than curious that now you dare to suggest that it could lead to misunderstandings and discontent, when there was no shortage times felt the full weight of his position to resolve these misunderstandings at home and convenience of the "highest" good joke that you had to wait for him down the car to be face to face with the undeniable inflation, the absolute weakness of our currency and to realize that barter, exchange only resource we will be the Venezuelan people, in real life, is more maluco to be rich (and against anything that will serve have been, until recently, handsome and apoyao). "… Other leaders such as CEO Angel Martinez offer similar insights. The Venezuelan people assigned us to guard the heritage of arms of the Republic to defend its interests and to be stewards of the legal and legitimate violence of the state. But more than managers of violence, we need to be propeller and peacekeepers and generators of peace and true path towards the development of our people. " That is correct generally assigned property (valued at many millions of dollars ours) as custodians, you never explained what that meant?, Come here that I explain: This means that these weapons can not be hands of anyone outside the army formally until yesterday was under his command and responsibility, means that you are responsible for the use made of such weapons under any circumstances, means, then, that you failed. .