Russia’s communist regime has arrested a reporter of the well-known news channel CNN. The arrest has also involved a group of doctors, who according to international media outlets, were protesting in front of where Navalny has been imprisoned. Their demands were to see Putin’s biggest political rival in a new era of politics for the country. Alexei Navalny has been a political prisoner of the Russian regime since January 2021, and he has been under a rigorous hunger strike for a week. Human rights organizations and other actors of the international community pledge that there is no motive for such arrests to take place. Lea también: Alexei Navalny inicia huelga de hambre en cárcel rusa Among those arrested are CNN correspondent Matthew Chance, and journalists Dimitry Nizovtsev and Ksenia Pakhomova, coordinator of Navalny’s headquarters in Kamerovo. Lea también: Rusia trasladó a Alexei Navalny a una prisión secreta These individuals have been taken to the ninth Police Department of Pokrov, a city located a hundred kilometers away from Moscow. Personal medical staff related to Navalny has accused top level government officials in Russia for systematically violating their human rights *Original note in Spanish by Dayana López, translated into English by Sebastián Narváez.
Hello Everyone My name is Sebastián Narváez, and I would like to welcome you to this section of The Latam Post, in which we briefly analyze different scenarios of Latin America’s political context. Today we would like to share with you our analysis on the judicial investigation that has continuously put former president of Colombia Alvaro Uribe Vélez, in serious political danger over the past couple of weeks. Ans it would be good to begin this conversation by explaining to our audience who Uribe Velez is. Well, he is not only the former president of Colombia, but he is well known for being one of the most important republican leaders in Latin America, and conservative politicians in Colombia. He is the head of a political party called Centro Democratico, which has been siting at the presidential palace in Bogotá for the past 3 years with president Iván Duque. This not to mention they do have a wide majority in congress. Now! Lets get right to it. ! Just like any other major politician he does have a couple of hundred processes opened within the Colombian judicial system, nonetheless, in the last couple of weeks his investigation for witness tampering precluded. This, naturally, generated a political outrage in the Colombian opposition parties. So much so, that even a week after the judge made his final decision, the media is still talking about it. Let me put it in black and white for you. Earlier this year Uribe Velez was put under house arrest. Many of
Last November 9, 2020 (date coinciding with the 31st anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall) the idea of this media was born in order to comply with the three journalistic principles of ethics, truthfulness and independence and its mission is to inform critically and responsibly. We do not have any political commitments, ties or with economic interest groups. This allows us to fulfill the role of being the guardian dog of freedom and democracy. From our spaces we seek the truth and the promotion of liberal principles, promoting debate among the various actors in society and the analysis of facts with expert voices in their areas. The Berlin Wall (in German, Berliner Mauer) was a security wall that was part of the German internal border from August 13, 1961 to November 9, 1989. It surrounded and separated the area of the Berlin city framed in the economic area of the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG), West Berlin, of the capital of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) between those years. It is the best known symbol of the Cold War and of the division of Germany. This wall was called in the GDR "Anti-Fascist Protection Wall" (Antifaschistischer Schutzwall) and by the media and part of Western public opinion as "Wall of Shame" (Schandmauer). The Berlin Wall fell on the night of Thursday, November 9 to Friday, November 10, 1989, 28 years after its construction. The opening of the wall, known in Germany as die Wende (The change), was a consequence of the demands