Health Care

Evo's inevitable victory

Evo entered today his fourth day of rigorous hunger strike. He spoke yesterday evening and today at noon. His words were calm, persuasive and categorical. He offered a “biometric electoral register” that was still better than the one in force during the electoral processes held in his country, which had already been described by international institutions as reliable and of high quality.… | more |

The Bolivian Revolution and Cuba's Conduct

Sometimes I have thought that I would not have to write the following day and that I could rather use part of the time to read and study, as I have often done. But, the significant events of the past few weeks related to the world economy and politics, and the developments in Bolivia have prevented me from doing so.… | more |

News about Chavez and Evo

Yesterday, Thursday 9, our attention was focused on the tense situation in Bolivia…… | more |

What Notimex Didn't Say

Early on Tuesday March 31st, I read a Notimex news cable dated the 30th; it stated, verbatim:… | more |

The goal that cannot be renounced

Around 35,000 Cuban health specialists are providing free or paid services in the world. Furthermore, some young doctors from countries such as Haiti and others among the poorest of the Third World are working in their homelands thanks to the assistance provided by Cuba. In Latin America, our main contribution has been the ophthalmologic surgeries that will help to preserve the eyesight of millions of people. In addition, we are assisting in the training of tens of thousands of young medical students from other nations, both in and outside Cuba.… | more |

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Our spirit of sacrifice and the empire's extortion

The first report I saw came from the Italian news agency ANSA on April 22.… | more |

“La Paz, April 22.— A commission of deputies are to investigate the case of Bolivian scholarship student who died in Cuba, and whose body was repatriated without several vital organs, including the brain.… | more |

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