Santiago, Chile - Chilean President Sebastian Piñera said on Sunday that he is ready to protect public order and make major decisions in March.
The president, who resumed his work on Monday after a three-week vacation, wondered on his Twitter account whether March will be a month of agreements or violence, and noted that 'many predict that it will be a violent month'.
He added that 'the Government is ready to protect public order and boost agreements in March to increase pensions, create a guaranteed minimum income and improve health care. Agreements and no violence is the path'.
However, broad opposition sectors, trade unions and other organizations insist that such initiatives are do not meet their demands and do not involve any deep changes in the prevailing neoliberal model that favors inequalities in the country.
Havana - José Martí spent the hot month of August, 1890 far from New York City, in wooded mountains sparsely inhabited at the time, north of the homonymous state.
Thus, he followed the advice of doctors and friends, and while he savored that intimacy with nature, he took advantage of that moment away from his many daily chores to write verses. There, in the Catskill Mountains, he conceived the second and last book of poems that he would publish months later: Simple Verses.Read More
Cuban minister criticizes US media campaign against Cuban artistsCuba's Minister of Culture Alpidio Alonso criticized on Wednesday US media campaign against Cuban artists including the musician Alexander Abreu.Read More
Havana - Cuba's National Center of Art Schools highlighted here on Monday the triumph of the violin student Loreta Gonzalez, during the 2020 France International Online Music Competition.Read More