THE INVESTMENTS OF FELIPE LARRAÍN, JOSÉ R. VALENTE, BALDO PROKURICA AND ANTONIO WALKER
The private businesses of Piñera's new economic team
Cabinet of President-elect Sebastián Piñera.
The sending of a new Fishing Law, the Reform to the Water Code and the Statute of the Tempters are three of the relevant projects that the next government will have to settle and that will have as protagonists the new economic team. CIPER reviewed in various official records the investments that could cause conflicts of interest in these key areas to the Ministers of Finance, Economy, Mining and Agriculture. After the scandals by the Fisheries Law and the mining royalty in his first government, it is urgent for Piñera to put a barrier between private businesses and public management.
Santiago de Chile, All the indications of a long and meticulous investigation indicate that the Chilean poet Pablo Neruda was murdered, but a complex financial framework prevents closing the file.
If the money flowed immediately, in about six months we would have the final opinion of laboratories in Canada and Denmark, lawyer Rodolfo Reyes, nephew of the Nobel Prize for Literature, told Prensa Latina today.
The Environmental Court of Antofagasta could reverse the decision of the Committee of Ministers that rejected the mining and port of Dominga in August last year. Despite the detractors assure that the ecosystem of those coasts of the Fourth Region has not changed and should be protected by rejecting the project, the fears have to do with the new Government: the ties of Piñera and some of his ministers with the mining company and his statements that have always encouraged the existence of Dominga.
Evo Morales highlights Bolivia's economic growth in 2017
In an address to the media, Morales expressed the economic strength that his country has experienced in recent years.
Bolivian President Evo Morales highlighted on Tuesday the economic growth that the country had during 2017, which preliminary studies place it at 3.82 and assured that this year the advance will be maintained.
Interview with Richard Gott on the legacy of "Che"
"Che's legacy is that of a man who abandoned all his achievements and worldly goods to promote his ideas about the socialist revolution."
Richard Gott is a British journalist, historian and former Latin American correspondent and editor for The Guardian. He was in Bolivia at the time of the murder of Ernesto Che Guevara, and he was called to identify the body.
Gott talks about what happened 50 years ago when the most emblematic revolutionary in Latin America was killed.