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At Least 46 Migrants Found Dead in US/ Bachelet accuses human rights violations in Venezuela / Government and indigenous people open dialogue in Ecuador

Hi Folks. In the United States, they find at least 46 dead migrants in a trailer in San Antonio (Texas). In Ukraine, a Russian attack on a shopping mall packed with civilians has left at least 18 dead. In Colombia, the president-elect, Gustavo Petro, adds support and is achieving a majority in Congress: in addition to a conservative sector, the U party confirmed that it will not oppose the incoming government. It only remains to be seen what position the Democratic Center (Alvaro Uribe’s party) will take against Petro. The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, echoed the conclusions of a new report in which she denounces that the government of Chavista Nicolás Maduro continues with torture, arbitrary executions and persecution of the opposition in Venezuela . In Argentina, after the announcement of greater restrictions on imports, the exchange gap widened to 86%, bonds fell to 7% and the country risk increased. Finally, the Ecuadorian government and the promoters of the national strike that is already 16 days old met and in this first meeting the main issue was fuel: Conaie, the indigenous confederation, demanded that the continuity of the dialogue be subject to the elimination of three Decrees issued by President Guillermo Lasso (Decrees 95, 151 and 462) that are vital to maintain the government’s economic plan and finances and deal with Ecuadorian hydrocarbon policy.

  • Authorities find at least 46 dead migrants in a trailer in San Antonio. The New York Times says three people have been detained in what appeared to be one of the worst migrant deaths in recent years on the southern border: the bodies of at least 46 people believed to be immigrants who crossed into the United States. States from Mexico were found dead Monday in and around a truck that had been abandoned outside San Antonio, state and city officials said. At least 16 others, including children, were taken alive to local hospitals but suffered from heat exhaustion and apparent dehydration, city officials said. “The plight of migrants seeking refuge is always a humanitarian crisis,” Mayor Ron Nirenberg of San Antonio told reporters Monday night. “But tonight we are faced with a horrible human tragedy.”

  • A Russian attack on a shopping center full of civilians leaves at least 18 dead. Russia has once again shown the ferocity with which it conducts the war in Ukraine. After starring in massacres such as those of Bucha and Irpin, an attack with two missiles on a crowded shopping center in the city of Kremenchuk is on its way to becoming a new black chapter in the war adventure that Vladimir Putin began on February 24. In the middle of the afternoon, when the inhabitants of this town in the center of the country were quietly shopping in the clothing, perfume or food stores of the small shopping center located in the middle of the city, a deafening noise broke out. The provisional balance of victims is 18 dead and 59 wounded, according to a latest balance released in the early hours of Tuesday by Dmitri Lunin, governor of Poltava province, where the attack took place. On the other hand, the second day of the G-7 summit, held in Elmau (Germany), has shown two important ways of adjusting: one, the signs of consensus around the idea of ​​changing the way to hit fuel exports Russians —with a price cap rather than a purchase veto—; on the other, the decision to deliver increasingly longer-range weapons to kyiv, with the announcement by the United States that it will supply advanced medium-long-range air defense systems.

  • Petro adds more support and is achieving a majority in Congress. A conservative sector that will not oppose Gustavo Petro joins the Partido de la U, which confirmed that it will also take this position in the incoming government. “The elected bench of congressmen from the Party of the U already announced the previous week that they will not oppose the government of President-elect Gustavo Petro (…) The decision about the position vis-à-vis the incoming government will be made once the scheduled meetings are held. for this purpose, as will be remembered, “explained Dilian Francisca Toro, sole director of the community, in a statement. Thus, the only thing that remains to be seen is the position that the Democratic Center will take against the incoming government. Álvaro Uribe and Gustavo Petro will meet in the coming days to discuss the National Agreement proposed by the elected president.

  • The UN denounces that Maduro continues with the torture and persecution of the opposition in Venezuela. The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, echoed the conclusions of a new report in which she denounces that the government of Chavista Nicolás Maduro continues with torture, arbitrary executions and persecution of the opposition in Venezuela, in addition to attacking and criminalizing NGOs for receiving international support. Bachelet referred to a study carried out between May 1, 2021 and April 30, 2022, in which she concluded that “certain progress” is evident with respect to the recommendations presented in previous reports but in which also, without However, it again warns about the serious violations of human rights in Venezuela. His office in Caracas documented six cases in which the state security forces acted in popular neighborhoods, causing the death of several residents. “In at least three of those cases, the deceased had allegedly suffered torture or ill-treatment before his death,” he warned.

  • The blue dollar rose to $232 in Argentina. After the announcement of greater restrictions on imports, the exchange gap stretches 86%. Bonds fell up to 7% and the country risk increased: with access to the official dollar practically paralyzed for importers and the greater restrictions that the government imposed on foreign purchases, the blue dollar jumped six pesos on the day and reached at $232, the highest price reached so far. The greater obstacles in access to the dollar for importers paralyzed operations in the official circuit, which led companies that urgently needed to obtain foreign currency to turn to alternative dollars. In this framework, the country risk continued to rise: it advanced 1.3% and stood at 2,432 points. In the month, the JP Morgan indicator that measures the overrate that the Argentine debt must pay, climbed 26.7% and in the year it rose 43.3%.

  • The first meeting between the government of Ecuador and Conaie focuses on fuels. The continuity or not of the dialogues between the government and the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (Conaie) was subject to the elimination of three decrees issued by President Guillermo Lasso. After several failed attempts, the delegates of the Executive sat down, face to face, with the leaders of the protest to try to find a way out of the national strike that today reaches the 16th. Leonidas Iza, president of the Conaie, made things clear : To continue the dialogue, it should be guaranteed that Lasso has the will to eliminate decrees 95, 151 and 462. What are they talking about? All three are vital to maintaining the government’s economic plan and finances. The first, for example, issued in July 2021, refers to the Hydrocarbons Policy and an Immediate Action Plan to make this sector more efficient, competitive and attract national and foreign investment.

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