Be informed about the latest news today it is essential to know the world around us. But, if you don’t have too much time, ABC makes available to all readers who want it, the best summary of the Friday, December 4 right here:
The Cuban regime continues with the arrests and repression after the demonstration of the artists of 27-N
“The Government does not want opposition, it does not want independent artists or journalists and it does not want dialogue. He simply wants the continuity of a single Party, even if for this he has to break the constitutional thread “, said the writer Javier Mora, from the actions of the Havana regime in its attempt to quell the outbreak of popular protests that have been taking place throughout the country.
Giscard, the “right-wing president” who approved abortion and divorce in France
Valéry Giscard d’Estaing introduced changes in France that profoundly modified the political and social landscape, but contributed to its political loss and its fundamental break with traditional rights.
An eleven-year-old boy shoots himself during a videoconference class
An eleven-year-old boy died last Wednesday after shooting himself during an online class. Has happened in the San Joaquin County (California).
Macron pays national tribute to Giscard
Emmanuel Macron, President of the Republic, paid an emotional national tribute to Valéry Giscard d’Estaing (VGD), broadcast live on all radio and television channels, presented as a “central figure in the history of France, whose modernization it carried out at an unprecedented rate.”
Maduro’s elections exclude 5.4 million Venezuelans in exile
Miguel David García GalavísIn 2017, a student leader in the state of Táchira decided to pack his bags when a college classmate was murdered and summons began to arrive from the shadowy Sebin, the Venezuelan intelligence service. That year the regime of Nicolas Maduro it harshly repressed street demonstrations, in which there were more than 150 deaths and hundreds of detainees. García Galavís, today 28 years old, first traveled to Chile and later to Colombia, where he is one of the more than 1.7 million compatriots who emigrated to that country. Worldwide, the diaspora exceeds 5.4 million Venezuelans. None will be able to participate in the mock elections called by Maduro this Sunday to take over the last democratic stronghold: the National Assembly.
Greece also fires Giscard d’Estaing
“Democracy returned to our country in its plane, and with its support it joined the European family. Greece says goodbye with gratitude and emotion to its great friend, Valéry Giscard d’Estaing». With these words the Hellenic Prime Minister reminded him Kiriakos Mitsotakis, as soon as the news of the death of the French politician was known. For his part, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikos Dendias, described him as a leading figure in France and Europe, adding that “we will always remember him as an old friend of Greece at crucial moments and a great defender of European values.”
Sagasti: “I do not consider anyone an enemy to death, I will seek dialogue with all parties”
In his first meeting with the Foreign Press Association in Peru, which had to be virtual, the interim president, Francisco Sagasti, asked Congress to make the effort to have a good relationship, while highlighting that “he is not naive”, and hopes to “make an orderly transition” by handing over the position in July 2021.