Second List of the Main Topics for Prensa Latina – Prensa Latina
Prensa Latina moves below the second list of main topics today Thursday, June 3, 2021
Editors: Manuel Guerrero and Mario Esquivel
Cuba: Raul Castro is described as a benchmark for revolutionaries in Cuba كوب
Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel today congratulated General Raul Castro on his 90th birthday, describing him as a benchmark for any communist and revolutionary.
Cuba: Raul Castro is recognized as a model of Cuban diplomacy
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez today highlighted General Raul Castro as a model of revolutionary diplomacy, sending congratulations to the leader on his 90th birthday.
Cuba: Díaz-Canel presides over the Communist Party Council in Central Cuba
The first secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel, presides today in the province of Villa Clara, the assembly that lasts until the eighth. organization conference.
Mexico: Why are the midterms in Mexico so fierce?
Information from Mexico’s National Electoral Institute (INE) that three thousand lawyers will sue the results of next Sunday’s midterm elections is drawing attention today both inside and outside the country.
Brazil: criticize that Bolsonaro is now referring to vaccination in Brazil
A Senate Committee Directive (CPI) investigating Brazil’s government’s management of Covid-19 today described a agonizing delay that President Jair Bolsonaro now recalls from vaccination.
Colombia: Colombia refuses to intimidate opposition senators
Today, Colombian senators reject the attorney general’s office intimidation of a number of opposition members of Congress who accompany citizens in their calls to the government in the course of the strike.
Ecuador: Members of the Ecuadorean capital assembly agree to dismiss the mayor
Today, the Metropolitan Council approved the dismissal of the mayor of this capital, Jorge Londa, at the request of the Front of Professionals for the Dignity of Quito, for alleged mismanagement among other irregularities.
United States: Disclosure of Dr. Fauci’s emails causes scandal in the United States
Today’s mainstream American media reflects on the scandal caused by the publication of thousands of emails from the United States’ leading epidemiologist, Anthony Fauci.
Canada: Support grows in Canada for the movement against the embargo against Cuba
Diplomatic sources said today that the petition registered by Canadian Representative Nikki Ashton against the economic, commercial and financial embargo imposed by the United States on Cuba, has already reached more than a thousand signatures.
Europe: Fear in Europe of Denmark’s anti-immigrant initiative
Under the watchful eye of international observers, the new immigration law, which is being discussed today in Denmark, is generating concern in Europe due to its potentially expansionary impact.
Russia: Russia is closer to withdrawing the dollar from its financial resources
Today at the International Economic Forum in St. Petersburg, Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said that within a month, Russia will completely abandon the US dollar in the structure of the National Welfare Fund (FBN).
Spain: Spain seeks to settle differences with Morocco on the issue of immigration
An official source in the Spanish capital said today, that Spain aspires to settle differences with Morocco, after the migration crisis in the cities of Ceuta and Melilla, which border that North African country.
China: China describes its trade talks with the United States as a good start
China today considered the latest talks with the United States to be a good start as they agreed to make efforts to solve problems on trade and economy in a pragmatic manner, after three years of disagreement.
Science: NASA will return to Venus in 30 years
Davinci+ and Veritas will both be the two National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) missions that are expected to reach Venus in 2026, beyond today.
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