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The Latin American Criminal Court: an Approach for Regional Integration Against Transnational Organized Crime

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    Fernando A. Iglesias

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    President of the World Federalist Movement, Director of the Spinelli Chair in Buenos Aires, Member of the Argentinian Parliament and of the Friendship with Italy Group in the Chamber of Deputies

Among the negative aspects of globalization, we can highlight the appearance of large criminal networks whose structure and activities easily transcend national boundaries. These networks operate by the same logic as any multinational company, but dedicated to illicit activities.

 

Genocide and Ethnocide on the Agenda of the Bolsonaro Government in the Context of the Covid19 Pandemic.

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    Carlos Kleber Saraiva de Sousa

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    Professor of anthropology, University of Ceará, Fortaleza, Brazil

After Brazil's return to democracy with the promulgation of the 1988 Constitution and the first direct election of the president in 1989, following 21 years of military dictatorship (1964-85) and 5 years of transition political (1985-89), the country made progress for indigenous populations,

 

On May 15,  the Committee on Culture, Science, Education and Media of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe elected Senator Roberto Rampi as general rapporteur on the Report on “Freedom of Media, Public Trust and the People's Right to Know“.

 

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