Monthly Archive for August, 2015

President Towns

Finally, the 23 of December, representatives of both countries interchanged in Washington the diplomatic notes, in which Costa Rica notified that he had fulfilled all the requirements. Of course, before this reality there are crossed opinions, like the one of the Nobel prize of La Paz. 1980, President the International SERPAJ-AL. Adolph letter Perez Esquivel, when sent to the president of the republic of Costa Rica Oscar Areas (also Nobel prize of La Paz, indicates to him in some of its lines: There are preoccupations that do to the situation to take to the country to the company/signature of the TLC with the United States of North America. As much you as the legislators know that those agreements of free commerce do not have absolutely anything; the dependency will be total, as you know well, the great powers are those that impose the prices and condition the life and development of the towns. It is necessary to remember and to remember the agricultural subsidies to the producers of the EE.UU., the asymmetry and inequality they are enormous, the benefit of will be at the cost of the hunger and misery of the Costa Rican town.

It is necessary to generate the spaces of participation and commercialization with the EE.UU., are important and necessary, but without losing the sovereignty and the right of the town. The company/signature of the TLC with the EE.UU would take to Costa Rica to transform itself into a North American colony; to add one more a estrellita to its flag. The failure of the EE.UU to implant at continental level in the 2005 TLC, is a clear and forceful sample that there are towns that do not waver that they resist to the strong pressures and that they have the anger to defend his rights. Against these challenges are possible to ask themselves that it loves the Costa Rican town. If a consultation to the town has taken place so that it can democratically decide on his present and its future? Permtame to say to him to Sir President; I am certainly the majority of the town of Costa Rica does not want to be colony and to lose its sovereign rights, its identity and values. We are against great challenges in our countries and the world. The dynamics and life of the towns are permanent and are necessary to look for the ways of integration with the Latin American towns.

To have own voice and possibilities of growth and integral development, as they are education, health, house and work in a free and sovereign State, with the use of the human rights from its integrity in the democratic construction. Mr. President takes my words as a shared in common contribution from a brother who wishes best for the town of Costa Rica and each Town of the Latin American continent or as we preferred many to call ABYA YALA, Continent of the fecund Earth.