New York, Nov. 11: "Unidos para 2009: Democracy in El Salvador"

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Just how hard is the U.S.government working to prevent ElSalvador from going left?

 

Date: Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Location: NACLA

38 GreeneSt. 4th Floor

New York,NY

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Contact Info

Phone: (917) 214 3479

Email: [email protected]

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Join CISPES in kicking off the campaign to Defend theRight to Free and Fair Elections in El Salvador! Come to a discussionof the democratic forces at work in the transformation of LatinAmerica.

Panel Discussion with:

Claudia de Cuellar, former City Councilwoman, Ayutuxtepeque,El Salvador

JaimeHerrida, Vice-Consul, Consulate of Nicaragua, New York(invited)

Greg Wilpert, Journalist and Author, VenezuelaAnalysis.com

 

- Just how hard the USgovernment is working to prevent El Salvador from going left

- Impact of elections across LatinAmerica

- The next big elections in LatinAmerica

El Salvador 2009!

Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador

 NY CISPES P.O.Box 250762 NY, NY10025 (917) 214 3479 www.cispes.org [email protected]

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