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· May, 2008

Stories about Paraguay from May, 2008

Paraguay: The Creation of a People's Union

Edgar Ruiz Díaz of Las Preguntas de Venerando [es] writes about the change in power in Paraguay, and how many public workers will now try to convince the new administration...

Paraguay: First Actions for Lugo

Edgar Ruiz Diaz of Las Preguntas de Venerando [es] provides his thoughts on the first steps that Paraguayan President-elect Fernando Lugo should take upon taking office, such as lowering his...

Paraguay: Marginalized Sectors Drawing Attention to Demands

As the start of Paraguayan president-elect Fernando Lugo's government approaches, many marginalized sectors of society are making their demands heard. RESCATAR [es] writes that there are “positive social tensions”, as...

Paraguay: Mass Celebrated in Guaraní

Guillermo Verdún of Paraguayo [es] presents photographs of a mass in Asunción, Paraguay, which was celebrated in the indigenous language of Guaraní. The service was celebrated with the participation of...

Paraguay: Universities for Change in the Country

“The universities should become an important pillar for president-elect Fernando Lugo on his quest to bring about change in the country,” writes Viviana Benítez Yambay of Panambi News [es]. She...

Paraguay: More Communication From Lugo is Needed

There will be a period of four months between the time that president-elect Fernando Lugo was chosen as the next head of state and the time that he takes office....

Paraguay: Independence Day in Seattle

Ex-pat Muna Annahas writes about a Paraguayan independence day celebration in Seattle with a small group of her fellow Paraguayans. She writes, “Paraguay is that small that you alwasy find...

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