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Marianna Breytman · June, 2011

Marianna is an avid lover of the Spanish language who also happens to speak Russian because she was born in Kiev. These days she can be found in New York City working as GV's Project Manager for Translation Services.

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Latest posts by Marianna Breytman from June, 2011

23 June 2011

Mexico: Blogosphere Analyzes the State of Mexico's Electoral Process

Mexican bloggers analyze the local electoral process in the State of Mexico looking towards the presidential succession of 2012. There are reflections about the candidates, their campaigns and proposals, but...

17 June 2011

Cuba: Twitter Users Will Meet for the First Time

The first meeting of Cuban Twitter users was announced by @leunamrguez (Leunam Rodríguez), for July 1st starting at 4pm on central 23rd street and 12 La Habana. The event has...

14 June 2011

Peru: Reactions Following Ollanta Humala's Electoral Victory

More than a week following the close victory of nationalist candidate Ollanta Humala in the Peruvian presidential elections, reactions of all sorts continue to arise in the press, blogosphere, and...

10 June 2011

Venezuela: Debates on Laws and Identities

May, the month of "Afro-Venezuelan" culture, ended this year with a new law against racial discrimination and a proposal to create a ministry for African descent. The news shot up...

6 June 2011

Colombia: No to Cell Phones With Blood

Cell phone theft and its subsequent illegal commercialization have represented a problem of public order for Colombia, so much that this year the national government has decided to confront it....

1 June 2011

Chile: How Many Marched Against the Hidroaysén Hydroelectric Station and Why?

Last Saturday, May 28, a new massive protest took into effect against the Hidroaysén hydroelectric project, that unlike other marches, had a festive and familiar atmosphere. What is it that...

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