Sunday, February 15, 2009

Spain in The Caribbean Sea again.




Their Majesties, the King and The Queen of Spain, will visit the Caribbean area in which development is the core identity linguistic Caribbean from the Spanish language and cultural influences of African and Middle Eastern Muslim root as evidenced by the architecture of the most modejar Caribbean and ancient cities of the Caribbean: Santiago de Cuba.
Check the impact of the Real, will not only economic but cultural perspectives on the breadth of Spain looks so today the Caribbean and the fact that many intellectuals in CARICOM advocate the teaching of Spanish mandatory for greater rapprochement with Cuba .
The axis of Caribbean identity based on the Spanish language established areas of influence in the United States of America from the philosophical currents of England and France.
For 1820, the time of the Mexican-Cuban poet Jose Maria Heredia: New York, New Orleans, Georgia, Florida and the edge border with Mexico, were areas of influence of Spain in America.
Hence, Bolivar was a very influential figure in American public opinion at the time.Gualterio Nunez Estrada, Sarasota, Florida.
The newspaper El Pais, "the press release issued today:
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The newspaper El Pais, "the press release issued today:

Protests disrupt life in French islands

BASSE-TERRE, Guadeloupe, Feb. 13 (UPI) -- Protests against high prices and low wages that have paralyzed the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe have also spread to neighboring Martinique.

Strikes led by the Collective Against Extreme Exploitation began on Guadeloupe about three weeks ago, The Guardian reports. They started on Martinique last week as Yves Jego, the French minister for overseas territories, ended a brief trip to the region.

Jego returned Thursday to attempt to negotiate an end to the protests.

Both islands are overseas departments, legally part of France, with representation in the French parliament and the euro as currency. But in both, union leaders and activists say the poor black majority is exploited by a white minority.

The government fears the unrest could extend to Reunion in the Indian Ocean and French Guiana, where many have similar complaints.

In the meantime, the islands are losing millions of dollars in tourist revenue during the high season.


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