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July 17, 2014

Political, economic and social trends in the public opinion in Argentina

As part of Foro Catalinas, CADAL held an event titled “Analysis circle of political, economic and social trends in the public opinion in Argentina“ with consultant Carlos Fara as speaker. The activity was aimed at CADAL’s subscribers and special guests, including representatives of the embassies of Germany, Australia, Denmark, Spain, the US, Finland and the Netherlands.

As part of Foro Catalinas, CADAL held an event titled “Analysis circle of political, economic and social trends in the public opinion in Argentina“ with consultant Carlos Fara as speaker.

The three main subjects discussed by the director of CADAL's Advisory Council were: Where is the public opinion?, How is the scenario? and the political future. In this regard, Fara discussed future expectations, national governance in Argentina, the current economic situation, the image of the social sector and presidential candidates for 2015.

The activity was aimed at CADAL’s subscribers and special guests, including representatives of the embassies of Germany, Australia, Denmark, Spain, the US, Finland and the Netherlands and afterwards a reception was held.

Carlos Fara specialized in Public Opinion, Election Campaigns, Government Communication Strategies and Marketing. He has been awarded with the Aristotle Excellence Award 2010, in recognition of his work done in elections in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia, as part of the Dream Team of the year which is formed by the top ten consultants in the world in the field of political campaigns. He has also won the EIKON Gold Award for the best government communication campaign (2010) for the case of Mar del Plata (Argentina). He is co-author of the Handbook of Marketing and Political Communication “Acciones para una Buena Comunicación”, published by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Argentina. He was president of the Latin American Association of Political Consultants, he is member of the International Association of Political Consultants and director of CADAL’s Advisory Council.