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December 4, 2007
Gabriel Salvia, Chairman of CADAL, was invited to participate as a speaker at the Conferencie Transition Scenarios in Cuba, organized by Konrad Adenauer Foundation at Mexico D.F.
November 19, 2007
The letter signed by Gabriel Salvia, Chairman of CADAL, was sent to the following officers: Dr. Alberto Juan Bautista IRIBARNE, Minister of Justice and Human Rights; Dra. Marcela Miriam LOSARDO, Secretary of Justice; Dr. Alejandro Walter SLOKAR, Secretary of Criminal Policy and Penitentiary Affaires; Dr. Eduardo Luis DUHALDE, Secretary of Human Rights; and Dr. Rodolfo MATTAROLLO, Undersecretary of Promotion and Human Rights Defense. For the jurist Ricardo Manuel Rojas "this kind of agreements have the negative effect of giving a republican appearance that the totalitarian regime of Cuba does not have".
November 16, 2007
Support in the struggle of the Venezuelan people to recover their democracy.
November 6, 2007
Gabriel Salvia, Chairman of CADAL, presented the 2007 research report "Democracy, Market and Transparency" in Santiago de Chile.
October 8, 2007
The Center for the Opening and Development in Latin America (CADAL) claims Presidential candidates of Argentina who are contending in next october 28 elections, to establish a public standing of strength regarding their future relations with Cuba.
August 15, 2007
The Center for the Opening and Development of Latin America (CADAL), asked the Argentine ambassador in Cuba, Darío Alessandro, to nominate the "Asamblea para promover la sociedad civil" from that country, for the "International Award on Human Rights Emilio Mignone".
May 28, 2007
The Statement joins to the concern expressed by prestigious international organizations for the political motives of President Hugo Chávez for decreeing the closure of Radio Caracas Televisión (RCTV), the oldest private TV station of the country, whose license expired on May 27, 2007. Also, the Statement points out that this political decision by the government of Venezuela of not renewing a license to a TV station is a serious worsening of freedom of expression in Venezuela, and it is in violation of the first article of Ushuaia (Democratic Clause).