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CADAL's panel was entitled "The totalitarian drift of China: Xi Jinping and his influence in Latin America" and had as speakers Gabriela Ippolito-O'Donnell, PhD in Political Science, Argentina; Filip Jirouš, researcher and specialized analyst, Czech Republic; and Juan Pablo Cardenal, Editor of the project "Análisis Sínico", Spain.
The IAPA assembly in Mexico City brought together more than 200 participants. During its meeting the IAPA celebrated the 30th anniversary of the promulgation of the Declaration of Chapultepec, a fundamental document of press freedom in the Americas, and the fifth anniversary of the Declaration of Salta, a charter on principles of freedom of expression in the digital era. In Mexico, its executive director, Argentinean Ricardo Trotti, new member of CADAL's Advisory Council, ended 31 years of service as IAPA officer.
The Inter American Press Association (IAPA) is an organization made up of more than 1,300 print media, television, radio and digital natives, press associations, service providers and individuals. It has carried out more than 700 visits and missions to 22 countries, mobilizing more than 2,200 members in tasks in favor of press freedom, against dictatorships, totalitarian governments and power groups of any political orientation, from Perón to Maduro, from Castro to Pinochet. The IAPA holds three permanent conferences a year: General Assembly in October, Mid-Year Meeting in March and SiPConnect in July, an event on digital technology and new business models.