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Free Oscar López Rivera, NOW! PDF Imprimir Correo
Escrito por Workers World   
Martes, 05 de Enero de 2016 07:09

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The Dec. 31 New York Times editorial titled “Mr. Obama’s Trickle of Mercy” sharply criticized Barack Obama’s miserly use of the presidential clemency process, which has only released 95 federal prisoners who were serving “absurdly long” prison sentences.

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Move Gitmo Prisoners to Puerto Rico? PDF Imprimir Correo
Escrito por Marc Joffe, The Fiscal Times   
Lunes, 04 de Enero de 2016 16:27

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The Obama Administration is struggling to find a cost effective way to shift Guantanamo Bay detainees to prisons on the U.S. mainland. Meanwhile, Puerto Rico is struggling through an unprecedented fiscal and economic crisis. These two problems could create a unique policy opportunity: to save federal taxpayer dollars and boost the Puerto Rican economy, move the detainees to the Commonwealth rather than to the mainland U.S.

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Nonpayment: Who's the real debtor? PDF Imprimir Correo
Escrito por Héctor L. Pesquera Sevillano / Co-President of MINH   
Jueves, 24 de Diciembre de 2015 06:18

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A lot has been said about the debt of more than $70 billion Puerto Rico owes to  investors, but how much does Washington owe us for obligating us to use the United States Merchant Marine for a century, the most expensive and inefficient in the world? The most conservative figures show an annual additional cost of some $500 million for using the Merchant Marine to transport our food.

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"Meeting a Man Like That, You Can't Help Wanting to Do More": A Visit With Political Prisoner Oscar López Rivera PDF Imprimir Correo
Escrito por Jan Susler / Truthout   
Martes, 08 de Diciembre de 2015 08:21

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Oscar López Rivera has served 34 years in US prisons for seditious conspiracy - in other words, for his commitment to the independence of Puerto Rico - though he wasn't convicted of hurting or killing anyone. Since 1898, when the US militarily invaded and occupied Puerto Rico, there hasn't been a single decade in which there hasn't been an independentista imprisoned. But it is unusual that López Rivera has served so many years - longer by far than any other Puerto Rican independentista in history, longer than his codefendants, longer than offenders convicted of violence and longer than the 27 years served by the world's most renowned political prisoner, Nelson Mandela.

 

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Crisis and Colonialism in Puerto Rico PDF Imprimir Correo
Escrito por Olga I. Sanabria Dávila / COPRONU   
Lunes, 26 de Octubre de 2015 03:17

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It used to be the Free Associated State of Puerto Rico was touted as the Showcase of Progress and Democracy in the Caribbean as a result of its accelerated industrialization, the development of its infrastructure, education and health systems and a constitutional system of government in the 1950s and 60s.

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