Wed Jun 27, 2012, 05:09 PM
ocpagu (1,954 posts)
Paraguay accuses Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay of a new “Triple Alliance”
The new Paraguayan government claimed before the Organization of American States, OAS, that Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay are again involved in a “Triple Alliance” to have the country ousted from the inter-American organization as is happening with Mercosur and Unasur.
“OAS does not depend from Unasur or Mercosur. We belong to OAS and OAS does not have to wait for the decision of other regional organizations, which we already know the answer”, said Paraguayan ambassador Hugo Saguier during a heated debate at the OAS headquarters in Washington.
The ambassador also criticized the existence of a document making the round of South American Foreign ministries which expels Paraguay from Unasur and Mercosur, and is not limited to a “suspension” as was stated and if this proves to be the case, “Paraguay has not been given the chance to expose its case or appeal”.
Aren't the coup mongers hilarious? They have not been given the chance to expose its case or appeal. How about Lugo?
Anyway, to compare the sanctions imposed by Mercosur to the War of the Triple Alliance, they certainly must be desperate.
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Wed Jun 27, 2012, 11:12 PM
joshcryer (49,856 posts)
3. This Latin American cronyism needs to end.
It's fucking disgusting. Particularly coming from states who chastize the west for its selective agreements with states (ie, sanctions or otherwise known as "blockaids").