Un rapport sur le crime organized sur la planète, tensions: une prochaine rencontre entre les États-Unis et le Mexique et la manque de représentation des femmes à l’Assemblée générale des Nations Unies Ce sont quelques-unes des nouvelles les most importants de la last week.
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Asia, the continent most susceptible to mafias
The index managed by the Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime indicates that the continents most affected by mafias in terms of their ability to resist or thwart activities of this type are, in order, Asia, Africa and America. But if counted country by country, the negative list is headed by Burma, followed by Colombia, Mexico and Paraguay. The most widespread crime in the world is human trafficking.
There were fewer women in the UN General Assembly
Of the 190 speakers who participated in the last UN General Assembly, only 20 were women, three less than last year, which confirms the problems that exist in achieving one of the millennium goals: greater participation in the bodies of decision making. In fact, the General Secretariat itself highlights the problem: no woman has ever held this position.
At the UN General Assembly.
Mexico-United States USA, a dialogue under strong tensions
The high-level dialogue between Mexico and the United States, which began on Friday, was quite complex for the parties, especially for Mexico, which had to clarify that President Andrés Manuel López Obrador does not minimize the crisis of violence that is shaking several states. , and that his administration is doing everything possible to end the fentanyl trade, which is costing the lives of thousands of Americans. In fact, criticism from Republicans is intensifying.
The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, and the president of the United States, Joe Biden.
Crucial debate for presidency in Ecuador
Today could be a crucial day for the definition of the presidential campaign in Ecuador, with the debate for the second round between President Rafael Correa’s heir, Luisa González, and businessman Daniel Noboa. Although González obtained a greater number of votes in the first round, polls place Noboa eight points higher in terms of voting intention, although the gap is narrowing.
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