• American Society and Council of America WEBCAST - April, 2016

  • Electoral Campaigns Seminar at George Washington University - March, 2016

  • Electoral Campaigns Seminar at George Washington University - March, 2015

  • Electoral Campaigns Seminar at George Washington University - March, 2015

  • Political Communication's World Summit in Mexico F.D. - December, 2014

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Experience

His electoral campaigns' and strategies' functions cover electoral processes at a local, regional and national level in Venezuela, as also in campaigns in Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic), Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Quito (Ecuador) and Aruba, highlighting the following roles: Campaign Advisor for the Mayoralty elections of La Paz (Bolivia, 2015); member of the Coordination Team for the Governor elections of the state of Río (Brazil, 2014); member of the advising team for Quito’s Mayoralty (Ecuador, 2014); main advisor in the legislative campaign in Aruba (2013); Investigation and Strategy Chief at the "Comando Simon Bolivar" during the presidential campaign of April 14th, 2013 in Venezuela; and Campaign Chief at the "Comando Venezuela" during the presidential campaign of October 7th, 2012 in Venezuela.

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Change makes its way

Brazil was an example of economic and social growth. Home to several important events during the last decade: Pan-American Games, Military World Game, Rio+20, Youth World Cup, World Cup and the Olympics Games in 2016. So much noise was silencing the voice of its people that were claiming for a change. On June 2013, the streets were filled with protesters due to the increase in public transportation. Nobody was able to foresee it. And since that day, nothing has been the same. 

 

The Higher Danger

Every day there is more people that are losing interest on politics. That do not care what their governors have to offer them. That cry out so loud so they can be heard, that they do not only find in protests and, at times, even in the irrationality, their only ways to express themselves. Quite rightly has the Canadian Michael Ignatieff affirmed that “when the government does not treat its citizens with respect, these conclude that the least they have to do with it, the better.” 

Traps, sleights and antidotes

The trammels and electoral abuses are not exclusive things of our country. The sleights to take power and stray there at any cost seem to be very similar. The antidote for this seems to be and must be the same.

 

 

Magic-less Realism

During this week there weren’t any good news for the continent. According to a Cepal report, there are 167 millions of Latin-Americans that today live in poverty. It is alarming to see such realities like this one nowadays, after living years of economic wealth, government changes, and new politics. The debts remain the same.

 

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