Final Watch 3 Videos And Discuss Themes

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Final Watch 3 Videos and discuss themes


In this paper, the themes discussed are Capital Sins, a Second Independence, and Marking revolution. All these themes clearly define the political, economic and social aspects of the region. Before discussion, it is essential to know about the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean. The Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (ECOSOC) was created in the 25 February of 1948, by resolution of five regional economic commissions in order to assist, and cooperate with governments. This council was also assisting in the area of research, analysis of the regional and national economic issues.


In this part, three themes discussed critically.

Deadly Sins of the Policy in Latin America

In this section author described the lack of social citizenship, all countries in the region suffer more inequality in the distribution of income and wealth than the world average. Sixteen of the 18 countries which were considered can be classified as highly uneven. In 15 cases, over 25% of citizens live below, the poverty line, and in seven poor countries, the proportion of were over 50% of the population. There are 209 million people whose incomes are below the poverty line.

A lack of civil citizenship did not implement the rights to individual freedom of expression. Thought valid contracts and legal certainty were established in religion, and property rights. The rich people were always able to assert their rights, while the poor, immigrants and indigenous experience people were seriously affected by legal disadvantages. Half of the population prefers economic development to democracy. The Democrats do not represent 26.5% of the population, and those who agree with democracy but believe that it is valid decision undemocratic governance are 30.5%. (I.e., more than half of citizens are consistently committed to the democratic system.) In Argentina are over 600 registered political parties, but most of them are "rubber stamps", the majority of the population does not participate to agree with them (Peter, pp.165-172).

The economic reforms have not met expectations. In nineties, a neoliberal economic model was installed which is making many people feel let down, or excluded. This model was defending budget discipline, financial and trade liberalization, privatization, changes in government spending priorities or a deregulatory framework.

Multiplication of the powerful lobbies made the extent control part of the state apparatus and attracts U.S. attention towards drug trafficking, and generated new forms of external pressure. Corruption is like a bad smell ...
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