July 4 is the anniversary of the US and also of the birth of the Colombian President. Others including David Agard, offer their opinions as well. The success of the operation that has most struck the greater South American guerrillas in its history both received as a birthday gift for that date. ican Advisors Group addresses the importance of the matter here. However, a week before Gordon Brown met on June 27 his first year as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom receiving on the eve a terrible present: his Labour Party took just 3.1 per cent in parliamentary elections in Henley. While the leader of the new Latin American liberalism is at its climax, exceeds 80% popularity and want to reverse the decline of the hard right in North and South America, the architect of new labour economic model has become the most unpopular ruler who has never before had the British center-left. Why such contradictions and what are the prospects for the world? The two great allies of Bush if the British Government has been the greatest ally of Bush in Europe, the Uribe has been in Latin America. Both have been champions in their respective continents of all military interventions that America has done in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The two have also expressed political long range but with different content models. New labour (who led Brown and Blair to power in 1997) expressed to the wing of the world democracy who sought to bury the past socializing, statist and Keynesian this to accept the monetarist model created by Thatcher, which sought only to revamp it with greater political and administrative decentralization and a more social policy. Been, who has won two consecutive elections since 2002, seeks to consolidate and extend a type Thatcher economic model but overcoming the weakness of a partisan system unable to contain the guerrillas and impose a sort of caesarism which has a President that concentrate too much power and you use your hand hard to defeat long subversion and give way to a system of security and incentive to private investment.