Friday, June 29, 2012

June 27-29: More Cubans Starting Small Businesses; Colosio Movie Released Before Election; Attempt to Recall Lima Mayor Fails

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SourceMex, June 27, 2012

Assassination of Ex-Presidential Candidate Luis Donaldo Colosio Featured in New Movie
 * Movie puts PRI in bad light
 * Could timing of movie affect July 1 elections?

U.S. Supreme Court Throws Out Most of Arizona’s Controversial Anti-Immigrant Law, but Allows Controversial Provision to Stand
 * Court upholds federal authority to determine immigration policy
 * Mexican government less than enthusiastic

NotiCen,June 28, 2012

Thousands of Cubans Cut Umbilical Cord with State Through Self-Employment
 * From inflated workforce to self-employed
 * Subsistence on the state’s margin

Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega Uses Gains from Last Election to Change Rules for Next
 * New Election Rules
 * All Eyes On The CSE

NotiSur, June 29, 2012

Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez Benefits from Improved Relations with Colombia
 * FARC attack still unexplained
 * Candidates officially register, kick off campaigns
 * Chávez hits home run

Attempt in Peru to Recall Lima Mayor Susana Villarán Fails

 * A different administration
 * Supporters come out for Villarán

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