The First Missing Escobar Ricardo Gabriel Gimenez

He was kidnapped three months before the coup. JP was an activist and editor of the local newspaper. Patti would have participated By Mart n Piqu “Black, you come to look.” That’s what I heard Ricardo Gabriel Gimenez as he put a hand on his shoulder. The voice sounded friendly. But not only heard him. I also heard his aunt, Gerard Gimenez, a 23-year-old from Tucum n had traveled with her husband. The expression of confidence confused women.The speaker seemed friend. Era petisito of beard, crooked “(that would tell the next day at his other nephew, Juan Pablo Vergara Gimenez). But surrounding the author’s greeting was not friendly. He was accompanied by eight men armed with FAL rifles. The doubts did not last long. The intruders came to take his nephew. Member of the Peronist Youth in the northern suburbs, editor of local newspaper The Current, Gimenez did not resist. It was 7 January 1976. In addition to Gary, the kidnapping was witnessed by her husband, Rosario Diaz, and his grandparents. Before leaving, one of the repressors aunt locked in a room and raped her. His nephew never returned to the house of Congreve and Junin, Loma Verde neighborhood. It was the first game disappeared from Escobar. Ricardo Gimenez was the youngest of three brothers. The two largest are the last name. They are John Paul and Josefina Vergara.Ricardo was born in late 1946, months after the death of his father, John Asuncion entrerriano Vergara. In her family say that that was why he was enrolled in the registry office by his maternal surname. Gimenez did primary school in a school attached to the Eva Per n Foundation. It was a boarding school and left at Ezeiza. His mother had been widowed just 19 years. The secondary school I studied at the Belgrano de Escobar. By that time it was no longer living in the ward and his grandparents, in Congreve and Junin. His family was well known in Loma Verde: they had a bakery, then open up a bar. When I was in high school, Gimenez began collaborating with the union of rural workers.The man who ruled the sectional Escobar, Orlando Ubiedo, had come to the guild as a delegate from San Sebastian chicken factory. Ubiedo was linked to the left of Peronism. His influence brought it to the history books and books written by Peron. Until then Gimenez was a fan of classic adventure novels. His favorite was Jules Verne. His brother Juan Pablo Emilio Salgari preferred. In those years Gimenez made a couple of visits to the printing of The Current. The traveled were organized by the school. The paper and printing-young people learned to clean the leads and fix launch-owned by Tilo Wenner. Entrerriano and of German descent, Wenner had moved to the suburbs in 1964. Writer, journalist and translator (he spoke German and French), Wenner founded the newspaper months after settling in the center of Escobar. The publication was edited until 1976.Their slogan was “Free propensity for early and my natural state is freedom.” After the coup, the newspaper was closed and its creator disappeared.

Treasury Budget is

Treasury Budget is formulated with the estimate provided by funds available in cash, banking and securities is easy to perform. Also called cash budget or cash because it consolidates the various transactions related to the entry of monetary funds (cash sales, recoveries of portfolio investment income, etc..) Or outflow of funds caused by the freezing liquid debt or amortization Cr or vendors or payroll, taxes or dividends. Are formulated in two short periods: months or quarters.

Beichuan: epicenter of the pain

: . By Harold Santana Ga nza CRI Spanish Beichuan was the “epicenter of the pain.”Before the earthquake of 12 May 2008, the town, located 160 kilometers from Chengdu, was an idyllic valley with high mountains and an abundance of nature. The quake destroyed almost completely the region: the houses collapsed as if made of paper, two peaks were merged and buried all life and the buildings in their path. Have the witnesses, that the noise was infernal. The two main buildings of the Beichuan Middle School collapsed Basic. More than 1 000 students and about 100 teachers (half of the faculty) lost their lives. Today, the educational center is located at the headquarters of the Training Institute of the Society of Television Hong Chang. This is the temporary headquarters until the end of the school building, funded by the Overseas Chinese Committee. The facilities are equipped with specialized classrooms, sports fields and rehabilitation wards for students who suffered physical injuries during the earthquake.

ECONOMY

While the dollar continues to rise in the foreign exchange market, the value of the shares on Thursday experienced an unprecedented fall in the recent history of Bolsa de Valores de Colombia. The General Index Shares fell 6.6 percent, the steepest decline since about five years ago when integrated into a single entity exchanges of Bogota, Medellin and the West on the third of July 2001. Without exception, all securities listed on the register stock fell.Low stronger over ten per cent, had Inverargos,, Valbavaria, Tablemac, Coltejer and action of the ETB. In this one week, the General Index lost about 18 percentage points and today recorded a fall so far during 2006 more than ten percent. Meanwhile, and despite the intervention of the Bank of the Republic who came to offer 180 million through what is known as call options auctions to control volatility, the exchange rate continued to rise leading the peso devaluation seven per cent so far during 2006. On average the dollar value increased by 14 pesos and 49 cents quoted two thousand 451 dollars with 51 cents. Investments in government bonds were devalued in so far as interest rates rose for the TES. The “mess” or instability of the Colombian financial markets was attributed by analysts and the government more to external factors and some of the proximity of the presidential election. The Minister responsible for Finance, Mar a In s Agudelo said that this fact is primarily attributable to new indicators on U.S. inflation fears by making a further rise in interest rates from the Federal Reserve. The minister said it is uncertain to know when will stabilize the high volatility with the markets. It said that what happened to the dollar, the TES and the action has no effect or decomposes macroeconomic national accounts. He said the economic fundamentals remain very strong and supportive and that in any way Colombia is ready for whatever comes. “This is not the untwisted” stressed the minister for whom what is happening in the Colombian market has little to do with the electoral process.