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Marianne Díaz Hernández

Contributor profile · 3 posts · joined 28 October 2010

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Venezuelan lawyer and fiction writer. Blogger for Amnesty International on Human Rights issues. Interested in gender, poverty and work issues, and freedom of speech and information. You can find my ramblings and writings at my personal blog, La vida no trae instrucciones, and my articles about human rights and development issues, at Ex Cátedra..

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Latest posts by Marianne Díaz Hernández

10 January 2012

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Venezuela: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's Visit Raises Controversy

Iran's President, Mahmud Ahmadinejad, arrived in Venezuela on Sunday, January 8, in his first stop in a tour to several Latin American countries. His visit has sparked strong reactions on...

18 February 2011

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Venezuela: Netizens Comment on Possible Gasoline Use Restrictions

Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez announced possible measures to start rationing gasoline. This matter constitutes a very sensitive issue for Venezuelans, since Venezuela is a country with one of the world's...

14 December 2010

Venezuela: Views and Thoughts on Internet Regulation

The Venezuelan National Assembly will be discussing a reform to the national telecommunications system, which includes the creation of a national Network Access Point, the regulation of all content distributed...

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