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Muna Annahas

Me llamo Muna Annahas, soy Paraguaya, estudie Derecho en la Universidad Nacional de Asuncion (Paraguay), hice un post grado de Derecho civil en Salamanca – España, ejerci la abogacia en Paraguay por un periodo de 3 años antes de mudarme a USA.
Comence mi blog sobre Paraguay en el 2006 y debido a la dificultad de encontrar informacion sobre Paraguay en otro idioma que no sea el español, decidi escribirlo en ingles.
Fui invitada por Global Voices para ser blogger de Paraguay.
Espero que disfruten de aprender un poco mas sobre ese pequeño y hermoso pais llamado Paraguay.

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Latest posts by Muna Annahas

17 April 2009

Paraguay: President Lugo Admits Fathering a Child as Bishop

Paraguayan President Fernando Lugo recently admitted that he fathered a child when he was still a Roman Catholic bishop. This news is causing quite a stir amongst politicians, the media,...

9 December 2008

Paraguay: The First 100 Days of Lugo's Presidency

The first 100 days have passed since Paraguay’s elected President Fernando Lugo assumed power last August. Paraguayans were eager for a change, a change that had raised so many expectations...

7 November 2008

Paraguay: Breaking the World Record for Barbecue

With 26,176 kilograms of grilled beef, Paraguay entered into the Guinness record books for the biggest open-air barbeque ever. However, they didn't get there without paying a high price for...

16 October 2008

Paraguay: Peace Corps Bloggers Share Experiences in a New Land

Paraguay’s blogosphere is growing, and everyday more locals and expats are beginning their blogs about their perceptions of their surrounding world. The Peace Corps volunteers that are working in Paraguay...

30 April 2008

Paraguay: More Blogger Reactions to Lugo Victory

After a decisive victory in the recent Paraguayan presidential elections, local bloggers provide their thoughts on their hopes for the new government of Fernando Lugo, Others take a look at...

24 March 2008

Paraguay: Candidates Using Blogs to Reach Voters

Paraguay’s Presidential elections will be held on April 20, 2008. Many of the top presidential candidates, such as Fernando Lugo and Blanca Ovelar are using blogs as a way to...

25 February 2008

Paraguay: Yellow Fever Scare Causing Long Lines

Cases of Yellow Fever have been confirmed in Paraguay, which has caused at least 8 confirmed deaths. This situation is generating a mass panic among the population and long lines...

19 February 2008

Paraguay: Ex-Pat Bloggers Share New Experiences

The way foreigners see Paraguay, what, and how they feel when they first arrive to Paraguay can be quite an interesting subject. Some stay for a short time as a...

29 January 2008

Paraguay: An Introduction to a Growing Blogosphere

Muna Annahas, a Paraguayan blogger, writes her first Global Voices Online post and provides an introduction to the Paraguayan blogosphere. She provides examples of interesting academic, political, cultural, personal, and...

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