Son autores de esta columna colectiva Enrique Gil Botero, secretario general de la Conferencia de Ministros de Justicia de los Países Iberoamericanos (COMJIB); Elena Martínez Rosso, secretaria permanente de Cumbre Judicial Iberoamericana; Jorge Abbott Charme, presidente de la Asociación Iberoamericana de Ministerios Públicos (AIAMP); y Juan Gama y Xavier Cousquer, codirectores de EL PAcCTO.
12 July 2021, New York – Statement by Jutta Urpilainen, European Commissioner for International Partnerships at the United Nations High Level Forum on Investing in SDGs: How can countries create the fiscal space to invest in SDGs in the light of debt sustainability challenges
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We have been following the developments in Cuba very closely. The public demonstrations reflect legitimate grievances in the population about the lack of food, medicines, water and power, as well as freedom of expression and freedom of the press. In parallel with the Covid-19 situation, these grievances have created an increase in the demand for civil and political rights, and for democracy.