Friday, December 23, 2005

Leftist Club to Debut in January

The first encounter of regional leftist presidents could happen as early as January.

Brazil’s President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is meeting with Argentine’s Nestor Kirchner mid-January in Brasilia. Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez and Bolivia’s President Elect Evo Morales will be invited join the party, says a Reuters cable.

This will be summit to watch with four strong characters trying to show united to the world and also competing for leadership.

The summit is the formal beginning of Latin American shift to the left.


At 5:38 AM, Anonymous Thomas Muirhead said...

It will be interesting to see these four come together, especially with the strong personalities of Lula and Chavez who are vying for regional leadership. Let's hope the two others can convince them that working together will benefit them all much more than a leadership contest.
Thomas Muirhead


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