Most current: 29/03/2012
The president of the government, José Ramón Bauzá, has received in audience in Consulate of Sea International Amnesty in the morning and Hands Joined of evening. To|In both meetings, the president has been accompanied there of the counselor of Presidency, Antonio Gómez.
In the audience of International Amnesty they have attended on the part of the ONG the spokesman in the Islands, Pere Mulet, the coordinator of Institutional Relations|Relationships, Victoria Sancho, and the representative in Menorca, Caterina Rosselló. The representatives of International Amnesty to|in our Community have handled|treated questions related to|in social problems that have to do with the human rights, as|like the house|housing, the education or the health, with the president and the counselor. Equally, they have asked of the Government the support in the National Plan of Human Rights, which he|she|it is struggling|discussing in the general Corts, and in the policies|politics against the violencia of genre|gender and the discrimination.
Already in the month of October of the last year, the counselor Gómez had received International Amnesty in|on the headquarters|see of the Ministry.
In the case of Joined Hands, they have attended the audience of the evening with the president of the government, the president of the accompanied ONG, Maria Oliver, of Maria Ignacia Chacártegui and Manuel Fernández. The purpose of Hands Joined, as the president has explained, has been to transfer "the possibility to take ourselves into account in the 0,7% that is destined to cooperation" to the Government "that he|she|it contemplates".
The representatives of Hands Joined also have appraised that "the fact that we suffer a severe economic crisis does not have to make that we blur the reality of the countries of the Third World, which is much more complex than ours."
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