Hello, limited followers. It has been a long break, but after suggestions from friends I’ve decided to bring my rusty fingers back to the blog.
The fourth estate.
On Monday – three days after the Paraguay president, Fernando Lugo, was impeached – my partner, another family member and I took a tour of the ABC Color office with journalist Pedro Gómez Silgueira.
Impeachment or Coup? Deciphering the Voices in the Paraguayan Media
As the continent comes to terms with Lugo’s removal, I analyse the war of words being fought in Paraguay for the Argentina Independent.
Paraguayan history, as far as I can tell.
“In order to understand the situation in Paraguay today, you have to understand its history.”
Peace and quiet.
Peace was the message from speakers at the public mass in Asunción yesterday, held in the square where thousands of people protested as Paraguay’s president was impeached Friday evening.
As far as I have seen tonight, the streets are empty in Asunción, Paraguay. This evening, as I took a bus here, the president was impeached.
A couple of weeks ago, I bussed to Rosario for the 5° Foro Internacional de Periodismo Digital – the 5th International Forum on Digital Journalism.