Saturday, December 29th 2012 - 06:44 UTC

Venezuela praises Mercosur partners but completely ignores Paraguay

Venezuela gave another step in its integration process as full member of Mercosur underlining recent achievements with its partners Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay but completely ignored Paraguay, the fourth full member currently suspended from the block.

Minister Villegas said then agreements were subscribed with Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay

In an official report Venezuela Communications and Information minister Ernesto Villegas said that last 26 December, in the framework of the Latin American Integration Association, ALADI Venezuela subscribed the agreements of “partial economic complementation with its associates Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay”.

“This is an event of great significance since these instruments contain the trade liberation programs and their evolution with its partners Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay.

They will regulate Venezuela’s trade with its Mercosur partners under the principles of gradualism, flexibility and equilibrium, acknowledgement of asymmetries and preferential treatment, as well as the principles of food security, subsistence means and rural development”, says the report with no mention of the fourth full member Paraguay, which remains suspended from the block until at least August 2013.

Likewise beginning January first, all kinds of products will be open to export to Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay with no export tariffs thus promoting “the great beginning of the Mercosur export era” points out the report. Apparently Mercosur is extending Venezuela 100% trade liberation.

Villegas added that Venezuela agreed a mechanism to strengthen production which includes: technology transfer, joint investments, industrial complementation, reliable suppliers and at a lower cost, financial opportunities and space for further negotiations.

Mercosur suspended Paraguay from the block last June following the political impeachment of Fernando Lugo who was removed from office and replaced by President Federico Franco. Simultaneously Mercosur taking advantage of the absence of Paraguay approved the incorporation of Venezuela as a full member, a move that had been blocked so far (five years) by the Paraguayan Senate.

The resolution supported by the three other Mercosur full members indicates that President Franco will not be recognized as head of state before the regional block.

According to the Mercosur founding charter incorporation rules must be unanimous but at the time Uruguayan president Jose Mujica said that on occasions “the political is more important than the juridical”.

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1 Anglotino (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 10:33 am Report abuse
Mercosur sold its soul to gain Venezuela. Suspending one member because of a supposedly undemocratic action, to then use it as an excuse to admit Venezuela is hypocrisy at its finest.

If you are only to be ignored and put upon as a member of an organisation, it perhaps time to look elsewhere for acceptance. I hear there's a new game in town, The Pacific Alliance. It isn't as inward looking as Mercisur, but has a clear outward looking focus towards Asia.

It may only have 35% of Latin America's economy but has 55% of its exports, surpassing Mercosur.

Look outward Paraguay, there's more to the world than dysfunctional Brazil and Argentina.
2 Brasileiro (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 02:54 pm Report abuse
Brasil is not dysfunctional. We know the integration's way.
3 Shed-time (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 04:21 pm Report abuse
'Poor corrupt spanish-speaking countries are poor and corrupt', says Mr Obvious.
4 Brasileiro (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 04:48 pm Report abuse
Brasil, Venezuela and Argentina are 90% from South América PNB.
5 Alexei (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 06:13 pm Report abuse
Brazil is very nice, if you keep clear of the urbanised areas, or live in a gated community with armed guards outside your home twenty four hours a day. I know, I've lived there. The rural towns were really great. However, most people live in urban areas like Rio and São Paulo. These are not the sort of places where you are safe to walk the streets at night (or in the daytime in many parts), stop your car at a junction, or raise your children. Sadly, I don't believe it's getting any better with Dilma and Co. running the place.
6 Shed-time (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 06:21 pm Report abuse
Brazil is very nice if you like going to work in an armoured personnel carrier (APC) and then sitting behind your desk wearing several layers of tactical body protection in order to prevent a major organ being removed in a random act of gang-on-gang violence.

In that regard it's not unlike Mendozea.
7 LightThink (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 06:22 pm Report abuse
You portray Switzerland..not Brasil.
8 Brasileiro (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 06:22 pm Report abuse
Disgrace. More one “favela” in Brasil!
9 LightThink (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 06:26 pm Report abuse
all YouTube videos are amateurish,do not have any documentary values.
10 Brasileiro (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 06:33 pm Report abuse
11 LightThink (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 07:04 pm Report abuse
All Brasilian cities are beautiful....
The Brasilian architects make very decorous/handsome buildings.
12 Brasileiro (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 07:11 pm Report abuse
Thanks, brother
13 Shed-time (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 07:16 pm Report abuse
Unlike south americans, I'm not poor. Therefore, I don't like living in favelas where you're either going to end up in a gang and shot, or a prostitute, depending on your gender.

Instead, I like to live in a house, secured by a political system that acts against corruption.
14 Brasileiro (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 07:19 pm Report abuse
For the Asteca-Mexican native:
15 LightThink (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 07:21 pm Report abuse
I was admirer Mexico/70 World Champion Brasil National football team
16 Brasileiro (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 07:28 pm Report abuse
Yes, our selection in seventy Guadalajara and Jalisco......thanks
17 LightThink (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 07:42 pm Report abuse
1994 (USA)World Champion team was not skillful...

I expect Brasil--Germany final match in the next coming World Championship.
18 Brasileiro (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 07:44 pm Report abuse
but in 1994 Taffarel (Poland Colony).....hahaha. no victory, no defetead......penaltis!
19 LightThink (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 07:50 pm Report abuse
Taffarel in Turkey (in Galatasaray technical team )right now.
20 Brasileiro (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 07:56 pm Report abuse
i dont say speak for this.....out Brazil, out my mind
21 LightThink (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 07:58 pm Report abuse
I like Alex de Souza everytime.
He is a football--chess genius.
22 Brasileiro (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 08:03 pm Report abuse
Chess game.....Xadrez......i like too. My father in 1995 open the better chess mater in Paraná
23 LightThink (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 08:05 pm Report abuse
You are from Curitiba ?
24 Brasileiro (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 08:09 pm Report abuse
No, i am from Francisco Beltrão-PR
25 LightThink (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 08:16 pm Report abuse
F B seems lovely /peaceful.
has mainly Italian/German origin people.
26 Brasileiro (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 08:20 pm Report abuse
hahha....we are brasilians.....not european people
27 LightThink (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 08:27 pm Report abuse
bravo !
you passed the test.
however the Argentines theorized themself still Europeans living in South America.
28 Brasileiro (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 08:48 pm Report abuse
29 LightThink (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 08:55 pm Report abuse
We know...we know Brasileiro
Brasil is one the prominent economic powers of the world...firmly progressing to become a completely super power.
30 Brasileiro (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 08:59 pm Report abuse
Thanks Light
31 LightThink (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 09:04 pm Report abuse
My pleasure !
32 Captain Poppy (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 11:03 pm Report abuse
#4 The entire continent of SA GDP for 2012 is 4.975 billion. Brazil is 2.393 billion, Argentina .756 billion, Venezuela .397 equals 3.546. That's 71% in my math. Is 90% what they are feeding you in Brazil?
I think you will see when the numbers are finalized that Columbia will have over taken Argentina for the # 2 spot in SA largest GDP. Argentina officially moved out of the top 20 economies and they should no longer remain n the G20. But than, it does not matter to Argentina anyway, the world is their enemy.
33 British_Kirchnerist (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 11:17 pm Report abuse
I imagine Venezuela was being kind about Paraguay; “if you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all”...

#3 Like Brazil?

#6 Is that because its “Spanish speaking” too??
34 Captain Poppy (#) Dec 29th, 2012 - 11:25 pm Report abuse
BK here is your masterbation queen.......have a fun filled evening???

Check out her neck....I seen less wrinkles on a Sharpei
35 redpoll (#) Dec 30th, 2012 - 12:05 am Report abuse
@26 Bravo brasiliero. We too in Uruguay think we are all Uruguayans Doesnt matter what colour you are or whether you have a Russian, Turkisk or Scots surname. As for Brazil the cultural differneces still show up as they do here. You cant compare the beautiful city of Blumenau, mainly with its Germn civic pride with the favelas But Ill say one thing- Brazilians of all classes know how to enjoy themselves!
As for futebol, well we have a few good players here too. Just to remind you Uruguay did win the World Cup at Maracana stadium aginst Brazil, though thats many years ago
Seriously, I think the main problem is the poor education system available to the kids which is to blame for the wide discrepancy between rich and poor in both our countries. The politicos talk and talk but nothing ever gets done
36 British_Kirchnerist (#) Dec 30th, 2012 - 12:50 am Report abuse
#34 A good article. Do you think its all Arab lies, or do you acknowledge the progress Cristina's Argentina has made? And yes, since you asked, it is a lovely picture =)
37 Captain Poppy (#) Dec 30th, 2012 - 03:04 am Report abuse
you must be a sloppy old dog to think that pig looks good. Two pigs in a stye as they say
38 British_Kirchnerist (#) Dec 30th, 2012 - 03:19 am Report abuse
#37 You didn't answer my substantive question about the article, the content of which backs up my position on Cristina's humanitarian leadership...
39 Captain Poppy (#) Dec 30th, 2012 - 10:50 am Report abuse
I did
40 Shed-time (#) Dec 30th, 2012 - 11:35 am Report abuse
I don't see widespread corruption, the debasement of democracy through rule by decree, and the war on the judiciary as anything good.

Scottish-soon-to-be-marxist does however.

41 Anglotino (#) Dec 30th, 2012 - 12:32 pm Report abuse
The compassion and “humanitarian leadership” displayed by CFK to all the businesses that were recently looted, the livelihoods destroyed and the families that were killed bought a tear to my eye. Her powerful address to the nation during this crisis....

Hang on a minute.......
42 aussie sunshine (#) Dec 30th, 2012 - 12:55 pm Report abuse
*40 Why are you picking on the Scots??!! If you value your democratic country so much, then I presume, you respect the Scottish referendum as this is part of their democratic right!!
43 Shed-time (#) Dec 30th, 2012 - 01:37 pm Report abuse
@42 I would die to allow folk like the Scots to express their democratic rights through referenda and other means. This doesn't have anything to do with my like or dislike of the scots nor of my desires about whether they should be in the UK.

If you had of had a classical education then you would understand the greek view of the mind and be capable of grasping the difference.
44 British_Kirchnerist (#) Dec 30th, 2012 - 02:06 pm Report abuse
#39 where
45 Captain Poppy (#) Dec 30th, 2012 - 02:35 pm Report abuse
My lack of a response was obviously not plain enough so I will only lightly elaborate. Has it been almost 30 years since the junta ruled Argentina? The atrocities of the junta are not something that is new found, yet only now, as these former rulers are so old they may spend a year or two in prison before they croak. The fact remains they lived out a good, long free life before “justice ” came for them. I am sure I am not the only skeptic to think think that there was some underhanded deal that allowed them to get old before prosecution. Even the kirchners had 13 years to go after them.
Hopefully Argentine prosecutors will not take so long to come knocking for the kirchner corruption trials.
46 ChrisR (#) Dec 30th, 2012 - 02:41 pm Report abuse
Captain Poppy

That must have killed a few photographers to get that picture of a Gorgon holding its' hands apart, trying to entice simple souls into its' grasp.

47 Shed-time (#) Dec 30th, 2012 - 03:10 pm Report abuse
@45 Speaking the truth is hardly skepticism.
48 Captain Poppy (#) Dec 30th, 2012 - 05:09 pm Report abuse
really Chris.....and yet bk still thinks she looks good. I think an ugly tree must have fell on him.
49 ynsere (#) Dec 30th, 2012 - 05:37 pm Report abuse
You imply you had a classical education. However, for the following reasons I surmise you had no education at all, or at best attended a mediocre middle school from which you dropped out or were expelled.
1. You hate Spanish-speakers and dismisss us all as poor. Even you must realise that this is impossible. And even if it were true, shouldn't you be helping those less fortunate than yourself instead of making fun of them?
2. Perhaps you're really an Argentine troll posting opinions designed to annoy non-Argentine Spanish speakers who are pro-Falklands. Unsuccessfully, because we see you for what you are: a bastard (but of course this isn't really your fault).
Happy New Year. I hope you choke on your cheap champagne.
50 Captain Poppy (#) Dec 30th, 2012 - 07:27 pm Report abuse
ynsere shed-time has also made some disparaging USA statements. I am not sure what is really is.....could be an Argentine troll......could be toby who is the only one that speaks fondly of his own education and intelligence.
51 Shed-time (#) Dec 30th, 2012 - 08:54 pm Report abuse
@49 I don't drink cheap champagne so how can I choke on something I don't drink. Please explain. Thanks.

@59 I'm not Tobias. I live somewhere where kevlar-plated clothing isn't required.
52 Captain Poppy (#) Dec 30th, 2012 - 10:08 pm Report abuse
I've never needed it anytime I was in Argentina shed time......have you when you were there?
53 Shed-time (#) Dec 30th, 2012 - 10:25 pm Report abuse
@59 Apparently it's all they wear in Mendoza. Stops the random police bullets at parties and in the street.
54 Captain Poppy (#) Dec 31st, 2012 - 12:01 am Report abuse
Is that where you went when you were in Argentina?
55 British_Kirchnerist (#) Dec 31st, 2012 - 12:46 am Report abuse
Good on Poppy and ynsere, notmy usual allies I know, for standing up to the vile shed-time
56 Brasileiro (#) Dec 31st, 2012 - 03:20 pm Report abuse
The new Arena from Fortaleza-CE.......beautiful
57 cornelius (#) Jan 01st, 2013 - 01:05 pm Report abuse
At Brasileiro #56 Brazil a close economy and uncompetitive they cannot export so they look at other uncompetitive economies like Uruguay Argentina and Venezuela they are in the same club!
Now your communist president is tinkering with the private economy by limiting profits and profits are the only way to create jobs
58 Shed-time (#) Jan 01st, 2013 - 01:52 pm Report abuse
Q. How many south americans does it take to change a lightbulb?
A. Three. One to setup a crypto-communist state, in order to lace their own greedy pockets. One to steal all the taxes from the exchequer. One to shoot lots of people in the street.

Did you see what I did there?
59 cornelius (#) Jan 01st, 2013 - 03:28 pm Report abuse
@57 Yes you are 100% on target and the left in South America are so out of touch they are ideologist not realist they live in a state of utopia and total dependency from the state you can call a dictatorship from the left they demand the wealth from the productive people in the form of higher taxes one example( they are more Uruguayans out of the country than in Uruguay) and when there is no more wealth they begging to kill each ether they are like rats they take and reproduced.
60 emerald (#) Jan 01st, 2013 - 06:07 pm Report abuse
Fortaleza is my birthplace.!
61 ynsere (#) Jan 01st, 2013 - 06:36 pm Report abuse
Cornelius @ 59
Where did you get that “there are more Uruguayans out of the country than in Uruguay”? My sources say a maximum of 20%.
62 redpoll (#) Jan 01st, 2013 - 07:02 pm Report abuse
Ay ay ynsere Corny and shed are not worth bothering about
63 Shed-time (#) Jan 01st, 2013 - 07:22 pm Report abuse
@62 The feeling is mutual.
64 ChrisR (#) Jan 01st, 2013 - 08:19 pm Report abuse
59 cornelius

What a pity that you have not garnered the characteristics of Sulla to you, even though you use his name as a tag.

Making stupid, general comments as if they are facts, without substantiation puts you in with the Malvanitas and other morons that habitually do the same..

I challenge you to substantiate your claim that “they (SIC) there are more Uruguayans out of the country than in Uruguay” and provide links to that evidence.

And how dare you compare the Uruguayos to rats with you other dyslexic or illiterate comment “and when there is no more wealth they begging [do you mean begin?] to kill each ether [surely you are not referring to the organic compound which was used as an early aesthetic] they are like rats they take and reproduced” The final little phrase has me completely at a loss.

Please tell me which country you come from AND which country you presently reside in, so that I can determine for myself whether this nonsense has come about through poor education or just plain idiocy.

BTW. In case you do not know me, for I most certainly have never seen your tag before, I am a retired Brit living in Uruguay. I have been here for almost two years and know far more than you it would seem about the lovely people here.

I look forward to your answer: perhaps this time without the illiteracy.
65 cornelius (#) Jan 02nd, 2013 - 01:40 pm Report abuse
.At # 64 I’m glad I call your attention I send a fishing hook and I get leftist, so I exaggerated a little about Uruguayans leaving abroad (people who produced and are contributors usually leave the country and this is true of all the Bolivarian countries and leftist in general.)
If your attention deficit disorder is not acute I never said Uruguayans are rats I was referring to the left in general in all the countries of the world (and when there is no more wealth they begging to kill each ether are like rats they take and reproduced.) They confiscate properties and wealth and the state becomes their parents.
My background is not important because what is said is a basic truth I know leftist cannot rationalize basic common sense.
PS: I do not get involved in personal attack my attacks are directed to an entire group of people for example leftist
66 ChrisR (#) Jan 02nd, 2013 - 03:14 pm Report abuse
65 cornelius

May I suggest that you either learn English or you use another translator because the one you are using at the moment is providing gibberish.

Your qualification does not stack up with the actual text of your post. You ARE in fact attacking individuals in so far as your somewhat mangled text says.

If you are trying to insult me by saying I am a leftist then you are completely wrong, as any of the posters on here will tell you. In fact that is so amusing I just had to burst out laughing.

And why are you so afraid to state your nationality and where you live presently? Are you ashamed to admit to your own ethnicity and the possible need to escape your origins?
67 cornelius (#) Jan 02nd, 2013 - 08:35 pm Report abuse
@66 if you ADD allows you, please Stick to the issues!
The left never understand they are illiterate (it seem you that like the use of that word). I suggest you use the word “educationally challenge” is more of a politically correct sentence lefties like politically correct words.
Going back to the subject:
The left does not have any understanding of how social contracts works or how to make people productive and wealthy the only thing the left is good for is confiscating private property they also are good at conserving water they never take showers (I question their personal hygiene) because they are very busy protesting and demanding what they are owe to them!
Usually they held marches closing public roads and creating havoc breaking into businesses and steeling (Argentina) this is a method they used if they do not get enough subsidy from the state of course the state is going bankrupt as a result of their burden and corruption like in Argentina I think Uruguay is on his way the first stage is set, high inflation which they are (#3) in south America after Argentina and Venezuela (Excellent economics models ha-ha,) which is the result of printing money to subsidize the useless lefties.
Once again my race or ethnicity have no consequence in the world of free exchange of ideas the only reason you want to know my ethnicity is to get ammunition for personal attacks probably you have a preconceived prejudice of different groups of people that is one ability lefties have.
You are probably a racist like a said before if you ADD permits I do not attack individuals I attack entire groups of useless humans with useless philosophies. They only good for universities.
This will be my last comment on this matter I’m a very busy person I have to work to subsidize the left.
My advice #66 stick to the “SUBJECT “socialism vs. the free market”
“If I had learned education I would not have had time to learn anything else”
Quote by Cornelius Vanderbilt American industrialist
68 ChrisR (#) Jan 02nd, 2013 - 10:23 pm Report abuse
67 cornelius

I see now, that was why you did not understand who Sulla was! You do realise that your hero was born in 1794 and left school at the age of 11 to do manual work. He worked hard but could not be considered in any way to be educated, other than in understanding how to manage things to suit himself. Good luck if you want to try that in 2013.

You really have inferiority problems, I suggest that you reflect on your posts and try not to attempt too much in one sentence and do not mix the topics together.

I use words appropriate to the subject. Educationally challenged confuses people and can overlook dyslexia which is a REAL problem, not idleness or no schooling which most definitely leads to illiteracy.

BTW, as a retired technical director of a GEC company (if you even know what that was) I think I may have a better understanding of the free market and the forces that drive it than even you!
69 cornelius (#) Jan 03rd, 2013 - 05:14 am Report abuse
@68 I know who Sulla was but this is not a history forum (he was the Pinochet of ancient Rome)
GEC PLC or GEC I believe was GEC PLC was not the company that closed for mismanagement 15 years ago? And renamed Telent ?
You did not retired you were fired! O pardon technical director! You where given a retirement package.
Technical director a fancy name for do nothing non value added employee
70 ChrisR (#) Jan 03rd, 2013 - 10:42 am Report abuse
69 cornelius
“@68 This will be my last comment on this matter I’m a very busy person I have to work to subsidize the left.”

Got you!

You have clearly not been following things on MP very long, otherwise you would know that I had moved to e very senior position in a similar sized business in 1986. This was well before Lord Weinstock (who I reported to) passed the management to the person who crashed the entire business by chasing the new digital future and overpaying for it.

I then started my own businesses in 1992 and I retired from them to Uruguay in March 2011. If you really think that “Technical director a fancy name for do nothing (of) non (SIC) value added (for the) employee(s)” then not only are you illiterate, you are an imbecile of the highest order.

You should be aware that a director in the UK is the same as a VP in America.

I bet you answer back from your hovel in Venezuela.
71 cornelius (#) Jan 03rd, 2013 - 12:05 pm Report abuse
@70 got you! You’re long for recognition you must be filling desperate and inadequate in your years of retirement full of resentments to engage in this type of exchange.
And for being from Venezuela you so off is pathetic, don’t you get it!
72 ynsere (#) Jan 03rd, 2013 - 02:55 pm Report abuse
Why are you so interested in ChrisR? Doesn't seem normal to me. I see you continue speculating, with no reference to fact. As for where you are, nobody could care less. You're really not that important. Right, you're dismissed. Bugger orf.
73 ChrisR (#) Jan 03rd, 2013 - 04:47 pm Report abuse
72 ynsere

Thanks for that!
74 cornelius (#) Jan 03rd, 2013 - 05:57 pm Report abuse
@72 OK white knight to the rescue.
You must be a non compos mentis here is my final comment on this matter.

In the forums of internet discussion we are all nobody’s including you we should not pretend any titles or nobilities we are all equal and measure only by our words and opinions one can defend points without getting personal.
Since the beginning #73 Christ or whatever he is was pretentious and obnoxious with an and air of superiority playing with words and definitions and not getting to the economics discussion of Latin America wrong economics models that this forum suppose to be all about.
“Education is a painful process”
Thomas Jefferson
75 ChrisR (#) Jan 03rd, 2013 - 08:32 pm Report abuse
@74 cornplaster (bet you don't get this)

No White Knight needed to deal with the rabble scrabbling around in the shit in Venezuela, I was just being polite to my friend ynsere.

No need to continue the farce with you any further however.

Given that you have not (by your own admission) had any degree of real education (and you admire someone born in the 18th century for the same thing) why are you upset when I tell the truth about you?

You may think you are something special in that little puddle of urine that you inhabit but there is a saying:

“You get smarter by being with smarter people”

As you clearly have no idea of industry and commercial reality I suggest that you leave the shithole and go somewhere else to get a proper education and then come back on here and post with the big boys and girls.

Now piss-off and play with the rest of your knob-heads mates and leave us all alone.
76 cornelius (#) Jan 03rd, 2013 - 09:23 pm Report abuse
@75What I learned from you is that you have an ego that is unmanageable.
Like a said before all of us are nobody’s on the internet we measure our conclusion base on the words we use it is the perfect communistic state we are all equals.
Well this has been an interesting project I must turn my attention to a “real education”
Chris I thank you are amusing.
“Don’t let schooling interfere with your education”
Mark Twain
77 Forgetit87 (#) Jan 04th, 2013 - 10:54 am Report abuse
Paraguay's membership has been suspended; what a non-story.
78 British_Kirchnerist (#) Jan 04th, 2013 - 01:26 pm Report abuse
Really feeling the love between the two free marketeers on here lol!
79 ProRG_American (#) Jan 04th, 2013 - 10:14 pm Report abuse
Chileans stick to your own problems

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