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Montevideo, September 23rd 2023 - 18:39 UTC

Tag: Argentine Constitution

  • Thursday, March 29th 2018 - 14:19 UTC

    Falklands: Argentine professor visits Stanley and offers proposal to “end the dispute”

    According to Mr Kohen 20 point proposal, residents would be given dual Argentine/British nationality.

    Argentine Professor of International Law at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies of Geneva, Marcelo Kohen, has studied disputes and resolutions in different parts of the world. Last Monday Kohen was in the Falkland Islands and at a public meeting in Stanley, he presented a proposal to put “an end to the dispute”.

  • Wednesday, June 10th 2015 - 05:32 UTC

    Argentina commemorates creation of 'Malvinas political and military command' in June 1829

    The release complains about the 'illegitimate' hydrocarbons' exploration activities, contrary to a UN General Assembly resolution.

    British dominance of the Malvinas Islands is a colonial 'situation', which is 'unacceptable' and 'anachronic': Argentina reiterates its sovereignty claims over the South Atlantic Islands and surrounding maritime spaces, said a release from the foreign ministry in Buenos Aires on occasion of the day the country commemorates the creation, on 10 June 1829, of the political and military command of the Malvinas Islands and adjacent Cape Horn spaces.

  • Monday, March 18th 2013 - 07:04 UTC

    “Argentina should accept the near-unanimity of the Falklanders”

    Falklanders celebrating a very special day of their history  (Pic by T.Chater)

    Canada’s Globe and Mail had an editorial on the Falklands referendum.
    Not since the halcyon days of the Soviet Union has a vote been so lopsided, but there was no fraud or coercion. Ninety-two per-cent turnout; over 98% support for the Falkland Islands to retain its status as a British Overseas Territory.