viernes, 7 de abril de 2006

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Algo distinta... pero que corta la "emoción" de ayer

FUCKTUALIZACIÓN: Reuters amplia la noticia.

Por Guille da Maus


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  1. Anónimo1:02 p. m.

    EN POCAS PALABRAS, EL MILICO 29, LA TIA 26 Y PATADITA 22, AL PARECER CABALLO LOCO YA FUE.

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  2. Tomado de Reuters:

    "Sin embargo, el director de Apoyo, Alfredo Torres, explicó a Reuters que la encuesta de su firma, realizada el martes pasado a nivel nacional, mostró la misma tendencia de un sondeo difundido el domingo pasado.

    Esa encuesta daba a Humala un 31 por ciento, seguido por Flores con un 26 por ciento y con García recortando diferencias con un 23 por ciento."

    A quien creerle? A un diario izquierdista mexicano o a Reuters?

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  3. El comentario anterior va obviamente en referencia a la "encuesta preliminar" publicada ayer y que hizo saltar de alegría a los compañeros.

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  4. Anónimo1:22 p. m.

    APOYO NO HA DICHO ESTA BOCA ES MIA, ESAS CIFRAS SON SUPUESTOS, NO TIENE FICHA TECNICA, Y SI FUESEN CIERTAS SON DEL MARTES (NO SE SABIA LOS VINCULOS DEL CACHACO CON MONTESINOS) DEL MARTES TAMBIEN ES LA DE DATUM, LA U DE LIMA Y LA DE CPI SON DEL MIERCOLES EN CONCLUSION: NO HACER CASO A ENCUESTAS.

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  5. Anónimo1:38 p. m.

    Segun Datum las cosas estan un poco mas estrechas:

    http://www.miami.com/mld/elnuevo/news/world/americas/14289066.htm

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  6. Poll: Peru hopefuls in dead heat ahead of vote

    Friday, April 7, 2006 Posted: 1733 GMT (0133 HKT)


    Peruvian presidential candidate Lourdes Flores, center, dances with supporters at a rally Thursday in Lima.RELATED
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    Manage Alerts | What Is This? AREQUIPA, Peru (AP) -- A poll released Friday showed a dead heat among the three front-runners in Sunday's presidential elections, with populist former army officer Ollanta Humala dropping 7 percentage points.

    Humala, a political outsider endorsed by President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela and whose anti-oligarchic rhetoric alarms the political establishment, fell to 26 percent support in the nationwide poll by Datum.

    Pro-business former congresswoman Lourdes Flores and ex-President Alan Garcia rose to 24 percent each, up 1 and 2 percentage points, respectively, from a March 30 survey by Datum.

    Since the poll's error margin was plus or minus 2 percent, the survey of 2,536 people conducted Wednesday puts the three candidates in a tie.

    Another polling firm, CPI, published results on Thursday that also showed the top three candidates in a dead heat. That poll had Flores with 28 percent, Humala with 26 percent and 25 percent for Garcia, a center leftist whose 1985-1990 presidency was marred by corruption and hyperinflation. It had a margin of error of 2 percent.

    If no candidate wins 50 percent of the vote Sunday, the top two vote-getters will face each other in a May runoff.

    A poll published Sunday by the Apoyo firm, the last opinion survey Peruvian media were allowed to publish ahead of the election, showed Humala with 31 percent compared with 26 percent for Flores and 23 percent favoring Garcia. Its margin of error was 2 percent.

    Peruvian law prohibits the publishing of polling data in the week before elections, though foreign press accounts are available on the Internet.

    The candidates closed their campaigns Thursday night.

    At his rally, Humala railed against the "fascist dictatorship of the economically powerful" that he says has robbed Peru of democracy. Speaking in Arequipa, an Andean mountain city of nearly 1 million, the self-proclaimed nationalist repeated his vow to exact higher taxes and royalties from multinational companies who profit from the extraction of Peru's rich mineral resources.

    Garcia promised job creation and investment in agriculture in his speech in central Lima while refusing to fan the flames of discontent.

    In a clear stab at her rivals, Flores cautioned supporters at a simultaneous rally a few blocks away not to "allow improvisation and demagoguery to come back and control our destinies. Let's vote with sobriety. Let's vote with maturity."

    Throughout the campaign, Flores has hit hard at Humala's populist line of restoring national pride and economic sovereignty.

    But Humala has not backed down from his central campaign theme.

    "Nationalism is the force that says to multinational companies that don't want to pay royalties and taxes that we're going to renegotiate their contracts," he told the crowd in Arequipa.

    That's exactly what Chavez has done in Venezuela and what Evo Morales, elected president of Bolivia in December, has vowed to do with his country's natural gas resources.

    The candidacy of Humala, a former lieutenant colonel, has polarized the nation.

    He's drawn the sympathy of Peru's poor, largely indigenous majority, just as Morales did in Bolivia, promising to dethrone a corrupt political class of European descendants.

    "Humala is the only option. There's no other," said Eugenio Mamanica, a 44-year-old supporter, adding "let's hope he marks a change because if he doesn't people will have to take to the streets and protest."

    Mamanica said most people in Peru's southern Andean highlands favor Humala because "he represents the idea of better days for those of us who aren't white."

    But others in Arequipa consider Humala little more than an opportunist.

    "Ollanta Humala is an extremist, a radical thinker," said 32-year-old Rosangela Guzman, who said she was voting for Flores "because she is the least bad."

    Elberto Morales, 74, confronted a group of Humala supporters before Thursday's rally, telling them: "Humala isn't any more than someone who's taking advantage of the ignorance of people in need."

    Copyright 2006 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

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  7. osea para todos los gustos
    asi que ya cortala no seas un niño emocional
    anda come tu menu (ejecutivo ya q te crees lo maximo)

    bye bye

    if you don't know how to read english I really fell sorry for you, anyway I have to do a lot of things so see you later, L (loser).

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  8. EFE, ANDINA, REUTERS, ETC2:25 p. m.

    Tabo pregunta a quien creerle a la agencia de noticias o al periodista mexicano, bueno señor tabo si no sabe los corresponsales de las agencias de noticias por lo general son nacidos en el pais donde se desarrolla la noticia, en este caso el periodista de la agencia debe ser peruano o peruana en segundo lugar me parece un poco infanti esa pregunta pero como a los niños hay que contestarles con delicadeza y no ignorarlos.

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  9. Anónimo3:00 p. m.

    LEAMOS ESTE DISCURSO DE ALAN GARCIA Y LUEGO, RELÉALO NUEVAMENTE PERO DE ABAJO HACIA ARRIBA RENGLON A RENGLON.

    ASÍ PODRÁ USTED COMPRENDER SU VERDADERO SIGNIFICADO!!!!!!!!!

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    VIVA EL APRA COMPAÑEROS..............

    Desde siempre en el Apra
    cumplimos con lo que prometemos
    Sólo los necios pueden creer que
    no lucharemos contra la corrupción.
    Porque si hay algo seguro para nosotros es que
    la honestidad y la transparencia son fundamentales
    para alcanzar nuestros ideales.
    Demostraremos que es una gran estupidez creer que
    las mafias seguirán formando parte del gobierno
    como en otros tiempos.
    Aseguramos sin resquicio de duda que
    la justicia social será el fin principal de nuestro accionar.
    Pese a eso, todavía hay idiotas que fantasean -o añoran- que
    se pueda seguir gobernando con las mañas d la vieja política
    Cuando asumamos el poder, haremos lo imposible para que
    se acaben los privilegios y los negociados
    No permitiremos de ningún modo que
    Nuestros niños mueran de hambre
    Cumpliremos nuestros propósitos aunque
    los recursos económicos se hayan agotado
    Ejerceremos el poder hasta que
    Comprendan desde ahora que
    Somos la nueva política".

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  10. Debido aciertos comentarios insultantes no permitiré loscomentarios anónimos hasta el Dormingo 9. Que melloooo ! !

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