The capital and the State of Mexico, at a red traffic light before the advance of the coronavirus

December 19, 2020

Mexico City and the State of Mexico that surrounds it have returned to a red light due to the number of infections that does not stop growing and the hospital capacity, close to 75%, which is going to be expanded so that everything whoever is ill “may have a bed. This was announced by the head of the city government, Claudia Sheinbaum, and the governor of the State of Mexico,…

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Iota highlights the state abandonment of the islands as they pass through Colombia

December 10, 2020

One person dead and one missing, six injured, an island of 6,000 inhabitants devastated and a trail of criticism of the Government of Ivan duque not foreseeing the destruction, he has left the hurricane Iota on its way through Colombia. While the destruction in the paradise Providencia is being known, the Executive is questioned for not having ordered a preventive evacuation, as several Central American countries did at the weekend,…

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The State of Colorado orders the abolition of the death penalty

December 6, 2020

Camilla where the death penalty was applied in Colorado. Colorado is now the twenty-second state in the Union to abolish the death penalty. The previous one to do so was New Hampshire in May of last year. Although the maximum penalty was in effect, Colorado had only executed one person since capital punishment was reinstated in the United States in 1976. Jared Polis, Democratic Governor since 2019, promulgated the law…

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