The impeachment trial against Trump will begin the week of February 8 | Politics | USA Edition

The second impeachment trial against former President Donald Trump for “inciting insurrection” with the assault on the Capitol will formally begin the week of February 8, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said on Friday. Schumer indicated that the indictments for impeachment will be sent to the Upper House on Monday, January 25, and procedural matters … Read more

from the “impeachment” to its economic crisis

An impeachment on the table, a suspended Twitter account, several economic setbacks: the outgoing president of the United States, Donald Trump, is already suffering the immediate consequences of the assault on the Capitol on January 6. But the future of the former president, with a strong supporter base, is still uncertain in the long term … Read more

Vant Bèf Info – News from Haiti

President Jovenel Moïse handed over 1,500 admission certificates to the scholarship program to 1,500 young people at the National Palace on Thursday, January 21, 2021. This program is initiated by the Haitian State through the National Fund of ‘Education (FNE) for an amount of 400 million gourdes over four years. Port-au-Prince, January 21, 2021.- The … Read more

France, Algeria: ready to look at history?

EDITORIAL No apologies from France to Algeria. This is the decision of Emmanuel Macron while Benjamin Stora gave him his recommendations on Wednesday, January 20 as to the colonial past linking the two countries. Posted 01/20/2021 at 8:19 p.m. By Samir HEDDAR Emmanuel Macron wants to look Franco-Algerian history in the face. It is to … Read more

Deputies agree to overcome Bukele’s veto to increase the minimum pension | News from El Salvador

As the deputies overcome the presidential rejections of three financing decrees of the 2020 Nation budget, the process will go to controversy in the Constitutional Chamber. The deputies of the Finance committee agreed on Monday to overcome three vetoes by President Nayib Bukele on legislative decrees that the Assembly approved, one of them to finance … Read more

Will my health insurance coverage be suspended if I have overdue bills? | Municipal Libraries

Date of the reply: 18.01.2021 Hello, Thank you for using the Interroge service, here is the result of our research: The page Unpaid premiums: what is the risk? of the site proposed by Santésuisse provides the answer to your question. We first learn that “Until 2012, unpaid basic health insurance premiums led to a … Read more

Bolivarian Government exposes to the Turkish delegation the mechanisms and advantages of the Anti-Blockade Law to promote strategic alliances

The Bolivarian Government authorities met this Monday with the Turkish delegation to present the mechanisms and advantages of the Anti-Blockade Law, in order to promote future strategic alliances between both nations. The meeting took place at the facilities of the Vice Presidency of the Republic, in Caracas, and was attended by the president of the … Read more

Busca San Nicolás to promote reading with book exchange

Carolina Leon Monterrey / 17.01.2021 18:52:29 The municipality of San Nicolás de los Garza began with the installation of “free libraries” where citizens can exchange books and thus encourage reading. These spaces, which were proposed by the same citizens, will be located in some public squares, the Secretary of Human Development, Daniel Carrillo Martínez; and … Read more

Margarita is an example of a new model of small-scale agricultural production and in any productive space

In the country’s new agricultural production scheme, the island of Margarita in the state of Nueva Esparta is an example and model of the promotion of small-scale agriculture and in any productive space of the Bolivarian Republic, announced the Minister of Popular Power for Productive Agriculture and Lands, Wilmar Castro Soteldo. “Our first program of … Read more

Coronavirus: The political storm for vaccines in Colombia – Government – Politics

It is a paradox. The proximity of vaccination opened a compass of hope in the midst of the second peak of the pandemic in the country, but at the same time it gave rise to a political storm that does not subside. (In context: Vaccination: a new battlefront between the Government and the opposition) On … Read more