RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Some thirty leaders of the left and progressive Latin American spectrum agreed last week in the Mexican city of Puebla to found the new "Forum of Puebla".
In the future, it will complement the "Forum of São Paulo" which has been taking place since Thursday. Attendees came from ten countries on the continent to discuss issues and strategies for the coming years.
Ernesto Samper, former president of Colombia, Daniel Martínez, presidential candidate of the "Frente Amplio" in Uruguay, Fernando Haddad, former PT presidential candidate in Brazil, and Chile's José Miguel Insulza, former secretary . . .