Tuesday, December 07, 2004

Mexico launches OAS candidate

Mexico had previously said it would support a Central American candidate for the OAS post, and now is saying it will propose it's own foreign minister. Last week, former foreign minister of Mexico Jorge Castañeda said that El Salvador worked hand in hand (unsuccessfully) with Colombia and the US to quickly recognize the interim government that overthrew Chávez in 2002. The former foreign minister of Chile kind of confirms that fact in today's La Prensa Gráfica.

The U.S. has been low-key -- but not invisible -- in its support for a Flores candidacy, but things aren't looking so good for them.

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