Today, Sunday night, while reviewing it incorporating the latest information about the topic, I read that BBC World realizes the existence of 22 deceased policemen and 9 demonstrators (according to the indigenous people themselves, the actual number of dead protesters would be 30). According to Reuters on Friday: Peru has been the target of strong criticism from environmentalists and human rights groups who say that the excessive exploitation of resources endangers the environment and increases the exposure of tribes to deadly diseases. Death, uncertainty and a clear call to attention, is what Alan Garcia Government should rescue this conflict to meditate very carefully. More must import to Alan Garcia the world image that leaves the country or the welfare of its people? Alan Garcia believes that caring for the international image of Peru, it is ruling for his people, but the Peruvian does not feel well, and claimed further evidence that his main interest is the welfare of the people. Not to hear it is affecting not only the image of Peru as environment conducive to business, but it is making doubt to companies that they were determined to settle in the country. It is that social unrest is so great that it puts at risk the current economic model.
And so close to having a neighbour as Evo Morales, will not miss those who from the opposition want to imitate him. This disagreement on the management of Alan Garcia, I’ve seen them reflected in the latest results of some surveys we our readers of Peru have so graciously provided. National urban survey, prepared by the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, chilly June results yielded a disapproval nationwide from 62% to the management of the Peruvian President. Once again, remains in evidence one of the main problems of economic models of neoliberal dye: their lack of social sensitivity. Is it forbidden in the manuals of neo-liberal economics have at least one small look into the social question? Certainly not. At least in the books that I have read I.
Every action has its consequence which you should try to anticipate that the final result is expected. This is the postulate that gives reason to be models of game theory that have become so famous in economics and so that their authors have been awarded the Nobel. It would be good that Alan Garcia advisers take this essence of the game theory to redirect to the Peruvian economy towards an inclusive economic growth that does not trample the rights of any sector of the population.