2012 July 3, 2012
It's difficult to analyze what happened in Paraguay. But after reading many reviews of different sign and to no water too clear, I've made a personal opinion. I'm not saying I believe any silly saying that after the dismissal of Lugo is an attempt to destabilize not only a country of Paraguay, but the whole area. There's a very well thought out project that tends to hit the Latin American integration.
Surely there are many hidden things that we do not know, but one can discern once seen as things have gone. Some say openly that the dismissal of Lugo is a political maneuver the United States. For example, while making explicit the impeachment against the democratically elected president of Paraguay, Fernando Lugo, June 22, considered "illegal" by neighbors, deputies met with Paraguayan U.S. military to negotiate installed establishment of a military base in the Chaco region of vast and uninhabited South American country. The excuse for a possible bilateral agreement would bring "humanitarian aid American troops" for the local population. As you know, the "civic" and "humanitarian aid", who already U.S. troops in Paraguay, which was given diplomatic immunity in May 2005, a scheme against insurgents, intelligence and control population and territory.
This could be one of the causes of the speed with which Lugo brought to government commitments to the Southern Common Market (Mercosur) and the Union of South American Nations, which would have made progress in the process of military bases. Lugo did not see it either. Solution? Find an excuse to sack him. Paraguay is a country of great strategic importance GEO, because it borders Bolivia, Brazil, Argentina and is relatively close to other military bases where U.S. and because it is on the extensive Guarani Aquifer, one of the largest drinking water in the world, located at the triple border with Argentina and Paraguay have Brasil.La news of the agreements referred to Members linked to dictatorship last American general and not surprisingly in these circumstances.
And another reason is the ongoing social conflict that exist in Paraguay in the struggle for the land stolen and bad food purchased by large corporations, as mentioned by the Commission for Memory, Truth and Justice (struggle also exists in other parts of Latin America). For farmers, their land back is a matter of life or death. There are bound to large employers, such as Brazil Soybean argues Martin Almada, defender of human rights as part of major corporations like Monsanto, advancing on the continent in order to defend their interests in any way, even overthrowing legitimate governments.
These are "major reasons" for the removal of Lugo and other attempts will be seeing soon with the support of countries with conservative governments. Of time.