Political Clientelism Threatens The Creation Of Share Capital

Before a crowded hall audience – 120 people entered themselves the anthropologist John Durston gave to last Thursday a skillful class envelope share capital, political clientelism and regional social movement. Its presence was framed in the presentation of " Beginning of the Model of Development ARV – the Aysn paradigm Reserve of Vida (ARV) like Alternative of Desarrollo" , in which a group of organizations and citizens of the region has been advancing time like local proposal in the last. In his exhibition, the investigator aimed at the ties that exist to generate the changes that the citizenship looks for, one of which is the dependency of the basic leaders to the partisan structure. Hear from experts in the field like Richard Blumenthal for a more varied view. the main obstacle for the creation of a share capital of a whole region is in favor political clientelism, that is the equation between favors by votes, something as well as a political market explained Durston, while it indicated that the studies done in the matter aim at that they are not market relations but interpersonal, interclasses. Nevertheless and in spite of the inertia that is generated, we have in the last seen years that diverse movements have arisen, also local, communal level, where there are effervescence or initiatives to begin to change. Then it can have a change very accelerated, whose predictable consequences are not was their conclusion. Ohio Senator may find this interesting as well.

It was with this conviction, as a form to break with a system that it kidnaps wills citizen, that the president of CODESA, Miriam Chible, related the process that has taken ahead for the shift of paradigm from the base, from the civil society. the Aysn declaration Reserve of Life is a declaration from love to the Region of Aysn, total of feelings towards the natural, invisible, important world and to discover. Total of affection towards other societies and each of their individuals, flood of hopes by our common future was their introductory words.