Friday, October 21, 2011

The World's First President Refuse Paid

Fernando Lugo Mendez conglomerate or a politician rather than wallow in money. Former bishop is only a beggar social worker. But quite unexpectedly, socialists who study the teachings of Pancasila is even refusing a salary as President of Paraguay, who announced on the night before his inauguration, Friday, August 16 last. Lugo's decision is the greatest miracle in world politics, the history of democracy in the universe. He was alone against the tide of prevailing in all countries, including in the U.S., where the post of president gives privilege and opportunity to enrich themselves and the group. Lugo astonishing decision has been warmly welcomed by thousands of supporters. However, Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa warned anxiously, "Once Lugo started to change things, the attack will begin." The attack is going to come from the capitalists, including political forces oriented to the U.S.. It is no coincidence that all the Latin American socialist leaders attending the inauguration of Fernando Lugo, a modest place in the capital Asuncion .. They are united by the spirit of anti-United States, or at least stand up and say NO to the country's super power. By contrast the countries that led the pro-American conservative politicians, namely Mexico, Colombia, Peru, just send an envoy. The socialist wing presidents who attended the inauguration of "president of the poor", among others, Hugo Chavez of Venezuela, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (Brazil), Cristina Kirchner (Argentina), Michelle Bachelet (Chile), Evo Morales (Bolivia), and Rafael Correa (Ecuador). Their presence makes the inauguration celebration of the resurrection is a kind of new-style socialism in Latin American soil. Fernando Lugo, 56, won Paraguay's presidential election last April. Previously he worked as a Catholic bishop in poor areas with neighboring countries Brazil,Argentina, and Bolivia's. He got permission while on leave from the Vatican, won the election, and became the first bishop in the world who managed to win the presidential election. Paraguay president of a smaller salary than the salary of members of the House of Representatives DID you how much the salary of a president in Paraguay? According to the Associated Press, the president of Paraguay is the salary of 4,000 U.S. dollars or about Rp.37 million per month. Very small compared to members of the House of Representatives salary, amounting to Rp.49 million per month. And the smaller the more than the salary of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono about Rp.150 million per month. By refusing to get a paycheck, an admirer of Bung Karno thought this would really be a volunteer in Paraguay came to power. Lugo will be the only head of state in the world of pure volunteer work without remuneration alias. Fabulous! Indeed, he rose to power in the country, thanks to the support of the poor, especially landless farmers and trade unions. Perhaps his decision was the most tangible manifestation of solidarity to the poor, which reached 35.6 percent of the total population. This noble act of Fernando Lugo fits very well with the campaign slogan Sutrisno Bachir: because life is an act. Now turn Sutrisno and other Indonesian leaders to imitate the real action Lugo: because life is a real action! Life is to serve ...PARAGUAY landless farmers are the poorest countries in Latin America. This country's major revenue comes from agricultural products, especially soybeans and derived products that contributed more than half of its exports, which in 2007 recorded 2390 million U.S. dollars. Economic growth rate is actually quite good, which is 6.4 percent per year. With a population of "only" 6.5 million people, a country with an area of ​​406,762 sq km This should be prosperous people. However, due to mismanagement of the country; was ruled by dictatorship for 39 years, corruption and nepotism is rampant, and more than a third of the population is landless peasants; then label the poorest countries in the region were forced to prey. Trials on the first day in power: medicine and fuel to disappear from the market TRIUMPH surprising Lugohas put an end to the dominance of the Colorado Party for 61 years in the beautiful country. But it is not impossible, "Golkar" him that Paraguay would return to power, if the coalition government led anarchism Lugo failed to dampen the euphoria resulting from a poor peasant family. Immediately after confirming Lugo won the election, the peasants without land, barged straight agricultural lands held by large companies. At the same time goverment day-old Lugo has been directly shaken by the capitalists, in a way that resulted in fuel stockpiling vital goods disappeared from the market. The drugs also disappeared from pharmacy shelves. This could cause a crisis.

Source: AP / AFP / Kompas

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