miércoles, 28 de octubre de 2015

Encuentros Digitales con la Militancia ...

Hola Compañer@,
En estos meses, desde la Secretaría de Formación de la Ejecutiva Federal, en colaboración con el resto de Secretarías de Área, se ha intentado acercar a la militancia las diferentes acciones y posiciones de nuestro Partido a través de la realización de Encuentros Digitales.
A lo largo de los próximos meses, tendremos la oportunidad de charlar sobre nuestro Programa Electoral con un amplio Panel de Expertos que han participado en su elaboración.
Para ello la Secretaría de Formación Federal va a poner en marcha diferentes Encuentros Digitales con la Militancia donde pondremos en común las líneas maestras del nuevo proyecto socialista y, a su vez, recogeremos vuestras propuestas, demandas e inquietudes.
Para poder llegar al máximo posible de nuestra militancia, hemos apostado por la innovación y el aprovechamiento de nuevas metodologías de aprendizaje. Los y las militantes podrán participar mediante las tecnologías de la información desde cualquier lugar de España:
  • Envianddo preguntas a los ponentes por correo electrónico a formacion@psoe.es
  • Siguiendo el encuentro desde nuestra página web: formacion.psoe.es
  • Participando en directo interactuando mediante el Hastag #edigitalesPSOE con @psoeformacion
Una vez finalizados los vídeos íntegros de los encuentros estarán a disposición de la militancia en la web del partido www.psoe.es, en la televisión www.psoetv.es y en el canal que el PSOE tiene en YouTube, www.youtube.com/psoe
Áreas de contenidos y ponentes principales:
  • Sanidad: Rafael Bengoa.
  • Bienestar Social: Magdalena Valerio.
  • Economía y Empleo: Jordi Sevilla
  • Educación, Ciencia y Cultura: Ángel Gabilondo
  • Transparencia y Ética Empresarial: Silvina Bacigalupo
Aprovechamos la ocasión para enviaros también, un resumen de la actividad que estamos llevando a cabo desde la Secretaría para que podáis hacerlo extensivo a vuestra Federación.
Recibe un cordial saludo.

Uno de estos dos candidatos será el próximo Presidente del Gobierno

Uno de estos dos candidatos será el próximo
Presidente del Gobierno.

Entre ambos hay muchas diferencias.
Un abismo.

Vamos a explicárselo a todo@s:

Solo hay dos opciones #PEDROoRAJOY

Hoy hablamos de honestidad:

jueves, 22 de octubre de 2015

Asamblea Abierta; lunes día 26 a las 19:30 horas, en la Casa del Poble de Xàbia.

Estimados, estimadas:

El próximo lunes día 26 a las 19:30 horas os convocamos, en la Casa del Poble a una Asamblea Abierta, participativa a todos y todas militantes, simpatizantes,  que quieran participar y realizar las aportaciones que consideren oportunas al borrador del Programa Electoral del Psoe , en las próximas Elecciones Generales 2015 que tendrán lugar el 20 de Diciembre.

Gobernando con hechos .

No vamos a pelearnos con la realidad, vamos a cambiarla.
Hoy hemos presentado nuestras propuestas para una
recuperación justa, que combata la desigualdad, que
llegue a todos y todas.
Un programa modernizador que impulse los cambios
que nuestro país necesita. Elevando la productividad,
respetando el medio ambiente, generando cohesión social
y eliminando privilegios.
Es momento para emprender, para innovar, para no hacer
las cosas como siempre, sino mejor, de forma más justa.
Quien gana es quien confía en sus propias fuerzas y en las
fuerzas de su país. Y nosotr@s lo hacemos.
Conoce nuestras propuestas:

2015/10/21 LEAP/E2020 Press Review on the Global Systemic Crisis

Investments, trends, recommendations: Gold, everything will change
Everything has gone wrong in the financial markets, with a feeling of latent panic these last few months . Another sign of the system malfunctioning is the astronomical amount of share buybacks by the companies themselves (at the least a thousand billion dollars spent on share buybacks in 2015): encouraged by interest rates at their lowest, businesses prefer to take on debt to pay their shareholders rather than make a profi. In such times, gold is supposed to see its price increase. And yet… (Excerpt GEAB No 98 / Log in or Subscribe now)

China’s Selling Tons of U.S. Debt. Americans Couldn’t Care Less
For all the dire warnings over China’s retreat from U.S. government debt, there’s one simple fact that is being overlooked: American demand is as robust as ever. Not only are domestic mutual funds buying record amounts of Treasuries at auctions this year, U.S. investors are also increasing their share of the $12.9 trillion market for the first time since 2012, data compiled by Bloomberg show...
Why the eurozone losing Poland is a bigger deal than losing Greece
Grexit. Spexit. Quitaly. Over five years of stumbling from one crisis to the next, the eurozone has developed its own bizarre lexicon of terms to describe various countries that might quit the euro EURUSD, +0.0617% . And yet there may be a far more important loss to the eurozone than Greece, and perhaps even Italy or Spain. And it may be a lot closer as well. Poland...

Will Fintech Upstarts Do To Banks What Uber Has Done To Taxis -- Or Will Banks Win?
For better or worse, the meteoric rise of ride-hailing giant Uber has become shorthand for startup success in America. Beyond the meme’ed and mocked “it’s Uber for X” description of many a new business these days, Uber’s $50 billion valuation — and the manner in which it has crippled industry mainstays and trampled over municipal regulations on its way to that massive number — is something that many entrepreneurs strive for...

ECB unlikely to change tack at policy meeting
With new data showing increased lending by eurozone banks, the European Central Bank might decide not to increase its monetary stimulus program for the time being. But generally, the outlook remains rather bleak...
Deutsche Welle

Over 500,000 migrants reach Greece this year, arrival rate rising - U.N.
Over half a million refugees and migrants have arrived by sea in Greece this year and the rate of arrivals is rising with over 8,000 coming on Monday alone, in a rush to beat the onset of freezing winter, the United Nations said on Tuesday...

Credit Suisse Wealth Report: There Are More Poor People In America Than China
This is a wonderfully counter intuitive finding from the new Credit Suisse Wealth Report. There’re more poor people in America than there are in China. No, really, this is true, when measuring by wealth. We’ve not got the detailed number of the United States alone as they’re offering the information by region...

UK steel sector imploding, Tata Steel blames cheap Chinese imports
The crisis in Britain’s steel sector escalated further on Tuesday as Tata Steel blamed its decision to cut 1,200 British jobs from its UK operations squarely on a flood of cheap imports, particularly from China...

How the Refugee Backlash Might Topple Merkel
Europe is moving to the right. Germany has been the country whose population has put up the longest and most enduring resistance against right extremist ideas...
Huffington Post

Production at U.S. Manufacturers Falls for a Second Month
Factory output fell in September for a second month as high inventories and lukewarm demand from overseas customers kept American producers bogged down...

EU: Starbucks and Fiat must repay €20-30mn on illegal tax deals
Starbucks and Fiat have to pay millions of euros in back taxes to the Netherlands and Luxembourg, because their tax deals amounted to illegal state aid, the EU Commission said on Wednesday (21 October)...

UN urges global move to meat and dairy-free diet
A global shift towards a vegan diet is vital to save the world from hunger, fuel poverty and the worst impacts of climate change, a UN report said today. As the global population surges towards a predicted 9.1 billion people by 2050, western tastes for diets rich in meat and dairy products are unsustainable, says the report from United Nations Environment Programme’s (UNEP) international panel of sustainable resource management...
The Guardian

New laws to allow spies to hack into smartphones and computers ‘to be introduced in the coming weeks’
Britain’s spies are about to be given huge new powers that will allow them to look in on people’s phones and computers, according to reports...
The Independent

Russia’s Awesome Responsibility
The Russian decision to proceed with military support to the Damascus government has shifted the global geopolitical map significantly. For the moment Washington is choosing to react with words, no doubt planning carefully its next move...
Journal Neo

Middle East Most Immediate, Severe Test for America’s Role in 21st Century
Former US National Security Advisor and Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, has outlined his “path out of the Middle East collapse”, suggesting the US administration to define its new priorities and a new strategy in the region, as the old geopolitical structure, which lasted four decades, is currently “in shambles”, due to Russia’s involvement.
Sputnik News

lunes, 19 de octubre de 2015

2015/10/16 - LEAP/E2020 Press Review on the Global Systemic Crisis

Turkish Elections – The impossibility of chaos in Turkey
We have repeatedly analyzed that only the regional powers would be able to restore calm in the Middle East and resolve the Daesh issue, the common enemy on which (almost) everyone has agreed. However, we have stated that the US or Russian interventions would only have the effect of exacerbating tensions. Repeatedly missed opportunities : suffice it to say that the recent developments, setting the stage for a US/Russian confrontation in the Middle East, are not a move in the right direction. And we have also identified the Iranian Shi’ites and Turkish Sunnis, the only two democracies in the region (imperfect certainly – like all of us moreover – but assessed in the terms of the rest of the region), as the only possible legitimate alliance and guarantors of the region’s multi-confessionalism... (Login or subscribe to the GEAB)
The inexorable logic of sharing economy
Amazon and eBay, following their establishment in 1994 and 1995, harnessed the connectivity of the Internet to create new, more efficient markets. In the beginning, that meant new ways of buying and selling books and collectibles; but now e-commerce is everywhere, offering customers new goods and used goods-and becoming a global force in logistics and retail. Likewise, while today’s sharing-economy companies may be just out of their infancy, their services will one day be ubiquitous.
Oil bosses call for a strong deal at Paris climate talks
Oil and gas industry leaders on Friday launched a final charm offensive to highlight the sector’s relevance in the global fight against climate change before a key summit in Paris later this year...
German Telcos Ordered to Store Phone Info Under New Data Retention Law
German telecommunications companies will now be obliged to keep the telephone and internet data of all Germans for up to 10 weeks as part of new measures passed by the country's parliament to help combat terrorism and organized crime...
EU offers Turkey cash, closer ties for migration help
The European Union offered Turkey a possible 3 billion euros ($3.4 billion) in aid and the prospect of easier travel visas and “re-energised” talks on joining the bloc in return for its help stemming the flow of migrants to Europe...
Eastern EU states agree joint border patrols
The Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland have agreed to send dozens of police and military officers to Hungary’s frontier with Serbia to reinforce border controls in a joint effort they say could serve as model for the rest of the EU...
Hungary to decide whether to close Croatian border
According to media reports, the Hungarian government is to decide whether to close its border to Croatia to curb the influx of refugees. In nearby Bulgaria, a migrant was shot dead, trying cross the border from Turkey.
Citing ‘very fragile’ security in Afghanistan, Obama slows pace of U.S. troop withdrawal
Reversing policy on Afghanistan, President Barack Obama announced on Thursday he will prolong the 14-year-old U.S. military engagement there, effectively handing off the task of pulling out troops to his successor...
EU leaders reach minimal agreement on Syria
EU leaders meeting in Brussels on Thursday (15 October) agreed that Syrian president Bashar al-Assad bears "the greatest responsibility" for the conflict deaths and the displacement of refugees. The leaders also agreed to "express concern" at Russia's military involvement in Syria. They also reaffirmed their support for the UN-led process for a political solution, including "all parties involved", such as Iran or Russia.
Turkey warns US, Russia over arms supply to Syrian Kurds
Turkey’s prime minister has lashed out at both the United States and Russia for supplying weapons and support to the Democratic Union Party (PYD) of Syria in its bid to fight extremist jihadists, raising concerns that the arms could be used against Turkey by the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), an affiliate of the PYD...
Narendra Modi government presses acceleration switch as reforms start having impact on ground
NEW DELHI: India's economy may be about to turn the corner on the back of robust public spending that's beginning to have an impact on the ground coupled with strong urban consumer demand, economists and government officials said...
China launches CIPS international payment system
The China International Payment System (CIPS) officially began its operations on Thursday, a statement posted on the country’s State Council website has said. Fan Yifei, deputy governor of the central bank, the People’s Bank of China, told a ceremony in Shanghai that the establishment of CIPS “will allow increasing efficiency of cross-border settlement in yuans and encourage the yuan’s use globally.”
India, China React to Nepal’s Constitutional Crisis
As The Diplomat has reported recently, Nepal’s constitutional crisis shows no signs of abating any time soon. After the promulgation of a constitution that was seen as unrepresentative by around half of the Nepalese population, primarily the Madhesis and Tharus of the Terai (southern plains), the country appeared to be on the brink of a schism...
World Bank plans financial aid for Syria's neighbours
The World Bank is trying to put together a package of financial assistance for countries hosting refugees from Syria. Bank officials say there is a substantial financial burden being borne by Lebanon and Jordan...
Norway Is a Model for Encouraging Electric Car Sales
Berit Nordgarden and her husband, Eivind Tellefsen, loved their nonpolluting Nissan Leaf electric car. But they found its 85-mile battery life too short for weekend trips to their cottage with their two young children...
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miércoles, 7 de octubre de 2015

2015/10/07 - LEAP/E2020 Press Review on the Global Systemic Crisis. Libertad, Igualdad, Pluralidad.

China exits the Western-centred « international » system “If someone has offended you, don’t seek revenge. Sit on the river bank and you’ll soon see his body pass by.” 
 Westerners would be well advised to read Lao Tseu when developing their policy towards China. Thus, they would have avoided two major errors, which could be fatal for them, whilst China seems to have been sitting on the river bank for a short while…These two errors consist of two snubs which they have just inflicted on China in a single summer, causing it to lose face globally: first, with the IMF refusal to include the Yuan in its basket of currencies which make up the SDR , plus boning at the next step by a year – probably never; secondly, the Western refusal to answer invitations to participate in the Chinese Second World War commemorations. Does that remind you of anything ? The same attitude towards Moscow the 9 May this year…In reality, the West seems well and truly to want to apply the same strategy to China as that which, up to present, has had some effect on Russia: isolate the country... (GEAB Login or Subscribe)
Bank of China launches RMB clearing center in Budapest
The ceremony was attended by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, Bank of ChinaChairman Tian Guoli, Chinese Ambassador to Hungary Duan Jielong, Hungarian nationaleconomy minister Mihaly Varga and other dignitaries. Addressing the gathering, Tian pointed to the potential benefits of economic cooperationbetween China and Hungary. By setting up the clearing center Bank of China hopes to boosttrade with Hungary, he said.
China Daily
IMF urges BOJ to stand ready to ease if inflation cools further
The Bank of Japan should be ready to ease monetary policy further if needed to accelerate inflation towards its 2 percent target, preferably by buying government bonds with longer maturity, the International Monetary Fund said on Tuesday.
German president calls on US to win back lost trust
It’s been nearly 20 years since a German president was received in the White House. Joachim Gauck, a dissident who organized opposition to the East German state, is calling on the US to practice the values it preaches...
Deutsche Welle
Monsanto Earnings to Come in Bear Market Territory
The agricultural products giant Monsanto (MON – Get Report) has suffered from the general malaise of a weak materials sector. The stock never recovered from the crash of 2008, even at its multiyear intraday high set in June 2014.
The Street
EU Agriculture Still Suffering From Russia's Food Ban
The European agricultural sector continues to struggle with economic losses due to Russia’s embargo on EU food imports introduced in 2014, President of the World Farmers Organization (WFO) told Sputnik on Saturday. Nguleka urged the European Union and Russia to agree on lifting mutual sanctions labeled "the bilateral diplomatic incident" at a high political level through negotiations...
Sputnik News
China foreign exchange reserves fall $43.3 billion in September as central bank steps up yuan support
China’s foreign exchange reserves shrank by $43.3 billion in September as the central bank stepped up intervention to stabilise the yuan and calm sentiment after a surprise devaluation of its currency had jolted global markets...
Economic Times
Promise of Turning Pollution Into Cash Spurs Industry in Germany
From cement and steel producers to the makers of plastics, European companies facing increasingly stringent limits onindustrial emissions are trying to come up with creative ways to transform the pollution they produce...
How Sanjiv Bajaj has created financial services supermarket
If in 2006, the startup mania was as crazy as it is in 2015, Sanjiv Bajaj may have been the first port of call for many private equityand venture funds. That was a time when afinancial services conglomerate was being incubated in what was a one-trick pony —Bajaj AutoBSE 2.71 % Finance, which lent money to buy motorcycles manufactured by Bajaj...
Economic Times
Data flows to US will continue despite EU court ruling
The European Commission on Tuesday (6 October) said the transfer of data between the EU and US will continue in light of a European court judgment. Frans Timmermans, the EU commission vice president, said transatlantic data flows between companies will not stop...
China’s Meituan Agrees to $15 Billion Dianping Merger
Two Chinese startups separately backed by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. and Tencent Holdings Ltd. have agreed to a merger that will create a $15 billion provider of local services like restaurant reviews and movie bookings, people with knowledge of the matter said...
Merkel, Hollande to respond to refugee influx
The German and French leaders are set to address the European Parliament to pitch for European unity in face of the humanitarian challenge brought by migrants. Germany’s cabinet will convene to discuss Berlin’s role.
Deutsche Welle
Britain urged to stop providing weapons to Saudi Arabia
Britain is being urged to halt the supply of weapons to its ally Saudi Arabia in the light of evidence that civilians are being killed in Saudi-led attacks on rebel forces in Yemen.
The Guardian
U.S.-Russia agreement on Syria might help on Ukraine-Finnish leader
If Russia and the United States were able to agree on ways of solving the Syrian crisis, this might help towards the two powers finding common ground on Ukraine, Finnish President Sauli Niinisto said on Monday...
David Cameron vows to scrap requirement to build affordable homes for rent
David Cameron will promise to sweep away planning rules that require property developers to build affordable homes for rent in a bid to increase the building of homes for first-time buyers...
The Guardian

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2015/09/30 - LEAP/E2020 Press Review on the Global Systemic Crisis

Corporate investments : the stock exchange or your life ?
As long as financial markets are not regulated, as long as they operate on an ultra-short-term rationale and huge and quick profits, as long as they haven’t regained contact with reality (that’s to say as long as they are supported by the central banks), we recommend that businesses stay away from the stock markets. There are now other ways to finance one’s business without losing one’s freedom, even one’s life. The financial markets now look like a forest full of bandits ready to fall on you and rob you… To artificially cause the stock price of a business to fall in order to buy it cheaply has become a national sport. Recently, Boiron’s stock market “difficulties”, a very strong company however, whose stock price fell heavily whilst its profits were rising, is a clear call, and must give family business leaders the cold sweats: the good deal of buying cheaply in fact whetted the appetite of investors... (Read more in the GEAB 97)
LEAP (September, 2015)
Global stocks hit two-year lows on commodity outlook; biotechs fall
Global equity markets reached a two-year low on Tuesday as the outlook for raw materials prices and emerging markets remained soft, while U.S. biotech shares remained under pressure...
China to join Juncker’s investment scheme
The EU and China agreed on Monday (28 September) to step up their cooperation on investment, with China promising to participate in the EU €315 billion investment plan...
German prosecutors investigate Audi over emissions - paper
German prosecutors have launched a preliminary investigation into Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) subsidiary Audi related to the scandal over rigged emissions, a newspaper reported on Wednesday...
Glencore Copper Mines Seen Top of China’s Asset Shopping List
As a beleaguered Glencore Plc fights to staunch losses in equity and debt markets, Chinese companies may be sizing up the assets of the world’s largest publicly listed commodity trader with a particular eye on its copper mines...
French minister: ‘TTIP talks are not transparent’
Negotiations for an EU-US free trade agreement “are not transparent” and could end if no progress is made, French trade minister Mathias Fekl said...
China to set up $1b peace fund
Xi says nation will provide millions in aid for the African Union in next 5 years. China will establish a $1 billion "China-UN Peace and Development Fund" to support the United Nations' multilateral cooperation and boost world peace, President Xi Jinping said on Monday...
China Daily
Obama ends up dealing with Russia and living with Assad, for now
Russia’s military buildup in Syria appears to have forced U.S. President Barack Obama to two unpalatable conclusions: He cannot ignore Moscow, and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad may survive for some time...
Prominent US school drops requirement for SAT, ACT tests
George Washington University in the United States recently dropped its requirement for some standardized tests in recruitment, sparking discussion among educators about the admission criteria of universities around the world...
China Daily
World won't achieve its development goals without India coming through: Bill Gates
Last week, the United Nations adopted 17 ambitious goals, known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), which aim to wipe out poverty, fight inequality and tackle climate change over the next 15 years. Tech magnate and philanthropist Bill Gates' has been on the forefront of the global fight against extreme poverty, thanks to the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation which has an endowment of $ 41.3 billion...
Economic Times
Why Modi's 'Digital India' plan is floundering
India is far behind schedule in its plans to give its 1.2 billion citizens access to high-speed broadband Internet. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will have to do a lot more to prove his critics wrong, says Shivam Vij...
Deutsche Welle
Saudi Arabia says there is ‘no future’ for Assad in Syria
Saudi Arabia has called on Bashar al-Assad to give up power or be removed by force, raising the global stakes at a time when the Russians are shipping troops and military hardware to Syria in an effort to prop up its beleaguered leader...
The Guardian
US judge dismisses 9/11 case against Saudi Arabia
A US judge has dismissed claims against Saudi Arabia by families of victims of the September 11, 2001, attacks, who accused the country of providing material support to al-Qaeda...
Al Jazeera
Putin Offers the US a Route to Sanity in the Middle East
As the UN General Assembly meets, and the world awaits anxiously Russia’s proposals for a solution to the Syrian conflict, it is important to keep in mind how we got into this position in the first place...
Sputnik News

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