The fate of Manuel Seleia in the hands of Cuba

Today it became known that the countries of the Bolivarian Alliance decided to nominate to the post of Secretary General of the Organization of American states Manuel Seleya, the overthrown President of Honduras. Recall that the elections of the new head of the organization of American states, which include 35 countries of the Western Hemisphere (except for the island of Freedom), will be held on March 24, 2010. Currently, such countries of the Bolivarian Alliance as Nicaragua, Venezuela, Bolivia and Ecuador are active consultations with representatives of a number of Latin American states in order to get support of at least 17 countries. It is this number of votes that is necessary to make a candidate in the list of applicants.

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Recall that the Bolivarian Alliance (Alba) was created in 2004 with the direct participation of the Cuban leader Fidel Castro and the head of Venezuela Hugo Chavez. The main goal of the created organization was to promote trade and economic cooperation in the countries of South America and the active confrontation between the economic influence of the United States of America. In addition to Cuba and Venezuela, this international organization included Nicaragua, Honduras, Ecuador, Bolivia, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, St. Vinadin and Grenadies. Despite the fact that Cuba ceased to be a member of the organization of American states back in 1962 (the reason was the pressure on the part of the United States), it has a huge impact in the countries of the Caribbean and without much difficulty can enlist the support of about 14 Caribbean states. The second contender for such an important post is the Chilean Miguel of the Sensus, the secretary of the organization of American states operating. To date, countries such as Brazil, Guatemala, Chile, the Dominican Republic and Costa Rica are ready to support it. However, the United States of America against its re -election.