Vice- President of EL, Maite Mola, will speak at the Progressive Latin American Meeting (ELAP) invited by President Correa
Maite Mola, invited by the Government of Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa, will represent the Party of the European Left (EL) in the Encuentro Latinoamericano Progresista 2014 (Progressive Latin American Meeting) that will begin on Monday, September 29, in Ecuador.
The aim of this international meeting is to consolidate a permanent working group of parties, movements, organizations and fronts of progressive left to build a joint strategy against with the conservative restoration and its implications in the region. High-level representatives of 35 political organizations on the left from over 20 countries, in addition to more than one hundred relevant guests, will participate in this event
Maite Mola, on behalf of the 33 Parties that make up the EL, will talk in the working table Geopolitics: the Global South facing social destabilization. Reputed leaders of the left of Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, and Mexico will take part in it. The working table will be held on Monday 29 at 1 p.m. (Ecuador time).
The Vice President of the EL is an expert of the reality of Latin America, and during the last years he has travelled regularly to many of their countries representing the Party of the European Left. One of these recent encounters with the forces of the Latin American left was the recent 20th Forum of Sao Paolo, organization with which the EL maintains excellent relations.