Peru (Insight Guides)

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The climate that yields the best wine grapes is described as “Mediterranean,” with defined seasons. In the first half of 2012, twenty private TV or radio stations were closed down. [27] In July 2012 the officials warned the judges that they would be sanctioned and possibly dismissed if they allowed the citizens to appeal to the protection of their constitutional rights against the state. [27] People engaging in public protests against environmental and other issues are prosecuted for "terrorism and sabotage", which may lead to an eight-year prison sentence. [27] Human Rights Watch has been criticized for bias on its reports on Ecuador. [30] [ not in citation given ] Ecuador's principal foreign policy objectives have traditionally included defense of its territory from external aggression and support for the objectives of the United Nations and the OAS.

Pages: 368

Publisher: Insight Guides; 7th edition (October 1, 2012)

ISBN: 1780050976

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