Julio Yao Villalaz
Analyste international et diplomate de carrière. Il fut professeur de relations internationales et de droit international, conseiller auprès du général Omar Torrijos, vice-président du Mouvement d’unité latino-américain et représentant de la République du Panama devant la Cour internationale de La Haye.
“The Venezuelan President will not set foot on our soil or enter the air space of Peru”. This is what the President of Peru, correction, former President of Peru, Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, declared just a little while ago. Trapped in a scheme of international corruption which binds him to the now famous “Odebrecht Case”, Kuczynski will not attend the Summit of the Americas scheduled to take place in Peru mid-April. For Julio Yao, the Panaman and Diplomatic Analyst, the resignation of the Peruvian President, which occurred only a few hours ago, is endangering the manoeuvre plotted around the so-called Lima Group against the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, whose President, Nicolas Maduro, playfully asked this Thursday, in a televised appearance: “Who then is going to receive me in (...)
In the hope of obtaining some help in extremis, a hireling in a bind writes to his boss recalling how for years he had served him faithfully. The “hireling” is Ricardo Martinelli, President of Panama from 2009 - 2012. From June 2017 he has been detained in the United States at the request of the current government of Panama which is charging him of, inter alia, spying and tapping the telephones of more than 150 people when he was President. Martinelli’s letter has just created a sensation in the Panama media because it is addressed … to the US government. From Panama, the analyst Julio Yao, addresses the issue.
Yet again, Julio Yao, the international analyst from Panama addresses the events surrounding the announced summit between the President of North Korea, Kim Jong-un and the US President Donald Trump, a meeting that now appears to be in danger owing to unacceptable declarations issued by John Bolton, the National Security Advisor to President Trump.
Following an extended interchange of threats and insults between the Presidents of the United States and North Korea, the recent summit between the two Koreas appears to have opened the door to ending the state of war in the Korean Peninsula and even its denuclearization. The international analyst Julio Yao analyses the perspectives of the meeting that has been scheduled between Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump.
There is nothing new about what is happening today in Brazil where President Dilma Roussef was impeached by the Senate and “Lula” da Silva, the former president who is aspiring once again to be elected president, is very soon to be put in jail. There is no novelty because other Latin American leaders have been removed from power in this way, violating popular sovereignty. This method is being applied, perhaps with greater finesse, throughout the rest of the world. Thus it was used in Iran – when the former president Mahmud Ahmadinejad tried to stand in the Presidential elections – and in France, where the candidacy of a former Prime Minister was blown to bits by a series of accusations and judicial proceedings taken against him only days of the Presidential Elections. In each of these instances, the Judicial System was manipulated to work against People’s (...)
The use of snipers against the Palestinian demonstrators at the boundary line of the Gaza Strip: Tel Aviv presents this as a necessary and moderate security measure, that the mainstream press repeats. From Panama City, Julio Yao, an expert in international law reminds us that this is far from the first time that the Western mainstream media chooses to take sides and to hide the facts rather than expose them. The people from Panama have experienced this for themselves.
After violently criticizing the Venezuelan government and its president Nicolás Maduro, after making a further request for the presidential election to be brought forward, the Lima Group, which consists of 12 states, all of which are members of the Organization of American States (OAS), has now made a statement against the early presidential election that Caracas has just called for. This inconsistency on the part of the Lima Group is part of the US’s international campaign against the Bolivarian Republic. A psy-ops seeking to make us think that the country of Hugo Chávez is sinking; that a humanitarian crisis has erupted there on a scale that opens the door to the legitimacy of “humanitarian intervention”. A diplomat from Panama, Julio Yao presents a series of arguments to negate (...)
Julio Yao Villalaz, the political analyst from Panama, is outraged at the international mainstream press for presenting the documents of the law firm Mossack-Fonseca as being coterminous with its country, the Republic of Panama. Certainly, given the role played by the US espionage agency in establishing the law firm, it would be closer to the truth to speak of the «CIA Papers». Furthermore, before publishing these famous documents, different US Federal Agencies used the law firm Mossack-Fonseca in various operations.
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