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3 de Julio de 2007

“No queremos que Estados Unidos represente la tortura”: Estudiantes avanzados de secundaria del programa Presidential Scholars mandan un mensaje a Bush sobre los derechos humanos

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La semana pasada el presidente Bush recibió un reproche personal de un origen inesperado. En una reunión con estudiantes de secundaria que forman parte del programa Presidential Scholars, se le entregó una carta firmada por 50 estudiantes que critica las políticas de detención de la Casa Blanca y el apoyo a la práctica de la tortura en la llamada “guerra contra el terrorismo”. Hablamos con dos de las estudiantes.