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13 de Diciembre de 2010

Organizaciones civiles se manifiestan contra la cumbre climática de la ONU por excluir a la sociedad civil


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Mientras las conversaciones de Cancún sobre el clima se acercaban a su fin el viernes, organizaciones civiles criticaron lo que calificaron como el proceso viciado de las Naciones Unidas. Mientras las conversaciones se clausuraban en las salas de conferencia del lujoso complejo Moon Palace de Cancún, organizaciones civiles se manifestaban contra el proceso — y fueron aún más excluidas. John Hamiton informa desde Cancún.