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" (o enviandonos e-mail ) a la direccion del buzon de correo que aparece a su izquierda. (1) | guatemala/www03/guacente_mu.html |

" button at your left (or by e-mailing us) to the address on the Email button. (1) | guatemala/www03/guacente_mu.html |

"... Y por sus llagas fuimos nosotros curados." (Isaias 53 (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

"...'NFDD promoviendo la democracia y la educacion en Nicaragua'......" (1) | nicaragua/pol01/www_nfdd_org_mu.html |

"..............NFDD da soporte a proyectos orientados al desarrollo de nuestra querida Nicaragua .........." (1) | nicaragua/pol01/www_nfdd_org_mu.html |

"...Do not look at monuments and palaces. Do not tarry in gilded cathedrals and fancy concert halls. The essence, the soul, the tragedy and the hope that is Honduras are all found at the core of its indigenous communities." (1) | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html |

"...NFDD felicita a LAFISE y en especial al Lic. Don Enrique Zamora por su cooperacion exclusiva y cultural para la publicacion de la obra (1) | nicaragua/pol01/www_nfdd_org_mu.html |

"7-Digit Phone Number Converter" (1) | guatemala/bec08/default_mu.html |

"Actualizado 19 de Noviembre de 1997" (1) | salvador/pol01/fmln_mu.html |

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"El hombre que de su patria no exige mas que un palmo de tierra para su sepultura, merece ser oido, y no solo ser oido, sino tambien ser creido", (1) | nicaragua/res05/www_facs_org_ni_mu.html |

"Equilibrio pluralista en parlamento" (1) | honduras/nan03/www_laprensahn_com_mu.html |

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"Miembro de ANPAR, de HAYF-NET y la Red de Macro Bibliotecas Latinoamericanas...." (1) | nicaragua/pol01/www_nfdd_org_mu.html |

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"Oh Patria tan pequena tendida sobre un istmo, donde es mas claro el cielo y mas brillante el sol, en mi resuena toda su musica lo mismo que el mar en la pequena celda del caracol." (1) | panama/www03/panama_mu.html |

"Oliverio Castaneda de Leon" (1) | guatemala/org05/huelga_mu.html |

"Otro pelo en la sopa". Exclamaron los cafetaleros jinoteganos al expresar su preocupacion por las perdidas cuantiosas que enfrentaran a causa de la maduracion tardia del "grano de oro". Al menos el 30 por ciento de la cosecha cafetalera de este departamento, considerado como el mayor productor de cafe del pais se vera afectada. La magnitud del problema se percibe cuando los productores indican que existen zonas que a estas alturas todavia no han iniciado la "recolecta". (1) | nicaragua/nan06/www_latribuna_com_ni_mu.html |

"Poverty is Nicaragua's principal environmental problem," Mairena said. "Neither the Suez Canal nor the Panama Canal solved the problems of poverty in those countries. Poverty plus the resulting destruction of the environment and natural resources to survive equals more poverty. So it turns into a vicious circle, which we have to break." The planned railroad will pass through a volcanic zone and near a rain forest preserve, and the ports will be located not far from coral reefs in the Caribbean and sea turtle nesting beaches on the Pacific. According to Parsons Brinckerhoff vice president Paul Gilbert, the feasibility study will address economic, social and environmental impacts, along with engineering and market issues. And the consortium, he said, will work to minimize the project's negative side effects. (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

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"Si la patria es pequena, uno grande la suena." (1) | nicaragua/www01/www_nicaragua-online_com_mu.html |

"Sure the dry canal is coming, but then it mustn't molest the Indians," said Angela Benjamin MacRae, a Rama Indian, in English. "Leave the Indians to them place. My parents were born right here, right here." And her neighbor, Cristina Nat, added in Rama (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

"There is more in us than we know. If we can be made to see it, perhaps, for the rest of our lives we will be unwilling to settle for less." (1) | costarica/tra08/crrobs_mu.html |

$ Dolar (1) | costarica/nan02/www_prensalibre_co_cr_mu.html |

$110 per week through December 1997. $120 per week beginning January 1998 ($140 June 1 to August 15). (1) | guatemala/spm04/js_mu.html |

'Mayan relics' shop, Panajachel (18K) (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

( * Link Externo) (1) | panama/art02/panamarock_mu.html |

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(157kb audio file) (1) | panama/www03/panama_mu.html |

(But save your practical and/or obscure questions for (1) | costarica/tra04/cr_mu.html |

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(Fundado en 1970) (1) | costarica/nan03/univ_mu.html |

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(Like the Spanish-language issue of (1) | guatemala/etp03/mader_mu.html |

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(Students from Europe please contact the offices in Denmark or Germany for registration information) The registration fee for the European Office is Danish kroner 300 for one or two weeks and Danish kroner 450 for three or more weeks.To send an application form by means of the web by students in Europe click (1) | guatemala/spm06/hermand_mu.htm |

(White Bone of Serpent) interpretative trail (1) | guatemala/etp02/bioesfera_home_mu.html |

(Xela) (1) | guatemala/spm04/js_mu.html |

(a women's development center) (1) | guatemala/etp02/bioesfera_home_mu.html |

(abstract added (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

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(and other human rights cases in Guatemala) (1) | guatemala/otr03/index_mu.html |

(for this list!!) (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

(link added (7) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

(off site) (1) | nicaragua/www01/www_nicaragua-online_com_mu.html |

(return to top) (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

(sin costo de envio) (1) | costarica/aca02/flacsocr_mu.html |

(these are all in the text, but you might have missed one or two) (1) | costarica/tra04/cr_mu.html |

(tops them all) Los Angeles (Sorry!) Canada, Scandinavia Mmmhh.. ITALY!!! Too bad I'm not Italian. Well... Denver/Boulder, Colorado Dunno... Alaska (Just gorgeous. You have to go there!) More to come maybe... (1) | nicaragua/tra05/jordi_mu.html |

(updated (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

) is also called the "list address". You must never try to send any command to that address, as it would be distributed to all the people who have subscribed. All commands must be sent to the " (1) | guatemala/nan03/join_mu.htm |

) to help people in charge of the surveillance of the Fuego-Acatenango volcanoes (Guatemala) get global information on seismic-volcanic activity. Works on an approach to automatically classify seismic signals, in order to keep only volcanic related events. Neural networking methods will be applied. I have developed a volcanic data processing application named (1) | nicaragua/tra05/jordi_mu.html |

* El CONACYT esta gobernado por una Junta Directiva integrada por representantes del sector publico, el sector privado, el sector academico y el sector profesional. La Junta Directiva nombra para la administracion del Consejo a un Director Ejecutivo , que ha sido elegido entre candidatos propuestos por los diferentes sectores representados en la misma, al cual confiere poderes generales y especiales. * Afortunadamente el pais cuenta ya con una (1) | salvador/gov02/www_conacyt_gob_sv_mu.html |

* SVNet refleja un esfuerzo nacional, de concertacion y caracter democratico, con el objetivo de posibilitar la comunicacion electronica con el mundo, a traves de Internet. Ha recibido y continua recibiendo el apoyo de organizaciones internacionales. * Paulatinamente, mas instituciones, organizaciones y empresas iran integrandose a SVNet, a medida vayan constituyendose en usuarios de Internet en El Salvador. * Ademas de posibilitar tales conexiones, SVNet, como grupo nacional coordinador de la red salvadorena de Internet, tiene entre sus funciones fundamentales las siguientes (1) | salvador/res04/svnet_mu.html |

* Un gobierno corrupto es un regimen injusto y perverso * Urge una cultura de legalidad (1) | nicaragua/nan02/www_ciberdiario_com_ni_mu.html |

*Aspectos Generales de la Institucion. * Guia de Telefonos y Correos Electronicos (1) | crwww/gov04/www_rree_go_cr_mu.html |

*Becas y Congresos. (1) | crwww/gov04/www_rree_go_cr_mu.html |

*Boletin de la Oficina de Prensa (Setiembre-Octubre 1997) *Resumenes Informativos sobre Politica Bilateral. *Informacion Cooperacion Internacional (1) | crwww/gov04/www_rree_go_cr_mu.html |

*Constitucion Politica de la Republica de Costa Rica. *Organizacion del Gobierno. *Perfil de Costa Rica. *Web sites del Gobierno costarricense. (1) | crwww/gov04/www_rree_go_cr_mu.html |

*Declaracion de San Jose, Documento Final de la Conferencia Sur Sur. *Plan of Action South South Conference. *Declaracion de San Jose, Visita de Presidente Clinton. (1) | crwww/gov04/www_rree_go_cr_mu.html |

*Normativa Juridica relacionada con la Funcion del Ministerio. (1) | crwww/gov04/www_rree_go_cr_mu.html |

*Organismos Internacionales con sede u oficina en Costa _ Rica. *Lista de Misiones Diplomaticas acreditadas en Costa _ Rica. * Visas de Ingreso a Costa _ Rica. * Lista de Embajadas y Consulados de Costa _ Rica. *Lista de Traductores Oficiales. *Asociaciones y Centros Culturales (1) | crwww/gov04/www_rree_go_cr_mu.html |

*Paginas Nacionales e Internacionales *Motores de Busqueda para Internet (1) | crwww/gov04/www_rree_go_cr_mu.html |

*Perfil del Senor Ministro. Perfil del Senor Viceministro. (1) | crwww/gov04/www_rree_go_cr_mu.html |

, El rollo del "genero" (Sep 95) (1) | nicaragua/www03/boletina_mu.html |

, Ellas afirman "Prefiero ser soltera" (Mayo-Junio 96) (1) | nicaragua/www03/boletina_mu.html |

, Incluye cartas recibidas por Internet (Mar 96) (1) | nicaragua/www03/boletina_mu.html |

, La edicion completa (Nov 95) (1) | nicaragua/www03/boletina_mu.html |

, Las mujeres y las elecciones ique no nos tomen el pelo! (Julio-Agosto-Sept. 96) (1) | nicaragua/www03/boletina_mu.html |

, Primera edicion grafica!!! (Ene 96) (1) | nicaragua/www03/boletina_mu.html |

, Switzerland of a Greek mother and a Swiss father. (1) | nicaragua/tra05/jordi_mu.html |

, The Non Traditional Products Exporters Association of Guatemala. (1) | guatemala/bec08/default_mu.html |

, a division of (1) | belize/tra03/welcome_mu.htm |

, a free Unix-compatible operating system, and (1) | belize/www06/www_ucb_edu_bz_mu.html |

, a great (1) | nicaragua/tra05/jordi_mu.html |

, acerca de la red (1) | nicaragua/nan05/index_mu.html |

, an adventurous American living in Guatemala, founded Clark Tours and proudly dedicated the company to serving tourists with highly professional, personalized service. An explorer at heart, Mr. Clark delighted in sharing the vast beauty of the exotic land with visitors, guiding them carefully along the primitive dirt roads that wound through the breathtaking highlands of Guatemala. (1) | guatemala/tra02/www_clarktours_com_mu.html |

, and (5) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

, as a response to the need to train teachers in Spanish and Conservation Biology, and to provide an opportunity for the acquisition of new cultural perspectives in a society that characterizes itself for its diverse ethnic and cultural composition. The group of teachers that participated in this effort are all members of (1) | guatemala/etp02/bioesfera_home_mu.html |

, as reported by the (1) | salvador/www01/index_mu.html |

, below. (1) | guatemala/art02/www_artemaya_com_mu.html |

, desde (1) | guatemala/www03/guacente_mu.html |

, desde su (1) | guatemala/www03/guacente_mu.html |

, for being the last limit protecting mankind from wild and stupid barbarism! (and I really think it!) (1) | nicaragua/tra05/jordi_mu.html |

, for sale online (1) | salvador/www01/index_mu.html |

, from (2) | guatemala/www03/guacente_mu.html | guatemala/www03/guacente_mu.html |

, hasta (1) | guatemala/www03/guacente_mu.html |

, l@s poetas y sus poemas (1) | nicaragua/nan05/index_mu.html |

, of (1) | guatemala/etp02/bioesfera_home_mu.html |

, run by (1) | guatemala/etp02/bioesfera_home_mu.html |

, to (1) | guatemala/www03/guacente_mu.html |

, una propuesta alternativa de informacion mundial (1) | nicaragua/nan05/index_mu.html |

, una revista feminista (1) | nicaragua/nan05/index_mu.html |

, y (1) | panama/gen04/castellano_mu.html |

, y se lo enviaremos a la brevedad; iEspere un Milagro! (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

- 01.01.98 (1) | honduras/www02/www_honduras-resources_com_mu.html |

- Actualizacion (1) | salvador/pol02/tse_mu.html |

- Costa Rica's leading newspaper. (1) | costarica/tra12/netinc_mu.html |

- December 1994 (1) | guatemala/tra05/am_mu.html |

- Diciembre, 1997 - (1) | crwww/bus04/www_racsa_co_cr_mu.html |

- G-77 Network of Chambers of Comerce (1) | honduras/bus01/default_mu.htm |

- Historical Roots (1) | costarica/tra08/crrobs_mu.html |

- Sociedad Servicios Selectos was established to promote ethical business practices in Costa Rica and to increase consumer and corporate confidence in Costa Rica corporations and individuals. Free service to the public! (1) | costarica/tra13/bbb_or_cr_mu.html |

- search for agricultural data on Nicaragua (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

- since last e-mail update (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

-- Revised (1) | guatemala/otr04/hmnrts_mu.htm |

-- anothr tale from the Yax'te Press collection; from this one you can get to the above tales in switchable English-Spanish version. (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

--My table (above) gives contemporary pronunciation and vocabulary, this Canadian Museum of Civilization page explains the glyphics of archaeologists working with the ancient languages. (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

--My table (above) gives their names and glyphs; this Canadian Museum of Civilization page explains a bit more about the base-20 number system. (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

-Compania Nacional de Teatro (1) | costarica/gen02/www_tuanis_com_mu.html |

-Comunicacion Verde (1) | costarica/gen02/www_tuanis_com_mu.html |

-Conexion con nuestras empresas (1) | costarica/gen02/www_tuanis_com_mu.html |

-Eca Forestal (1) | costarica/gen02/www_tuanis_com_mu.html |

-Federacion Costarricense de Futbol (1) | costarica/gen02/www_tuanis_com_mu.html |

-Greatest amount of Biodiversity in Central America -Largest protected tropical forest reserve in Central America Heartland of the Ancient Maya Civilization, dense concentration of (1) | guatemala/spm03/eco_escuela_mu.html |

-Hoteles (1) | costarica/gen02/www_tuanis_com_mu.html |

-Montesky (1) | costarica/gen02/www_tuanis_com_mu.html |

-Museo Regional de Arte Costarricense (1) | costarica/gen02/www_tuanis_com_mu.html |

-Para Espanol, presione aqui- (1) | nicaragua/res02/www_apenn_org_ni_mu.html |

-Tico Show (1) | costarica/gen02/www_tuanis_com_mu.html |

-Turismo (1) | costarica/gen02/www_tuanis_com_mu.html |

-an engineering feat whose scope and daring will take your breath away. I am home to many banks from the world over, and the world's longer shopping street. (1) | panama/www01/panama_mu.html |

-el Semanario Deportivo (1) | costarica/gen02/www_tuanis_com_mu.html |

. . . a Harvard-educated lawyer whose three-year quest to find her Guatemalan husband has revealed high-level involvement between the CIA and the Guatemalan military in his capture, torture, and murder. (1) | guatemala/otr03/index_mu.html |

. All RIGHTS RESERVED. (1) | nicaragua/res02/www_apenn_org_ni_mu.html |

. Check out the (1) | guatemala/etp03/mader_mu.html |

. Each particip ant had a personal teacher who taught them at their skill level, on a one to one basis, for 4 hours. During this time, the teachers learned not only Spanish, but discussed cultural, political and historical issues about Guatemala. (1) | guatemala/etp02/bioesfera_home_mu.html |

. Familiares de (ANTEL) que padecen enfermedades cronicas no estan incluidos para recibir atencion en el Seguro Social (ISSS) (1) | salvador/nan02/www_elsalvador_com_mu.html |

. Here's information from previous issues of El Planeta Platica and the Eco Travels website cross-referenced and divided by specific issues (1) | guatemala/etp03/mader_mu.html |

. It is very important to understand the difference between the two, but fortunately it is not complicated. The (1) | guatemala/nan03/join_mu.htm |

. Just in case you do Pilsener or Tic-Tac a bit too much... (1) | salvador/www01/index_mu.html |

. May not be reproduced without the prior written permission from the authors. (1) | honduras/tra03/travel_mu.html |

. The photos and text may not be copied, transmitted, published, reproduced, altered, or used in any way, shape or form without the express written permission of Vince Heptig. (1) | guatemala/otr01/index_mu.html |

. You can also tell (1) | guatemala/nan03/join_mu.htm |

. You can return here by using the "Outward Bound" hyper-link on the main menu. (1) | costarica/tra08/crrobs_mu.html |

. You can then order these files with a " GET CYBERCHAPINES LOGxxxx " command, or using (1) | guatemala/nan03/join_mu.htm |

... a reafirmar la fe en los derechos fundamentales del hombre, en la dignidad y el valor de la persona humana, en la igualdad de derechos de hombres y mujeres y de las naciones grandes y pequenas, ... a promover el progreso social y a elevar el nivel de vida dentro de un concepto mas amplio de la libertad, y con tales finalidades ... a emplear un mecanismo internacional para promover el progreso economico y social de todos los pueblos, hemos decidido aunar nuestros esfuerzos para realizar estos designios ... (1) | nicaragua/res09/~un_mu.html |

... and intend to stay for ever (1) | costarica/tra04/cr_mu.html |

... and thank you for taking the time to visit our web site. We know you have seen other school sites so we made sure visiting our site would be worth your time. (1) | costarica/spa03/www_ilisa_com_mu.html |

......Salucita Mucha! (1) | guatemala/org05/huelga_mu.html |

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1. Most of the events of 1978 are listed in the Times Yearbook of World Affairs 1978, p. 48 and 113, and The Road to Independence , a chronology of events leading to Belize's Independence. 2. The Road To Independence, September, 1981. 3. The Road To Independence, September, 1981. 4. Command Paper 8245, "Report of the Belize Constitutional Conference, "London, April, 1981, p.24. 5. Brukdown the Magazine of Belize , Special Souvenir Issue # 3 a 4, 1981, p. 16-18. 6. Report of the Belize Constitutional Conference, p. 22. 7. Statutory Instruments 1981 No. 1107, "The Belize Independence Order 1981. (1) | belize/gov01/belize_mu.html |

1. The Conference met at Marlborough House and held 18 Plenary Sessions between 6 and 14 April. A list of delegates, officials and advisers who took part in the Conference is at Annex A. An invitation to attend the Conference was extended to the Leader of the Belizean Opposition and representatives of the United Democratic Party but this was declined. The Minister of State, Mr. Nicholas Ridley, presided at the opening session and some of the Plenary Sessions. At the other Plenary Sessions the Chair was taken by the Alternate Chairman, Mr. John Hickman. 2. At the opening session speeches were made by Mr. Ridley and by Mr. Rogers, the Deputy Premier of Belize, The text of these speeches is at Annex B. THE CONSTITUTION FOR AN INDEPENDENT BELIZE 3. The Conference had before it a White Paper issued by the Government of Belize containing "Proposed Terms of a Constitution for the Independent Belize" and the Report of a Joint Select Committee set up by both Houses of the Belize Legislature to which the White Paper had been referred and which had been directed to canvass the opinions of the Belizean people. The Committee met and received oral and written evidence in all district towns of Belize. The Report, which recommended a number of amendments to the proposals in the With Paper, was adopted by the House of Representatives on 27 March. Evidence submitted to the Committee was made available to the Conference. 4. Arising from the convening of the Constitutional Conference, a number of Belizean organizations and individuals addressed submissions to Her Majesty's Government. These were also formally tabled and, to the extent that they were relevant to the formulation of an Independence Constitution, were taken into consideration by the Conference. A list of these submissions is given at Annex C. 5. The conclusions of the Conference were as follows. PREAMBLE 6. The Constitution shall set out, in a Preamble, principles which are desirable national goals and which may be referred to for purposes of interpretation. The proposed Preamble is at Annex D. CHARACTER OF THE COUNTRY AND HEAD OF STATE 7. On independence Belize shall become a sovereign democratic State of Central America in the Caribbean Region. It shall comprise the territories which have hitherto constituted the Colony of Belize, including all Cays and other islands, and waters, forming part of the Colony. These territories shall be more precisely described in the Constitution. 8. Belize shall become a constitutional monarchy with The Queen as Head of State. The Queen shall be represented in Belize by a Governor-General, who shall be a citizen of Belize appointed by The Queen after consultation with the Prime Minister of Belize. 9. The Constitution shall be the supreme law of Belize. Any law inconsistent therewith shall be void to the extent of the inconsistency. HUMAN RIGHTS AND FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS 10. The Constitution shall include a comprehensive section on human rights and freedoms, elaborating the general principles set out in the White Paper and drawing as appropriate on the UN Covenants on Civil and Political Rights and on Economic Social and Cultural Rights, and on other Commonwealth Constitutions (particularly those of Caribbean countries). 11. The human rights and fundamental freedoms protected by the Constitution will be (1) | belize/gov01/belize_mu.html |

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10 al 14 de junio Curso intensivo (1) | nicaragua/www04/universidad_mu.html |

10, 11 y 12 de septiembre. Modulo 5 del curso sobre Fortalecimiento Institucional (ver Abril para descripcion general del curso y quienes pueden participar) Autovaloracion institucional. Tema (1) | nicaragua/www04/universidad_mu.html |

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12 Calle. 14 Calle. 14 Calle. 16 Calle. 16 Calle. (Av. del Cementerio). 18 Calle. 18 Calle. Diagonal 5. 20 Calle. 20 Calle. 22 Calle. Teatro Nacional. 22 Calle. Avenida Elena. 24 Calle. 26 Calle. Cuidad Oyimpice. 26 Calle. 28 Calle. Via 2. Ruta 2. 28 Calle. 30 Calle. 30 Calle. Ruta 6. Ruta B. Ruta 4. Via 4. Ruta 4. 30 Calle. Avenida Bolivar. 32 Calle 6a Avenida. 7a Avenida. Via B. 10 Avenida. 34 Calle. 36 Calle. 2a Calle. 4a Avenida. 2a Calle. 4a Calle. 4a Calle. 6a Calle. 6a Calle. Parque Centroamerica. 8a Calle. EMBASSY. 8a Calle. 8a Calle. 2a Avenida. 4a Avenida. 10a Calle. 7a Avenida. Avenida de la Reforma. 10a Calle. Diagonal 12. 12 Calle. 6a Avenida. 12 Calle. Parque Zoologico la Aurora. 14 Calle. (1) | guatemala/gen02/GuatemalaCity_mu.jpg |

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12dC or 54dF) Skiing (surprising for a Swiss) Football (Soccer) Chocolate (surprising for a Swiss) Noise (sound of a radio) Eastern Classical Music (Russia, Hungary, Czech...) Avarice "The Simpsons" (The most clever TV show in the USA) Beer (1) | nicaragua/tra05/jordi_mu.html |

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1951, Costa Rica. Historia. 98, Elecciones. Equipo. Foro. Opinion. Adhesion. (1) | costarica/pol05/www_pln_org_mu.html |

1978 (1) | belize/gov01/belize_mu.html |

1985 Constitution - Constitucion de 1985 (2) | guatemala/gov04/guate_mu.html | guatemala/gov04/guate_mu.html |

1992 Briefings to oversight committee staff on human rights in Guatemala (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

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1996 Nicaragua Human Rights Report (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

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1998 Exploring Costa Rica Guide (1) | costarica/nan04/www_ticotimes_co_cr_mu.html |

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2)-Club Social Nica (Pulse aqui, NO pulse en la foto) (1) | nicaragua/www05/~roustan_mu.html |

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28 Dec 97 - Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree Happy New Year to all! (1) | belize/nan02/www_belizetimes_com_mu.html |

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3" Full Size (2) | honduras/gen05/ho_mu.htm | panama/gen06/pm_mu.htm |

3)-Chat Nica JAVA (Pulse aqui, NO pulse en la foto) (1) | nicaragua/www05/~roustan_mu.html |

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8 unit apt. building for sale. (1) | costarica/tra06/tourism_mu.html |

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99 abriles (1) | guatemala/org05/huelga_mu.html |

; pruebe a Dios y confie en sus promesas; vera que no sera defraudado. (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

=====OTROS===== PREVISA SCREAM Mas Noticias Clinica Antihalitosis Solidaridad Plan 2000 Proyecto Club Rotario Dr. Reynaldo Melara SigmaNet Islena Airlines Disnet ENEE La Tribuna CIAT/Laderas (1) | honduras/res04/www_intertel_hn_mu.html |

A 12 dias que se rompan los fuegos electorales, una controversia legal y politica estallo en el Consejo Electoral Regional del Atlantico Sur (CER). Tres de sus cinco miembros admitieron las impugnaciones contra el Partido Liberal Constitucionalista (PLC), amonestandolo tras ser acusado de violar la Ley Electoral y usar bienes del Estado para su campana politica. La resolucion amonesta al FSLN por realizar campana electoral tambien antes de tiempo. Sin embargo, el representante del PLC en Bluefields, Augusto De la Rocha, senalo que el CER no tiene jurisdiccion sobre la denuncia, ya que fue presentada ante las autoridades electorales nacionales y son estas la que deben fallar, y ademas asegura que la resolucion es "delictiva e ilegal". (1) | nicaragua/nan06/www_latribuna_com_ni_mu.html |

A BENEFICIO DE LOS NINOS DE ANINI (1) | guatemala/org01/www_anini_org_gt_mu.html |

A Geochemical Arc-Transect (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

A HISTORY OF BELIZE (1) | belize/www02/www_belizenet_com_mu.html |

A History of Belize (1) | belize/www02/www_belizenet_com_mu.html |

A History of Belize, Nation in the Making traces the history of Belize. It focuses on how Belize became what it is today. (1) | belize/www02/www_belizenet_com_mu.html |

A Mayan Life (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

A Mayan Struggle (1) | guatemala/otr01/index_mu.html |

A Nonprofit Network of Language Schools -- People-to-People Learning in Guatemala Effective * Inexpensive * Socially Responsible. The Hermandad is a sisterhood of four nonprofit schools in Quetzaltenango and Todos Santos Chuchumatan, Huehuetenango, Guatemala. Established in 1988, the schools offer affordable, quality Spanish-language instruction to foreign visitors, and generate decent-paying jobs and income to support projects that benefit the people of Guatemala. Choose from the school of your choice (1) | guatemala/spm06/hermand_mu.htm |

A Roque Dalton Anthology (1) | salvador/art02/art_mu.html |

A School for Spanish and Cultural Studies in Guatemala. Language program in Quiche educational and eco-tours (1) | guatemala/spm02/casa_mu.html |

A Tribute (1) | panama/www03/panama_mu.html |

A Week in the Land of the Maya (1) | guatemala/tra06/guatunl_mu.htm |

A beautiful hotel beach resort only 150 feet from one of Costa Rica's most famous beaches. (1) | costarica/tra06/tourism_mu.html |

A click on the photo will lead you to other photos in that chapter (1) | guatemala/otr01/index_mu.html |

A collection of beautiful images taken all over Belize from the professional stock agency of Tony Rath Photography. This site presents a spectacular portfolio of the wildlife, the underwater world, the Mayan Ruins, and the travel locations of Belize. (1) | belize/www02/www_belizenet_com_mu.html |

A continuacion usted vera aspectos generales y a veces poco conocidos de nuestro pais, un pequeno istmo con una gran vocacion de servicio a la comunidad hemisferica y mundial. Sin embargo, Panama es muchisimo mas que eso... Siga los enlaces y descubra por que se le conoce como iPUENTE DEL MUNDO Y CORAZON DEL UNIVERSO! (1) | panama/gen04/castellano_mu.html |

A current satellite image of the Caribbean, including Belize, courtesy of Intellicast's Weather Website. (1) | belize/gen04/weather_mu.html |

A current satellite image of the Southern US, Caribbean, Central America and Northern South America, courtesy of TMR Tribune's website. (1) | belize/gen04/weather_mu.html |

A description of the biospheres in Guatemala and information on Guatemalan wildlife and ecology. (1) | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm |

A directory of Guatemalans on the net, and Chapin-L, a use group on Guatemalan topics. (1) | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm |

A few portfolio photographs are in this (1) | guatemala/otr01/index_mu.html |

A first class beach hotel and resort with a pool, casino, disco, sailing, fishing and more! (1) | costarica/tra06/tourism_mu.html |

A fragant garden sanctuary on a magical mountain overlooking the sea. Villa Caletas boasts a Greek amphitheater with breathtaking views and a spectacular pool whose edge runs off into the horizon. (1) | costarica/tra06/tourism_mu.html |

A full range of modern medical care is available in Guatemala City, but medical care outside the city is limited. Guatemala's public hospitals have experienced serious shortages of basic medicines and equipment, with some hospitals on the verge of bankruptcy. Care in private hospitals is generally adequate for most common illnesses and injuries. Doctors and hospitals often expect immediate cash payment for health services. U.S. medical insurance is not always valid outside the United States. Supplemental medical insurance with specific overseas coverage, including provision for medical evacuation, has proved useful in many emergencies. Additional health information may be obtained from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's international travelers hotline at (404) 332-4559, or on the Internet at http (1) | guatemala/tra10/guatemala_mu.html |

A general overview of weather patterns in Belize as well as a month by month description of typical weather throughout Belize. (1) | belize/gen04/weather_mu.html |

A listing of volunteer and paid opportunities to do social movement work. (1) | guatemala/org07/home_mu.html |

A look at two of the major weather disturbances affecting Belize - Northers and Hurricanes. Includes historical tracks of past hurricanes affecting Belize this century, dynamics of hurricane formation, a downloadable hurricane tracking chart, and the current hurricane formation forecast. (1) | belize/gen04/weather_mu.html |

A lot of good general, business and travel (TravelWEB) info. (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

A lot of good info. (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

A lot of info, telephone directory, maps, etc. (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

A lot of interesting links. (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

A luxurious 5 star hotel featuring pools, tennis court and spa. Take advantage of a fully equipped business center with offices, meeting rooms, computers, services and more. (1) | costarica/tra06/tourism_mu.html |

A modern-day descendant of the dinosaur is now a major player in the fight to protect and preserve our rain forests. The Pro Iguana Verde Foundation in Costa Rica is uniting human, animal and forest in a symbiotic relationship that may guarantee the survival of all three. (1) | crwww/sus02/igprk_mu.htm |

A monthly update (1) | belize/www01/www_belize_org_mu.html |

A natural paradise. No big cement hotels here. (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

A new superhighway is threatening the site of the old city, to the point it may never be considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Just Click (1) | panama/www03/panama_mu.html |

A partir del 1 Febrero de 1997 (1) | nicaragua/gov01/www_asamblea_gob_ni_mu.html |

A photo exhibition, generously donated by The Color Place , is available for museums, galleries and large conferences. The exhibition consists of 33 framed photographs ranging in size from 40"by60" to 16"by20". For information contact me by Email (1) | guatemala/otr01/index_mu.html |

A photo-essay presented by the Travel Health Information and Referral Website (1) | guatemala/otr04/hmnrts_mu.htm |

A plantation House Hotel on a historical site. (1) | costarica/tra06/tourism_mu.html |

A relatively high level of violent crimes are committed against foreigners in Guatemala, so travellers should be alert to potentially dangerous situations. Incidents of car-jacking are quite common, and Guatemala's larger cities can be dangerous after dark. Intercity travel after sunset should be avoided - don't get out of your car in isolated places even in full daylight. A bill was passed in May 1995 promising the death sentence for anyone caught kidnapping a foreigner. (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

A series of meetings occurred between CIA officers and the oversight committees in 1992 concerning Guatemalan human rights. In the course of these meetings, CIA briefers failed to provide some clearly relevant information. In some cases we believe the withholding was unintentional; in others we believe it was intentional. In at least one of the intentional cases notification subsequently occurred, but in others it did not. One instance of intentional withholding that was followed by timely notification resulted from meetings between CIA officers and HPSCI staff on August 5 and SSCI staff on August 7,1992. Briefers from the DO (the branch chief and division chief, respectively) deliberately declined to identify an asset despite specific requests by the staff directors. The briefers did so because CIA policy (which we consider appropriate) limited authority for such disclosures to the DCI and DDO. The briefers did, however, alert their superiors, and ADDO Price then notified at least the SSCI. A probable example of intentional withholding that was not followed by notification occurred when the Guatemala COS intentionally, we believe, did not mention Colonel Alpirez's alleged involvement in the death of Michael DeVine when he discussed the DeVine case with the SSCI staff in a May 19 meeting (and possibly also in a June 26 meeting). We believe it improbable that he could have forgotten the Alpirez-DeVine linkage, since his headquarters had reminded him of it in a cable he received only a week earlier. He apparently did not alert his superiors to the omission from his briefing and did not feel it his responsibility to do so. Although responsibility for notifying the committees rests with headquarters--not chiefs of station--we believe that, by participating in the meeting, he incurred an obligation to inform his superiors. In the other instances we examined in which information was not provided to committee staff during the meetings, we believe that the failures were likely unintentional. Intent, however, is not required for the withholding of information to have been a violation of the CIA's obligation to keep the oversight committees "fully and currently informed" under Section 413 of Title 50 of the U.S. Code. (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

A succession of military presidents followed, and as both protest and repression became more violent, civil war eventuated. Booming industrialisation in the 1960s and '70s helped the rich get richer, while the cities became increasingly squalid as the rural dispossessed fled the countryside to find urban employment. The military's violent suppression of antigovernment elements (which meant the majority of landless peasants) finally led the USA to cut off military assistance, leading in turn to the 1985 election of the civilian Christian Democrat Marco Vinicio Cerezo Arevalo. Arevalo's five years of inconclusive government were followed by Jorge Serrano Elias, who won the presidency for the conservative Solidarity Action Movement. His attempts to end the decades-long civil war failed, and as his popularity declined he came to rely increasingly on military support. On 25 May 1993, following a series of public protests, Serrano carried out an auto-coup. Lacking popular support, Serrano fled the country, and an outspoken critic of the army, Ramiro de Leon Carpio, was elected by Congress. Carpio's law-and-order mantle has recently been taken up by new president, Alvaro Arzu, who is attempting to heal his feuding and crime-ridden country with a neo-liberal technocratic salve. In December 1996, the government signed a series of peace accords with leftist guerrillas and the army agreed to reduce its role in domestic security matters. (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

A taxi driver, the owner of a blue Ford LTD with license plate number BZ-0286, has been reported missing along with his vehicle. Charlotte Bernard, 29, chief cook of the Belize/Lebanese Restaurant at the corner of Central American Boulevard and Vernon Street, reported to Police that her common-law husband, Peter Novelo, 36, left home from about 6 p.m. Tuesday, December 16, and has not returned since. Bernard said she believes that Novelo, a taxi driver based at Belcan Taxi Stand, is the victim of foul play. During the two years they have lived together at #274 Oleander Street, Novelo, said Bernard, has never gone for more than four hours during the night without informing her of his whereabouts, either directly or through a messsage left at the taxi stand. "Peter would never go and leave me for so long without me knowing where he is, so he must be dead or in serious trouble," said Bernard. Charlotte Bernard said she has heard a report that the disappearance of her common-law husband is linked to Julian Bush's accomplice or accomplices who fled the scene after Bush was fatally shot. Anonymous telephone callers, she said, told her that Peter Novelo was last seen in his taxi in the company of two men at the Belcan Taxi Stand. According to the anonymous callers, only Novelo's taxi was at the stand about 8 (1) | belize/nan01/amandala_mu.html |

A usted, que no quiere votar (1) | costarica/pol04/mlib_mu.html |

A visit to the Sacbaquecan (1) | guatemala/etp02/bioesfera_home_mu.html |

A visit to the zoo is the best way to get an introduction to the animals of Belize, and to understand why it is important to protect the habitats that sustain them. We hope this website will be the next best thing to visiting us in person. (1) | belize/www02/www_belizenet_com_mu.html |

A welcome from our Minister of Tourism (1) | belize/tra02/belize_mu.html |

A-Infos (1) | nicaragua/nan05/index_mu.html |

A.E.R. (1) | costarica/tra08/crrobs_mu.html |

ABC (1) | crwww/eco02/www_abc_fi_cr_mu.html |

ABC Asociacion Bancaria (1) | crwww/eco02/www_abc_fi_cr_mu.html |

ABC Corp. Svcs. Hotels (1) | salvador/www01/index_mu.html |

ABC. HISTORIA. OBJETIVOS. AFILIADOS. SERVICIOS INF. INSTITUCIONAL. INF. JURIDICA. INF. ECONOMICA. ACONTECER LEGISLATIVO. CAPACITACION. (1) | crwww/eco02/www_abc_fi_cr_mu.html |

ABOUT (2) | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html |

ABOUT STRI (1) | panama/gen05/stri_mu.htm |

ACADEMIA NACIONAL DE CIENCIAS. MCMXCII. (1) | costarica/aca01/www_anc_ac_cr_mu.html |

ACCION URGENTE!!! (1) | guatemala/org05/huelga_mu.html |

ACCOMPANIMENT (1) | guatemala/org08/guatemala_mu.html |

ACTA DE CONSTITUCION INSTITUCIONES FUNDADORAS PROYECTO SVNet INTERNET EN EL SALVADOR En las oficinas de FUSADES (Fundacion Salvadorena para el Desarrollo Economico y Social), en San Salvador, El Salvador, el dia 2 de septiembre de mil novecientos noventa y cuatro, sostuvieron una reunion de trabajo representantes acreditados de las siguientes instituciones (1) | salvador/res04/svnet_mu.html |

ACTION REQUEST (1) | guatemala/nan01/chapin-l_mu.html |

ACTUALIZADO! (2) | honduras/otr02/www_paho-who_hn_mu.html | honduras/otr02/www_paho-who_hn_mu.html |

ACWA. Association of Christian Web Authors MEMBER (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

ACademico (1) | costarica/nis02/www_cr_mu.html |

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION (1) | honduras/tra03/travel_mu.html |

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES (1) | panama/gen05/stri_mu.htm |

AEPE Home Page (1) | salvador/res01/www_amschool_edu_sv_mu.html |

AFILIADOS. MEMBERS. (1) | nicaragua/pol01/www_nfdd_org_mu.html |

AFS Updates (1) | guatemala/etp01/guahome_mu.htm |

AGEXPRONT (1) | guatemala/bec08/default_mu.html |

AGRICULTURE (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

AIESEC (1) | salvador/etp01/esal_mu.html |

AIESEC International (2) | salvador/etp01/esal_mu.html | salvador/etp01/esal_mu.html |

AIESEC-El Salvador (1) | salvador/etp01/esal_mu.html |

AIESEC-El Salvador's (1) | salvador/etp01/esal_mu.html |

AIESEC-El Salvador's mission is (1) | salvador/etp01/esal_mu.html |

AIM Info (1) | belize/nan04/sanpedrosun_mu.html |

AIRLINES (1) | honduras/tra03/travel_mu.html |

ALAJUELA. HEREDIA. GUANACASTE. CARTAGO. LIMON. SAN JOSE. PUNTARENAS. PANAM... (1) | crwww/res01/mapacr_mu.html |

ALFANUMERIC (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

ALIANZA. ALLIANCE. (1) | nicaragua/pol01/www_nfdd_org_mu.html |

ALLEGED NSA RECORDS DESTRUCTION (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

ALUMNI Take Note!!! Discussion groups have been added to our website to provide a way for teachers and students (and Alumni) to communicate and collaborate with others around the world. Post a new message or question...or respond to someone elses. Let's get some virtual student interchange programs started! (1) | salvador/res01/www_amschool_edu_sv_mu.html |

AMANDALA ONLINE (1) | belize/nan01/amandala_mu.html |

AMAZON.COM (1) | guatemala/etp03/mader_mu.html |

AMERICA LATINA (1) | costarica/aca02/flacsocr_mu.html |

ANALISIS (1) | crwww/eco01/www_aldesa_fi_cr_mu.html |

ANALISIS (Magazine in Spanish) (1) | crwww/eco01/www_aldesa_fi_cr_mu.html |

ANALISIS, [illegible] (1) | crwww/eco01/www_aldesa_fi_cr_mu.html |

ANCON (1) | panama/gen01/www_ancon_org_mu.html |

ANCON (1) | panama/gen01/www_ancon_org_mu.html |

ANCON. Asociacion Nacional para la Conservacion de la Naturaleza (1) | panama/gen01/www_ancon_org_mu.html |

ANTERIOR (1) | nicaragua/res07/nicarao_apc_org_ni_mu.html |

ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA 16 16 15 0 22 80 94 38% BAHAMAS 6 1 4 0 0 8 8 6% BARBADOS 811 1,212 855 907 1,548 986 1,164 4% DOMINICA 0 9 0 0 0 6 11 GRENADA 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 GUYANA 0 0 4 0 0 5 8 JAMAICA 3,305 3,222 5,427 3,856 1,686 1,079 1,272 -20% MONTSERRAT 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 ST. KITTS AND NEVIS 0 0 30 0 23 0 0 ST. LUCIA 3 20 68 140 143 0 0 ST. VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES 0 0 1 96 0 0 0 TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO 3,081 3,808 2,262 3,551 3,082 3,847 2,913 5% EXPORTS TO CARICOM 7,222 8,288 8,666 8,550 6,519 6,011 5,469 -4% (1) | belize/eco03/BEL_mu.html |

APENN (1) | nicaragua/res02/www_apenn_org_ni_mu.html |

APENN (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

APrendo Nuevo Contenido (1) | panama/nan03/prensa_mu.html |

ARCHEOLOGY (1) | honduras/art02/art_mu.html |

ARCHITECTURE (1) | honduras/art02/art_mu.html |

AREA 51. Where GeoCitizens face UFOs and the paranormal - Where fantasy can also rule. (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

ARGENTINA 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 BERMUDA 81 11 8 22 26 17 21 -27% BOLIVIA 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 BRAZIL 0 14 0 0 0 0 0 CHILE 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 COLOMBIA 22 0 0 0 0 7 9 -20% COSTA RICA 48 64 2 24 5 2 0 -47% DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 0 0 0 0 0 115 136 ECUADOR 5 12 0 101 1 4 4 -4% EL SALVADOR 1 28 272 16 6 14 16 70% GUADELOUPE 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 GUATEMALA 252 316 171 1,048 14 370 436 8% HAITI 51 0 0 52 0 0 0 HONDURAS 113 2,139 315 378 1 230 273 15% MARTINIQUE 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MEXICO 9,632 14,507 21,252 15,117 9,417 17,017 18,547 12% NETHERLANDS ANTILLES 22 0 177 4 0 68 81 25% NICARAGUA 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 PANAMA 33 9 9 19 0 2 0 -43% URUGUAY 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 VENEZUELA 0 2 32 0 0 16 20 (1) | belize/eco03/BEL_mu.html |

ARMED FORCES AFTER 1990 (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

ARRENDADORA (1) | crwww/eco08/www_bfa_fi_cr_mu.html |

ART (1) | honduras/art02/art_mu.html |

ART CREDIT (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

ARTE MAYA (1) | guatemala/art02/www_artemaya_com_mu.html |

ARTICULOS Y (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

ARTICULOS Y ENSENANZAS (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

ASAMBLEA NACIONAL DE NICARAGUA (1) | nicaragua/gov01/www_asamblea_gob_ni_mu.html |

ASP Michael Gutierrez returns from training course (1) | belize/nan04/sanpedrosun_mu.html |

ASSET INVOLVEMENT IN HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

ASSET VALIDATION SYSTEM (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

ATENCION AL CLIENTE (1) | nicaragua/nan06/www_latribuna_com_ni_mu.html |

ATENCION INVERSIONISTAS EN TELECOMUNICACIONES!! la SUPERINTENDENCIA DE TELECOMUNICACIONES Anuncia que estara otorgando Titulos de derecho para explotar el espectro nacional de frecuencias electromagneticas, para servicios como (1) | guatemala/nan02/main_mu.html |

ATHS HOME PAGE!...(under construction). (1) | salvador/res01/www_amschool_edu_sv_mu.html |

ATSI (1) | guatemala/nan08/www_prensalibre_com_mu.html |

AYUDA!!! (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

About (2) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html |

About 20 minutes outside of SPS is a well maintained golf course. There is a nonmember fee of 150 lempiras and you should be prepared to pay for a caddy. Be prepared to bring all equipment you will need. No reservations are necessary. Casinos, folklore, movies, museums... They're all (1) | honduras/tra03/travel_mu.html |

About 8% of Panama's land is under cultivation. The main crops are bananas, plantains, sugarcane, rice, maize, and coffee. The livestock population in the late 1980s included about 1.5 million cattle, 240,000 pigs, and approximately 8 million chickens. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

About APENN (1) | nicaragua/res02/www_apenn_org_ni_mu.html |

About APENN. Investment Opportunities. Export Directory. Statistics. Up to date with APENN. Links. Nicaragua for Export Magazine. For Expor On line NEW. (1) | nicaragua/res02/www_apenn_org_ni_mu.html |

About Belize. News. Weather. Fun. Directory. Info. Home. (1) | belize/nan01/amandala_mu.html |

About CINDE (1) | crwww/bus01/www_cinde_or_cr_mu.html |

About Chapin-l? (1) | guatemala/nan01/chapin-l_mu.html |

About Costa Rica (3) | costarica/etp05/page-cr_mu.htm | costarica/tra11/visitor_mu.html | costarica/tra11/visitor_mu.html |

About Costa Rica and the Free Zone System (1) | crwww/bus01/www_cinde_or_cr_mu.html |

About Pop Wuj (Popul Vuh) , the most important record of traditional pre-conquest Mayan wisdom, "Secret book" written in the 16th century, after Dieago de la Landa had burnt all Mayan books but the 4 Codices that survive in European museums. (Not done yet) (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

About STRI (1) | panama/gen05/stri_mu.htm |

About The University Of Costa Rica (1) | costarica/etp05/page-cr_mu.htm |

About World Class Adventures In Education (1) | costarica/etp05/page-cr_mu.htm |

About the Chamber (1) | belize/www01/www_belize_org_mu.html |

About the Programs (2) | guatemala/spm08/3619index_mu.html | guatemala/spm08/3619index_mu.html |

About the World Bank Group (1) | costarica/eco02/costaric_mu.htm |

About theGBC (1) | guatemala/bec06/~fundesa_mu.html |

About this Web Page (1) | guatemala/org06/minugua_mu.html |

About this site (1) | costarica/spa03/www_ilisa_com_mu.html |

About us (1) | guatemala/tra01/guatemala_mu.html |

About.FUNDESA (1) | guatemala/bec06/~fundesa_mu.html |

Abril (3) | guatemala/nan06/index_mu.html | guatemala/nan06/index_mu.html | nicaragua/www04/universidad_mu.html |

Abstracts (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

Academia de Espanol Guatemala - Antigua, Guatemala (2) | guatemala/spm05/fguatemala_mu.html | guatemala/spm05/fguatemala_mu.html |

Academic Credit (1) | costarica/spa02/forester_mu.html |

Academico (1) | guatemala/res04/www_ufm_edu_gt_mu.html |

Accesa (1) | panama/art02/panamarock_mu.html |

Acceso (1) | crwww/eco09/www_microempresa_or_cr_mu.html |

Acceso al (1) | nicaragua/res07/nicarao_apc_org_ni_mu.html |

Accesos al Home Page del Rock de Panama desde el 18 de mayo de 1997 (1) | panama/art02/panamarock_mu.html |

Access to Internet (1) | honduras/tra03/travel_mu.html |

Acciones (1) | honduras/hum03/links_mu.html |

Accommodations (1) | costarica/spa03/www_ilisa_com_mu.html |

According to the 1990 census, over 75% of the population of Panama was mestizo (mixed Native American and white ancestry) or mulatto (mixed white and black ancestry), and the remainder were of Native American, Asian, black African, or white descent. In the late 1980s about 52% of the population was urban. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

Accords signed between the Guatemalan government and representatives of the refugees on October 8, 1992, paved the way for this return. The return process is neither rapid, nor assured. In the Mexican camps the refugees became politically organised. The Guatemalan government has little interest in seeing large numbers of politically aware Mayans returning to their country. And although the massacres of the early 80s have ended, political violence is still a way of life in Guatemala. In November of 1994, a United Nations team, Minugua, arrived in Gautemala. The over 200 members of Minugua have spread out across the country to monitor human rights abuses, their reports so far are not encouraging. Minugua's first report stated, "The government has not adequately guaranteed the right of persons to their physical security and integrity, which is to say, to be free from torture, cruel and inhumane or degrading treatment..." But the refugees are returning. As one Mayan told me, " I could have stayed and died in Mexico. We had everything (1) | guatemala/www05/2115_mu.html |

Acerca de InterNet (1) | guatemala/res03/www_uvg_edu_gt_mu.html |

Acerca de VISTAZO (1) | panama/nan04/vistazo_mu.html |

Acerca de la (1) | nicaragua/res08/www_ops_org_ni_mu.html |

Acerca del Internet Cafe (1) | panama/nis03/www_inter-cafe_com_mu.html |

Acerca del UNFPA (1) | nicaragua/res04/~unfpanic_mu.html |

Acerca del cafe (1) | panama/nis03/www_inter-cafe_com_mu.html |

Acknowledgments (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

Acontecer Legislativo (1) | crwww/eco02/www_abc_fi_cr_mu.html |

AcroRead v3.0 (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

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Although National Security Council officials and State Department officials at the embassy and in Washington were generally aware of the CIA's activities and liaison relationships in Guatemala, the CIA did not inform these officials until the end of 1994 and early 1995 that any of its assets or contacts were alleged to have committed human rights abuses. These policy officials were thus denied information relevant to their decision-making and lost any opportunity to express possible concerns that such asset relationships undermined US policy on human rights. The rules for information-sharing between station and embassy are set forth in a 1977 State-CIA agreement, which states that chiefs of station should keep ambassadors "fully and currently informed about all CIA programs and activities," but also that the chief of station is responsible, at the same time, "for protecting intelligence sources and methods from unauthorized disclosure." Concerning the disclosure of asset identities in particular, the agreement states that the COS will "identify to the chief of mission individuals and organizations within the host country with which CIA maintains covert relationships and with which he and senior embassy officers that he may designate have official contacts." CIA officers we interviewed, from former DDOs down to case officers in Guatemala, uniformly expressed the view that the l977 agreement called upon them to inform ambassadors of asset identities only when assets were cabinet level officials or otherwise in frequent contact with the ambassador. State Department officials have told us, however, that they understood ambassadors would be informed of asset identities in cases of frequent contact or if the asset relationship was of "policy" or "political" significance. In the case of Guatemala, based on the CIA's understanding of the 1977 agreement and despite knowing about the high emphasis policy-making officials placed on human rights, the COS chose not to inform the ambassador or other policy makers of relationships with assets alleged to have been involved in significant human rights abuses. Given ambassadors' positions as the President's personal representatives and their need to be aware of US government activities that have significant policy ramifications, the IOB strongly believes that the State-CIA agreement should be amended to state explicitly that ambassadors will be informed of intelligence activities, including asset and liaison relationships (including, when appropriate, the names of the assets or contacts in question) that have significant policy implications. The determination of policy significance will require judgment by CIA officials, but at a minimum notification should be made in instances of reasonably credible allegations of involvement by CIA assets in the death or abuse of US citizens or in incidents of assassination, kidnapping, or torture. If there is concern over an ambassador's handling of intelligence information, the CIA should convey the information to the appropriate senior officials at the Department of State. Policy officials in Washington, such as representatives of the National Security Council, the Department of State (and when appropriate) the Department of Justice, should be similarly notified. Although ambassadors and other senior policy-makers are often pressed by heavy workloads, it must be their responsibility to devote appropriate time to receiving intelligence briefings. Prior to and during their postings, all ambassadors should receive mandatory briefings on intelligence programs in their countries. The IOB believes that high level State Department emphasis will be required to ensure that all ambassadors attend such briefings and receive adequate initial and recurring training on intelligence activities and on the importance of safeguarding intelligence sources and methods. At the same time, CIA must ensure that ambassadors receive in these briefings all appropriate information on CIA activities and relationships in their countries. The system for collecting and disseminating intelligence information can function properly, however, only if US executive and legislative branch officials are held accountable should they compromise or improperly handle classified information. A lack of accountability puts sources of intelligence at risk. The effect is to discourage the proper provision of information by intelligence agencies to intelligence consumers and the oversight community, and ultimately to jeopardize the ability of the United States to recruit sources and to collect intelligence in the furtherance of its national interests around the world. Ample avenues exist by which well-intentioned officials can raise grievances concerning intelligence activities-either through the executive branch to the National Security Advisor or the President, or through the Congressional oversight committees to the Congressional leadership--without publicly revealing sensitive intelligence information. (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

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Although we now consider the allegation to have been inaccurate, the significance of the October 1991 claim of Colonel Alpirez's presence at the death of US citizen Michael DeVine leaves no doubt that the oversight committees should have been notified at the time. Indeed, none of the CIA officials involved dispute that this allegation should have been briefed to Congress. There is no record that the CIA notified Congress of the allegation of Alpirez's involvement in DeVine's death until after the January 1995 allegation that Alpirez killed guerrilla leader Efrain Bamaca Velasquez; none of the officials with whom responsibility lay can recall any earlier notification. Thus the issue becomes (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

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An equally important project at Pro Iguana Verde is the scarlet macaw program. Due to habitat destruction and fragmentation, a population of scarlet macaws that once stretched from Mexico to Peru is today limited to several small isolated populations. These groups have essentially no intercommunication nor gene exchange. Add to this the problem of uncontrollable poaching and you have populations that, at the very best, are stable. Unfortunately, all signs indicate that populations are declining. Pro Iguana Verde is using a scientific approach to restore resident macaw populations as a first step toward replenishing the vast historical numbers. According to recent censuses, there are only three groups left in Costa Rica. Two hundred birds live in Carara Biological Reserve next to Iguana Park, another 150 in Corcovado National Park and seven reside in Palo Verde National Park. These numbers are way below the minimum size population that is viable over the long term and a genetic refreshment program encompassing neighboring colonies is necessary. These three groups are still close enough in genetic characteristics to interbreed and begin to refresh the gene pool. Birds from unknown populations or imported from far-away groups are too dangerous genetically and tend to produce negative effects in native macaws. This project also depends greatly on the locals. Scarlet macaws are heavily poached because they bring big bucks in illegal marketing--as much as $1000 each, locally. Encouraging campesinos to breed and raise the birds of unknown origin for sale in a legal market protects the resident populations from poaching. With proper training the local people can use well-known technology to raise up to eight clutches per year, earning sizeable incomes and protecting the local macaw populations from the introduction of potentially dangerous gene variations. Beyond the iguana and scarlet macaw, Dr. Werner's next step is a feasibility study, utilizing other buffer zone animals in the same fashion. Deer, paca and wild turkey all use the variety of buffer zone vegetation for survival. The idea is simple, she said (1) | crwww/sus02/igprk_mu.htm |

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Another factor that affected some human rights reporting was the occasional omission--driven by the need to protect intelligence sources--of relevant information about sources or about those cited in the reports. In some cases the source's identity was clearly relevant to any assessment of the report's credibility. The Board recognizes that the DO must regularly make difficult decisions in balancing the need to protect sources against the need to share more meaningful information with intelligence consumers. Based on the evidence we reviewed, we found no significant examples in which the motivation for withholding information seems to have been to downplay "bad news" rather than to protect source identities. (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

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Antes de entrar de lleno a este tema, quiero hacer un nalisis al respecto, por qu‚ la poblacion tomo justicia en sus manos. Antes del ano de l980, los habitantes de Guatemala no tenian la mentalidad, de tomar justicia en sus manos. Pero resulta que en la decada del 80, recordamos las masacres y tierra arrasada por los gobiernos militares. En nuestras comunidades Mayas habia un gran respeto a la vida humana, a las mujeres, ninos, jovenes, senoritas, a las plantas, a la madre tierra, a los ancianos se respetaban como autoridades. Los valores morales se respetaba entre unos y otros. Los problemas que se suscitaban, se solucionaban en base del dialogo, reuniendo a las comunidades, sin revanchismos,venganzas, ni mucho menos violencia. Los problemas son resueltos por los ancianos y ancianas y la cual ellos actuaban con sabiduria, como mediadores y conciliadores. Jamas se empleo la violencia, linchamientos, por parte nuestras comunidades. Cuando el ejercito invadio nuestras comunidades, masacro a nuestros pueblos, fue entonces cuando empezo a quebrantar la autoridad, las leyes, las normas consuetudinarias, para resolver nuestros problemas. Se nos enseno asesinar, secuestrar, torturar a nuestros propios hermanos, el que hacia todo esto, tenia el poder real. Entonces podemos decir que resuelve por medio de represalias, violencia. Las normas no se tomaban encuenta, sino el arma era la solucion de los problemas. (1) | guatemala/org02/MAYA_boletin1_mu.htm |

Antigua is a small, cobble-stoned Spanish colonial city, once the capital of New Spain, but destroyed in 1773 by an earthquake. Impressive ruins of churches, palaces, and other buildings make it the only city of its kind in Latin America. In 1965 it was named a "Monument of the Americas" by the Pan American Institute. Situated at 5,000 feet and ringed by three volcanos, it has a perfect climate. In the city and the surrounding villages, students will find a panoply of stimulating places to visit, both during classes and weekends. Only 40 minutes from Guatemala City, Antigua is situated in a valley surrounded by three volcanoes. The weather is usually warm during the day, all year round, generally about 70 degrees F. Due to the high elevation, the temperature tends to be cool in the late afternoon, evening, and early morning. From about May until November, you can expect sudden summer rainshowers in the afternoon. Dress in Guatemala is informal and conservative. It is a good idea to bring along a warm sweater or jacket and a comfortable pair of shoes. Depending on the time of year, you might want to bring an umbrella or rain cape. Slacks are appropriate. (1) | guatemala/spm07/proyecto_ling_mu.html |

Antigua was the nation's capital from 1543 until the devastating earthquake of 1773, when the capital was moved 45km to the east to the present site of Guatemala City. Antigua is among the oldest and most beautiful cities in the Americas. Set amidst three magnificent volcanoes - Agua, Fuego and Acatenango - its superb yet sturdy colonial buildings have weathered 16 earthquakes and numerous floods and fires. Antigua is especially beautiful during Semana Santa, when the streets are carpeted with elaborate decorations of coloured sawdust and flower petals. The city's churches have lost much of their Baroque splendour, the post-earthquake repair and restoration leaving them denuded of embellishment and elegance. However, many remain impressive, in particular La Merced , the Iglesia de San Francisco and the Convento de las Capucinas (now a museum). Casa K'ojom is a fascinating museum of Mayan music and ceremonies and related artefacts, and a visit to the local cemetery also provides an insight into ancient Mayan beliefs. On Sundays, visitors and locals alike gather to assess the goods for sale at the bustling market held in Parque Central . (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

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Apart from the many activities with a Mayan connection, Guatemala offers great hiking and climbing in the highlands and the volcanoes surrounding Lago de Atitlan and Antigua. Contact your embassy or consulate in Guatemala City for information on the current safety of particular areas before setting out. Keep an eye out for the national bird, the quetzal, when birdwatching around Tikal National Park or Lag de Atitlan. Spanish- language courses are a popular feature of Antigua and Quetzaltenango. (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

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Arnulfo Arias, elected president in 1940, was ousted in 1941 because of his sympathies with the Axis powers. Panama entered World War II on the Allied side in 1942. During the war its economy boomed, partly because of U.S. bases established in the country. The bases were evacuated in 1948. After the war Panama was plagued by inflation, debt, and unemployment, problems intensified by a rapid increase in population. These conditions contributed to a troubled political scene and to nationalist demands that the U.S. turn the profitable canal over to Panama. In 1949 police chief Colonel Jose Antonio Remon helped Arnulfo Arias seize the presidency. In 1951, however, when Arias dissolved the national assembly and a strike broke out, Remon had him deposed. Elected himself in 1952, Remon was effecting reforms when he was assassinated in 1955. During the term (1956-1960) of Ernesto de la Guardia opposition groups agitated for an increase in U.S. payments for use of the Canal Zone, which had already been raised from $430,000 to $1.93 million in 1955. Extremists urged nationalization, especially after Egypt took over the Suez Canal in 1956. In mass demonstrations in 1959, U.S. flags were torn down, U.S. agencies were stoned, and repeated attempts were made to invade the Canal Zone. To allay resentment, U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower ordered the Panamanian flag to be flown alongside the American flag in the zone. Continued anti-U.S. agitation in 1964 led to riots that had to be quelled by U.S. troops. President Marco Aurelio Robles opened negotiations for a new treaty on the canal. In 1967 the United States and Panama agreed on three draft treaties. In 1968 Arnulfo Arias again became president, but after 11 days he was deposed by a junta led by Colonel Omar Torrijos Herrera. Torrijos, as commander in chief of the National Guard, soon abolished all political parties. In 1972 a newly elected assembly approved a constitution that provided for a president but gave full executive powers for six years to Torrijos as chief of government. He was responsible for domestic and foreign affairs and for appointing government, military, and judiciary officials. The economy continued to founder and was driven deeper into debt as a result of the steep increase in the price of imported oil in 1973. Antigovernment protests led to wage and price controls. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

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Art Workshops in La Antigua Guatemala provides a total travel package. Our price includes not only tuition, but also lodging in either a bed and breakfast or a quaint little hotel, your flight from most major US cities, ground transportation, field trips and even a few meals. (1) | guatemala/art01/www_artguat_org_mu.html |

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As a result of an assessment conducted by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in April, 1993, the FAA has found the government of Guatemala's civil aviation authority not to be in compliance with international aviation safety standards for oversight of Guatemala's air carrier operations. While consultations to correct the deficiencies are ongoing, Guatemala's air carriers are permitted to conduct limited operations to the U.S. subject to heightened FAA surveillance. The Department of Defense does not permit U.S. military personnel to use carriers from Guatemala for official business except for flights originating from or terminating in the U.S., or in extenuating circumstances. For further information, travelers may contact the Department of Transportation at tel. (800) 322-7873. (1) | guatemala/tra10/guatemala_mu.html |

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At 2030m, the magical and misty highlands town of Chichi is surrounded by valleys and overshadowed by looming mountains. Though isolated, it's always been an important market town. The Sunday market is the one to catch, as the cofradias (religious brotherhoods) often hold processions on that day. The locals have combined traditional Mayan religious rites with Catholicism; the best places to witness these old rites are around the church of Santo Tomas and the shrine of Pascual Abaj , which honours the Mayan earth god. Incense, food and drink are offered to ancestors and to ensure the continued fertility of the earth. The town's Museo Regional contains ancient clay pots and figurines, flint and obsidian spearheads, maize grindstones and an impressive jade collection. (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

At Monkey Point on the Caribbean, in a region where some 80 percent are unemployed, many welcomed the prospect of more work and better transportation. But most of the English-speaking Creole people and Rama Indians who live there have no title to their land, which they hold in common. Some fear that the mega-project will elbow them aside and pave over their traditional ways of life. (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

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Attorney Dickie Bradley appeared at court in an attempt to secure bail for Melvin Young, who has been charged with abetment to murder in the death of Liston McField. Superintendent Gerald Bernard, head of the Prosecution Branch, also appeared to argue the Police's case before Chief Magistrate Herbert Lord. The prosecution vehemently objected to bail. Superintendent Bernard said that about a day before McField was killed, Young instigated, solicited and facilitated Lincoln Allen and George Mckenzie to murder Liston McField. According to the Police, two weapons were used in the murder. These weapons, they say, were supplied to the gunmen by Young. "We hope to recover the gun," said Bernard. He intimated that Young’s release on bail could hamper the Police in their attempt to recover the gun. A Justice should not be interfered with," said Bernard. (One of the guns Police claim was used in McField’s murder, a sawed-off shotgun, was retrieved from Pink’s Alley, a.k.a Majestic Alley, about two weeks ago.) In response, Bradley said (1) | belize/nan01/amandala_mu.html |

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Bajo la coordinacion de Juan Pablo Perez Sainz, se realizo en las dos primeras semanas de julio, el Taller sobre "Pobreza urbana en Centroamerica", organizado conjuntamente con el Social Science Research Council, y en el que participan jovenes investigadores de la tematica de toda la region. (1) | costarica/aca02/flacsocr_mu.html |

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Basically the culture of Panama is a mixture of Spanish, African, Native American, and North American traditions. The dances, music, and celebrations are colorful. During Carnival, the last four days before Lent, a variety of folk customs are discernible. The tamborito, danced to hand clapping and drums, dates from the 17th century; the cumbia is a dance of African origin. The archaeological site of Cocle, situated southwest of the Panama Canal near the Gulf of Panama, has yielded magnificent relics that have been dated from as early as 800. Gold jewelry (some inlaid with finely cut precious and semiprecious gems), helmets, and other artifacts believed to have originated at Cocle have been discovered as far north as the Yucatan Peninsula. The Museum of Panamanian Man, established in Panama City in 1976, houses a collection of archaeological and ethnographic materials. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

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Belize City. TURNEFFE ISLANDS. Belmopan. Benque Viejo del Carmen. Dangriga. Caribbean Sea. BELIZE. Glover Reef. Poptun. Big Creek. Roatan. Isla de Roatan. Isla de Guanaja. Punta Gorda. Gulf of Honduras. Isla de Utila. ISLAS DE LA BAHIA. ISLAS DE LA BAHIA. Puerto Castilla. Modesto Mendez. Puerto Cortes. Trujillo. GUATEMALA. Puerto Barrios. Tela. La Ceiba. Balfate. Lago de Izabal. San Pedro Sula. ATLANTIDA. Rio Aguan. COLON. Rio Sico. Rio Paulaya. Laguna de Brus. Los Amates. Rio Motagua. CORTES. El Progreso. San Lorenzo. Olanchito. Tocoa. Laguna de Caratasca. Gualan. Nueva Arcadia. Rio Chamelecon. El Llano. Santa Rita. YORO. Pueblo Viejo. San Esteban. COPAN. SANTA BARBARA. Lago de Lojon. Rio Sulaco. Yoro. Salama. OLANCHO. Dulce Nombre de Culmi. GRACIAS A DIOS. Puerto de Lempira. Santa Rosa de Copan. Rio Grande de Or[illegible]. Santa Barbara. COMAYAGUA. Siguatepeque. Cedros. Juticalpa. Catacamas. Auasbila. Leimus. Rio Coco. Ocotepeque. Nueva Ocotepeque. Metapan. Gracias. LEMPIRA. INTIBUCA. La Esperanza. Comayagua. FRANCISCO MORAZAN. Rio Jalan. Rio Patuca. Bonanza. Puerto Cabezas. CAYOS MISKITOS. La Virtud. Concepcion. LA PAZ. Lapaterique. Tegucigalpa. EL PARAISO. Danli. Sensuntepeque. Yuscaran. San Salvador. Sabana Grande. Rio Choluteca. San Vicente. EL SALVADOR. San Francisco. Ocotal. Santa Clara. Siuna. NICARAGUA. La Libertad. Inter-American Highway. San Miguel. VALLE. Nacaome. Pespire. Somoto. Quilali. Rio Prinzapolka. Prinzapolka. CHOLUTECA. San Sebastian de Yali. Usulutan. La Union. Golfo de Fonseca. El Triunfo. Somotillo. Esteli. Jinotega. Rio Grande de Matagalpa. NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN. Potosi. El Sauce. Matagalpa. Nuevo Amanecer. Chinandega. Inter-American Hhighway. Laguna de Perlas. Corinto. Leon. Boaco. Lago de Managua. (1) | honduras/gen01/Honduras_mu.jpg |

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Belize has established a National Protected Areas Conservation Trust Fund called PACT. The PACT will provide funds for supporting conservation and promoting environmentally sound management of Belize's natural and cultural resources to foster sustainable development. PACT is a bold and innovative strategy for non-traditional revenue generation. (1) | belize/www02/www_belizenet_com_mu.html |

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Between 1989 and 1994, the DCI was required to report to the intelligence and appropriations committees on how programs in Guatemala had been used "to further the objective of greater respect for human rights and what specific action will be taken in the ensuing period to further that objective." The requirement's language did not call explicitly for reporting on human rights abuses by the Guatemalan security services; nor did it call for a comprehensive report on the status of human rights in the country--in contrast, for example, to the requirement for the annual State Department human rights report. The CIA's semi-annual reports appear to have satisfied the letter of the requirement to report on how the program had been used "to further the objectives of greater respect for human rights." For CIA officials, the emphasis was clearly to be on the positive contributions of their activities. As several CIA officers have noted, in fact, the requirement to report was perceived to be an opportunity for the CIA to put its best foot forward. The officers preparing the reports believed, and still believe, that the program was a positive force for human rights in Guatemala and that the human rights situation had improved. The reports offered examples to support both convictions, such as the new human rights instruction offered at the Guatemalan intelligence school and the D-2's investigatory role in the unprecedented arrest of a senior naval officer for human rights violations. The semi-annual reports did not include information in the possession of the CIA concerning significant allegations of human rights abuses by the D-2 and Archivos. The omission of some of this information in reports that repeatedly referred to the security services roles in protecting human rights painted an incomplete picture of the Guatemalan security services. Although several of the reports, particularly before 1992, acknowledged significant continuing human rights violations, there was only one explicit reference in all the reports to an alleged violation by the D-2 or Archivos--and this reference dismissed the allegation in question. The station and DO were aware of a number of other allegations against the D-2 and Archivos from 1989 to 1994 that were not mentioned in the semi-annual reports. We conclude that the semi-annual reports' emphasis upon the program's positive contributions and their exclusion of much negative information were intentional and resulted from a number of factors. Principal among these were (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

Beyond environmental concerns, some analysts are skeptical about the project's economic prospects. "There's an unfortunate tendency in Central America to look very strongly at their comparative advantages," said Costa Rica-based transport economist Warren Crowther. "From this point of view Nicaragua sounds like a dream. But when you get to see what all the other players are doing and what your competitors can come up with, I really wonder." "These same outfits came here with the idea of selling the Costa Ricans big on this," he said. "My own hypothesis is that these guys are really more interested in getting feasibility studies done and getting consulting fees than in getting any dry canal done." Responded Bosco (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

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Bienvenido a la Corporacion BFA, un conglomerado de empresas que ofrece productos y servicios financieros a clientes nacionales e internacionales, asegurando un servicio de excelencia bajo un marco de reconocida solvencia moral y economica. La Corporacion BFA inicio sus actividades en 1984 con la apertura del Banco de Fomento Agricola, hoy Banco BFA; y junto con la apertura del sector financiero en Costa Rica la Corporacion ha experimentado un crecimiento constante, gracias a las inversiones y los servicios que presta a traves de sus diversas empresas (1) | crwww/eco08/www_bfa_fi_cr_mu.html |

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Bienvenido al Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y el Arte de El Salvador **-CONCULTURA-**. En este sitio encontrara informacion sobre nuestro arte, patrimonio cultural y mucho mas. .... Gracias por su visita y esperamos la pase bien .... (1) | salvador/gov03/~cultura_mu.html |

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BioEsfera Project. First Spanish-Tropical Forest Archeology Workshop. La Escuela Rice. The Rice School. March 11-18, 1995. San Andres, Peten, Guatemala. (1) | guatemala/etp02/bioesfera_home_mu.html |

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BioEsfera was made possible thanks to not only the participants but to the support of all of the Escuela Rice community, including a heavy economic participation from the Parents Group. BioEsfera took 12 teachers from grades K through 8 to the town of San Andres, Peten, in northern Guatemala, during the Spring Break of 1995. (1) | guatemala/etp02/bioesfera_home_mu.html |

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Bodybuilder Rushiel Bevans was the only Belizean to win gold. Michael Mckoy won silver in both the decathlon and 4 x 400 relay. Elston Shaw also won two silver medals - in the long jump and 4 x 400 relay. Bodybuilder Nelson Nolberto, boxer Michael Soberanis, the female softball team, and Matthew Anderson, who competed in racquetball, rounded out the silver medal winners. Jason Jones and Albert Wade were the other members of the 4 x 400 relay team that brought home silver. Boxers Joseph Eagan and Errol Banner; the male softball team; bodybuilder Dillon Jones; track and field athletes, Adrian Jorgensen, Alton Berry, Albert Wade and Mera Belisle; and the male beach volleyball team claimed bronze for Belize. According to a release from the Belize Olympic Committee, Belize also won two bronze medals in rowing, the single and double males. (1) | belize/nan01/amandala_mu.html |

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Bosco said he envisions the railroad as "kind of a spinal cord across the country," along which commerce and light industry can develop. If successful, the dry canal will send a strong signal to foreign investors that Nicaragua welcomes them, said Juan Carlos Rivas, a Nicaraguan then executive director of the consortium. "It will change forever the image of Nicaragua as an unstable, conflict-plagued country, to one of a country at peace and in full development." Rivas has since left the consortium. While neither opposing nor supporting the dry canal, Hector Mairena of the Nicaraguan Environmental Movement faulted both CINN and the government for failing to encourage more public participation on the issue. Because the project transcends the interests of one government or generation, he said, the whole society needs to be involved in examining the social and environmental costs, perhaps through a national referendum. (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

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By Gaspar Pedro Gonzalez, a Mayan writer who is an official of the Ministry of Culture in Guatemala. This excerpt is part of chapter 1 of the first novel ever by a Mayan writer, telling the story of life in a remote Mayan village in the Guatemalan highlands as experienced by mayans who live there. Translated by Fernando Penalosa and Janet Sawyer, copyright 1995, Yax (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

By November, international support for Belize was virtually unanimous. A.U.N. resolution (A/35/596) called for independence for Belize without conditions, and security, by the end of 1981. This time the United States of America, which had previously abstained on all the Belize resolutions since 1975, voted in favour, and no country voted against. The Organization of American States, which had traditionally taken Guatemala's side in the controversy, endorsed by an overwhelming majority the U.N. resolution calling for an independent Belize secure and without conditions before the end of 1981. (3) (1) | belize/gov01/belize_mu.html |

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C ada nuevo periodo anual renacen las esperanzas en el pueblo hondureno que, en esta ocasion, son incrementadas por el nuevo gobierno que asumira el poder en los proximos dias. Propicia la jornada, la principio del ano, para senalar aquellos temas fundamentales sobre los que debe recaer la accion gubernamental durante los proximos 365 dias. (1) | honduras/nan03/www_laprensahn_com_mu.html |

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CONFIDENTIAL, FOR YOU EYES ONLY! More news from 'ol Santa ... Guess what? He's asked us (by e-mail of course) to do a few chores for him. Among them, say the following words to our Principal... HAPPY BIRTHDAY MR. LARRY SMITH! May each and every day of your life be a joyous Holiday for you and your family... - Congratulations to Mr. Jaime Comandari, Dean of Students, for an outstandiing performance at the Central American Games recently held in Honduras. He won GOLD and SILVER medals in Shot Put and Discus throw! Way to go! And thank you for this Christmas present to the entire EA family and the country! - Congratulations to the newly formed chapter of the American Technology Honor Society ... ATHS Officers Jacob Toronto President Carlos Castaneda Vice-President Fiorella Bove Secretary Gustavo Samour Treasurer Lorraine Molina Representant to the student council Ximena Marinero Representant to the student council (1) | salvador/res01/www_amschool_edu_sv_mu.html |

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Casa de Espanol Xelajul(pronounced shay-la-hoo') also known as CEX, has been in operation since 1987. CEX is committed to teaching language in the context of cultural understanding and social responsibility. CEX is one of the first Spanish language schools in Quetzaltenango, and the first alternative language school in Guatemala. (1) | guatemala/spm02/casa_mu.html |

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Concerns for source protection also led the DO to restrict the dissemination of some reports to a very limited number of recipients at the Department of State and other agencies. This at times denied lower-level officers access to important information affecting issues on which they were working. Some of the DO's concerns over the State Department's handling of intelligence appeared, however, to be well-founded. One former ambassador had been cited often for not appropriately safeguarding classified documents; he had also relayed sensitive intelligence to the State Department via an unauthorized cable channel--but there is no indication that these lapses resulted in the compromise of any intelligence sources or methods. A State IG investigation of another State Department official, however, found that he had passed Guatemala-related classified information to a member of Congress without proper authorization, may have also provided- classified information to members of the press, and had prepared classified documents on his home computer that he then telecopied over unsecure telephone lines. DIA overly restricted the dissemination of some reports, apparently unintentionally. Twenty reports related to Guatemala with special handling classification were not sent to the State Department or CIA headquarters because of a mistaken assumption that reports transmitted to DIA headquarters would automatically be readdressed to other agencies. All of the reports, however, were shared with embassy and station officers in Guatemala. DIA now checks the proper dissemination of specially handled reports daily. The computer retrieval systems at three agencies also posed problems at times. When the DO conducted a records search on a potential asset, it failed to uncover an earlier intelligence report alleging that the individual in question had been involved in a serious abuse of human rights. This apparently occurred because intelligence reports were not normally retrievable in a standard DO record search unless the originator had "indexed" the report with the names of those mentioned in it. The station had failed to do so for the report in question. The DO has since upgraded its retrieval system to search the full texts of intelligence reports rather than just indexed terms and is now working to digitize all nonelectronic holdings. At the State Department, the Inspector General noted that the department's Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR) lacked a systematic method for document storage and for the retrieval of intelligence information. The IG noted that this complicated its own investigations for this review, because INR repeatedly failed to retrieve relevant documents from its electronic database. The IOB recommends that the State Department promptly examine and correct this shortcoming. At the Department of Justice, intelligence relevant to the investigation of the DeVine murder was not uncovered despite being available in DOJ records. The attorney investigating the case in 1991 requested information from the FBI, but there is no evidence that the FBI ever checked its own computerized files. The DOJ attorney did not seek information on DeVine from any other DOJ elements, such as the Office of International Affairs, which had relevant information in its files. The Department of Justice has since implemented a new system to track classified documents received by DOJ and has requested that the FBI take appropriate action to ensure better responsiveness to inquiries from DOJ attorneys for information within FBI files. In addition, as noted above, DOJ has recently completed a second investigation into the DeVine case that incorporated the information not located in its initial investigation. (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

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Conjutamente con la Fundacion Universitaria Centroamericana, con sede en Honduras, integrado por cientificos sociales vinculada por muchos anos al Programa de XXXX en Costa Rica, se ha venido trabajando en la implementacion de un Diplomado Superior en Poblacion y Desarrollo que tendria su sede en Tegucigalpa, aunque con ambito regional. Se espera abrirlo oficialmente en el transcurso de 1997. (1) | costarica/aca02/flacsocr_mu.html |

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Corresponde a la Asamblea Legislativa facultar al OrganoEjecutivo para que contrate emprestitos voluntarios, dentro o fuera dela Republica, cuando un a grave y urgente necesidad lo demande, y paraque garantice obligaciones contraidas por entidades estatales omunicipales de interes publico. Los compromisos contraidos de conformidad con esta disposiciondebera ;n ser sometidos al conocimiento del Organo Legislativo, el cual nopodra aprobarlos con menos de los dos tercios de votos de los Diputadoselectos. El decreto legislativo en que se autorice la emision ocontratacion de un empraeacu te;stito debera expresar claramenteel fin a que se destinaran los fondos de este y, en general,todas las condiciones esenciales de la operacion. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

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Cuando desaparezcan las circunstancias que motivaron lasuspension de las garantias constitucionales, la AsambleaLegislativa, o el Consejo de Ministros, segun el caso , deberarestablecer tales garantias. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Cuando el Estado tenga que celebrar contratos pararealizar obr as o adquirir bienes muebles en que hayan de comprometerse fondos obienes publicos, deberan someterse dichas obras o suministros alicitacion publica, excepto en los casos determinados por laley. No se celebrara cont ratos en que la decision, en caso decontroversia, corresponda a tribunales de un estado extranjero. Lo dispuesto en los incisos anteriores se aplicara a lasMunicipalidades. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Cuando el Organo Ejecutivo vetare un proyecto de ley, lodevolvera a la Asamblea dentro de los ocho dias siguientes al desu recibo, puntualizando las razones en que funda su veto; si dentro deltermino expresado no lo devolviere se tendra por sancionado y lopublicara como ley. En caso de veto, la Asamblea reconsiderara el proyecto, y si loratificare con los dos tercios de votos, por lo menos de los Diputados electos,lo enviaraa acute; de nuevo al Ejecutivo, y este deberasancionarlo y mandarlo publicar. Si lo devolviere con observaciones, la Asamblea las considerara yresolvera lo que crea conveniente por la mayoria establecida enel Art. 123 , y lo enviara al Ejecutivo, quien debera sancionarloy mandarlo publicar. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Cuando faltan solo 47 dias para las elecciones presidenciales, el socialcristiano Miguel Angel Rodriguez mantiene una ventaja de 11,1 puntos porcentuales sobre el liberacionista Jose Miguel Corrales. (1) | costarica/pol01/home_elecciones_mu.html |

Cuando la devolucion de un proyecto de ley se debea que el Organo Ejecutivo lo considera inconstitucional, y el OrganoLegislativo lo ratifica en la forma establecida en el articulo queantecede, debera el Ejecutivo dirigirse a la Corte Suprema de Justiciadentro del tercer dia, para que esta, oyendo las razones de ambosOrganos, decida si es o no constitucio nal, a mas tardar dentro de quincedias. Si la Corte decidiere que el proyecto es constitucional, elOrgano ejecutivo estara en la obligacion de sancionarlo ypublicarlo como ley. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Cuando la ley lo a utorice, el Estado, par alaconsecucion de sus fines, podra separar bienes de la masa de laHacienda Publica o asignar recursos del Fondo General, para laconstitucion o incremento de patrimonios especiales destinados ainstitucion es publicas. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Cuando un proyecto de ley fuere desechado o no fuereratificado, no podra ser propuesto dentro de los p roximos seismeses. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Cuatro ahogados (1) | nicaragua/nan04/www_laprensa_com_ni_mu.html |

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Current Account -22.70 -12.80 -2.80 2.60 -15 -29.80 6.40 -42.20 -37.50 -56.20 Exports, fob 72.9 63.8 74.3 102.8 116.3 124.6 132.8 123.0 140.5 136.0 Imports, cif 112.2 108.0 110.2 142.9 181.2 215.7 211.2 256.8 274.7 286.2 Trade Balance -39.30 -44.20 -35.90 -40.10 -64.90 -91.10 -78.40 -133.80 -134.20 -150.20 Services (net) 4.10 12.40 21.80 27.50 37 45 68.40 76.4 77.9 75. Private Transfers, net 12.5 19.0 11.3 15.2 12.9 16.3 16.4 15.2 18.8 18. Capital Account 14.0 22.8 13.6 7.2 33.9 41.2 4.3 20.5 38.4 42. Official Transfers, net 11.0 9.4 9.6 15.7 10.6 11.3 13.1 12.6 10.8 9. Public Sector 4.5 14.0 6.5 2.9 9.1 14.5 8.5 13.7 19.7 22. Private Sector -10.0 4.0 -2.7 2.40 16.70 6.90 14.10 10.90 30.80 10. Errors a Omissions 8.50 -4.60 .20 -13.80 -2.50 8.50 -31.40 -16.7 -22. Overall Balance -8.70 10 10.80 9.80 18.90 11.40 10.70 -21.70 .90 -14 (1) | belize/eco02/BELCEN_mu.html |

Current Account Balance -1221 -918 -1180 20 -335 -1430 -1363 -1753 -1973 -1894 -1966 -1715 Exports, FOB 294 333 359 371 320 324 355 376 546 557 586 620 Imports, FOB 1276 1239 1122 1158 732 890 1345 1524 1825 1992 2172 2337 Trade Balance -982 -906 -763 -787 -412 -566 -990 -1148 -1279 -1435 -1586 -1717 Petroleum Trade, net -173 -199 -122 -125 -82 -109 -149 -168 -186 -155 -169 -105 Services, net -34 197 -286 950 180 -733 -220 -435 -501 -297 -203 111 Private Transfers, net -32 -10 -9 -18 -21 -22 -4 -2 -7 -7 -8 -4 Capital Account Balance [a] 321 273 230 -1283 -1124 -5 -405 314 933 -630 1115 299 Official Transfers, net 204 204 199 194 146 119 282 290 402 278 228 232 Direct Investment, net -60 124 172 -782 263 1026 -121 138 172 -301 85 -60 Direct Private Borrowing, net -9 -195 24 -14 106 -132 -337 6 -55 -672 415 -115 Priv. Banks' Mon. Mvmts., net 73 0 0 308 281 -69 -577 -491 -384 -208 -405 -500 Official, net 99 -191 -276 -419 -1073 -580 27 -175 213 -182 -221 -234 Other Off. Bank Trans., net 17 -13 -5 -44 -11 -20 -9 -7 -17 -13 -12 -11 Other Private, incl. EaO, net -3 344 116 -526 -836 -349 330 553 602 468 1025 987 Overall Balance -900 -645 -950 -1263 -1459 -1435 -1768 -1439 -1040 -2524 -851 -1416 (1) | panama/eco02/pancen_mu.html |

Current Account Balance -230 -263 -107 -238 -234 -466 -359 -296 -378 -299 -302 -470 Exports, fob 726 695 755 591 610 497 582 588 598 732 819 1005 Imports, cif 978 961 935 994 1007 1161 1263 1406 1699 1912 2252 2854 Trade Balance -252 -266 -180 -403 -397 -664 -681 -818 -1101 -1180 -1433 -1849 Services, net -116 -110 -87 -30 -58 -39 -23 -21 15 58 130 184 Private Transfers, net 138 113 160 195 221 237 345 543 708 823 1001 1195 Capital Account Balance 259 305 148 332 171 503 514 316 443 425 445 617 Official Transfers, net 177 206 224 378 288 282 223 179 227 220 284 194 Direct Investment, net 12 Private, M-T a L-T, net -15 -5 -51 -24 -154 -66 264 99 85 148 15 16 Private, Short-Term, net 50 Official, net 92 91 51 40 56 150 89 117 161 130 177 124 Financial Intermediaries, net -16 -76 -73 -70 -79 67 42 -79 -30 -73 -31 283 Other, net [a] 21 27 -3 8 60 70 -104 0 0 0 0 0 Overall Balance, net 29 42 41 94 -63 37 155 20 65 126 143 147 (1) | salvador/eco03/escen_mu.html |

Current Account Balance -386 -353 -258 -340 -329 -338 -306 -341 -445 -405 -439 -316 Exports, fob 737 796 894 822 881 903 887 835 833 873 939 1190 Imports, cif 885 892 879 -871 923 956 907 912 990 1320 1481 1665 Trade Balance -148 -96 15 -49 -42 -53 -20 -77 -157 -447 -542 -475 Services, net [a] -248 -270 -290 -307 -305 -310 -311 -292 -317 -26 10 32 Private Transfers, net [b] 10 13 17 16 18 25 25 28 29 68 93 127 Capital Account Balance 381 388 307 419 437 440 472 304 356 332 313 322 Official Transfers, net 70 133 141 176 218 168 255 169 187 150 128 133 Direct Investment, net 20 28 30 39 48 51 44 52 48 27 35 50 Priv., M-T a L-T, net -56 -28 -42 -25 -25 -18 -22 -28 -30 4 1 5 Priv., Short-Term, net 16 -32 0 11 5 -10 -28 41 -37 -1 84 40 Official, net 309 196 140 164 177 247 184 74 191 165 83 101 Financial Intermeds., net 22 91 38 54 14 2 39 -4 -3 -13 -18 -7 Errors and Omissions -35 -39 -40 -31 -82 -104 -128 85 140 -119 106 6 Overall Balance -40 -4 9 48 26 -2 38 48 51 -192 -20 12 (1) | honduras/eco02/honcen_mu.html |

Current Account Balance -761 -912 -774 -861 -894 -615 -575 -940 -1179 -954 -1030 -843 Exports, fob 412 305 258 295 236 290 331 272 223 267 351 525 Imports, cif 811 867 753 817 791 603 636 751 855 744 875 949 Trade Balance -399 -562 -495 -522 -555 -313 -306 -479 -632 -477 -524 -424 Services, net -364 -364 -279 -339 -339 -302 -269 -471 -557 -502 -536 -454 Private Transfers, net [c] 2 14 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 25 30 35 Capital Account Balance 280 422 -140 84 320 -100 Official Transfers, net 88 113 115 135 189 169 Private, net -88 -226 -194 -142 122 -168 Nonfin'l Public Sector, net 212 402 467 402 249 261 Financial Public Sector, net 176 173 130 60 31 17 Unpaid Amortization -179 -169 -677 -372 -278 -379 Rescheduling of Curr. Obligations 71 129 19 1 7 SDR Allocations and Other 0 0 0 0 0 Overall Balance -481 -490 -914 -777 -574 -715 (1) | nicaragua/eco04/niccen_mu.html |

Current Activites (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

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Current Revenue 18.2 17.2 18.5 16.5 14.4 12.2 12.8 14.0 14.1 14.3 16.0 16.1 Current Expenditure 19.4 16.3 15.6 15.2 14.1 14.0 13.2 14.8 13.9 13.5 14.0 12.9 Current Surplus/Deficit -1.2 0.9 2.9 1.3 0.3 -1.8 -0.4 -0.8 0.2 0.8 2.0 3.2 Capital Revenue 0.1 0.1 0.0 0.1 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.0 0.0 0.1 0.3 0.0 Capital Expenditure 6.2 5.5 4.8 4.5 3.9 4.5 2.7 4.1 6.5 4.6 4.2 4.1 Net Lending 1.4 -0.2 0.6 0.1 0.2 0.3 -0.2 0.0 0.2 0.0 0.1 0.0 Overall Surplus/Deficit -8.7 -4.3 -2.5 -3.2 -3.8 -6.6 -2.8 -4.9 -6.5 -3.7 -2.0 -0.9 (1) | salvador/eco03/escen_mu.html |

Current Revenue 28.50 30.80 29 30.10 31.10 30.50 28.30 Current Expenditure 20.20 19.20 18.80 18.10 19 21.50 23.10 Current Surplus/Deficit 8.30 11.60 10.20 12.10 12.10 9.10 5.20 Capital Revenue 3.30 6.90 2.70 3 7.70 4.30 1.80 Capital Expend./Net Lending 7.20 10.20 14.20 15.60 24.10 22.80 19. Overall Surplus/Deficit 4.40 8.40 -1.30 -.60 -4.30 -9.50 - (1) | belize/eco02/BELCEN_mu.html |

Current Revenue and Transfers 20.9 22.0 22.0 22.6 22.4 20.1 23.0 24.6 25.4 24.7 24.4 31.5 Current Expenditures 19.4 20.7 21.3 21.6 21.5 20.9 22.1 21.1 19.7 21.2 19.5 23.7 Current Surplus/Deficit 1.5 1.3 0.7 1.0 0.9 -0.8 0.8 3.5 5.7 3.5 4.9 7.8 Capital Revenues 0.3 0.7 0.6 0.3 0.2 0.1 0.0 0.1 0.6 0.2 0.4 0.3 Capital Expenditures 11.3 8.9 6.6 5.1 5.6 5.9 6.3 6.6 10.8 13.8 12.8 9.8 Net Lending 1.3 0.9 0.9 1.0 0.7 1.2 0.5 0.6 0.3 0.4 0.0 0.6 Overall Surplus/Deficit [e] -10.8 -7.8 -6.2 -4.8 -5.2 -7.8 -6.0 -3.6 -4.8 -10.5 -7.5 -2.3 (1) | honduras/eco02/honcen_mu.html |

Current Revenues and Transfers 39.1 36.6 36.2 29.7 21.4 23.3 18.0 26.6 35.4 33.0 29.3 28.8 Current Expenditures 43.5 50.4 44.3 41.5 39.3 24.8 31.0 29.4 34.0 30.1 26.7 25.0 Current Surplus/Deficit -4.4 -13.8 -8.0 -11.8 -17.9 -1.6 -12.9 -2.9 1.4 2.9 2.6 3.8 Capital Revenue 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.1 0.2 0.2 0.3 0.3 0.5 Capital Expenditures 17.0 9.1 7.3 6.5 6.7 3.7 1.5 5.7 10.3 11.2 15.0 15.6 Overall Surplus/Deficit -21.3 -22.7 -15.1 -18.1 -24.5 -5.1 -14.3 -8.3 -8.7 -7.6 -12.1 -11.3 (1) | nicaragua/eco04/niccen_mu.html |

Current and on-going geological investigations in Honduras (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

Current and upcoming exhibitions. Currently (1) | guatemala/art02/www_artemaya_com_mu.html |

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DATATEX 278 21.21 En COMPUTACION... su MEJOR OPCION (1) | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html |

DATOS GENERALES. AGENDA. OTROS SERVIDORES. (1) | nicaragua/gov01/www_asamblea_gob_ni_mu.html |

DDHH en Honduras (2) | honduras/hum03/links_mu.html | honduras/hum03/links_mu.html |

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Daniel "Sky" Callahan, a US citizen, was filming a documentary in Guatemala City for a human rights organization when on July 4, 1995, a soldier hit his legs with a baton or rifle butt while he was filming. On July 7, Callahan was forced into a car, beaten, and threatened with additional harm if he did not leave Guatemala. One of his attackers also made reference to the July 4 attack. Callahan returned to the United States for medical treatment on July 10, 1995. The Department of Justice is currently investigating the Callahan case to determine whether it falls under US jurisdiction. Significant intelligence bearing on the Callahan case (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

Daniel Callahan (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

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Dates for Open Houses There will be two High School Open Houses, the first one will be held on Thursday, Aug. 14 at 6 (1) | salvador/res01/www_amschool_edu_sv_mu.html |

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De regreso a la Pagina de Juan Carlos Escobedo (1) | guatemala/art03/lit_mu.html |

Deben regularse precios en venta de ropa y calzado de segunda (1) | honduras/nan03/www_laprensahn_com_mu.html |

Deborah De Moss receives rights prize (1) | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html |

Debt Outstanding (US$ m.) 97.1 118.2 120.6 117.8 123.1 130.4 133.0 150.6 144. Debt Oustanding/GDP (%) 53.0 63.6 58.6 42.7 39.3 36.1 33.8 35.8 31. Debt Service/Exports (%) 5.5 11.6 10.2 7.0 6.1 4.9 6.0 6.0 4.9 5. (1) | belize/eco02/BELCEN_mu.html |

Debt Outstanding, 12/31 (US$ m.) 3946 4575 5321 6262 6773 8069 10715 10313 10792 10987 11695 10242 Debt Outstanding/GDP (%) 139.8 163.3 188.2 215.0 243.2 508.0 Debt Service/Exports-Contractual (%) 102.8 134.2 329.9 205.9 220.9 Debt Service/Exports-Paid (%) 16.7 19.5 15.5 13.7 18.3 (1) | nicaragua/eco04/niccen_mu.html |

Debt Outstanding, 12/31 (US$ m.) [c] 3795 3699 3548 3494 3663 3710 Debt Outstanding/GDP 70.4 62.5 53.1 49.2 49.4 48.6 Debt Service/Exports [d] 28.1 32.7 67.2 20.1 25.5 (1) | panama/eco02/pancen_mu.html |

Debt Outstanding,12/31 (US$ m.) [b] 1769 1867 1808 1716 1761 2089 2130 2101 2338 1711 2069 2243 Debt Outstanding/GDP (%) [b] 46.0 46.0 50.5 41.5 38.1 47.8 44.9 39.6 39.3 24.6 25.6 23.2 Debt Service/Exports (%) 29.3 32.3 35.9 38.7 36.4 31.8 27.9 42.3 38.8 31.2 30.9 (1) | salvador/eco03/escen_mu.html |

Debt Outstdanding, 12/31 (US$ m.) 2121 2587 2849 3187 3205 3245 3413 3262 3403 3607 3820 4038 Debt Outstanding/GDP (%) [c] 63.9 71.1 74.8 76.8 69.3 82.9 113.2 106.4 100.1 103.6 117.4 102.0 Debt Service/Exports (%) [d] 22.9 24.9 29.2 34.8 31.5 34.4 42.1 42.0 40.0 35.0 33.9 33.7 (1) | honduras/eco02/honcen_mu.html |

Dec 07, 1997 (UDP cold, selfish - Brackett) (1) | belize/nan02/www_belizetimes_com_mu.html |

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Dec 21, 1997 (Oh Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree) (1) | belize/nan02/www_belizetimes_com_mu.html |

Dec.1994 - Jan.1995 (1) | honduras/tra02/Honduras_mu.html |

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Declaracion Publica (1) | guatemala/org03/fdng_mu.html |

Declarada la suspension de garantiasconstitucionales, sera de la competencia de tribunales militaresespeciales el conocimiento de los delitos contra la existencia yorganizacion del Estado, contra la personalidad internacional o lapersonalidad interna del mismo y contra la paz publica, as i comode los delitos de trascendencia internacional. En el decreto desuspension de garantias constitucionales, podra excluirsedel conocimiento de los tribunales militares especiales, alguno o algunos delos delitos antes mencion ados en atencion a las circunstancias quemotivaron la suspension de dichas garantias. Los juicios que al tiempo de decretarse la suspension degarantias esten pendientes ante las autoridades comunes,continuara aacute;n bajo el conocimiento de estas. Restablecidas las garantias constitucionales, los tribunales militaresespeciales continuaran conociendo de las causas que se encuentrenpendientes ante ellos. Una ley especial de proce dimientos regulara esta materia. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Decreto Legislativo No. 287 y publicado en el DIARIO OFICIAL el 10 de agosto de 1992. (1) | salvador/gov02/www_conacyt_gob_sv_mu.html |

Deep Sea Fishing (1) | guatemala/tra06/guatunl_mu.htm |

Deer and Jaguar Live Together--But Not for Long! (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

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Delegation to Guatemala- Spring ‘95 (1) | guatemala/etp05/~sisteru_mu.html |

Dengue fever, malaria, rabies and yellow fever (1) | panama/tra02/pan_mu.htm |

Dennis Hopper (1) | nicaragua/tra05/jordi_mu.html |

Dentro de la potestad de administras justicia,corresponde a los tribunales, en los casos en que tengan que pronunciarsentencia, declarar la inaplicabilidad de cualquier ley o disposicion delos otros Organos, contraria a los preceptos constitucionales. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

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Desde que se declare por la Asamblea Legislativa o por laCorte Suprema de Justicia, que hay luga r a formacion de causa, elindiciado quedara suspendido en el ejercicio de sus funciones y porningun motivo podra continuar en su cargo. En caso contrario sehara culpable del delito de prolongacion de funciones. Si lasentencia fuere condenatoria, por el mismo hecho quedara depuesto delcargo. Si fuere absolutoria, volvera al ejercicio de sus funciones, siel cargo fuere de aquellos que se confieren por tiempo determinado y no hubiereexpirada el perai acute;odo de la eleccion o del nombramiento. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

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Don't be deterred by this town's nickname of Gringotenango ('place of the foreigners'), nor by the town's lack of colonial architecture or colourful market. The attraction here is the absolutely gorgeous caldera lake (a water-filled collapsed volcanic cone). Since the hippy days of the 1960s, laid-back travellers have flocked here to swim in Lago de Atitlan and generally chill out. Volcanoes surround the lake, and the town is the starting point for excursions to the smaller, more traditional indigenous villages on the western and southern shores of the lake. The most popular day-trip destination is Santiago Atitlan , with its colourfully dressed locals and a unique, cigar-smoking local deity called Maximon. The market town of Solola has been attracting traders for centuries, and the town's main plaza continues to throb with activity on market days. Village life can be sampled at Santa Catarina Palopa , while lakeside San Pedro La Laguna is perhaps more attractive because it is less visited. (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

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During the course, one may choose to live with a Guatemalan family here in Antigua. All families are within walking distance of the school. The accommodations are modest, but each student has his own room. Living arrangements can be made for couples and families, but it is necessary to arrange this well in advance of arrival. Students may also make their own living arrangements in a hotel, pension, or private home. We can provide recommendations. (1) | guatemala/spm07/proyecto_ling_mu.html |

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E n su mensaje de fin de ano el presidente Carlos Roberto Reina dijo que cumplio con las misiones encomendadas por el pueblo, como el "rostro humano", ya que su gobierno atendio las necesidades de los sectores menos favorecidos. (1) | honduras/nan03/www_laprensahn_com_mu.html |

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EDITORIAL. Pasaron treintiseis de anos de guerra interna, sin vencidos ni vencedores, el ano recien finalizado, nos dejo un sabor a Paz. Ahora el ano nuevo uQue se espera de esa paz que se suscribio? todos esperamos que los acuerdos suscritos sean cumplidos y verificados por las partes correspondientes tanto nacionales como internacioneles. El resultado de esta firma de paz es el compromiso para impulsar cambios estructurales culturales, sociales economicos, politicos guatemaltecas, las cuales dejan aspectos positivos, logrado con este ultimo acuerdo de Paz. Sin embargo la sangre de los ciento cincuenta mil martires que fueron como sacrificio, de esta anciada y anhelada paz no fueron invalidos sino logro el objetivo y la finalidad que ellos tenian en mente y la cual ofrendaron sus vidas. El pueblo Maya, se encuentra en la espera del cumplimiento real de los diez acuerdos suscritos entre las partes. Para que los hermanos refugiados, en paises circunvecinas puedan regresar a esta tierra bendita que les dio nacer, LA TIERRA DEL MAIZ Y DE LA MARIMBA. Tal vez en base del cumplimiento de estos acuerdos, puedan lograr un beneficio de su comunidad. Pero resulta despues de haberse firmado esa paz, unos dias despues, supuestamente surge un nuevo movimiento de insurgente denominado Frente Revolucionario No alineado FRNA, en el departamento de Huehuetenango. Entonces pone en duda esa firma de paz del ano l996, como que si hubiera division de mando en la cupula de la URNG. La duda de los habitantes de Huehuetenango tuvo a bien un vecino de preguntar a estos senores y la cual respondieron, que ellos desconocen la firma de paz que se suscribio entre gobierno y la Unidad Revolucionaria Guatemalteca URNG. Su discurso consistio que en Guatemala, no se toma en cuenta al indigena y a los pobres, el cual hace necesario organizarse en movimiento revolucionario, solo en esta forma se llega tener igualdad y sin discriminacion alguna. Al pueblo Maya le corresponde por todos los medios y formas de expresion y junto a los demas sectores sociales, construir el estado Multicultural, multietnico y democratico para que sea efectivo. EL PROBLEMA DE LAS TIERRAS. Nuestra Guatemala, esta lleno de problemas si por un lado se firma la paz y por otro lado estalla un conflicto de tierra. Las fuerzas represivas del estado (1) | guatemala/org02/MAYA_boletin1_mu.htm |

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ENCUESTAS (1) | costarica/pol01/home_elecciones_mu.html |

ENEL. Empresa Nicaraguense de Electricidad (1) | nicaragua/pol01/www_nfdd_org_mu.html |

ENG/ING (2) | honduras/hum03/links_mu.html | honduras/hum03/links_mu.html |

ENGLISH (1) | crwww/bus04/www_racsa_co_cr_mu.html |

ENGLISH (1) | guatemala/res03/www_uvg_edu_gt_mu.html |

ENROLLMENT (1) | costarica/spa05/universal_mu.html |

ENSENANZAS (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

ENTERTAINMENT (1) | honduras/tra03/travel_mu.html |

ENVIANOS TUS COMENTARIOS Y COLABORACIONES (1) | nicaragua/res01/www_angel_org_ni_mu.html |

ENVIENOS E-MAIL (1) | guatemala/www03/guacente_mu.html |

ENVIRONMENT (2) | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html |

EQUIPO NIZKOR (2) | honduras/hum03/links_mu.html | honduras/hum03/links_mu.html |

ERIC (1) | nicaragua/tra05/jordi_mu.html |

ESCRIBENOS (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

ESCUELA IDIOMAS D'AMORE. Spanish Immersion Center (1) | costarica/spa01/damore_mu.html |

ESCULTORES (1) | costarica/art01/arte_mu.html |

ESEN (1) | salvador/res03/www_esen_edu_sv_mu.html |

ESPECIAL (1) | nicaragua/res01/www_angel_org_ni_mu.html |

ESTA PAGINA (1) | guatemala/www03/guacente_mu.html |

ESTA SEMANA (1) | crwww/eco09/www_microempresa_or_cr_mu.html |

ESTACION 21 (1) | costarica/nan01/www_nacion_co_cr_mu.html |

ESTATUTOS (1) | costarica/pol06/www_pusc_or_cr_mu.html |

ESTE ESPACIO PUEDE SER SU ANUNCIO (1) | nicaragua/nan02/www_ciberdiario_com_ni_mu.html |

ESTOS NINOS (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

ETHNIC ART -- PROPAITH and the Honduran Institute of Anthropology and History is sponsoring exhibitions and the sale of traditional indigenous arts and crafts. The exhibit is open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday at PROPAITH located on Calle Morelos in front of the Museo de Historia Republicana in Villa Roy, Barrio Buenos Aires. Call 38-0608 for more information. (1) | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html |

EU EMISORAS UNIDAS (1) | guatemala/nan04/index_mu.html |

EU EMISORAS UNIDAS ONLINE (1) | guatemala/nan04/index_mu.html |

EVENTOS (1) | panama/nis05/www_sinfo_net_mu.html |

EVENTOS (1) | salvador/gov02/www_conacyt_gob_sv_mu.html |

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

EXPRESO (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

EXTERNAL SECTOR (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

EXTRACTOS DE LA GUERRA NACIONAL DE NICARAGUA DE 1856. (1) | nicaragua/www01/www_nicaragua-online_com_mu.html |

EXTREME WEATHER - (1) | belize/gen04/weather_mu.html |

Each teacher has written an essay about her/his experience in Guatemala and with the BioEsfera Project. In the (1) | guatemala/etp02/bioesfera_home_mu.html |

Each town and city in Nicaragua has annual celebrations for its patron saint. These celebrations, known as Toro Guaco , include distinctive masked processions and mock battles involving folkloric figures satirising the Spanish conquistadors. The most famous of these saints' days are held in honour of San Sebastian (January) and Santiago (July). (1) | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm |

Early Tertiary Sinistral Motion on the Guayape Fault of Honduras (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

Earthquakes (1) | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm |

Earthquakes and war have obliterated much tangible evidence of Nicaragua's cultural heritage, especially its colonial architecture - although Leon retains many fine old buildings. Poetry is one of Nicaragua's most beloved arts and no other Central American country can match its literary output. Ruben Dario (1867-1916) is known as the 'Prince of Spanish-American literature' and recent work by Nicaraguan poets, fiction writers and essayists can be found in most bookshops. Bluefields, the largely English-speaking town on the Caribbean coast, is a centre for reggae music. The Archipielago de Solentiname in Lago de Nicaragua is famous as a haven for artists, poets and craftspeople. Sandinista street art in the form of modernist murals is especially prominent in the university town of Leon. Spanish is the language of Nicaragua but English and a number of Indian languages are spoken on the Caribbean coast. The main religion is Catholicism, although there are a number of Protestant sects such as the Pentecostals and the Baptists. The Moravian church, introduced by British missionaries, is important on the Caribbean coast. A typical meal in Nicaragua consists of eggs or meat, beans and rice, salad (cabbage and tomatoes), tortillas and fruit in season. Most common of all Nicaraguan foods is gallo pinto , a blend of rice and beans, with cooking water from the beans added to colour the rice. Other traditional dishes include bajo , a mix of beef, green and ripe plantains and yucca (cassava), and vigoron , yucca served with fried pork skins and coleslaw. Street vendors sell interesting drinks such as tiste , made from cacao and corn, and posol con leche , a corn and milk drink. Nicaragua boasts the best beer and rum in Central America. (1) | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm |

Easily Accessible Preserves (1) | costarica/tra02/costa_mu.htm |

Easy Registration (1) | guatemala/spm02/casa_mu.html |

Eco Travels Book Store (Reviews) (1) | guatemala/etp03/mader_mu.html |

Eco Travels Calendar (1) | guatemala/etp03/mader_mu.html |

Eco Travels in Latin America (1) | guatemala/sus03/guatorg_mu.html |

Eco Travels in Latin America (3) | guatemala/spm10/schools_mu.html | guatemala/sus03/guatorg_mu.html | honduras/otr03/honparks_mu.html |

Eco-ESCUELA (1) | guatemala/spm03/eco_escuela_mu.html |

Eco-Escuela de Espanol - San Andres Peten (1) | guatemala/spm03/eco_escuela_mu.html |

Eco-Escuela students will be housed with San Andreno families. San Andrenos are noted for their warmth and friendliness. They will welcome you in their simple, well kept homes and they will make you feel at ease in this picturesque, rustic lakeside pueblo. (1) | guatemala/spm03/eco_escuela_mu.html |

EcoEscuela de Espanol (1) | guatemala/etp02/bioesfera_home_mu.html |

EcoTeach. Creating connectivity between Costa Rica and teh United States (1) | costarica/etp02/www_ecoteach_com_mu.html |

Ecologia (1) | costarica/gen02/www_tuanis_com_mu.html |

Ecologia (4) | guatemala/etp03/mader_mu.html | nicaragua/nan05/index_mu.html | panama/gen04/castellano_mu.html | salvador/nan02/www_elsalvador_com_mu.html |

Ecology (1) | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm |

Economia (2) | honduras/nan04/www_latribuna_hn_mu.html | nicaragua/nan04/www_laprensa_com_ni_mu.html |

Economia (3) | nicaragua/nan02/www_ciberdiario_com_ni_mu.html | salvador/nan02/www_elsalvador_com_mu.html | salvador/nan04/la_prensa_grafica_mu.html |

Economia a Negocios (1) | costarica/nan01/www_nacion_co_cr_mu.html |

Economic Evolution (1) | costarica/tra12/netinc_mu.html |

Economic Fact Sheet (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

Economic Overview (3) | guatemala/bec08/default_mu.html | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

Economic Trends and Outlook (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

Economic Update (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

Economic overview (7) | belize/gen03/bh_mu.htm | costarica/gen04/cs_mu.htm | guatemala/gen03/gt_mu.htm | honduras/gen05/ho_mu.htm | nicaragua/gen02/nu_mu.htm | panama/gen06/pm_mu.htm | salvador/gen02/es_mu.htm |

Economicas (3) | guatemala/res05/www_umg_edu_gt_mu.html | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html |

Economicas (1) | guatemala/res05/www_umg_edu_gt_mu.html |

Economy (5) | costarica/tra03/cr-handbook_mu.html | costarica/tra12/netinc_mu.html | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm | panama/tra02/pan_mu.htm |

Ecos del Comisionado Nacional (1) | honduras/hum01/index_mu.htm |

Ecosystems (1) | costarica/tra03/cr-handbook_mu.html |

Ecotourism (1) | belize/tra03/welcome_mu.htm |

Ecotourism (1) | belize/tra02/belize_mu.html |

Ed.Anteriores (2) | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html |

Edenia WWW (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

Edgar (1) | guatemala/www09/~chochi_mu.html |

Edicion Electronica .- (1) | honduras/nan04/www_latribuna_hn_mu.html |

Ediciones (1) | salvador/nan02/www_elsalvador_com_mu.html |

Ediciones Anteriores (1) | honduras/nan04/www_latribuna_hn_mu.html |

Ediciones anteriores (1) | honduras/nan03/www_laprensahn_com_mu.html |

Editorial (3) | crwww/eco09/www_microempresa_or_cr_mu.html | honduras/nan04/www_latribuna_hn_mu.html | nicaragua/res01/www_angel_org_ni_mu.html |

Editorial (2) | nicaragua/nan04/www_laprensa_com_ni_mu.html | panama/nan03/prensa_mu.html |

Editorial La Prensa (1) | panama/nan03/prensa_mu.html |

Editoriales (1) | salvador/nan02/www_elsalvador_com_mu.html |

Educacion (3) | panama/gen04/castellano_mu.html | panama/res01/www_pa_mu.html | panama/tra04/index_mu.html |

Educacion siempre (1) | nicaragua/nan04/www_laprensa_com_ni_mu.html |

Educacion y Capacitacion (1) | crwww/edu01/www_catie_ac_cr_mu.html |

Educacion y Salud (1) | salvador/eco02/AAPPAL_mu.HTM |

Education (4) | belize/www04/www_belizeweb_com_mu.html | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html | panama/gen05/stri_mu.htm |

Education Resources (1) | guatemala/etp03/mader_mu.html |

Education Resources (1) | guatemala/etp03/mader_mu.html |

Education in Panama is free and compulsory for children between the ages of 6 and 15. In the late 1980s about 346,100 pupils were enrolled in Panama's primary schools, which were staffed by some 13,700 teachers. Another 189,800 pupils attended the country's secondary schools. About 45,600 students were enrolled in Panama's two universities, the University of Panama (1935) and Santa Maria La Antigua University (1965), both in the city of Panama. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

Education, (1) | honduras/www02/www_honduras-resources_com_mu.html |

Educational (4) | costarica/spa01/damore_mu.html | costarica/spa05/universal_mu.html | costarica/spa06/rancho_mu.html | costarica/tra05/costarica_mu.html |

Educational resource. Ideas a contacts for field trips, study courses and volunteer work. (1) | belize/tra03/welcome_mu.htm |

Eficiencia Energetica (1) | nicaragua/gov05/www_ine_gob_ni_mu.html |

Efrain Bamaca Velasquez (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

Efrain Bamaca Velasquez, also known as "Commandante Everardo," was a Guatemalan guerrilla leader and the husband of Jennifer Harbury, a US citizen. Bamaca disappeared in a battle with the Guatemalan army on March 12, 1992. He was presumed to have died in combat until Santiago Cabrera Lopez--a captured guerrilla who had been forced to work for the army before escaping in December 1992--testified in early 1993 that he had seen Bamaca being interrogated by Colonel Alpirez and others between March and July 1992. Significant intelligence bearing on the disappearance of Efrain Bamaca (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

El Aeropuerto y Puerto Acajutla generaron a CEPA ingresos de c300 millones. En ambas se invirtieron c1,040 millones (1) | salvador/nan02/www_elsalvador_com_mu.html |

El Articulo 80 de La Constitucion dice que el Presidente y Vicepresidente de la Republica, los Diputados a la Asamblea Legislativa y al Parlamento Centroamericano (PARLACEN) y los miembros de los Concejos Municipales, son funcionarios de eleccion popular. Asi mismo en el Art. 83 de la Constitucion se menciona que El Salvador es un Estado soberano. La soberania reside en el pueblo, que la ejerce en la forma prescrita y dentro de los limites de esta Constitucion. (1) | salvador/pol02/tse_mu.html |

El Articulo 80 de la Constitucion; Politica dice que el Presidente y Vicepresidente de la Republica, los Diputados a la Asamblea Legislativa y al Parlamento Centroamericano y los miembros de los Concejos Municipales, son funcionarios de eleccion popular. (1) | salvador/pol02/tse_mu.html |

El COEN atendio aproximadamente 652 casos al termino del ano (1) | salvador/nan04/la_prensa_grafica_mu.html |

El CONACYT fue creado por la (1) | salvador/gov02/www_conacyt_gob_sv_mu.html |

El Canal de Panama (1) | panama/gen04/castellano_mu.html |

El Congreso de la Republica declara el 12 de noviembre dia de la Ciencia y Tecnologia (1) | guatemala/gov03/www_concyt_gob_gt_mu.html |

El Consejo Central de Elecciones estara formadopor tres miembros elegidos por la Asamblea Legislativa, de cada una de lasternas propuestas por los tres partidos politicos o coaliciones legalesque hayan obtenido mayor numero de votos en la ultimaeleccion presidencial. Habra tres miembros suplentes elegidos en la misma forma. El Presidentesera el del partido mayoritario. Duraran cinco anos ensus funciones. Si por cualquier circunstancia no se propusiere alguna terna, la AsambleaLegislativa hara la respectiva eleccion sin ella. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Consejo Nacional de la Judicatura es el organoe ncargado de proponer candidatos para los cargos de Magistrados de lasCamaras de segunda Instancia y de Jueces de Primera Instancia. La ley determinara la forma de designacion de sus miembros, susrequisitos, la duracion de sus funciones y demas materiasatingentes al Consejo. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Diario de Hoy (2) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html | salvador/www01/index_mu.html |

El Estado adoptara politicas de poblacioncon el fin de asegurar el mayor bienestar a los habitantes de laRepublica. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Estado dara asistencia gratuita a los enfermosque carezcan de recursos, a los habitantes en general cuando el tratamientoc onstituya un medio eficaz para prevenir la diseminacion de unaenfermedad transmisible. En este caso, toda persona esta obligada asometerse a dicho tratamiento. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Estado de los Altos o Sexto Estado de la Federacion Centroamericana (1) | guatemala/www09/~chochi_mu.html |

El Estado fomentara el desarrollo de lapequena propiedad rural. Facilitara al pequeno productorasistencia tecnica, creditos y otros medios necesarios para laadquisicion y el mejor aprovechamiento de sus tierras. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Estado organizara el sistema educativo para locual creara las instituciones y servicios que sean necesarios. Segarantiza a las personas naturales y j uridicas la libertad de establecercentros privados de ensenanza. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Estado podra administrar las empresas quepresten servicios esenciales a la comunidad, con el objeto de mantener lacontinuidad de los servicios, cuando los propietarios o empresarios se resistana acatar las disposiciones legales sobre organizacion economica ysocial. Tambien podra intervenir los b ienes perteneciente a nacionales depaises con los cuales El Salvador se encuentre en guerra. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Estado propiciara la creacion de un bancode propiedad de los trabajadores. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Estado protegera la salud fisica, mentaly moral de los menores, y garantizara el derecho de aea cute;stos a laeducacion y a la asistencia. La conducta antisocial de los menores que constituya delito o faltaestara sujeta a un regimen juridico especial. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Estado protegera y fomentara lasasociaciones cooperativas, facilitando su organizacion, expansiony financiamiento. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Estado proveera los recursos necesarios eindispensables para el control permanente de la calidad de los produc tosquimicos, farmaceuticos y veterinarios, por medio de organismosde vigilancia. Asimismo el Estado controlara la calidad de los productos alimenticios ylas condiciones ambientales que puedan afectar la salud y el bienestar . (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Estado reconoce la deuda politica como unmecanismo de financiamiento para lo s partidos politicos contendientes,encaminado a promover su libertad e independencia. La ley secundariaregulara lo referente a esta materia. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Estado reconoce, fomenta y garantiza el derecho depropiedad privada sobre la tierra rustica, ya sea individual,cooperativa, comunal o en cualquier otra forma asociativa, y no podrapor ningun concepto reducir la extension maxima de tierraque como derecho de propiedad establece esta Constitucion. La extension maxima de tierra rustica perteneciente a unamisma persona natural o juridica no podra exceder d e doscientascuarenta y cinco hectareas. Esta limitacion no seraaplicable a las asociaciones cooperativas o comunales campesinas. Los propietarios de tierras a que se refiere el inciso segundo de estearticulo, podra n transferirla, enajenarla, partirla, dividirla oarrendarla libremente. La tierra propiedad de las asociaciones cooperativas,comunales campesinas y beneficiarios de la Reforma Agraria estara sujetaa un regimen especial. Los propietarios de tierras rusticas cuya extension sea mayor dedoscientas cuarenta y cinco hectareas, tendran derecho adeterminar de inmediato la parte de la tierra que deseen conservar,segregandola e inscribiendola por separado en el correspondienteRegistro de la Propiedad Raiz e Hipotecas. Los inmuebles rusticos que excedan el limite establecido por estaConstitucion y se encuentren en proindivision, podran serobjeto de particiaoac ute;n entre los copropietarios. Las tierras que excedan la extension establecida por estaConstitucion podran ser transferidas a cualquier titulo acampesinos, agricultores en pequeno, sociedades y asociacionescoopera tivas y comunales campesinas. La transferencia a que se refiere esteinciso, debera realizarse dentro de un plazo de tres anos. Unaley especial determinara el destino de las tierras que no hayan sidotransferidas, al finalizar el perai acute;odo anteriormente establecido. En ningun caso las tierras excedentes a que se refiere el incisoanterior podran ser transferidas a cualquier titulo a parientesdentro del cuarto grado de consanguinidad o segundo de afinidad. El Estado fomentara el establecimiento, financiacion y desarrollode la agroindustria, en los distintos departamentos de la Republica, afin de garantizar el empleo de mano de obra y transformacion de materiasprimas producid as por el sector agropecuario nacional. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Estado tomara a su cargo a los indigentes que,por su edad o incapacidad fisica o mental, sean inhabiles para eltrabajo (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Frente Democratico Nueva Guatemala esta plenamente comprometido con el proceso de paz (1) | guatemala/org03/fdng_mu.html |

El Frente Democratico Universitario -FDU- (1) | guatemala/org03/fdng_mu.html |

El Frente es Noticia (1) | guatemala/org03/fdng_mu.html |

El Frente.... al frente con su pueblo! (1) | guatemala/org03/fdng_mu.html |

El Gobierno es republicano, democratico yrepresentativo. El sistema politico es pluralista y se expresa por medio de los partidospoliticos, que son el unico instrumento p ara el ejercicio de larepresentacion del pueblo dentro del Gobierno. Las normas,organizacion y funcionamiento se sujetaran a los principios de lademocracia representativa. La existencia de un partido unico oficial es inco mpatible con el sistemademocratico y con la forma de gobierno establecidos en estaConstitucion. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El INCAE cuenta ademas con un sistema de (1) | crwww/edu05/www_incae_ac_cr_mu.html |

El INCAE realiza actualmente dos tipos de actividades clave. La primera es programas y seminarios de capacitacion ejecutiva para todo el area latinoamericana. La segunda es programas de maestria en areas fundamentales para el desarrollo de America Latina. Los programas residenciales de dos anos incluyen la Maestria en Administracion de Empresas, la Maestria en Economia Empresarial, la Maestria en Administracion de Recursos Naturales y la Maestria en Administracion Industrial y de la Tecnologia. Tambien imparte una Maestria en Administracion de Empresas en la sede de Nicaragua, con una duracion de dieciseis meses continuos, y la Maestria Ejecutiva, que se ofrece de manera rotativa en paises de America Latina. Todos los anos, distinguidos miembros de la facultad de Harvard visitan el INCAE e imparten lecciones, tanto en los programas de maestria como en los de formacion gerencial. Por su estrecha relacion con Harvard, el INCAE ha adoptado de esta universidad mucho de su pensum academico y metodologia de ensenanza, pero al mismo tiempo ha podido desarrollar su propia identidad. La multinacionalidad de su facultad y de su cuerpo estudiantil, el numero de actividades de formacion gerencial en casi todo el continente americano, la diversidad de sus programas docentes y de investigacion y la metodologia de ensenanza han contribuido a hacer del INCAE una institucion unica en su genero. Una caracteristica particular del INCAE ha sido la preocupacion constante por mantener una estrecha relacion entre lo que ensena y la realidad latinoamericana. Desde su fundacion, el INCAE ha tenido como objetivo adoptar estandares de excelencia comparables a los de las mejores escuelas del mundo. Muchas de sus politicas establecidas hace mas de tres decadas, tales como mantener una facultad de primer orden y exigir inmersion total en sus cursos, fueron disenadas con este proposito y han rendido sus frutos, al diferenciar al INCAE y desarrollar una institucion lider, con proyeccion verdaderamente internacional. (1) | crwww/edu05/www_incae_ac_cr_mu.html |

El INE (1) | nicaragua/gov05/www_ine_gob_ni_mu.html |

El Istmo ha sido sitio de paso de muchas culturas (1) | panama/gen04/castellano_mu.html |

El Laurel (1) | nicaragua/nan04/www_laprensa_com_ni_mu.html |

El Medio de Medios. Ciberdiario de Nicaragua (1) | nicaragua/nan02/www_ciberdiario_com_ni_mu.html |

El Ministerio Publico sera ejercido por elFiscal General de la Republica, el Procurador General de laRepublica y los demas funcionarios que determine la ley. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Mundo (1) | costarica/nan01/www_nacion_co_cr_mu.html |

El Nino" impacto (1) | nicaragua/nan04/www_laprensa_com_ni_mu.html |

El Nuevo Herald (2) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html | panama/nan03/prensa_mu.html |

El Observador Economico (1) | nicaragua/www05/~roustan_mu.html |

El Observador Economico-FIDEG (1) | nicaragua/www05/~roustan_mu.html |

El Organo Ejecutivo, con las formalidades legales,podra efectuar transferencias entre partidas de un mismo ramo uorganismo administrativo, excepto las que en el Presupuesto se declarenintransferibles. Igual facultad tendra el Organo Judicial en lo que respecta a laspartidas de su presupuesto, cumpliendo con las mismas formalidades legales. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Organo Ejecutivo, en el Ramo correspondiente,tendra la direccion de las finanzas publicas yestara especialmente obligado a conservar el equilibrio del Presupuesto,hasta donde sea compatible con el cumplimiento de los fines del Estado. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Pais (1) | costarica/nan01/www_nacion_co_cr_mu.html |

El Panama America. EN LINEA. DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE (1) | panama/nan01/index_mu.html |

El Paso (1) | costarica/tra13/bbb_or_cr_mu.html |

El Patio (1) | nicaragua/res01/www_angel_org_ni_mu.html |

El Planeta Platica (4) | guatemala/etp03/mader_mu.html | guatemala/spm10/schools_mu.html | guatemala/sus03/guatorg_mu.html | honduras/otr03/honparks_mu.html |

El Presidente de la Corte de Cuentas rendiraanualmente a la Asamblea Legislativa un informe detallado y documentado de laslabores de la Corte. Esta obligacion debera cumplirse dentro delos tres meses siguientes a la terminacion del ano fiscal. El incumplimiento de esta obligacion se considera como causa justa dedestitucion. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Presidente de la Republica es el ComandanteGeneral de la Fuerza Armada. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Presidente de la Republica, el Vicepresidentede la Republica, los Ministros y los Viceministros de Estado, sonresponsables solidariamente pos los actos que autoricen. De las resolucionestomadas en Concejo de Ministros seran responsables los Ministrospresentes o quienes hagan sus veces, aunque hubieren salvado su voto, amenosque interpongan su renuncia inmediatamente despues de que adopte lares olucion. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Presidente y Vicepresidente de la Republica, losDiputados a la Asamblea Legislativa y los miembros de los Concejos Municipales,son funcionarios de eleccion popular. Cua ndo en las elecciones de Presidente y Vicepresidente de la Republicaningun partido politico o coalicion de partidos politicosparticipantes, haya obtenido mayoria absoluta de votos de conformidadcon el escrutinio practica do, se llevara a cabo una segundaeleccion entre los dos partidos politicos o coalicion departidos politicos que haya obtenido mayor numero de votosvalidos; esta segunda eleccion debera celebra rse en unplazo no mayor de treinta dias despues de haberse declaradofirmes los resultados de la primera eleccion. Cuando por fuerza mayor o caso fortuito, debidamente calificados por laAsamblea Legislativa, no pudiere efectuarse la segunda eleccion en elperiodo senalado, la eleccion se verificara dentrode un segundo periodo no mayor de treinta dias. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Presidente y el Vicepresidente de la Republica,los Diputados, los Designados a la Presidencia, los Ministros y Viceministrosde Estado, el Presidente y Magistrados de la Corte Suprema de Justicia y de lasCaaac ute;maras de Segunda Instancia, el Presidente y Magistrados de la Corte deCuentas de la Republica, el Fiscal General de la Republica, elProcurador General de la Republica, el Presidente y Miembros del ConsejoCentral de Elecciones y lo s representantes diplomaticos,responderan ante la Asamblea Legislativa por los delitos oficiales ycomunes que cometan. La Asamblea, oyendo a un fiscal de su seno u al indiciado, o a un defensorespecial, en su caso, declarara si h ay o no hay lugar a formacionde causa. En el primer caso, se pasaran las diligencias a laCamara de Segunda Instancia que determine la ley, para que conozca enprimera instancia, y, en el segundo caso, se archivaran. De las resoluciones que pronuncie la Camara mencionada conoceraen segunda instancia una de las Salas de la Corte Suprema de Justicia, y delrecurso que dichas resoluciones admitan, la Corte en pleno. Cualquier persona tiene derecho de denuncia r los delitos de que trata estearticulo, y de mostrarse parte, si para ellos tuviere las cualidadesrequeridas por la ley. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Presidente y el Vicepresidente de la Republica,los Ministros y Viceministros de Estado y sus funcionarios dependientes,integran el Organo Ejecutivo. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Presidente y los Magistrados de la Corte de Cuen tasdebera ser salvadorenos por nacimiento, mayores de treintaanos, de honradez y competencia notorias; estar en el ejercicio de losderechos de ciudadano y haberlo estado en los tres anos anteriores a sueleccion. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Presupuesto General del Estado contendra, paracada ejercicio fiscal, la estimacion de todos los ingresos que se esperapercibir de conformidad con l as leyes vigentes a la fecha en que sea votado,asi como la autorizacion de todas las erogaciones que se juzgueconvenientes para realizar los fines del Estado. El Organo Legislativo podra disminuir o rechazar los creditosso licitados, pero nunca aumentarlos. En el Presupuesto se autorizara la deuda flotante en que el Gobiernopodra incurrir, durante cada ano, para remediar deficienciastemporales de ingresos. Las instituciones y empresas estatale s de caracter autonomo y lasentidades que se costeen con fondos del Erario o que tengan subvencionde este, excepto las instituciones de credito, se regiranpor presupuestos especiales y sistemas de salarios aprobad os por el OrganoLegislativo. Una ley especial establecera lo concerniente a la preparacionvotacion, ejecucion y rendicion de cuentas de lospresupuestos, y regulara el procedimiento que debe seguirse cuando al cierre de un ejercicio fiscal no este aun en vigor el Presupuestodel nuevo ejercicio. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Progreso. Chiquimula. GUATEMALA. Jalapa. Ipala. Esquipulas. Monjas. Rio Ostua. Jutiapa. Asuncion Mita. Mepapan. Citala. Nueva Ocotepeque. Lago de Guija. Rio Lempa. SANTA ANA. Texisteneque. Tejutla. CHALATENANGO. Santa Cruz. Embalse Cerron Grande. Santa Rosa de Copan. Rio Mejocote. Cucuyagua. Gracias. San Sebastian. San Juan. HONDURAS. Rio Sumpul. Chalatenango. Rio Guarajambala. Marcala. Lepaterique. Rio Paz. La Hachadura. Ahuachapan. Chalchuapa. Lago de Coatepeque. Santa Ana. Aguilares. Shuchitotol. AHUACHAPAN. Quetzaltepeque. CUSCATLAN. Sonsonate. SONSONATE. Apopa. SAN SALVADOR. Armenia. Nueva San Salvador. San Salvador. Acajutla. LA LIBERTAD. Lago de Ilopango. La Libertad. Comalapa. Rio Lempa. Victoria. CABANAS. Sensuntepeque. Ilobasco. Rio Tortola. SAN VICENTE. Sesori. MORAZAN. San Francisco. San Vicente. SAN MIGUEL. El Triunfo. Rio Jiboa. Zacatecoluca. LA PAZ. Rio Lempa. USULUTAN. San Miguel. La Herradura. La Canoa. Usulutan. Puerto El Triunfo. Rio Grande de San Miguel. Laguna de Olomega. Intipuca. El Cuco. Lislique. Santa Rosa de Lima. Rio Goascoran. LA UNION. Nacaome. El Carmen. La Union. San Lorenzo. Golfo de Fonseca. PACIFIC OCEAN. NICARAGUA. (1) | salvador/gen01/ElSalvador_mu.jpg |

El Salvador (3) | salvador/res02/www_sv_mu.html | salvador/tra02/index_mu.htm | salvador/tra02/index_mu.htm |

El Salvador (7) | costarica/nan01/www_nacion_co_cr_mu.html | guatemala/sus03/guatorg_mu.html | salvador/gov02/www_conacyt_gob_sv_mu.html | salvador/nan04/la_prensa_grafica_mu.html | salvador/nis03/guanacos_mu.html | salvador/res01/www_amschool_edu_sv_mu.html | salvador/res04/svnet_mu.html |

El Salvador Homepage (1) | salvador/res03/www_esen_edu_sv_mu.html |

El Salvador Links (1) | salvador/res01/www_amschool_edu_sv_mu.html |

El Salvador Report (1) | guatemala/www02/guatemala_mu.html |

El Salvador alentara y promovera laintegracion humana, economica, social y cultural con lasrepublicas americanas y especialmente con las del istmo centroamericano.La integracion podraaa cute; efectuarse mediante tratados o convenios conlas republicas interesadas, los cuales podran contemplar lacreacion de organismo con funciones supranacionales. Tambien propiciara la reconstruccion total o p arcial de laRepublica de Centro America, en forma unitaria, federal oconfederada, con plena garantia de respeto a los principiosdemocraticos y republicanos y de los derechos individuales y sociales desus habitantes. El pro yecto y bases de la union se someteran a consultapopular. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Salvador concede asilo al extranjero que quiera residiren su territorio, excepto en los casos previstos por las leyes y el DerechoInternacional. No podra incluirse en los casos de excepcion aquien sea perseguido solamente por razones p oliticas. La extradicion no podra estipularse respecto de nacionales enningun caso, ni respecto de extranjeros por delitos politicos,aunque por consecuencia de estos, resultaren delitos comunes. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Salvador en Cifras (1) | salvador/gov05/consalvamia_mu.html |

El Salvador es un Estado soberano. La soberaniareside en el pueblo, que la ejerce en la forma prescrita y dentro de loslimites de esta Constitucion. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Salvador reconoce a la persona humana como el origen yel fin de la actividad del Estado, que esta organizado para laconsecucion de la justicia, de la seguridad juridica y del biencomun. En conse cuencia, es obligacion del Estado asegurar a los habitantes dela Republica, el goce de la libertad, la salud, la cultura,el bienestareconomico y la justicia social. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El Salvador.Com. El Diario de Hoy (1) | salvador/nan02/www_elsalvador_com_mu.html |

El Secretario del Sistema de Integracion Centroamericana, Ernesto Leal, afirmo que es urgente que a la integracion centroamericana se le sume Republica Dominicana ya que "somos hermanos de padre y madre"... (1) | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html |

El Segundo Jefe de la Policia Nacional, Eduardo Cuadra, revelo que en 1997 se incautaron 2,757 kilos de cocaina y explico que Nicaragua es utilizada como ruta de transito... (1) | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html |

El Sistema de Naciones Unidas esta conformado por sus paises miembros y responde a los mismos a traves de la Secretaria General, Asamblea General, Consejo de Seguridad, Consejo Economico y Social, Corte Internacional de Justicia y Consejo Fiduciario. El Coordinador Residente tiene el rol de promover en Nicaragua la aplicacion de esos cuerpos directivos, y coordinar o concertar las acciones que ejerce el Sistema en el pais, a traves de sus programas y organizaciones especializadas de acuerdo con sus respectivos mandatos. Las Naciones Unidas tiene un mandato en las areas de paz y seguridad internacional, los derechos humanos, la ley internacional, el desarrollo economico y social, y la asistencia humanitaria. Los principales compromisos de las cumbres, tanto para los paises como los organismos internacionales cooperantes, demandan acciones en los siguientes campos (1) | nicaragua/res09/~un_mu.html |

El SuperSite de Costa Rica (1) | costarica/tra12/netinc_mu.html |

El TSE surge, segun el Capitulo IV de los Acuerdos de Paz de El Salvador, firmados el 16 de Enero de 1992 en la ciudad de Mexico respondiendo a la voluntad de las partes en conflicto que acuerdan cesar las hostilidades y establecer nuevas normas de vida . (1) | salvador/pol02/tse_mu.html |

El Teatro Nacional (1) | costarica/gen02/www_tuanis_com_mu.html |

El Teatro Popular Melico Salazar (1) | costarica/gen02/www_tuanis_com_mu.html |

El Tiempo (1) | panama/res01/www_pa_mu.html |

El alto nivel de educacion del cual (1) | crwww/edu04/www_fod_ac_cr_mu.html |

El ano traera con sus primeros dias el Torneo de Verano del futbol mexicano, en el que figuran los nombres de tres costarricenses, Hernan Medford (Leon), Jafet Soto (Atlas) y el recien ascendido a la maxima categoria, Reynaldo Parks, en los Tecos de la Universidad de Guadalajara. (1) | costarica/nan01/www_nacion_co_cr_mu.html |

El articulo 209 de la Constitucion dice que La ley establecera los organismos necesarios para la recepcion, recuento y fiscalizacion de votos y demas actividades concernientes al sufragio y cuidara de que esten integrados de modo que no predomine en ello ningun partido o coalicion de partidos. (1) | salvador/pol02/tse_mu.html |

El c uerpo electoral esta formado por todos losciudadanos capaces de emitir voto. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El candidato presidencial del Partido Liberacion Nacional (PLN), Jose Miguel Corrales, y el secretario general de la agrupacion, Rolando Gonzalez Ulloa, aseguraron ayer que cuentan con los fondos necesarios para llegar, sin problemas, a los comicios del 1d de febrero proximo. (1) | costarica/pol01/home_elecciones_mu.html |

El color de esta pagina es en honor al Honorable Comite de Huelga y la pagina en si esta dedicada a la Asociacion de Estudiantes Universitarios (1) | guatemala/org05/huelga_mu.html |

El comercio, la industria y la prestacion deservicios en pequeno son patrimonio de los salvadorenos pornacimiento y de los centroamericanos naturales. Su proteccion, fomento ydesarrollo seran objeto de un a ley. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El contenido de La Nacion Digital no puede ser reproducido, transmitido ni distribuido total o parcialmente sin la autorizacion previa y por escrito de La Nacion S.A. (1) | costarica/pol01/home_elecciones_mu.html |

El derecho a la educacion y a la cultura esinherente a la persona humana; en consecuencia, es obligacion yfinalidad primordial del Estado su conservacion, fomento ydifusion. El Estado propiciaraaacu te; la investigacion y el quehacercientifico. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El derecho de respuesta es un falso derecho (1) | costarica/pol04/mlib_mu.html |

El futbolista, gloria del deporte nacional, medalla de oro en los Olimpicos Centroamericanos de 1954, fue enterrado ayer, en un cementerio capitalino. Futbolistas y altos funcionarios le dieron el ultimo adios (1) | salvador/nan02/www_elsalvador_com_mu.html |

El idioma oficial de El Salvador es el castellano . Elgobierno esta obligado a velar por su conservacion yensenanza. Las lenguas autoctonas que se hablan en el territorio nacional formanparte del patrimonio cultural y seran objeto de preservacion,difusiaoacu te;n y respeto. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El nombramiento, remocion, aceptacion derenuncias y concesion de licencias de los funcionarios y empleados de laAdministracion Publica y de la F uerza Armada, se regiranpor el Reglamento Interior del Organo Ejecutivo u otras leyes y reglamentos quefueren aplicables. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El nombre de su domain es (1) | nicaragua/www05/~roustan_mu.html |

El nuevo Guatemala Information Center Site, utiliza Marcos invisibles los cuales solo pueden ser desplegados por el Nuevo Microsoft Explorer 3.0 por lo que si usted no obtiene el Explorer 3.0 ahora (que por cierto es gratis), no podra ingresar a nuestro nuevo site por lo que lo redireccionaremos a nuestras antiguas paginas a las cuales ya no les daremos mantenimiento de ahora en adelante, Lo sentimos mucho, pero si Usted no quiere cambiar su Browser, usted se pierde de todas las nuevas simpatias que han sido incorporadas en nuestro nuevo Site. (1) | guatemala/www03/guacente_mu.html |

El orden economico debe responder esencialmente aprincipios de justicia social, que tiendan a asegurar a todos los habitantesdel pais una existencia digna del ser humano. El Estado promovera el desarrollo economico y social mediante elincremento de la produccion, la productividad y la racionalutilizacion de los recursos. Con igual finalidad, fomentara losdiversos sectores de la produccion y defendera el interaeac ute;sde los consumidores. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El periodo presidencial sera de cincoanos y comenzara y terminara el dia primero dejunio, sin que la persona que haya ejercido la Presidencia pueda continuar ensus funciones un dia mas. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El poder de emision de especies monetariascorresponde exclusivamente al Estado, el cual podra ejercerlodirectamente o por medio de un instituto emisor de caracterpublico. El regimen monetario, bancario y crediticio seraregulado por la ley. El Estado debera orientar la politica monetaria con el fin depromover y mantener las condiciones mas favorables para el desarrolloordenado de la economia nacional. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El poder publico emana del pueblo. Losorganos del Gobierno lo ejerceran independientemente den tro delas respectivas atribuciones y competencias que establecen estaConstitucion y las leyes. Las atribuciones y competencias queestablecen esta Constitucion y las leyes. Las atribuciones de losorganos del Gobierno son indelegables , pero estoscolaboraran entre si en el ejercicio de las funcionespublicas. Los organos fundamentales del Gobierno son el Legislativo, el Ejecutivoy el Judicial. Los funcionarios del gobierno son delegados del p ueblo y no tienen masfacultades que las que expresamente les da la ley. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El presidente Carlos Roberto Reina aseguro que concluira su mandato con la "mision cumplida", con un pais en mejores condiciones economicas, y que la "revolucion moral" que impuslo es irreversible. (1) | honduras/nan04/www_latribuna_hn_mu.html |

El primer bebe (1) | costarica/nan01/www_nacion_co_cr_mu.html |

El problema de la propiedad parece sin solucion (1) | nicaragua/nan06/www_latribuna_com_ni_mu.html |

El pueblo concurriendo masivamente a las elecciones (1) | salvador/pol02/tse_mu.html |

El servicio militar es obligatorio para todos lossalvadorenos comprendidos entre los dieciocho y los treinta anosde e dad. En caso de necesidad seran soldados todos los salvadorenos aptospara actuar en las tareas militares. Una ley especial regulara esta materia. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El siglo del viento. (1) | guatemala/art03/lit_mu.html |

El termino p ara la publicacion de las leyessera de quince dias. Si dentro de ese termino el OrganoEjecutivo no las publicare, el Presidente de la Asamblea lo hara en elDiario Oficial o en cualquier otro diario de los de mayor circu lacion enla Republica. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El territorio de la Repub lica sobre el cual ElSalvador ejerce jurisdiccion y soberania es irreductible yademas de la parte continental, comprende (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El territorio de la Republica se dividiraaacu te; encircunscripciones electorales que determinara la ley. La base delsistema electoral es la poblacion. Para elecciones de Diputados se adoptara el sistema derepresentacion proporcional. La ley determinaraaacu te; la forma, tiempo y demas condiciones para elejercicio del sufragio. La fecha de las elecciones para Presidente y Vicepresidente de laRepublica, debera preceder no menos de dos meses ni mas decuatro a la iniciacio ;n del periodo presidencial. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El tiempo (1) | costarica/nan01/www_nacion_co_cr_mu.html |

El trabajador a domicilio tiene derecho a un salariominimo oficialmente senalado, y al pago de unaindemnizacion por el tiempo que pierd a con motivo del retardo delpatrono en ordenar o recibir el trabajo o por la suspension arbitraria oinjustificada del mismo. Se reconocera al trabajador a domicilio unasituacion juridica analoga a la de los demast rabajadores, tomando en consideracion la peculiaridad de su labor. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El trabajo es una funcion social, goza de laproteccion del Estado, y no se considera articulo de comercio. El Estado empleara todos los recursos que esten a su alcance paraproporcional ocupac ion al trabajador, manual o intelectual, y paraasegurar a el y a su familia las condiciones economicas de unaexistencia digna. De igual forma promovera el trabajo y empleo de laspersonas con limitaciones o incapacidades faiacu te;sicas, mentales osociales. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El trabajo estara regulado por un Codigo quetendra por objeto principal armonizar las relaciones entre patronos ytrabajadores, estableciendo sus derechos y obligaciones. Esta rafundamentado en principios generales que tiendan al mejoramiento de lascondiciones de vida de los trabajadores, e incluira especialmente losderechos siguientes (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

El voto sera libre, directo, igualitario ysecreto. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Elecciones (1) | salvador/pol02/tse_mu.html |

Elecciones (1) | guatemala/nan06/index_mu.html |

Elecciones '96 (1) | nicaragua/pol02/www_cse_gob_ni_mu.html |

Elecciones 98 (2) | costarica/pol01/home_elecciones_mu.html | costarica/pol04/mlib_mu.html |

Elecciones 98 (1) | costarica/nan01/www_nacion_co_cr_mu.html |

Elecciones 99 (1) | salvador/pol01/fmln_mu.html |

Elecciones Internas (1) | honduras/res03/www_hondunet_net_mu.html |

Electric Power and Energy (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

Electricidad (1) | nicaragua/gov05/www_ine_gob_ni_mu.html |

Electricity (1) | belize/tra02/belize_mu.html |

Electricity Generation and Distribution (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

Electronic Library of MINUGUA News and Documents (1) | guatemala/org06/minugua_mu.html |

Electronic mail (1) | guatemala/org06/minugua_mu.html |

Elvira (1) | guatemala/www09/~chochi_mu.html |

Email (5) | costarica/nan04/www_ticotimes_co_cr_mu.html | guatemala/nan08/www_prensalibre_com_mu.html | guatemala/spm06/hermand_mu.htm | honduras/otr03/honparks_mu.html | nicaragua/tra05/jordi_mu.html |

Email (1) | guatemala/spm07/proyecto_ling_mu.html |

Email address (1) | salvador/www04/welcome_mu.htm |

Email us (1) | belize/tra02/belize_mu.html |

Emailers (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

Emanuel Del Valle (al centro), padre de Gilberto Del Valle y abuelo de Cleveland Del Valle y Gilberto Del Valle, hijo, todos victimas del accidente aereo de Rio Sidra, revisa los mapas junto a los pilotos de la aeronave que se encarga del rescate y de personal de Aeronautica Civil. (1) | panama/nan03/prensa_mu.html |

Emergencia energetica (1) | nicaragua/nan04/www_laprensa_com_ni_mu.html |

Emergencias y Desastres Naturales (1) | nicaragua/res08/www_ops_org_ni_mu.html |

Emergency Medical Services, (1) | honduras/www02/www_honduras-resources_com_mu.html |

Emil Combe talks about shipping economics (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

Emisoras Afiliadas (1) | guatemala/nan04/index_mu.html |

Emphyzemah (1) | panama/art02/panamarock_mu.html |

Empleo (1) | salvador/eco02/AAPPAL_mu.HTM |

Employment (2) | costarica/tra13/bbb_or_cr_mu.html | salvador/res01/www_amschool_edu_sv_mu.html |

Employment Conditions (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

Employment-generating projects for the energy and minerals sectors of Honduras Proyectos generadores de empleos para los sectores energetico y minero de Honduras (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

Emprendedores Juveniles de Nicaragua (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

Empresas (1) | costarica/gen02/www_tuanis_com_mu.html |

Empresas Comerciales (1) | panama/tra04/index_mu.html |

Empresas Comerciales. (1) | panama/res01/www_pa_mu.html |

Empresas Internacionales (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

En Forma (1) | costarica/nan01/www_nacion_co_cr_mu.html |

En caso de evidente error en la impresion deltexto de la ley, se volvera a publicar, a mas tardar dentro dediez dias. Se tendra la ultima publicacion como sutexto autentico; y de la fecha de la nueva publicacion secontara el termino para su vigencia. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

En casos de guerra, invasion del territorio,rebelion, sedicion, catastrofe, epidemia u otra calamidadgeneral, o de graves perturbaciones del orden publico, podransuspenderse las garantias e stablecidas en los articulos 5, 6 incisoprimero, 7 inciso primero y 24 de esta Constitucion, excepto cuando setrate de reuniones o asociaciones con fines religiosos, culturales,economicos o deportivos. Tal suspension podra afectar latotalidad o parte del territorio de la Republica, y se hara pormedio de decreto del Organo Legislativo o del Organo Ejecutivo, en su caso. Tambien podran suspenderse las garantias contenidas en losArts. 12 inciso segundo y 13 inciso segundo de esta Constitucion, cuandoasi lo acuerde el Organo Legislativo, con el voto favorable de las trescuartas partes de los Diputados electos; no excediendo la detencionadministrativa de quince daia cute;as. El plazo de suspension de las garantias constitucionales noexcedera de treinta dias. Transcurrido este plazo, podraprolongarse la suspension, por igual periodo y mediante nuevodecreto, si cont inuan las circunstancias que la motivaron. Si no seemite tal decreto, que daran restablecidas de pleno derecho lasgarantias suspendidas. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

En defecto del Presidente de la Republica, pormuerte, renuncia, remocion u otra causa, lo sustituira elVicepresidente; a falta de este, uno de l os Designados por el orden desu nominacion, y si todos estos faltaren por cualquier causalegal la Asamblea designara la persona que habra desustituirlo. Si la causas que inhabilite al Presidente para el ejercicio del cargo duraremas de seis meses, la persona que lo sustituya conforme al incisoanterior terminara el periodo presidencial. Si la inhabilidad del Presidente fuere temporal, el sustituto ejercerael cargo unicamente mientras dure aquella. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

En el articulo 138 del Codigo Electoral se menciona que cada Partido Politico, tendra derecho de acreditar ante el TSE un Representante Propietario y un Suplente para los efectos de vigilancia permanente establecidos en este Codigo. Asi mismo, el articulo 139 del mismo Codigo dice que La Junta de Vigilancia, es un organismo de caracter permanente encargado de fiscalizar las actividades y funcionamiento de las dependencias y organismos del Tribunal, bajo los terminos senalados en el presente Codigo. En las Disposiciones Generales, Articulo 333 del Codigo Electoral se menciona que habra un Fiscal Electoral, que dependera de la Fiscalia General de la Republica, su nombramiento, funciones y causas de destitucion seran establecidos por la Ley Organica del Ministerio Publico. Ademas el TSE busca propiciar el espacio de entendimiento con las instituciones no gubernamentales para conocer las inquietudes y propuestas de los actores politicos y sociales sobre el Sistema Electoral. Entre las Organizaciones No Gubernamentales (ONG's) estan el Instituto Salvadoreno Democratico (ISD), el Instituto de Estudios Juridicos de El Salvador (IEJES), el Centro de Estudios Democraticos (CEDEM), el Instituto Salvadoreno de Estudios Democraticos (ISED), la Fundacion Obrero Empresarial Salvadorena (FOES), Las Dignas, Consorcio ONG's de Educacion Civica, Asociacion Salvadorena para la Aplicacion al Derecho (ASPAD), Centro de Investigacion de Accion Social (CINAS), Colegio de Altos Estudios Estrategicos (CAEE), Instituto Libertad y Democracia (ILYD), Instituto Salvadoreno de Desarrollo Municipal (ISDEM), la Asociacion de Ciegos de El Salvador (ASCES) y fundaciones como FUSADES, FESPAD, FUNDAUNGO, FUNDAPAZ, FUNDE y FUNDEPAL. (1) | salvador/pol02/tse_mu.html |

En esta seccion podra encontrar noticias de interes para la microempresa e informacion economica actual de mucha importancia, la cual ha sido analizada desde la perspectiva de su significado para el sector. (1) | crwww/eco09/www_microempresa_or_cr_mu.html |

En este sitio encontrara todo lo relacionado con (1) | guatemala/www03/guacente_mu.html |

En la descripcion de cada curso o taller estan las fechas de inscripcion. Los cupos se daran a las primeras personas que lleguen a Puntos para hacer efectiva su inscripcion. No podemos reservar cupos por telefono. Solamente si vivis fuera de Managua podes llamarnos para hacer un arreglo de reservacion. Tambien queremos decirte que la participacion en los cursos y talleres es absolutamente voluntaria y por motivacion personal ; no queremos que nadie venga obligada o presionada a actividades que no desea asistir. Por esto, pedimos que la inscripcion la haga cada persona interesada. Para mayor informacion llamanos a los telefonos abajo senalados. (1) | nicaragua/www04/universidad_mu.html |

En la jornada XXII, ultima del calendario regular, con goles de Jose Small y Eladio Leguisamo, este a escasos tres minutos para culminar las acciones, el Pan de Azucar sorprendio, por segunda ocasion en la campana, a los pupilos del tecnico uruguayo Miguel Mancilla. (1) | panama/nan01/index_mu.html |

En mayo de 1926, precisamente cuando los marines habian vuelto a desembarcar en Nicaragua para intervenir a favor de los conservadores en la guerra civil, Sandino que entonces trabajaba en Mexico, decidio regresar a Nicaragua para emoblado El Jicaral, en manos de las fuerzas del gobierno. A partir de este combate da inicio la lucha de Sandino contra las fuerzas de ocupacion de la marina de guerra de los Estados Unidos, y que se prolongo hasta 1933. Pero el 4 de mayo de 1927 Henry Stimson enviado por el presidente de los Estados Unidos se entrevista con el general liberal Jose Maria Moncada y le presenta dos alternativas (1) | nicaragua/res05/www_facs_org_ni_mu.html |

En medio de expectativas y polemicas sin precedentes, toman posesion esta manana como nuevos magistrados de la Corte Suprema de Justicia, los Licenciados Jose A. Troyano y Graciela Dixon. Entran en reemplazo de la doctora Aura E. Guerra de Villalaz y del licenciado Rafael A. Gonzalez, quienes rindieron estupenda labor. (1) | panama/nan01/index_mu.html |

En problemas, unica estacion orbital de la Humanidad (1) | nicaragua/nan06/www_latribuna_com_ni_mu.html |

En su mensaje de Ano Nuevo, el Cardenal Miguel Obando Bravo, exhorto a los funcionarios del Gobierno, a evitar la corrupcion porque "el mal uso o mala administracion del dinero publico nos castiga... (1) | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html |

En toda concesion que otorgue el Estado paraestablecimiento de muelles, ferrocarriles, canales u otras obras materiales deservicio publico, debera estipularse, como condicionesencial, que despues de transcurrido cierto tiempo, no mayor decincuenta anos, tales obras pasaran por ministerio de ley, enperfectas condiciones de servicio, al dominio del Estado, sinindemnizacion alguna. Estas concesiones deberan ser sometidas al conocimiento de la AsambleaLegislativa para su aprobacio n. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Encaje legal (1) | nicaragua/eco03/economia_mu.html |

Encapuchados buscaban limusina (1) | costarica/nan02/www_prensalibre_co_cr_mu.html |

Encuentro Latinoamericano de Universitarios Ignacianos (1) | guatemala/res06/www_url_edu_gt_mu.html |

Encuesta (1) | honduras/nan03/www_laprensahn_com_mu.html |

Encuestas Politicas (1) | costarica/pol04/mlib_mu.html |

Encuestas Realizadas (1) | salvador/aca01/principal_mu.htm |

Encyclopedic information on Guatemala. (1) | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm |

Energia y Desarrollo (1) | nicaragua/gov05/www_ine_gob_ni_mu.html |

Enero de 1998 (1) | salvador/www04/welcome_mu.htm |

Enfermeria (1) | guatemala/res05/www_umg_edu_gt_mu.html |

Enfermeria (1) | guatemala/res05/www_umg_edu_gt_mu.html |

English (2) | honduras/res01/www_bcie_hn_mu.html | panama/www02/2095_mu.html |

English (5) | costarica/nan01/www_nacion_co_cr_mu.html | crgopher/gop01/ns_crnet_cr_mu.html | crwww/edu01/www_catie_ac_cr_mu.html | guatemala/org09/rmtpaz_mu.html | salvador/gov01/www_bcr_gob_sv_mu.html |

English Information (1) | salvador/res06/www_uca_edu_sv_mu.html |

English Page (1) | guatemala/org03/fdng_mu.html |

English Version (5) | crwww/bus04/www_racsa_co_cr_mu.html | crwww/eco09/www_microempresa_or_cr_mu.html | guatemala/res04/www_ufm_edu_gt_mu.html | panama/gen01/www_ancon_org_mu.html | salvador/gov05/consalvamia_mu.html |

Enlaces (1) | nicaragua/gov02/www_bcn_gob_ni_mu.html |

Enlaces WWW Links (1) | guatemala/sus02/temporary_mu.html |

Enrollment (1) | costarica/spa05/universal_mu.html |

Enrollment is limited to keep a personal atmosphere where students and teachers get to know each other well. Advance reservations are strongly encouraged because the schools in the Hermandad are full most weeks. To receive an application for the Hermandad Educativa, download it from the web, write, call, email or fax either our North American or European office to request an application form. To get the application form by means of the web to be sent by internet or mailed to the North American office go to the link at the end of this document. Important note (1) | guatemala/spm06/hermand_mu.htm |

Ente regulador de la Energia (1) | nicaragua/gov05/www_ine_gob_ni_mu.html |

Enter Website (1) | belize/gov02/bzeguat_mu.html |

Enterese de las noticias del pais. (1) | guatemala/res07/www_usac_edu_gt_mu.html |

Entidades Afiliadas (1) | crwww/eco02/www_abc_fi_cr_mu.html |

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Entrevistas (1) | guatemala/org03/fdng_mu.html |

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Enverso (1) | belize/gen01/~chacmol_mu.html |

Envia tus comentarios al Webmaster (1) | crwww/edu10/www_una_ac_cr_mu.html |

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Environment (6) | costarica/tra13/bbb_or_cr_mu.html | guatemala/etp03/mader_mu.html | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm | panama/tra02/pan_mu.htm |

Environmental Contacts (1) | honduras/otr03/honparks_mu.html |

Environmental Contacts in Honduras (1) | honduras/otr03/honparks_mu.html |

Environmental Technologies (1) | guatemala/etp03/mader_mu.html |

Environmental Travel Providers in Central America (1) | honduras/otr03/honparks_mu.html |

Environmental Travel Providers/Services (1) | honduras/otr03/honparks_mu.html |

Equipo Nizkor (2) | honduras/hum03/links_mu.html | honduras/hum03/links_mu.html |

Equipos importantes para FTP (1) | crgopher/gop03/ns_conicit_go_cr_mu.html |

Erapuca - cloud forest. Heavily deforested. Puca - cloud forest in state of Lempira. Deforested. Texiguat NGO Contact (1) | honduras/otr03/honparks_mu.html |

Eres el Investigador Acreditado numero (1) | guatemala/www09/~chochi_mu.html |

Eres el visitante numero (1) | nicaragua/nan06/www_latribuna_com_ni_mu.html |

Es el encargado de organizar y garantizar el proceso y el evento electoral, facilitando que el ciudadano (a) pueda ejercer el derecho del sufragio. Legitima las autoridades de eleccion popular y vela por el respeto absoluto del resultado obtenido en las elecciones. (1) | salvador/pol02/tse_mu.html |

Escobar, Mario (1) | salvador/art02/art_mu.html |

Escribale al Senor Presidente (3) | costarica/gov03/www_casapres_go_cr_mu.html | crwww/gov03/www_presidente_go_cr_mu.html | crwww/gov03/www_presidente_go_cr_mu.html |

Escribanos (1) | salvador/nan02/www_elsalvador_com_mu.html |

Escribanos a (2) | honduras/res04/www_intertel_hn_mu.html | nicaragua/nan06/www_latribuna_com_ni_mu.html |

Escribanos a (1) | guatemala/nan06/index_mu.html |

Escribenos (3) | panama/nis03/www_inter-cafe_com_mu.html | panama/nis03/www_inter-cafe_com_mu.html | panama/nis03/www_inter-cafe_com_mu.html |

Escritores nicas opinan (1) | nicaragua/nan04/www_laprensa_com_ni_mu.html |

Escucha su primer sencillo, Reggae Punk Panama en Real Audio 3.0 + (1) | panama/art02/panamarock_mu.html |

Escuela Juan Sisay Collective (1) | guatemala/spm04/js_mu.html |

Escuela Juan Sisay. Intensive Instruction in the Spanish Language and Direct Community Involvement (1) | guatemala/spm04/js_mu.html |

Escuela de Espanol Panajachel - Solola, Panajachel, Guatemala (2) | guatemala/spm05/fguatemala_mu.html | guatemala/spm05/fguatemala_mu.html |

Escuela de la Montana Link (2) | guatemala/spm06/hermand_mu.htm | guatemala/spm06/hermand_mu.htm |

Escuelas (1) | guatemala/res07/www_usac_edu_gt_mu.html |

Espanol (2) | guatemala/etp03/mader_mu.html | panama/www02/2095_mu.html |

Espanol (5) | crgopher/gop01/ns_crnet_cr_mu.html | guatemala/nan01/chapin-l_mu.html | guatemala/org09/rmtpaz_mu.html | salvador/gov01/www_bcr_gob_sv_mu.html | salvador/www01/index_mu.html |

Espanol. English (1) | crwww/sus03/www_inbio_ac_cr_mu.html |

Espectaculos (1) | salvador/nan02/www_elsalvador_com_mu.html |

Esperamos su opinion (1) | salvador/nan02/www_elsalvador_com_mu.html |

Espere un momento ... Si en diez segundos no ve la pagina de la presidencia utilice el siguiente (1) | guatemala/gov01/guat_mu.html |

Esta es mi pequena aportacion a mi tierra amada (1) | guatemala/art03/lit_mu.html |

Esta pagina esta optimizada para verse con Netscape Navigator (1) | guatemala/res07/www_usac_edu_gt_mu.html |

Esta pagina se observa mejor con (1) | panama/gen04/castellano_mu.html |

Esta pagina utiliza cuadros, pero su browser no los apoya. (1) | panama/nan03/prensa_mu.html |

Esta pagina... (1) | crwww/res01/mapacr_mu.html |

Esta pantalla requiere de un explorador que soporte JAVA, adquieralo YA!!! (1) | guatemala/www03/guacente_mu.html |

Esta semana queda en firme declaratoria de elecciones (1) | honduras/nan04/www_latribuna_hn_mu.html |

Established in 1988, Programme for Belize (PfB) is a private, non-profit, Belizean, conservation organization with management responsibility of the Rio Bravo Conservation and Management Area (RBCMA) located in the Orange Walk District of Belize. (1) | belize/www02/www_belizenet_com_mu.html |

Estadisticas (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

Estadisticas de Nuestro Servidor (1) | panama/res01/www_pa_mu.html |

Estadisticas del Servidor (1) | panama/res06/www_utp_ac_pa_mu.html |

Estas paginas las vera mejor con (1) | salvador/www04/welcome_mu.htm |

Estas paginas tienen como objetivo brindar apoyo e informacion consular a todas las personas y entidades con interes en EL SALVADOR. (1) | salvador/gov05/consalvamia_mu.html |

Estas paginas, estan dedicadas a usted apreciable visitante, asi es que relajese, sientese comodamente y disfrute de este sitio interactivo. Usted esta ahora virtualmente en (1) | guatemala/www03/guacente_mu.html |

Estatuto del Movimiento Libertario (1) | costarica/pol04/mlib_mu.html |

Estatutos del FDNG (Recientemente aprobados en Asamblea Gral.) (1) | guatemala/org03/fdng_mu.html |

Este Mes Gratis ? (1) | panama/nis05/www_sinfo_net_mu.html |

Este Motor de Busquedas (1) | guatemala/www09/~chochi_mu.html |

Este Servidor (1) | costarica/nis02/www_cr_mu.html |

Este documento se encuentra en proceso de construccion. (1) | crwww/eco05/www_bncr_fi_cr_mu.html |

Este material tiene derechos reservados c y no debe ser reproducido sin el permiso explicito de La Prensa Libre. (1) | costarica/nan02/www_prensalibre_co_cr_mu.html |

Este mes (2) | nicaragua/res07/nicarao_apc_org_ni_mu.html | panama/art02/panamarock_mu.html |

Este servidor WWW se encuentra aun en desarrollo (1) | crwww/edu04/www_fod_ac_cr_mu.html |

Este sitio ha sido visitado (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

Estela Pimentel (1) | panama/gen04/castellano_mu.html |

Esto hara posible un fuerte trafico sin ocasionar saturacion en las conexiones Nicaraguenses al Internet. La direccion en el Internet del Consejo Supremo Electoral (1) | nicaragua/pol03/notaprensa_mu.html |

Estos son los sitios de esta pagina; nuestras disculpas por los lugares que aun estan en construccion; a la brevedad estaran a disposicion de todos ustedes; Muchas gracias. (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

Estrategia Nacional de Educacion Ambiental (1) | guatemala/sus01/conam_mu.htm |

Estructura Organizativa. (1) | honduras/hum02/www_codeh_hondunet_net_mu.html |

Estudiantil (1) | guatemala/res03/www_uvg_edu_gt_mu.html |

Etc... (7) | honduras/www02/www_honduras-resources_com_mu.html | honduras/www02/www_honduras-resources_com_mu.html | honduras/www02/www_honduras-resources_com_mu.html | honduras/www02/www_honduras-resources_com_mu.html | honduras/www02/www_honduras-resources_com_mu.html | honduras/www02/www_honduras-resources_com_mu.html | honduras/www02/www_honduras-resources_com_mu.html |

Eventos (1) | guatemala/gov03/www_concyt_gob_gt_mu.html |

Eventos (5) | guatemala/gov03/www_concyt_gob_gt_mu.html | guatemala/res04/www_ufm_edu_gt_mu.html | panama/res01/www_pa_mu.html | panama/res06/www_utp_ac_pa_mu.html | panama/tra04/index_mu.html |

Eventos Historicos en Guatemala (1) | guatemala/www09/~chochi_mu.html |

Eventos y Noticias (1) | nicaragua/gov05/www_ine_gob_ni_mu.html |

Events (3) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm | panama/tra02/pan_mu.htm |

Ever colorful as the rainbow (1) | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm |

Every year the anniversary of the massacre is marked by eleven days of ceremony honoring those who died. These ceremonies culminate with a catholic mass at the site of the massacre. The government has grudgingly kept its promise to keep the army out of the area. The community feels that it is very important to maintain their aggressive positivity about the future and their remembrance of the events of 1990. International representation at the annual ceremony is very much appreciated to remind the government that the international community DOES indeed remember the massacre and does expect the government to keep its promises. When I attended several years ago the MacNeil-Lehrer news hour sent a representative to cover the ceremonies, and the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights also often makes a brief appearance. (1) | guatemala/otr04/hmnrts_mu.htm |

Evidence from the Valle de Catacamas supports a right-lateral, neotectonic sense of slip for the Guayape Fault of Honduras (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

Evolution of Neogene Microtectonic Phases on the Chortis Block (Northern Central America) (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

Except for the volcanos ... (1) | costarica/tra01/Costa_mu.html |

Excite (2) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html | nicaragua/res07/nicarao_apc_org_ni_mu.html |

Excursiones Naturales (1) | panama/gen01/www_ancon_org_mu.html |

Eximen $2 mi (1) | salvador/nan02/www_elsalvador_com_mu.html |

Exotic adventure in the paradise. Montesuma, Costa Rica. (1) | costarica/tra06/tourism_mu.html |

Expanding Free Trade Zone development. Increasing investment by local and foreign firms. Diversification of Honduran industry and exports. Increasing value of Honduran exports. Government support of privatization of state owned enterprises. (1) | honduras/bus02/offshore_mfg_mu.html |

Expedia's Mungo Park mungopark.com (1) | belize/tra03/welcome_mu.htm |

Expert Customized Advice (1) | costarica/tra04/cr_mu.html |

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Explore (1) | costarica/etp02/www_ecoteach_com_mu.html |

Explore Costa Rica's remote areas and varied ecological zones in a low impact manner and experience nature close up. All trips include bike and safety equipment, transportation from San Jose, support vehicle, breakfast and lunch, professional guide. Multi-day trips include lodging. Minimum number of persons on all trips is two (2). (1) | costarica/tra02/costa_mu.htm |

Explore with the experts. Choose a package or put together your own with their help. Green Arrow selects the best travel agencies, hotels and lodge operators throughout the region and provides a travel planning service helping you arrange tours to (1) | belize/tra03/welcome_mu.htm |

Explorer de Microsoft disponible Gratis en Nuestra Pagina Principal (1) | guatemala/www03/guacente_mu.html |

Exploring Costa Rica (1) | costarica/nan04/www_ticotimes_co_cr_mu.html |

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FEBRERO l997 ANO I. (1) | guatemala/org02/MAYA_boletin1_mu.htm |

FI FORESTER INSTITUTO INTERNACIONAL (1) | costarica/spa02/forester_mu.html |

FIDE (1) | honduras/gen02/www_hondurasinfo_hn_mu.html |

FIDE - Invest in Honduras, (1) | honduras/www02/www_honduras-resources_com_mu.html |

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FINANCE (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

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GDP Price Defl. (1978=100) 156.2 164.4 170.8 175.6 187.0 200.2 242.7 305.8 333.7 379.1 486.9 611.2 Annual Change (%) 3.4 5.2 3.9 2.8 6.5 7.1 21.2 26.0 9.1 13.6 28.4 25.5 Consumer Prices (1978=100) 179.0 185.0 193.0 197.8 206.8 227.1 280.0 375.1 408.0 451.8 550.0 712.0 Annual Change (%) 3.8 3.4 4.3 2.5 4.6 9.8 23.3 34.0 8.8 10.7 21.7 29.5 (1) | honduras/eco02/honcen_mu.html |

GDP Price Deflator (1980=100) 201.2 537.6 2051 12777 Annual Change (%) 39.0 167.2 281.5 523.1 GDP Price Deflator (1994=100) 13.0 61.7 76.3 91.9 100.0 111.3 Annual Change (%) 374.6 23.7 20.4 8.8 11.3 Consumer Prices (1980=100) 274.4 876.7 6852 69341 Annual Change (%) 35.4 219.5 681.6 912.0 14316 4770 7485 2945 23.7 20.4 7.8 11.3 (1) | nicaragua/eco04/niccen_mu.html |

GDP Price Deflator (1982=100) 110.4 112.0 113.3 113.4 116.9 120.0 121.1 123.2 129.7 132.4 133.4 134.7 Annual Change (%) 3.5 1.4 1.2 0.1 3.1 2.7 0.9 1.7 5.3 2.1 0.8 1.0 Consumer Prices (1987=100) 98.1 99.1 99.0 100.0 100.6 100.7 101.5 102.8 104.6 105.1 106.5 107.5 Annual Change (%) 1.6 1.0 -0.1 1.0 0.6 0.1 0.8 1.3 1.8 0.5 1.3 0.9 (1) | panama/eco02/pancen_mu.html |

GDP Price Deflator (1984=100) 100.0 97.5 102.9 111.03 115.36 117.55 118.37 120.86 124.85 127. Annual Change (%) 8.0 -2.5 5.5 7.9 3.9 1.9 .7 2.1 3.3 1. Consumer Prices (Feb 80=100) 145 144.10 147.60 150.55 155.37 158.63 163.39 173.03 178.74 181.96 Annual Change (%) 5.8 -.6 2.4 2.0 3.2 2.1 3.0 5.9 3.3 1.8 (1) | belize/eco02/BELCEN_mu.html |

GDP Price Deflator (1990=100) 33.9 40.7 54.3 61.1 71.0 81.7 100.0 112.7 122.6 138.7 153.0 172.3 Annual Change (%) 10.7 20.2 33.3 12.5 16.2 15.0 22.5 12.7 8.8 13.1 10.3 12.6 Consumer Prices (Dec.'92=100) 20.15 24.65 32.53 40.61 48.64 57.22 70.95 81.16 90.27 106.98 118.30 130.16 Annual Change (%) 11.7 22.3 32.0 24.8 19.8 17.6 24.0 14.4 11.2 18.5 10.6 10.0 (1) | salvador/eco03/escen_mu.html |

GDP, curr. prices (m. lemp.) 6638 7279 7617 8305 9251 10334 12537 16314 18800 22689 28715 37350 GDP, 1978 prices (m. lemp.) 4250 4428 4460 4729 4947 5161 5166 5334 5634 5985 5897 6111 Real GDP Growth Rate (%) 4.3 4.2 0.7 6.0 4.6 4.3 0.1 3.3 5.6 6.2 -1.5 3.6 Real Per Capita GDP (1978 lemp.) 1066 1079 1056 1087 1105 1120 1089 1092 1120 1158 1110 1119 Real Per Cap. GDP Growth Rate (%) 1.3 1.2 -2.1 2.9 1.7 1.4 -2.8 0.3 2.6 3.4 -4.1 0.8 Gross Domestic Investment/GDP (%) 17.4 17.3 13.9 17.4 21.0 19.7 23.0 24.6 26.0 32.2 36.1 31.0 Private 6.3 8.4 8.0 12.3 15.9 13.8 16.4 17.5 15.6 19.7 26.4 22.5 Public 11.1 8.9 5.9 5.1 5.1 5.9 6.6 7.1 10.4 12.5 9.7 9.5 Gross National Savings/GDP (%) 7.9 11.3 10.8 13.5 18.2 14.6 21.2 18.9 18.4 24.9 27.0 26.4 Private 6.3 9.9 10.0 12.5 17.7 15.1 19.7 12.2 12.0 21.1 22.8 18.8 Public 1.6 1.4 0.8 1.0 0.5 -0.5 1.5 6.7 6.4 3.8 4.2 7.6 Foreign Savings/GDP (%) 9.5 6.0 3.1 3.9 2.8 5.1 1.8 5.7 7.6 7.3 9.1 4.6 (1) | honduras/eco02/honcen_mu.html |

GDP, current prices (bn. cords.) [b] 45.03 115.4 435.7 2696 1.57 7.43 9.23 11.07 12.45 14.43 GDP, 1980 prices (bn. old cords.) 22.38 21.47 21.25 21.10 18.47 18.16 18.16 18.13 18.20 18.14 18.74 19.52 Real GDP Growth Rate (%) -1.6 -4.1 -1.0 -0.7 -12.5 -1.7 0.0 -0.2 0.4 -0.4 3.3 4.2 Real Per Capita GDP (1980 cords.) 7437 6929 6663 6427 5466 5220 5070 4917 4797 4643 4661 4716 Real Per Capita GDP Growth Rate (%) -4.4 -6.8 -3.8 -3.5 -15.0 -4.5 -2.9 -3.0 -2.5 -3.2 0.4 1.2 Gross Domestic Investment/GDP (%) 22.2 23.1 16.9 15.8 Private Public Gross National Savings/GDP (%) -2.1 -6.7 -11.5 -12.1 Private 12.2 12.3 10.1 9.4 Public -14.3 -19.0 -21.6 -21.5 Foreign Savings/GDP (%) 24.3 29.8 28.4 27.9 (1) | nicaragua/eco04/niccen_mu.html |

GDP, current prices (m. $Bz) 393.70 392.3 433.8 527.1 600.2 690.5 751.0 802.8 869.9 923. Real GDP (1984 m. $Bz) 393.70 402.3 421.6 474.72 520.29 587.41 634.41 664.22 696.77 726. Real GDP Growth Rate (%) 4.8 2.2 4.8 12.6 9.6 12.9 8.0 4.7 4.9 4. Real Per Capita GDP (1984 $Bz) 2451. 2421. 2466. 2699. 2878. 3165. 3343. 3417. 3500. 3563. Real Per Cap. GDP Growth Rate (%) 2.3 -1.2 1.9 9.4 6.6 10.0 5.6 2.2 2.4 1. Gross Domestic Investment/GDP (%) 23.50 20.70 19.80 22 25.50 30.50 28.60 31.3 30.4 30. Private 14.30 9.20 9.20 14.50 15.90 17.30 13.40 9.2 7.4 9. Public 9.20 11.50 10.60 7.50 9.60 13.20 15.20 22.10 23 21. Gross National Savings/GDP (%) 17.10 19 23 28.60 24.10 25.30 33.50 24.3 24.5 20. Private 16 14 15.30 20.50 13.10 14.80 21.90 12.2 14.8 14.2 Public 1.10 5 7.70 8.10 11 10.50 11.60 12.10 9.70 6. Foreign Savings/GDP (%) 6.40 1.70 -3.20 -6.60 1.40 5.20 -4.90 7 5.90 9. (1) | belize/eco02/BELCEN_mu.html |

GDP, current prices (m. balboas) 4695 5006 5289 5454 4880 4973 5392 5919 6680 7103 7420 7637 GDP, 1982 prices (m. balboas) 4252 4468 4667 4808 4176 4144 4451 4803 5150 5363 5562 5670 Real GDP Growth Rate (%) 2.2 5.1 4.5 3.0 -13.1 -0.8 7.4 7.9 7.2 4.1 3.7 1.9 Real Per Cap. GDP (1982 balb.) 2004 2062 2110 2130 1813 1763 1856 1966 2070 2116 2153 2155 Real Per Cap. GDP Growth Rate (%) 0.0 2.9 2.3 0.9 -14.9 -2.8 5.3 5.9 5.3 2.2 1.8 0.0 Gross Dom. Investment/GDP (%) 16.1 16.4 18.3 19.0 7.5 6.0 16.6 18.9 23.6 25.2 27.8 Private 10.5 12.7 14.6 16.4 4.6 4.2 15.3 15.8 19.9 21.6 25.1 Public 5.6 3.7 3.7 2.6 2.9 1.8 1.3 3.1 3.7 3.6 2.7 Gross National Savings/GDP (%) [a] -1.7 4.7 2.5 25.4 6.7 -19.4 4.2 -1.5 4.8 9.0 12.7 Private Public Foreign Savings/GDP (%) [a] 17.8 11.7 15.8 -6.4 0.8 25.4 12.4 20.4 18.8 16.2 15.1 (1) | panama/eco02/pancen_mu.html |

GDP, current prices (m. colones) 11094 13415 17915 20661 24469 28419 36487 42594 49841 60522 70771 84524 GDP, 1990 prices (m. colones) 32744 32946 33009 33838 34474 34805 36487 37791 40643 43643 46261 49063 Real GDP Growth Rate (%) 1.3 0.6 0.2 2.5 1.9 1.0 4.8 3.6 7.5 7.4 6.0 6.1 Real Per Capita GDP (1990 col.) 7151 7082 6973 7020 7033 6988 7215 7361 7799 8233 8581 8951 Real Per Cap GDP Growth Rate (%) -0.1 -1.0 -1.5 0.7 0.2 -0.6 3.3 2.0 6.0 5.6 4.2 4.3 Gross Dom. Investment/GDP (%) 12.0 10.8 13.3 12.4 12.8 16.2 13.9 15.4 18.5 18.6 18.8 19.5 Private 8.1 7.5 10.7 9.5 9.7 12.7 11.3 12.6 14.5 14.6 15.1 16.1 Public 3.9 5.3 2.6 2.9 3.1 3.5 2.6 2.8 4.0 4.0 3.7 3.4 Gross National Savings/GDP (%) 6.1 4.4 10.7 7.0 8.2 6.8 9.6 11.9 15.5 17.0 15.1 14.6 Private 7.6 4.3 9.3 7.1 7.9 8.4 9.9 12.7 15.3 16.2 13.1 11.4 Public -1.5 0.1 3.4 -0.1 0.3 -1.6 -0.3 -0.8 0.2 0.8 2.0 3.2 Foreign Savings/GDP (%) 5.9 6.4 2.6 5.4 4.6 9.4 4.3 3.5 3.0 1.6 3.7 4.9 (1) | salvador/eco03/escen_mu.html |

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Guatemala's national bird is the quetzal - a gorgeous creature which is almost extinct, due to deforestation and poachers. Jaguar, ocelot, puma, jaguarundi and margay - and their assorted diet of deer, peccary and tapir - survive, though are seldom seen. The Pacific coast is tropically sweltering, with temperatures often hovering around 38 degrees Celsius. The seemingly constant high humidity abates a little in the dry season. The highlands are freezing at night, dank and chill during the rainy season, and warm and delightful in the dry season (October to May). El Peten's climate varies only from hot and humid to hot and dry. (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

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Haz un viaje virtual a la Nicaragua de 1854, y deja volar tu inmaginacion 143 anos atras. Ten un reencuentro con nuestros antepasados en este viaje que parte de Granada hasta las minas de oro enclavadas en las romanticas montanas de Matagalpa. (1) | nicaragua/www01/www_nicaragua-online_com_mu.html |

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Here are some of the photos from our trip to Guatemala. These are the ones that we took as slides. I'll get this better organized later (maybe). For now, here is the whole list in chronological order... (1) | guatemala/tra09/guat_mu.html |

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Homestay includes private or double room, 3 meals a day and laundry service. Families encourage and assist students in their speaking skills and students are treated like members of the family. Most homes are within walking distance of the school. The local hotel is located in the heart of Quetzaltenango close to all local sites. Each room has a private bath, TV, telephone, and radio. A roof-top restaurant provides delicious food. The staff is courteous and always on duty. (1) | guatemala/spm09/guatemala_mu.html |

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Honduras country committed to progress. This site will introduce you to our history, our culture and in general everything Honduras has to offer. We suggest you come back and visit us again soon. Since this site was officially launched on March 1997, visitors have expressed their satisfaction on the content of it. Our site will always have something new to offer our many visitors that have now become cyberfriends of HONDURAS!! Make sure you check out the (1) | honduras/gen02/www_hondurasinfo_hn_mu.html |

Honduras is 112,492 square kilometers large, with a population of 5.5 million people. Urban growth, deforestation and soil erosion all impact the country. In addition, mining activities pollute the nation's fresh water. The first national environmental law was passed in 1993. Numerous (1) | honduras/otr03/honparks_mu.html |

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Honduras' government forestry agency COHDEFOR has been in charge of the protected areas since 1993. The agency works with various local environmental groups (NGOs) in the park managment, scientific study and the development of ecotourism. One of the best sources of information I've found is with the U.S. Peace Corps, which has assigned members to the top priority areas decided by USAID/COHDEFOR. Jorge Betancourt, the director of the Peace Corps/Honduras' Natural Resources Department, is also a committed Honduran environmentalist. That said - there is a definite lack of information about the protected areas - now some 107 areas. Management plans are still being drawn up, and the data that has been collected is poorly distributed, according to many Honduran sources and personal experience. Consequently, there may be errors in the information that follows! If this topic interests you, please check back on a regular basis and please send corrections and/or background materials to me. I will create free hyperlinks and/or post materials online. (1) | honduras/otr03/honparks_mu.html |

Honduras's industrial sector consists of three separate but related sub-sectors. First there are relatively long-established industries producing processed food and drinks and clothing for the domestic market. Second, there are processing industries related to the principal agro-export products such as meat packing, sugar mills, paper and pulp. Third, the most important one concerning this study, is the assembly for export operations, which has been developed relatively recently. In 1977 the first free trade zone (FTZ) was established in Puerto Cortes. It offers preconstructed plant facilities for all types of light and medium industry. Five more FTZ's (Omoa, Choloma, Tela, La Ceiba, Amapala) have been legislated. In 1987 the law was passed to allow the establishment of privately owned free zones (EPZ) anywhere in the country. As a result the first EPZ was inaugurated in 1990. Today a total of eight EPZ's are in operation and five more are planned to be constructed. (1) | honduras/bus02/offshore_mfg_mu.html |

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I am sitting in the courtyard of our rented house in Antigua, Guatemala, watching the first clouds of the day settle like a mantilla on Agua, the city's signature volcano. We have been in this 16th century Spanish capital of Guatemala for three weeks now, and I know what to expect. The first pounding on the heavy carved doors will be the tortilla lady, the second the morning newspapers. Soon will follow the sound of drums as the elementary school up the street begins its daily rehearsal for the national celebration of Independence Day. The school children will march by our door, the girls dressed in red plaid uniforms, banging away on their drums and following the rather mournful looking teacher who always chews gum. Our house, an elegantly restored Spanish colonial villa with a cloistered courtyard, sits on the northern edge of this tiny city of 18,000 and takes its name, the Casa San Sebastian, from the 16th century ruins of a parish church across the street. The house is an easy walk from anywhere in Antigua, whose narrow stone streets and one-story houses were laid out in a rectangular grid over 400 years ago by an Italian military engineer under orders from Charles V of Spain. In some parts of the city, little has changed. Five blocks away in the Parque Central, Antigua's tree-rimmed central square, Indians from nearby villages are setting out their hand-loomed wares for sale (1) | guatemala/spm07/proyecto_ling_mu.html |

I am sport-fishing records for marlin and sailfish. I am a nightlife that dazzles with its cafes and casinos, bistros and discos. I am uniquely myself -culturally rich, technologically modern, at peace for myself (except for a slight disruption) and my neighbours for over a century. I am closer to you than you may ever have thought (by air) (1) | panama/www01/panama_mu.html |

I am the Kuna, Guaymi and Chocoe indians, the Spaniard Balboa, the Englishman Francis Drake, and the legacy of the Frenchman Ferdinand DeLesseps. I am a rain forest stalked by cunning jaguars, hillsides that explode with the glory of orchids and mountains. I am the (1) | panama/www01/panama_mu.html |

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In 1954, as the communist party gained increasing influence in the Guatemalan government headed by President Jacobo Arbenz, the US assisted in the overthrow of the Arbenz government. Following this coup, the US was closely allied to successive Guatemalan governments. In the 1960's, a left-wing guerrilla movement with ties to Cuba emerged in Guatemala and carried out violent attacks, including the 1968 assassination of the US ambassador. This insurgency continued throughout the 1960's and intensified in the late 1970's. Relations between the US and Guatemalan governments came under strain in 1977, when the Carter administration issued its first annual human rights report on Guatemala. The Guatemalan government rejected that report's negative assessment and refused US military aid. The human rights situation deteriorated further in the late 1970's and early 1980's, as the Guatemalan army--in which the intelligence and security services played a central role--waged a ruthless scorched-earth campaign against the communist guerrillas as well as noncombatants. In the course of this campaign in a country with a population that has never been more than approximately 10 million, more than 100,000 Guatemalans died. Through the 1980's and into the 1990's, the human rights situation gradually improved as the insurgency waned, but successive Department of State human rights reports continued to document egregious violations, including murders of political opponents. Relations between the two countries warmed in the mid-1980's with gradual improvements in human rights and the Reagan administration's emphasis on curbing the spread of communism in Central America. After a civilian government under President Cerezo was elected in 1985, overt non-lethal US military aid to Guatemala resumed. In December 1990, however, largely as a result of the killing of US citizen Michael DeVine by members of the Guatemalan army, the Bush administration suspended almost all overt military aid. Guatemala inaugurated a new democratically-elected president, Jorge Serrano, in January 1991. In May 1993, however, President Serrano, claiming to be frustrated by congressional corruption, illegally dissolved the congress and supreme court and tried to restrict civil freedoms. In the face of strong protests by Guatemalan citizens and the international community (including the United States) and--most importantly--in the face of the Guatemalan army's refusal to support him, President Serrano's Fujimori-style "auto-coup" failed. In June l993, following President Serrano's flight from the country, the Guatemalan congress elected the human rights ombudsman, Ramiro De Leon Carpio, to be president. The US worked with the De Leon government in attempting to strengthen democracy and human rights. Both governments also cooperated in the fight against the transnational shipment of illegal narcotics, which had become a major problem in Guatemala in the early 1990's. The US also joined the "Group of Friends of the Peace Process," which continues to work to bring an end to Guatemala's 35-year-old internal conflict. In January 1996, Guatemalans elected a new President, Alvaro Arzu Irigoyen. There has been some improvement over time in the Guatemalan military's accountability with regard to human rights violations. Whereas in the 1980's the army acted with total impunity, in the 1990's military personnel were for the first time charged, convicted, and imprisoned for some of their crimes. Senior officers, however, are still rarely charged for their roles in ordering or covering up such crimes. Human rights problems, including cases involving US citizens, remain a serious concern in US-Guatemalan relations. US policy objectives in Guatemala since 1984 have included supporting the transition to and strengthening of civilian democratic government, encouraging respect for human rights and the rule of law, supporting economic growth, combating illegal narcotics trafficking, fighting the communist insurgency, and, in recent years, advancing the peace process. (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

In 1990, the Nicaraguans went to the polls and elected Violeta Chamorro, leader of the opposition UNO and widow of martyred La Prensa editor, Pedro Chamorro. Chamorro's failure to revive the economy, and her increasing reliance on Sandinista support, led to US threats to withhold aid, but the civil war seemed to be over at last. Daniel Ortega ran for president in October 1996, apologising for Sandinista 'excesses' and calling himself a centrist, but he was defeated by the ex-mayor of Managua, anti-communist Liberal Alliance candidate, Arnoldo Aleman. (1) | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm |

In 1994, a CARE study identified the areas of Honduas most affected by poverty. According to their study, the three poorest departments are Intibuca, Lempira and La Paz. As the industrial and commercial regions of San Pedro Sula, Tegucigalpa, Puerto Cortes, and Choluteca experience economic growth, these departments are left behind, and create a corridor of misery is southeastern Honduras. (1) | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html |

In March 1992, the station disseminated an intelligence report based on a source's information that on March 12,1992, the Guatemalan army had captured "Everardo," the commander of the Revolutionary Organization of the People in Arms (ORPA) Luis Ixmata Battalion, in an ambush near San Marcos. The source said that Everardo, although lightly wounded in the arm, was in good condition, being well treated by the army, and cooperating fully with his captors. According to the source, the news of Everardo's capture had not been publicized and would probably be kept secret, or even concealed by a claim that he had been killed, in order to maximize his intelligence value. The source also stated that Everardo had told his captors that Cuba was providing training and weapons to his guerrillas, and that the latest weapons shipment had come six months earlier. (There was no mention in the report of Everardo s actual name, Efrain Bamaca Velasquez, and thus it apparently received no attention until the report was rediscovered in early November 1994.) In April 1992, the station reported a source's claim that ORPA leader "Comandante Everardo" had allegedly been recently killed in combat in Quiche. In late May 1992, the Department of Defense (DOD) disseminated an intelligence report indicating that the Guatemalan government was concerned by the precedent set by the Human Rights Ombudsman's office in filing a request directly with the courts rather than through the attorney general's office to exhume a body at the request of a "Mr. Bamaca" whose son was believed to be buried in the grave. Twelve bodies were presumed to be in the grave. In May 1993, the station learned from a source recounting the apparent accuracy of the stories being told by "Willy" and "Carlos" (escaped guerrillas Jaime Adalberto Augustin Recinos and Santiago Cabrera Lopez) regarding captured guerrillas being held in clandestine prison cells by the Guatemalan military, including their description of particular captured insurgents--including Bamaca. The source reported an allegation that Bamaca was alive, but he could neither confirm nor refute the allegation. In September l993, DOD disseminated an intelligence report claiming that clandestine military prisons had "always" existed in Guatemala, and that guerrilla prisoners were commonly held incommunicado in isolated military zone locations, interrogated, and killed after the army had extracted all useful information from them. It was also reported that Bamaca had been held incommunicado, interrogated a number of times, and killed, and his body disposed of in an unidentified location. In May 1994, the station disseminated an intelligence report that a source claimed that unidentified D-2 officers took Bamaca away shortly after his capture and that was the last the source had heard anything about Bamaca's whereabouts or status. The source had also suggested that Bamaca was in good health at the time. In June and August 1994, the station reported that it had heard that the escaped guerrillas' testimony that they had seen Bamaca alive in a clandestine prison was fabricated in order to support the guerrillas' propaganda objectives. Reportedly Bamaca had actually died shortly after being wounded and captured in the fire fight with the army. In October 1994, the station disseminated an intelligence report from a source stating that Bamaca's capture was viewed as a great success because Bamaca was the only important indigenous guerrilla leader--as opposed to those of mixed "Spanish-indigenous" descent--at the time. He also said that to the best of his knowledge Bamaca died of his wounds shortly after his capture. In early November 1994, DOD disseminated an intelligence report saying that the army reportedly did not have Bamaca in custody and speculating that if the army knew where Bamaca was, whether dead or alive, it would turn him over to end the media attention. The report also described the practice by which the Guatemalan army reputedly interrogated captured guerrillas and then forced them to work for army intelligence or face summary execution. In early November 1994, DOD disseminated an intelligence report saying that Bamaca had reportedly received a relatively minor wound in the arm in a firefight near Retalhuleu, was captured, and was interrogated at Retalhuleu and later at San Marcos. Because of Bamaca's importance and because of his repeated attempts to escape, he was encased in a full body cast to prevent escape. The report indicated that Bamaca may have been questioned for about a month in San Marcos by military intelligence division officers, and talked freely about the guerrillas' policies, personnel, and activities, but provided false information on arms caches. After the military intelligence division decided Bamaca was no longer of use, it issued an order that he be killed and sent a D-2 helicopter which took Bamaca away from San Marcos still alive. The report speculated that Bamaca had probably been dumped at sea, which may be why the government could not now produce the body. DOD had disseminated a report in April 1994 which suggested that in the mid-1980's, the D-2 often dumped guerrillas from aircraft into the sea to eliminate evidence that prisoners had been tortured and killed. In early November 1994, the station disseminated an intelligence report from a source who said that the description of Bamaca did not match that of the guerrilla killed in the firefight on March 12, 1992. The report recounted an observation that the army may have substituted another guerrilla's body for that of Bamaca, who was apparently killed elsewhere to cover up evidence of torture. Also in November 1994, the station disseminated an intelligence report from a source who said that Bamaca was dead and that Jennifer Harbury's efforts to draw international attention would only bring condemnation on the Guatemalan government and strain relations between Guatemala and the international community. In mid-November 1994, DOD heard that Bamaca had been interrogated in San Marcos principally by Majors Soto and Sosa. This report claimed that Bamaca was uncooperative and tried to escape and was, therefore, incapacitated in a full body cast. In mid-November 1994, DOD disseminated a report indicating that Bamaca was dead and recounting an allegation that Bamaca's remains were in a place that made them "impossible" to recover. In mid-November 1994, the station disseminated an intelligence report indicating that the guerrillas apparently did not know what happened to Bamaca after March 12, 1992, but that they felt Bamaca could still be alive only if he had betrayed the guerrillas and cooperated with the army. In case Bamaca had cooperated and was still alive, it was reported that the guerrillas believed Jennifer Harbury's demonstrations would force the army to kill Bamaca and thereby remove a threat to the URNG. They believed, however, that Bamaca was probably dead, and the report recounted that the URNG intelligence apparatus had been sending Harbury fabricated reports that Bamaca was alive in order to encourage her highly visible political activities against the Guatemalan government. In mid-November 1994, the station disseminated an intelligence report from a source who had heard that Bamaca had surrendered without resistance, was turned over to the G-2 in San Marcos, and was held at San Marcos and Santa Ana Berlin, Quetzaltenango Department. In late November 1994, the station heard from two sources who offered their views on Bamaca's fate. One speculated that Bamaca may have died of his wounds while being interrogated. In late November 1994, DOD disseminated an intelligence report recounting that it was believed that Bamaca had died of his wounds shortly after the firefight in March 1992. In early December 1994, the station disseminated an intelligence report stating that a source said that Bamaca was captured unharmed or lightly wounded and may have been alive for four or five weeks. The source opined that he had probably been killed once he had outlived his usefulness. He also said that Bamaca's high-level guerrilla rank was not discovered until after his death. The report also stated that Colonel Alpirez took charge of Bamaca's interrogation. In early December 1994, DOD disseminated an intelligence report stating that on March 12, 1992, Guatemalan journalists were shown the bodies of two guerrillas, one of whom they were told was Bamaca (who was described to them as only a platoon lieutenant, not a higher-level commander). After the journalists examined a diary taken from the body reported to be Bamaca's and photographed the body, a civil judge came to record the deaths. It appeared to be normal procedure for then-Human Rights Ombudsman De Leon both to receive all information about guerrillas captured by the army and to take custody of any guerrillas released after they agreed to give up their armed struggle. The DOD report commented that in light of all of the reports of Bamaca's capture, at least one of these observers had probably been duped into thinking that a dead guerrilla was Bamaca. In mid-December 1994, the station learned from a source that he had heard that Alpirez, Major Raul Oliva, and Colonel Leonel Godoy had "worked with" Bamaca after his capture. The source did not know if Bamaca was dead or alive but assured the station that Bamaca was not killed in San Marcos. The source also described a burial site for guerrillas killed in the attack on Bamaca's column, but said that Bamaca was not buried there. In mid-January I995, the station was informed by a source that he had heard that an official who had investigated the Bamaca case had found witnesses to Bamaca's suicide. The information was passed only to the DO. In late January 1995, the station disseminated a report from a source who said that he had been told that it was known within the senior ranks of the army that Alpirez had killed Bamaca. In early February 1995, DOD disseminated a report saying that Alpirez had reportedly overseen the interrogation of Bamaca. The report did not recount any allegations about who had actually killed Bamaca, but expressed doubt that Alpirez would have personally done so. In late February l995, the station disseminated an intelligence report stating that sources said the Guatemalan government had conducted three separate investigations of the Bamaca case and had decided that he died of his wounds soon after the firefight and that his identity was not discovered until one or two days later. In early March 1995, DOD disseminated a report indicating that Bamaca had probably not been held at either of two Pacific naval bases in Guatemala. In early March 1995, the station disseminated an intelligence report stating that the Minister of Defense had said that a body exhumed in the search for Bamaca's remains (presumably in August 1993) was indeed Bamaca's. Reportedly, the judge who had claimed otherwise had been paid to say so, but would soon testify in court that it had been Bamaca's. In mid-March l995, DOD disseminated an intelligence report which recounted that there was no body of Bamaca for the Guatemalans to produce. It gave no further details. In March I995, the station disseminated an intelligence report from a source who said that, at the time of Bamaca's capture, he was visited at San Marcos by senior officers. The source added that he believed the army would stick to its story that Bamaca died in the firefight. In March 1995, DOD disseminated an intelligence report recounting rumors that Bamaca's body had been thrown in to a river on an unknown date. In early April 1995, DOD disseminated an intelligence report indicating that Bamaca had led soldiers to locate an arms cache on Santiaguito volcano in Military Zone 1715, where they were ambushed by guerrillas. The officer in charge, Lieutenant Colonel Jesus Aguirre, was reportedly wounded, and in his anger ordered Bamaca killed, possibly by being thrown into the active volcano. The report suggested that it would be easy to determine exactly when this occurred because Aguirre's wounds were so severe that he traveled to Houston, Texas for treatment. It added that Aguirre had visited the United States in 1992 from March I8 to June 5, and from September 6 to September 30. The second trip was reportedly to Houston for unspecified medical reasons. (Escaped guerrilla Santiago Cabrera has stated that Aguirre had been wounded and left San Marcos before Bamaca's capture and did not participate in his interrogations. A March 1992 station report corroborates that Aguirre was seriously wounded two weeks before Bamaca's capture.) In early April 1995, DOD disseminated an intelligence report indicating that Alpirez had been in command of an anti-guerrilla operation away from headquarters during the time Bamaca was captured. The DOD report noted, however, that in public testimony before the Attorney General, Alpirez had stated that his duties at the time were administrative, not operational. In mid-April 1995, an internal DOD intelligence report indicated that Bamaca had reportedly been wounded in the shoulder during the March 12 firefight and had been taken to the Santa Ana Berlin military installation for treatment and interrogation. During this time Colonel Alpirez, from the San Marcos military zone, visited Santa Ana Berlin to follow the situation. Colonel Alpirez reportedly ordered that Bamaca be put in a full body cast to prevent his escape. Bamaca was then moved to several different places in Guatemala for interrogation and then eliminated. The report did not provide details on Bamaca's death. In April 1995, the station disseminated an intelligence report from a source who had heard that Bamaca was buried at the Cabanas army detachment, which was located in the village of Montanita on the Cabuz River. The source was unable to provide any other details on what had happened to Bamaca. In early May 1995, DOD disseminated an intelligence report recounting that Bamaca was reportedly dead, but it gave no further details or the basis for this statement. In May 1995, the station disseminated an intelligence report from a source who said he had heard that Alpirez was not involved in the death of Bamaca, but that Bamaca had been turned over to military intelligence in Guatemala City at some point after his capture. In May 1995, the station reported to its headquarters that the embassy had informed it that Angel Nery Urizar Garcia--who claimed to have seen Bamaca alive at Santa Ana Berlin military detachment at some point in 1992 when Urizar was affiliated with the D-2 and posted to the region--was reportedly under the protection of Guatemalan human rights authorities and claimed to have been the subject of an assassination attempt. The station soon afterwards disseminated a report to its headquarters and to CIA analysts that a source had confirmed that Urizar was an enlisted man who worked for G-2 in the San Marcos region when Bamaca was captured. The source said that Urizar's claim that the army had killed and buried a former guerrilla in Bamaca's place appeared to be credible, as the army wanted to interrogate Bamaca but have the public believe he had been killed. In June 1995, the station relayed to its headquarters a source's report that Colonel Alpirez had Bamaca's interrogation report, but the source had no specific information that Alpirez had killed Bamaca. He believed Alpirez was capable of it, but felt Alpirez would not have acted without orders. In June 1995, the station disseminated an intelligence report that a source stated that there was a rumor circulating in the Guatemalan army that the search for Bamaca's remains at the Cabanas detachment was futile because Bamaca's body had been burned. In July 1995, the station disseminated an intelligence report from a source who said that the Guatemalan government felt it unfortunate that Nery Urizar Garcia had claimed that the army had buried another guerrilla in Bamaca's place. The source reported speculation that if Bamaca s body were not found at the gravesite (apparently at Las Cabanas), it was because the guerrillas had switched the body. In early July 1995, DOD disseminated an intelligence report in which it was said that Colonel Alpirez had been heard to say to someone in the Solicitor General's office that he had been the second commander of a combined task force made up of units from military zones 18 and 1715, which was under the command of Colonel Haroldo Antulio Ruano Del Cid and headquartered at Santa Ana Berlin. Alpirez reportedly stated that task force patrols had used Bamaca as a guide to lead them to hidden weapons caches and that one of these patrols, led by Major Jesus Efrain Aguirre Loarca, had been ambushed and Aguirre wounded. According to Alpirez, the decision was then made to eliminate Bamaca, but Colonel Ruano would not take responsibility for the decision, which was referred to Colonel Harry Ponce, the Military Zone 18 commander, who referred it to the D-2 in Guatemala City. Colonel Otto Perez Molina, the D-2 director, reportedly then flew to Santa Ana Berlin with Colonel Hector Mario Barrios Celada to pick up Bamaca in a helicopter piloted by Captain Erwin Sosa Lara. Alpirez allegedly did not know where Bamaca's body was located. The DOD report noted that Colonel Ruano was assigned at the time as the deputy director of a military high school; such an assignment would make it unusual for him to have commanded an operational task force. In early July 1995, DOD disseminated an intelligence report recounting that President Serrano had been told that Bamaca's remains were not at Las Cabanas military detachment, where Jennifer Harbury was seeking an exhumation--but that there were clandestine cemeteries in that general area with the bodies of other victims. In July 1995, the station disseminated an intelligence report that a source stated that some Guatemalan officials felt that the government should use legal maneuvers to obstruct the grave excavation at Cabanas military detachment. They feared that an exhumation there would indeed unearth guerrilla remains and lead to calls for exhumations elsewhere. In early August l995, DOD disseminated an intelligence report recounting speculation that Colonel Alpirez may know exactly who killed Bamaca and when and how--and that he may be holding this information as his "ace in the hole." In late February 1996, DOD disseminated an intelligence report stating that the Guatemalan government had obtained declassified CIA documents relating to Bamaca's capture. These documents made no mention of Major Sosa Orellana, who had reportedly ordered the murder of another insurgent who was then passed off as that of Bamaca. In late March 1996, DOD disseminated a new account of Bamaca's fate from a March 1996 letter to the embassy purportedly from "PREGUA," allegedly a group of disaffected army officers. According to this account, Bamaca was captured and interrogated over the course of a year in various military zones and in Guatemala City with the knowledge of the leadership of the Guatemalan army and numerous army officers identified by name. The letter stated that the recent allegation that another guerrilla was killed and buried in Bamaca's place was true. Reportedly after the efforts of Bamaca's wife focused greater attention on the Bamaca case, President Serrano, Minister of Government Perdomo, Minister of Defense Garcia Samayoa, Army Chief of Staff Perussina Rivera, Chief of the Presidential Military Staff Ortega Menaldo, and D-2 chief Colonel Perez Molina met to consider the situation. Although all participants except Colonel Perez Molina supported releasing Bamaca, it was allegedly decided that Colonel Perez Molina would take care of the problem. According to the account, Colonel Perez then ordered his subordinates to kill Bamaca, and the order was carried out by D-2 enlisted men near Guatemala's southern coast, with Bamaca's body being buried or burned in a sugar cane field. The DOD report commented that many of the persons named in the letter were indeed at the relevant time in the positions that were asserted in the letter, but that the letter appeared to have been written by different authors than an earlier letter purportedly from the same group, and that it appeared unlikely that such a high level group would have deferred to Colonel Perez Molina on what to do with Bamaca. The report also noted that although the document listed 25 officers who were aware of or involved in Bamaca's interrogation, it did not include two officers who have been included in many other accounts--Colonel Alpirez and Lieutenant Colonel Soto Bilbao. In late April 1996, DOD disseminated an intelligence reporting a belief that the sort of high-level meeting to decide Bamaca's fate alleged by the 'PREGUA" letter could have occurred. The report also recounted speculation that three likely candidates as the author of the letter were Colonel Alfredo Merida Gonzalez (a former D-2 chief known to have written anonymous letters before) and Colonel Alpirez and Lieutenant Colonel Juan Gillermo Oliva Carrera (both of whom had been mentioned in earlier accounts of the case but were completely absent from the PREGUA letter). (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

In May 1990 Costa Rica agreed with its commercial creditors on a debt reduction plan under which its large outstanding arrears were regularized, 62 percent of commercial bank debt was bought back at an 80 percent discount and the remainder was restructured with 20 years maturity. This Brady-style agreement reduced Costa Rica's external debt by about 20 percent and lowered the share of debt at floating interest to about 30 percent of the total, thereby greatly reducing its vulnerability to interest rate volatility. Another agreement was signed with the Paris Club in June 1992, rescheduling principal and interest due as of June 30, 1993 with participating creditor countries. External arrears were reduced to $45 million in December 1995, and were eliminated in January 1996. Costa Rica's remaining debt, however, at $3.3 billion at end-1994, is still relatively high and inflexible. The bulk of debt service is to multilateral lenders, and is expected to fluctuate around 50 to 60 percent of public debt service throughout the 1990s. This would limit severely the scope for maneuver in the event of future payments difficulties. (1) | costarica/eco02/costaric_mu.htm |

In Nicaragua, by contrast, the government has welcomed the dry canal. According to Bosco, the project also has the support of opposition leader Daniel Ortega. Many Nicaraguans across the political spectrum look to the dry canal as an economic cornucopia — newspapers there have claimed it will create 20,000 jobs. After construction, Bosco estimated, the dry canal's permanent operations will employ 6,000 to 7,000, with each direct position generating another two or three support jobs. (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

In November the People's United Party was reelected to office winning thirteen of the eighteen in the House of Representatives. The opposition party--UDP--won the remaining five seats. This election victory was seen as a mandate for the government to proceed with the finalization of the independence status since the People's United Party ran on a platform of moving towards independence. The opposition party, UDP, ran on a platform against independence in the immediate future until the Guatemalan dispute was settled (2). (1) | belize/gov01/belize_mu.html |

In Panama, the balboa, which is divided into 100 centesimos, is the basic monetary unit (1 balboa equals U.S.$1; 1987). U.S. paper money and coinage are also accepted as legal currency, and no exchange control is exercised. The National Bank of Panama (1904) is the official bank. The country's chief exports are bananas, petroleum products, shrimp, raw sugar, and coffee. The U.S. receives more than 60% of Panama's exports. Imports, mostly from the United States, Mexico, and Japan, consist primarily of mineral fuels, machinery, chemicals, transportation equipment, and basic manufactures. In the late 1980s Panama's annual exports earned $2.7 billion, and its imports cost $3.2 billion. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

In a move to reverse the flagging fortunes of the ruling United Democratic Party incumbents in Toledo West and East, Prime Minister Manuel Esquivel on Sunday, December 14, along with his entourage, descended on the town of Punta Gorda to give his support to ousted Toledo Alcaldes Association chairman Leonardo Acal, and to “formally recognize the Alcaldes Association as an officially registered non-governmental organization.” At the meeting, held at the Sports Complex in Punta Gorda Town at 10 (1) | belize/nan01/amandala_mu.html |

In a tranquil oasis with beautiful gardens just a few minutes from the principal comercial centers (1) | costarica/tra06/tourism_mu.html |

In addition to classroom instruction, the Hermandad organizes daily events such as round table discussions, educational movies, and field trips to indigenous villages, hot mountain springs, inner-city shantytowns and other locations where you can learn about Guatemalan history, culture and social issues. Quetzaltenango (also called Xela ---pronounced [SHAY-LA]), where two of the schools are located, is Guatemala's second largest city, Located in the heart of the Sierra Madre mountains, 2,330 m. (7,652 feet) above sea level. The Santa Maria volcano watches silently over the town. Days are warm and breezy; evenings are cool. Characterized by quiet parks, plazas, and narrow stone-paved streets, Quetzaltenango is considered a progressive city in Central America. It has two universities, technical schools, a sports complex, and a municipal arts theatre, and is the home of several Latin American poets, painters, and writers. With relatively few tourists, the city has avoided the label "gringotenango" applied toward other Spanish language study centres. The Quetzaltecos, who are a warm, friendly people, provide unlimited opportunities to speak Spanish. (1) | guatemala/spm06/hermand_mu.htm |

In analyzing the apparent breakdown of the process for identifying assets against whom allegations of human rights abuse had been made we reviewed the functioning of the "asset validation system." CIA's Directorate of Operations instituted this system in 1989 in order to advance two primary objectives unrelated to human rights (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

In contrast, the current dry canal proposal looks less controversial. Although it faces competition from proposed land bridges across other parts of Mesoamerica, it enjoys support across the Nicaraguan political spectrum and indifference in Washington. "If you get an economically viable dry canal that reduces transportation costs, that creates jobs and employment in a place like this, what's there to be against?" said a U.S. diplomat in Managua, speaking on condition of anonymity. "It's good for trade, it helps prevent illegal immigration to the States." (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

In late June 1990, the Department of Defense (DOD) disseminated a report suggesting that the army "definitely" did not kill DeVine. The report also indicated that the army had issued orders to find out promptly who had committed the murder, which may have been connected to robbery. DOD cautioned that this report "was anything but a definitive report" but was optimistic that the army's vigorous investigation to clear itself would produce the killers. In August 1990, the station disseminated its first intelligence report on the murder from a source who reported that Colonel Garcia Catalan, the military zone commander, had ordered the surveillance of DeVine and that it was carried out by five enlisted men. The source added that the Ministry of Defense was engaged in a cover-up, including the destruction of a white Toyota pickup used to conduct the surveillance of DeVine. (By the time of this report, the embassy, because of Carl West's investigation, already strongly suspected that members of the army killed DeVine.) Also in August 1990, the station disseminated an intelligence report from a source who reported that President Cerezo, under pressure from the US ambassador, had ordered a proper investigation by the Ministry of Defense. The source also stated that rumors that DeVine had been somehow involved with the guerrillas were apparently unfounded and perhaps part of the military cover-up. In September 1990, DOD disseminated an intelligence report which suggested that DeVine may have been killed by soldiers from Military Zone 23. It had been rumored that DeVine had been providing support to the guerrillas, but this report speculated that the murder had not been officially ordered. By another account related in this report, the Ministry of Defense was blocking any investigation and had already executed the killers. Later in September 1990, DOD disseminated an intelligence report suggesting that President Cerezo and the military high command intended to placate the U.S. embassy as much as possible on the DeVine case, but did not really expect to bring the case to any particular conclusion. Another DOD report disseminated in September 1990 provided an account of the investigation being carried out by the new commander of Military Zone 23, Colonel Ortega. In October 1990, the station learned from a source that five army suspects had been arrested, and that although they had not been ordered to kill DeVine, they had been ordered to surveil him in order to recover one or two missing Galil rifles believed to be in his possession. The source opined that the soldiers had gotten into an altercation with DeVine and went too far. The source repeated these findings to the station again in October. In that second cable the station also stated that it had been told that DeVine drank heavily and practiced his karate moves on troops from the Poptun base beating them senseless, though the station had not verified this. In mid-October 1990, DOD disseminated an intelligence report claiming that several soldiers had been charged with DeVine's killing as a result of US embassy pressure, but that those charged were not believed to be guilty. The report said that the assistant G-2 of Military Zone 23, Second Captain Santos Bohr Avendano, had been in charge of the operation, and that another officer may also have been involved. It also reported that the motive for the killing remained unclear, but DeVine was said to have been involved in providing logistical support to the insurgents and possibly in arms smuggling. This DOD report also referred to an anonymous phone call to the embassy that fingered Captain Bohr as the officer on the scene. In December 1990, the station disseminated an intelligence report from a source who stated that he believed that Captain Bohr Avendano and all but perhaps one of the arrested soldiers were innocent, and that those who had killed DeVine had not acted under official orders. (All but one of the soldiers in fact appear to have been innocent, and in February 1991 they identified the soldiers who were eventually convicted.) The source also reported that the Minister of Defense, against the advice of the Army Chief of Staff, was an obstacle to pursuing a proper investigation. (This intelligence contributed to the US ambassador's recommendation that almost all military aid to Guatemala be suspended; the suspension was implemented almost immediately.) In late December 1990, DOD disseminated an intelligence report saying that DeVine had reportedly tried illegally to buy two army rifles for 1,000 quetzales. Soldiers from the military zone G-2 section reportedly were attempting to bring him in for questioning when he punched one of them in the face; the soldiers then knocked DeVine to the ground and killed him. By this account, the zone commander had not ordered a murder, but certainly knew about the events. The report said the army recovered the two rifles but did not say from whom. It also recounted the rumor that DeVine's killers had been executed by the army, but that the other soldiers who had been charged for the crime might be convicted anyway. In early January 1991, DOD disseminated an intelligence report recounting that at the time he was killed, DeVine was being investigated for providing medical supplies and food to the guerrillas. The report stated that the zone commander knew of the investigation--and became part of the cover-up--but that he had not intended that DeVine be killed. In April 1991, the station disseminated an intelligence report with a source's information that the soldiers had killed DeVine while interrogating him about a missing Galil rifle. The military zone had heard that the rifle had been sold by a deserter to DeVine, and the D-2 had instructed the military zone commander, Colonel Garcia Catalan, to recover it. One of Colonel Garcia's subordinates, Captain Contreras, had sent a group of four sergeants and eight soldiers on the mission. When DeVine either did not know anything or refused to talk, one of the sergeants killed him with a machete. Contreras was now being criticized for having failed to supervise the enlisted men. Many officers reportedly believed that Contreras, who was known for his temper and abuse of soldiers, probably frightened the soldiers into taking extreme actions out of a fear that they would be severely punished if the rifle were not recovered. Also in April 1991, the station obtained a copy of a report relating to the De Vine case. It included a personality profile of DeVine, which was generally positive, but noted a sometimes aggressive manner and a readiness to denounce people involved in narcotics trafficking. It recounted various claims or rumors that provided possible motives for the killing (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

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In the course of our review, we learned that in the period since 1984, several CIA assets were credibly alleged to have ordered, planned, or participated in serious human rights violations such as assassination, extrajudicial execution, torture, or kidnapping while they were assets--and that the CIA was contemporaneously aware of many of the allegations. A number of assets were alleged--though with varying degrees of reliability--to have been involved in similar abuses before their CIA asset relationships began. In several other cases, the alleged abuses occurred or came to light only after the CIA was no longer in contact with the asset. A few assets were reportedly present while non-assets engaged in acts of intimidation, and another engaged in such an act before becoming an asset. Another asset was the subject of an unspecified allegation of human rights abuse. Several of the above assets were also involved in covering up human rights abuses, as was one additional asset. In addition, a number of the station's liaison contacts--Guatemalan officials with whom the station worked in an official capacity--were also alleged to have been involved in human rights abuses or in covering them up. In many of these cases, however, US intelligence learned of the allegations only by virtue of reports from other assets who were themselves alleged to have engaged in similar abuses. Some of these sources, though, had grudges against those about whom they reported and thus may have had an incentive to fabricate or exaggerate allegations. The IOB notes that US national interests, with respect to Guatemala and elsewhere, can in some cases justify relationships with assets who have sordid or even criminal backgrounds, including human rights violations. In fact, it will often be the case that the best placed sources of information on nefarious activities are not entirely clean themselves. There should be, however, an effort explicitly to balance the value and uniqueness of an asset's contributions against the seriousness and reliability of any allegations against him. We believe it critical that this balancing process take place in the context of broad US interests. It should be noted that, in carrying out domestic law enforcement activities, US authorities regularly weigh such considerations in entering into informant relationships with persons who have criminal backgrounds. Among the potential costs to be considered in establishing or continuing such relationships with foreign intelligence assets are (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

In the course of our review, we uncovered no significant developments related to the Department of Defense's intelligence collection in Guatemala that were not briefed to the Congressional oversight committees. Congress was also notified of the l991 discovery by DOD that the School of the Americas and Southern Command had used improper instruction materials in training Latin American officers, including Guatemalans, from 1982 to 1991. These materials had never received proper DOD review, and certain passages appeared to condone (or could have been interpreted to condone) practices such as executions of guerrillas, extortion, physical abuse, coercion, and false imprisonment. On discovery of the error, DOD replaced and modified the materials, and instructed its representatives in the affected countries to retrieve all copies of the materials from their foreign counterparts and to explain that some of the contents violated US policy. (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

In the early 1980s, the government and the military unleashed a scorched-earth policy against their own people in attempt "to take the water from the fish." The guerrillas were the fish, Guatemala's Mayan Indians were the water. In the violence that followed, some 100,000 Mayans were massacred, another 1,000,000 were displaced within the country, 440 villages were levelled, 40,000 people were "disappeared" and nearly 200,000 were forced to flee into Mexico. Now, after more than twelve-years in exile, those Mayans that have been living in the United Nations supported refugee camps in Mexico, and others who had melted into the Mexican population on their own, are beginning to return. (1) | guatemala/www05/2115_mu.html |

In the late 1980s Panama had an installed electricity-generating capacity of about 898,000 kw. Annual production was some 2.9 billion kwh, of which about 30% was generated by thermal facilities and almost all the rest by hydroelectric installations. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

In the midst of beautiful gardens and soothing surroundings La Pina Dorada provides the peaceful atmosphere of a country Bed a Breakfast. (1) | costarica/tra06/tourism_mu.html |

In three of the hundreds of communities that make up the vast Mayan population of present day Guatemala Indian artists produce oil paintings about Mayan life. Those communities are Cakchiquel speaking San Juan Comalapa, and the Tz'utuhil speaking towns of Santiago Atitlan and San Pedro la Laguna. This website deals only with the Tz'utuhil speaking artists, and mainly with the artists from San Pedro la Laguna and its close neighbor San Juan la Laguna. There are currently two exhibitions of Tz'utuhil Mayan paintings is California (1) | guatemala/art02/www_artemaya_com_mu.html |

InBio (1) | crwww/sus03/www_inbio_ac_cr_mu.html |

Includes 1997 GSA Annual Meeting presentations (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

Index (1) | guatemala/etp03/mader_mu.html |

Index (2) | guatemala/etp03/mader_mu.html | panama/www01/panama_mu.html |

Index Page (1) | belize/tra02/belize_mu.html |

Indexed web pages about Guatemala. Also in Spanish. (1) | guatemala/art01/www_artguat_org_mu.html |

Indicador Internacional de Tasas de interes e indice industrial (1) | nicaragua/eco03/economia_mu.html |

Indicador Internacional de Tipos de Cambio y Precios (1) | nicaragua/eco03/economia_mu.html |

Indicadores (1) | crwww/eco09/www_microempresa_or_cr_mu.html |

Indicadores Economicos (1) | nicaragua/eco03/economia_mu.html |

Indicadores Economicos (1) | nicaragua/gov02/www_bcn_gob_ni_mu.html |

Indicadores Socio-Demograficos de Nicaragua (1) | nicaragua/res04/~unfpanic_mu.html |

Indicadores de Salud (1) | honduras/otr02/www_paho-who_hn_mu.html |

Indice (1) | panama/gen01/www_ancon_org_mu.html |

Indice General (1) | salvador/www04/welcome_mu.htm |

Indice Web (1) | nicaragua/res07/nicarao_apc_org_ni_mu.html |

Indice de Derechos (2) | honduras/hum03/links_mu.html | honduras/hum03/links_mu.html |

Indice de Leyes Generales (1) | nicaragua/gov01/www_asamblea_gob_ni_mu.html |

Individualized Instruction (1) | guatemala/spm02/casa_mu.html |

Industry (1) | costarica/tra12/netinc_mu.html |

Inflacion cayo en 12,5 por ciento en 1997 (1) | honduras/nan03/www_laprensahn_com_mu.html |

Inflacion se redujo en 1997 en 12.5% (1) | honduras/nan04/www_latribuna_hn_mu.html |

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Info (1) | costarica/tra06/tourism_mu.html |

Info Costa Rica (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

Info General (1) | crwww/edu01/www_catie_ac_cr_mu.html |

Info and more. (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

Info for jewish people. (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

Info in many languages. (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

Info in spanish. (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

Info, nice map. (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

Info, nice slide show, good sensitive map. (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

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Info. E-mail directory. (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

Info. English a spanish. (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

Info. Nice map. (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

Info. On line magazine. (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

Info. Photo show. (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

Info. Searchable data base of tour operators. (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

Info. about Internet in Guatemala! (1) | guatemala/www02/guatemala_mu.html |

Info@merica (1) | costarica/tra12/netinc_mu.html |

Info@merica S.A. (2) | costarica/tra11/visitor_mu.html | crwww/bus03/www_incostarica_net_mu.html |

InfoHub (1) | guatemala/tra01/guatemala_mu.html |

InfoHub. Specialty Travel Guide (1) | guatemala/tra01/guatemala_mu.html |

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Information below--a simple pronunciation guide, numbers, and calendrics will add enjoyment to the Mayan stories. The web (and my books) on pronunciation and calendrics use a different Mayan language (Yucatec, from Mexico's Yucatan). At the beginning of the Mayan Life book, there is atmospheric writing about 13 Ajaw. This is the cyclic calender day-name Ahau in some sources here. (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

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Interactive panoramic images. You will need the Quicktime plug-in which is available from this page for both Macintosh and Windows. (1) | belize/www02/www_belizenet_com_mu.html |

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Intercity travel after sunset anywhere in Guatemala is extremely dangerous. Travelers in private vehicles have been robbed, abducted, and murdered. If confronted by armed bandits, those who accede to all requests without arguing are usually not physically harmed. When driving to the Lake Atitlan area, the safest route is via the Pan-American Highway (CA-1) through Solola. Travel to the lake by any other route is dangerous. When entering Guatemala by car, most travelers use border crossings at Tecun Uman (Highway CA-2) or La Mesilla (Highway CA-1) from Mexico, at Las Chinamas/Valle Nuevo from El Salvador, and at El Florido or Agua Caliente from Honduras. Travelers need plenty of time to complete border crossing formalities, which can be lengthy, in order to arrive at a major town before dark. (1) | guatemala/tra10/guatemala_mu.html |

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International boundary... Departamento boundary... National capital... Departamento capital... Railroad... Road... Departamentos have the same name as their capitals except where noted. 0-50 Kilometers... 0-50 Miles... (1) | nicaragua/gen01/Nicaragua_mu.GIF |

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International boundary... Province boundary... National capital... Province capital... Railroad... Road... San Blas is a territory (comarca). 0-75 Kilometers... 0-75 Miles. Lambert Conformal Conic Projection, SP 9N/17N (2) | panama/gen02/Panama_mu.jpg | panama/gen03/Panama_relief_mu.jpg |

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It has prospered in peace since, and is either a shining example of peaceful democratic struggle or an embarrassment, depending upon whom you ask... The Guatemalan Army, controlled by the powerful, and a power unto itself (owning businesses, large tracts of land, communications, and banks - the "Bank of the Army" being one of the biggest in the country), insinuates itself into the daily life of most villages in this country. The army is blamed for disappearances through forced conscription (many boys are picked up at local soccer matches) or more surreptitiously through middle-of-the-night abductions. Those "desaparecidos" (disappeared) are either never seen again or are found tortured and killed. It is a widely understood truth that "there are no political prisoners in Guatemala" - this said as black humor by potential victims of the government. The army created civilian patrols and sent them after anyone deemed an "enemy of the people" or a communist. This list often includes church workers, health workers, community leaders, priests, and those who refuse to join or cooperate with the civilian patrol. For this reason hundreds of thousands fled into neighboring Mexico in the early 1980's, and approximately one million (out of six million) are "internal refugees" within their own country. (1) | guatemala/otr04/hmnrts_mu.htm |

It is a centerpiece country of the USA's CBI (Caribbean Basin Initiative) promotion program. The investment incentives (profit repatriation, tax exemption, etc.) are the most favorable in the Caribbean. Labor costs are lower and the labor force is more productive then in other competitive CBI countries. The Government actively encourages investment by foreign firms. It is gaining a track record of success by foreign firms. Greater Margins for growth in apparel, footwear, pharmaceutical, electronics and furniture sectors. Honduras has closer ties with the US, which results in more favorable trade terms. Honduras has the infrastructure and labor force to support additional growth in any manufacturing sector. (1) | honduras/bus02/offshore_mfg_mu.html |

It is a cold, misty day at the zoo. Tendrils of fog twist in and out of the bear cage, the jaguar cage, the monkey cage. Pancha, the spider monkey, sits huddled on the bench, head tucked into her long black arm. I sit down next to her while waiting for Rosy the zoo director. (1) | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html |

It is necessary to make an advance reservation. It is advisable to register three to four weeks prior to the date you wish to begin. Study dates for the months of mid-May through August sometimes fill up early in the year. We do occasionally have space available at short notice due to cancellations. Our U.S. office provides fast and convenient service. Please call (800) 552-2051 to register by telephone or request a registration form. (1) | guatemala/spm07/proyecto_ling_mu.html |

It is slightly smaller than the state of West Virginia and has a population of three million. In recent years, Costa Rica has made the preservation of its natural heritage a top priority. More than 23 percent of its mountains, valleys and shoreline is protected in national parks, forestry reserves and wildlife refuges. Its twelve distinct ecological systems contain more than 8,000 species of plants, including 1,500 varieties of orchids, more types of birds than in all of North America, and more butterfly species than the entire continent of Africa. (1) | costarica/tra02/costa_mu.htm |

It may well answer a number of your own questions. (1) | costarica/tra11/visitor_mu.html |

It should be noted that the printed text of the Belize Independence Order 1981 (1981 No. 1107), which was printed in London, contained only 10 Chapters and 131 sections. The Constitution which was subsequently published in Belize contains 12 Chapters and 142 sections. Chapter XI contains important transitional provisions. Unfortunately one page (74) was left blank and we were unable to obtain a corrected copy as this publication goes to press. We hope to obtain the missing page for insertion at a later time. Chapter XII, consisting of two articles, concerns the date of commencement of this Constitution (September 21,1981). (1) | belize/gov01/belize_mu.html |

It was a terrible time for us. A lot of people fled into exile, and others left the GAM for good. The rest of us decided that we had a historical responsibility, from that moment on until the last day of our lives. We decided (1) | guatemala/org08/guatemala_mu.html |

It would take all the exotic Caribbean cliches to describe this remote and beautiful island off the Caribbean coast near Portobelo. Only five by one and a half km in size, it's inhabited by 300 people of African descent who make their living from fishing and coconuts. There are a handful of places to stay on the island and boats for rent, but no dive operators or places to rent snorkelling equipment. Visitors are often attracted by local festivities, which include San Juan Bautista on 24 June, celebrated with canoe and swimming races; the day of the Virgen del Carmen, on 16 July, is marked by a land and sea procession; and Carnaval, before Ash Wednesday, is feted with Calypso dancing and songs. (1) | panama/tra02/pan_mu.htm |

Italian Peasant , with a poem by Alfredo Espino (1) | salvador/art02/art_mu.html |

Italiano (2) | guatemala/org08/guatemala_mu.html | salvador/www01/index_mu.html |

Ivonne Recinos (1) | guatemala/art03/lit_mu.html |

JAVA Puzzle Fun! (1) | belize/www02/www_belizenet_com_mu.html |

JUNE 28, 1996 (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

JUSTICIA EN EL AREA IXIL . La Organizacion de Naciones Unidas ONU, para Guatemala esta a cargo de MINUGUA, quien verifica los Acuerdos de Paz en nuestro pais. Tiene la gran tarea de velar para que se cumplan las leyes guatemaltecas. Esta mision debe contribuir a combatir la IMPUNIDAD, ya que esto ha venido imperando superior a las leyes. Las mismas autoridades son complices de la impunidad, ya que son sobornados por los poderosos economicamente. La balanza de la justicia siempre se inclina en donde hay dinero y el pobre aunque no sea culpable, le cae el peso del soborno y no de la ley. Debido a lo que se manifiesta, es necesario crear una instancia de Justicia, conformada por autoridades mayas propias de la comunidad. Estos que se encarguen de solucionar los problemas Indigenas de acuerdo a las normas CONSUETUDINARIAS O SISTEMA DE JUSTICIA MAYA, de la propia vision maya. En este caso se encuentra la Defensoria Maya Ixil, la cual a la fecha ha ayudado a las denuncias por violaciones a los derechos humanos y derechos indigenas, que es ejecutado por parte de los militares en nuestra region IXIL, aprovechando por la distancia y abandono en que se encuentra. Unificar una autoridad por la comunidad IXIL, Nebaj,Cotzal y Chajul con el mismo idioma y la misma autoridad. Por otro lado una educacion juridica que consiste en dos aspectos (1) | guatemala/org02/MAYA_boletin1_mu.htm |

Jade Museum (1) | costarica/art02/gold_mu.htm |

Jaguar Takes Little Skunk Hunting (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

Jairo Torres C. (1) | nicaragua/tra01/cinn_mu.htm |

Janey Skinner and Jennifer Roitman (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

Janey Skinner and Jennifer Roitman were US volunteers working in Guatemala with the human rights groups Peace Brigades International and the Mutual Support Group for Families of the Disappeared (GAM). On August 15, 1989, explosives were thrown at the GAM headquarters building, and minutes later two grenades were thrown at the building that housed the Peace Brigades office and residence. There were no injuries in either incident. Significant intelligence bearing on the Skinner and Roitman cases (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

January 25, 1996 (1) | salvador/www01/index_mu.html |

Jarod Montes Rivera, quien nacio en los segundos iniciales del 1o de enero, en Guapiles de Pococi, se convirtio en el primer bebe de 1998. Su madre, Dunia Rivera Chavarria, compartio ayer el acontecimiento con su otro hijo, Donovan, de cuatro anos de edad. (1) | costarica/nan01/www_nacion_co_cr_mu.html |

Jean Dodge (1) | guatemala/spm04/js_mu.html |

Jeanette Kawas (Punta Sal) NGO Contact (1) | honduras/otr03/honparks_mu.html |

Jesucristo es el Senor. Jesus [,,,] (1) | guatemala/tra05/am_mu.html |

Joaquin Recuero (1) | panama/gen04/castellano_mu.html |

John A. Wyss (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

John Hoopes (1) | costarica/art02/gold_mu.htm |

Join Phil on his cultural and language immersion in Cuernavaca. (1) | guatemala/spm10/schools_mu.html |

Join the Blue Ribbon Online Free Speech Campaign! (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

Join the Chamber (1) | belize/www01/www_belize_org_mu.html |

Join us as we ride, rappel, kayak, jog, bike, snorkel, and hike our way through the isthmus. (1) | belize/tra03/welcome_mu.htm |

Join/Support PBI (1) | guatemala/org08/guatemala_mu.html |

Jokes (1) | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm |

Jordassic Park (1) | nicaragua/tra05/jordi_mu.html |

Jose Batres Montufar (1) | guatemala/art03/lit_mu.html |

Jose Dolores Ruiz (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

Josh Zinner (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

Josh Zinner, a US citizen, was a social worker assisting homeless children in Guatemala City when he reported that he and a co-worker were assaulted on January 18, 1990 by gunmen who attempted to force them into a car. The Guatemalan police reportedly intervened, but released the assailants, who were said to have displayed military identification. The police then allegedly detained Zinner and his co-worker, drove them around in a police car, and threatened them, before eventually releasing them. Significant intelligence bearing on the Josh Zinner case (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

Joya de Ceren (1) | salvador/gov03/~cultura_mu.html |

Juan Carlos Rivas on environmental effects of the dry canal (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

Juan Castro Blanco (1) | crwww/sus04/parquesnac_mu.html |

Jueves de Noche (1) | guatemala/nan10/zeta_mu.html |

Juicio a militares por violaciones a los Derechos Humanos. (1) | honduras/hum02/www_codeh_hondunet_net_mu.html |

Julio (3) | guatemala/nan06/index_mu.html | guatemala/nan06/index_mu.html | nicaragua/www04/universidad_mu.html |

Julio Fausto Aguilera (1) | guatemala/art03/lit_mu.html |

July 06, 1997 (Doctors Face off Police at K.H.M.H) (1) | belize/nan02/www_belizetimes_com_mu.html |

July 13, 1997 (Kathy's Re-registration Hustling) (1) | belize/nan02/www_belizetimes_com_mu.html |

July 20, 1997 (War among the Reds) (1) | belize/nan02/www_belizetimes_com_mu.html |

July 27, 1997 (Barrow Brands 22 Police Officers ..) (1) | belize/nan02/www_belizetimes_com_mu.html |

July 31st (1) | guatemala/tra06/guatunl_mu.htm |

Jump to Page Navigation Buttons (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

June 22, 1997 (Downtown Ablaze) (1) | belize/nan02/www_belizetimes_com_mu.html |

June 9, 1996. (1) | salvador/nis05/interca_mu.html |

Junio (3) | guatemala/nan06/index_mu.html | guatemala/nan06/index_mu.html | nicaragua/www04/universidad_mu.html |

Junio, 1997 (1) | salvador/gov03/~cultura_mu.html |

Juntas Electorales (1) | salvador/pol02/tse_mu.html |

Juridicas y Sociales (1) | guatemala/res05/www_umg_edu_gt_mu.html |

Juridicas y Sociales (1) | guatemala/res05/www_umg_edu_gt_mu.html |

Just after a flight over all the volcanic chain of Nicaragua. Sep. 95 (19 Kb) (1) | nicaragua/tra05/jordi_mu.html |

Justo Rufino Barrios (1) | guatemala/www09/~chochi_mu.html |

K orner C hat. (1) | nicaragua/www01/www_nicaragua-online_com_mu.html |

KINEMETRICS (1) | nicaragua/tra05/jordi_mu.html |

Kansas City Southern Industries (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

Kayaking on the Rio Cangrejal - Outside Online (1) | honduras/otr03/honparks_mu.html |

Keep HTW Online on your desktop. For more information on downloading Pointcast and subscribing to Honduras This Week Pointcast on channel HondurasTW, (1) | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html |

Kepa (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

Key Contacts, (1) | honduras/www02/www_honduras-resources_com_mu.html |

Keyword Concept Include our (1) | crwww/bus03/www_incostarica_net_mu.html |

Kinemetrics Inc. (1) | nicaragua/tra05/jordi_mu.html |

Kitty's Place (1) | belize/tra01/www_belize_com_mu.html |

Know before you go! Check out the following pages for regional information. These pages are regularly updated. If you find a link that doesn't work, let me know. (1) | guatemala/etp03/mader_mu.html |

Known for its cool, fresh climate and pristine natural environment, the small alpine town of Boquete is nestled into a craggy mountain valley 35km north of David. It's a fine place for walking, bird-watching, horse-riding, and enjoying a respite from the heat of the lowlands. Flowers, coffee and citrus fruits are grown in the area and the town's Feria de las Flores y del Cafe is a popular annual festival held in January. Boquete is a good base for climbing 3475m Volvan Baru, 15km west, or visiting the volcano's 14,300-hectare national park. (1) | panama/tra02/pan_mu.htm |

Kriterio Formado (1) | panama/art02/panamarock_mu.html |

Kuny Mena, Conchita (1) | salvador/art02/art_mu.html |

L a Escuela de Idiomas D'Amore offers six specific levels of Spanish proficiency to guarantee the student an appropriate placement. Our students range from absolute beginners to advanced speakers of the language. The student body is typically comprised of professors, medical professionals, business leaders and students from over 10 countries. Most students participate in the month program, although two and three week courses are also available. To assure the highest quality education, enrollment is limited to 35 students monthly. This allows for individualized attention from our staff. Advanced registration is necessary. O ur methodology is based on the whole language immersion method of learning, therefore, the professors conduct the lessons completely in Spanish. Students are suggested to participate in the homestay program designed to satisfy the fulfillment of a complete immersion in foreign language acquisition. Local host families are carefully selected and provide two delicious meals daily, cultural interchange and laundry service. As a guest in a host family, you will be treated as a member of the home, sharing meals and experiences together and enriching your international cultural opportunities. O ur past students have commented that this program is one of the best aspects of the school. Alternatively, students can choose beach lodging at one of the many hotels and cabinas which surround the school. (1) | costarica/spa01/damore_mu.html |

L a joven Eva Marina Kristoffersen Lopez, de 17 anos de edad, fue la ganadora del titulo y representara a la ciudad de Tela en el certamen nacional de belleza Senorita Honduras Universo que se realizara en el mes de marzo en la ciudad de La Ceiba. (1) | honduras/nan03/www_laprensahn_com_mu.html |

LA GOBERNABILIDAD EN CENTROAMERICA. [illegible...] 1 (1) | costarica/aca02/flacsocr_mu.html |

LA GUATEMALA EN PAZ (1) | guatemala/www03/guacente_mu.html |

LA HISTORIA DEL CSE (1) | nicaragua/pol02/www_cse_gob_ni_mu.html |

LA NACION (1) | crwww/sus04/parquesnac_mu.html |

LA NACION DIGITAL (1) | costarica/nan01/www_nacion_co_cr_mu.html |

LA NACION de Costa Rica (1) | guatemala/nan02/main_mu.html |

LA NACION portada (1) | costarica/pol01/home_elecciones_mu.html |

LA OFERTA DEL DIA. Bordados Computarizados. Le Bordamos su Logo en Camisetas. Estampamos sus Fotos en Tazas. Impresos Urgentes 7,000 Paginas por Hora. Tel. 52-4310 (1) | honduras/res04/www_intertel_hn_mu.html |

LA PRENSA (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

LA PRENSA @laprensa.com.ni. 71 ANIVERSARIO. El Diario de los Nicaraguenses. Al Servicio de la Verdad y la Justicia (1) | nicaragua/nan04/www_laprensa_com_ni_mu.html |

LA PRENSA LIBRE. Decano de la Prensa nacional. Edicion Digital. (1) | costarica/nan02/www_prensalibre_co_cr_mu.html |

LA PRENSA [illegible...] (1) | nicaragua/www05/~roustan_mu.html |

LA TRIBUNA (1) | nicaragua/nan06/www_latribuna_com_ni_mu.html |

LA TRIBUNA (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

LABEN (1) | belize/tra01/www_belize_com_mu.html |

LABOR (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

LAFISE (1) | nicaragua/pol01/www_nfdd_org_mu.html |

LANIC. New. Add. Search. Random. Info. Comment (2) | honduras/eco02/honcen_mu.html | salvador/eco03/escen_mu.html |

LANIC. New. Add. Search. Random. Info. Comment. (2) | nicaragua/eco04/niccen_mu.html | panama/eco02/pancen_mu.html |

LARGE SATELLITE IMAGE (about 80K) - (1) | belize/gen04/weather_mu.html |

LAS MERCEDES (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

LE Hits. Branding. Exposure. for free. click here. (1) | guatemala/www09/~chochi_mu.html |

LE. SOUNDBLASTER. SPEAKERS. MULTIMEDIA KITS. PCDVD ENCORE. GRAPHICS. Chest Thumping, Satisfying Sound. Upgrade to. CREATIVE. (1) | honduras/gen02/www_hondurasinfo_hn_mu.html |

LEMPIRA. FRANCISCO MORAZAN. ESCUDO NACIONAL (1) | honduras/res03/www_hondunet_net_mu.html |

LEY 7544 - ACADEMIA NACIONAL DE CIENCIAS . (1) | costarica/aca01/www_anc_ac_cr_mu.html |

LEYES Y REGLAMENTOS (1) | crwww/eco03/www_bccr_fi_cr_mu.html |

LINEA GLOBAL (1) | crwww/eco08/www_bfa_fi_cr_mu.html |

LINKS (2) | panama/nis03/www_inter-cafe_com_mu.html | salvador/res01/www_amschool_edu_sv_mu.html |

LINKS (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

LINKS CRISTIANOS (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

LINKS! (1) | costarica/art02/gold_mu.htm |

LISTSERV (7) | guatemala/nan03/join_mu.htm | guatemala/nan03/join_mu.htm | guatemala/nan03/join_mu.htm | guatemala/nan03/join_mu.htm | guatemala/nan03/join_mu.htm | guatemala/nan03/join_mu.htm | guatemala/nan03/join_mu.htm |

LISTSERV address (1) | guatemala/nan03/join_mu.htm |

LISTSERV's (1) | guatemala/nan03/join_mu.htm |

LISTSERV@HOME.EASE.LSOFT.COM (5) | guatemala/nan03/join_mu.htm | guatemala/nan03/join_mu.htm | guatemala/nan03/join_mu.htm | guatemala/nan03/join_mu.htm | guatemala/nan03/join_mu.htm |

LISTSERV@mitvma.mit.edu (2) | guatemala/nan01/chapin-l_mu.html | guatemala/nan01/chapin-l_mu.html |

LOS PARTIDOS (1) | nicaragua/pol02/www_cse_gob_ni_mu.html |

LOS PARTIDOS POLITICOS (1) | costarica/pol06/www_pusc_or_cr_mu.html |

LUCEM ASPICIO [illegible] 1847 (1) | honduras/res06/www_unah_hondunet_net_mu.html |

La Asamblea Legislativa es un cuerpo colegiado compuestopor Diputados, elegidos en la forma prescrita por esta Constitucion, yella compete fundamentalmente la atribucion de legislar. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La Asamblea Legislativa se reunira en la capitalde la Republica, para iniciar su periodo y sin necesidad deconvocatoria, el dia primero de mayo del ano de laeleccion de sus miembros. Podra trasladarse a otro lugar de laRepublica para celebrar sus sesiones, cuando asi lo acordare. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La Boletina (5) | nicaragua/nan05/index_mu.html | nicaragua/www02/~puntos_mu.html | nicaragua/www02/~puntos_mu.html | nicaragua/www02/~puntos_mu.html | nicaragua/www04/universidad_mu.html |

La Boletina # 28 (1) | nicaragua/www03/boletina_mu.html |

La Boletina # 30 (1) | nicaragua/www02/~puntos_mu.html |

La Boletina No. 29 Ene-Feb-Mar 1997 (1) | nicaragua/www03/boletina_mu.html |

La Boletina No. 30 Abril-Mayo-Junio 1997 (1) | nicaragua/www03/boletina_mu.html |

La Bolsa de Valores (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

La Cancion (1) | nicaragua/pol02/www_cse_gob_ni_mu.html |

La Ciencia y La Tecnologia segun el Presidente Reina (1) | honduras/res03/www_hondunet_net_mu.html |

La Contraloria General de la Republica rechazo la declaracion de bienes que presento el candidato liberacionista, Jose Miguel Corrales, el pasado 10 de diciembre, ya que este es un procedimiento que deben seguir solamente algunos funcionarios publicos. (1) | costarica/pol01/home_elecciones_mu.html |

La Corte Suprema de Justicia estara compuesta porel numero de Magistrados que determine la le y, los que seranelegidos por la Asamblea Legislativa y uno de ellos sera el Presidentedel Organo Judicial. la ley determinara la organizacion interna de la Corte Suprema deJusticia, de modo que las atribuciones que le corr esponden se distribuyan entrediferentes Salas. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La Corte Suprema de Justicia por medio de la Sala de loConstitucional sera el unico tribunal competente para declarar lainconstitucionalidad de las leyes, decretos y reglamento s, en su forma ycontenido, de un modo general y obligatorio, y podra hacerlo apeticion de cualquier ciudadano. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La Corte Suprema de Justicia tendra una Sala delos Constitucional a la cual correspondera conocer y resolver lasdemandas de inconstitucionalidad de la s leyes, decretos y reglamentos, losprocesos de amparo, el habeas corpus, las controversias entre el OrganoLegislativo y el Organo Ejecutivo a que se refiere el Art. 138 y las causasmencionadas en la atribucion 7o del Art. 182 de estaConstituc ion. La Sala de los Constitucional estara compuesta de cinco Magistradosdesignados por la Asamblea Legislativa, uno de los cuales sera elPresidente de la Corte Suprema de Justicia, quien tambien lapresidira. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La Corte Suprema de Justicia, las Camaras deSegunda Instancia y los demas tribunales que establezcan las leyessecundarias, integran el Organo Judicial. Corresponde exclusivamente a estaOrgano la potestad de juzgar y hacer ejecutar lo juzgado en materiasconstitucional, civil, penal, mercantil, laboral, agraria y de locontencioso-administrativo, asi como en las otras que determine laley. los Magistrados y Jueces, en lo referente al ejercicio de la funcionjurisdiccional son independientes y estan sometidos exclusivamente a laConstitucion y a las leyes. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La Corte de Cuentas de la Re publica, para elcumplimiento de sus funciones jurisdiccionales, se dividira en unaCamara de Segunda Instancia y en las Camaras de Primera Instanciaque establezca la ley. La Camara de Segunda Instancia estara formada pro el Presidentede la Corte y dos Magistrados, cuyo numero podra ser aumentadopor la ley. Estos funcionarios seran elegidos para un periodo de tresanos, podran ser reelegidos, y no podran ser separados desus cargos sino por causa justa, mediante resolucion de la AsambleaLegislativa. La Camara de Segunda Instancia nombrara,removera, concedera licencias y aceptara renuncias a losJueces de las Cam aras de Primera Instancia. Una ley especial regulara el funcionamiento, jurisdiccion,competencia y regimen administrativo de la Corte de Cuentas yCamaras de la misma. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La Defensoria Maya y otras organizaciones han venido trabajando y reconstruyendo, desde hace tres anos recuperando las bases de aplicacion, del sistema de Justicia Maya. Por parte del mismo se ha desarrollado politicas de educacion para resolver, los problemas. La mayoria de los casos se han resuelto por la via del di aogo y conciliacion, la cual esto ha sido nuestro aporte concreto. La construccion de un SISTEMA DE JUSTICIA PLURICULTURAL Y MULTILINGUE, en donde se contempla no solo el sistema juridico existente, sino tambien el sistema juridico de los pueblos indigenas. ACCIONES INMEDIATAS PARA EVITAR ESTOS FENOMENOS (1) | guatemala/org02/MAYA_boletin1_mu.htm |

La Edicion actual es la de Octubre - Diciembre de 1997 , que cubre temas como (1) | crwww/eco01/www_aldesa_fi_cr_mu.html |

La Escuela de la Montana (1) | guatemala/spm06/hermand_mu.htm |

La Firma de la Paz en Guatemala (1) | guatemala/www09/~chochi_mu.html |

La Fuerza Armada de El Salvador es una Institucion fundamental para la seguridad nacional, de caracter permanente,esencialmente apolitica y obediente y no deliberara en asuntosdel servicio. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La Fuerza Armada esta instituida para defender la soberania del Estado y la integridad de su territorio, mantener la paz,la tranquilidad y seguridad publicas y el cumplimiento de la Constitucion y demaaac ute;s leyes vigentes. Velara especialmente porque se mantenga la forma republicana de Gobierno y el regimen democratico representativo, no se viole la norma de la alternabilidad en la Presidencia de la Republica, y se garant ice lalibertad del sufragio y el respeto a los derechos humanos. Colaborara con las demas dependencias del Organo Ejecutivo en losprogramas de desarrollo nacional, especialmente en situaciones de emergencia. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La Gaceta (1) | costarica/nan01/www_nacion_co_cr_mu.html |

La Galeria de Videos (1) | panama/art02/panamarock_mu.html |

La Huelga de Todos los Dolores esta cumpliendo este ano nada mas y nada menos que (1) | guatemala/org05/huelga_mu.html |

La Iglesia ya encendio la mecha ... para que se prohiban los cohetes ... (1) | honduras/nan04/www_latribuna_hn_mu.html |

La Islita (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

La Ley No. 230 (1) | nicaragua/www02/~puntos_mu.html |

La Libertad (1) | salvador/res02/www_sv_mu.html |

La Mesa Redonda (1) | guatemala/gov01/guat_mu.html |

La Nacion (7) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html | costarica/tra12/netinc_mu.html | crwww/bus03/www_incostarica_net_mu.html | crwww/sus04/parquesnac_mu.html | guatemala/etp05/~sisteru_mu.html | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html | salvador/www01/index_mu.html |

La Nacion Digital (1) | costarica/pol04/mlib_mu.html |

La Nacion de Costa Rica (1) | guatemala/nan02/main_mu.html |

La Novia del Cordero , with a story by S. Salazar Arrue (1) | salvador/art02/art_mu.html |

La Pagina de Huehuetenango (1) | guatemala/www09/~chochi_mu.html |

La Paz (1) | salvador/res02/www_sv_mu.html |

La Paz (Comalapa Airport) (1) | salvador/www01/index_mu.html |

La Pedrera Community project (1) | guatemala/spm02/casa_mu.html |

La Pina Dorada Bed a Breakfast (1) | costarica/tra06/tourism_mu.html |

La Policia revelo que en 1997 se dieron un total de 3,493 muertes, de las cuales, 2520 fueron muertes violentas. En relacion a 1996, el numero se elevo a 102 muertos, se reportaron 1,437 lesionados en 2,254 accidentes de transito... (1) | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html |

La Prensa (1) | honduras/res04/www_intertel_hn_mu.html |

La Prensa (2) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

La Prensa Grafica (3) | salvador/nan04/la_prensa_grafica_mu.html | salvador/nan04/la_prensa_grafica_mu.html | salvador/www01/index_mu.html |

La Prensa Libre (2) | costarica/gen02/www_tuanis_com_mu.html | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

La Prensa Web (1) | panama/nan03/prensa_mu.html |

La Prensa en las escuelas (1) | panama/nan03/prensa_mu.html |

La Prensa, (1) | honduras/www02/www_honduras-resources_com_mu.html |

La Prensa- El Diario de los Nicaraguenses (Off Site) (1) | nicaragua/www05/~roustan_mu.html |

La Puerta de Entrada de los Hispanos al Internet (1) | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm |

La Red Academica y de Investigacion Nacional (1) | panama/res01/www_pa_mu.html |

La Republica (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

La Sala Constitucional rechazo de plano el recurso de amparo que Rolando Gonzalez, secretario general del Partido Liberacion Nacional (PLN), habia presentado en contra de la decision del Tribunal Supremo de Elecciones (TSE) de anular ocho plazas publicas que esa agrupacion pensaba realizar en diversas comunidades. (1) | costarica/pol01/home_elecciones_mu.html |

La Semana en la UCA (1) | salvador/res06/www_uca_edu_sv_mu.html |

La Sociedad Latinoamericana de Nutricion (1) | guatemala/res01/www_incap_org_gt_mu.html |

La Telarana Mundial (1) | salvador/nis01/cnindex_mu.html |

La Tribuna (1) | honduras/res04/www_intertel_hn_mu.html |

La Tribuna (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

La Tribuna, (1) | honduras/www02/www_honduras-resources_com_mu.html |

La UNIVERSIDAD CENTROAMERICANA esta integrada al Consejo Nacional de Universidades y alSistema Nacional de Educacion Superior, asumiendo los fines y objetivos del CNU. La UNIVERSIDAD CENTROAMERICANA apoya las profundas transformaciones sociales; por su propia naturaleza da este apoyo universitariamente, contribuyendo a la docencia, investigacion y proyeccion social,siendo conciencia critica y creativa en el p roceso de transformaciones y rescatando losvalores culturales de la sociedad nicaraguense. Por ser una Universidad de inspiracioncristiana y dirigida por la Compania de Jesus, pretende realizar estas tareas desde larealidad nacional y los valores evangelicos, de manera especial desde lo que la iglesiaLatinoamericana ha llamado "La opcion preferencial por los pobres". (1) | nicaragua/res12/www_uca_rain_ni_mu.html |

La Union (1) | salvador/res02/www_sv_mu.html |

La Universidad Mariano Galvez de Guatemala reconoce la transcendencia de los supremos valores que se proclaman en la vida del hombre y de la sociedad, asi como el derecho que tiene todo ser humano a obtener el nivel mas alto de educacion que le permitan sus condiciones naturales. Por consiguiente, esta abierta a todas las personas que cumplan con los requisitos exigidos para su ingreso, sin discriminacion alguna.. De acuerdo con dichos Principio Institucionales, la Universidad atiende, esencialmente (1) | guatemala/res05/www_umg_edu_gt_mu.html |

La Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Nicaragua, Leon (UNAN-Leon), tiene su antecedente historico en el Colegio Seminario san Ramon Nonnato, fundado en 1680 por orden del Concilio de Trentro. Pensadores ilustres como Fr. Buenaventura Garcia y, sobre todo, Tomas Ruiz convirtieron a Leon en un centro de ilustracion. El Padre Rafael Agustin Ayesta fue uno de sus mas insignes rectores destacandose entre sus gestiones la lucha por obtener la autorizacion para transformar dicho Seminario en Universidad. El Padre Ayesta fallecio a mediados de 1809 sin ver realiz ados sus suenos, le sucedio el Obispo Nicolas Garcia Jerez quien continuo con la labor iniciada por su antecesor. El Obispo Garcia Jerez realizo las gestiones correspondientes ante las Cortes de Cadiz, las que el 10 de enero de 1812 expidieron el decreto que en su parte esencial decia (1) | nicaragua/res13/www_unanleon_edu_ni_mu.html |

La Universidad de las Mujeres (1) | nicaragua/www02/~puntos_mu.html |

La Universidad de las Mujeres es un programa de (1) | nicaragua/www04/universidad_mu.html |

La administracion de justicia seragratuita. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La alfabetizacion es de interes social.Contribuiran a ella todos los habitantes del pais en la form a quedetermine la ley. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La alternativa en el ejercicio de la Presidencia de laRepublica es indispensable para el mantenimiento de la forma de gobiernoy sistema politico establecidos. La violacion de esta normaobliga a la insurreccion. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La autonomia del Municipio comprende (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La calida d de salvadoreno naturalizado se pierde (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La calidad de Magistrado o de Juez es incompatible con elejercicio de la abogacia y con la de funcionario o empleado de los otrosOrganos del estado, excepto l a de docente y la de diplomatico enmision transitoria. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La campana electoral (1) | guatemala/org03/fdng_mu.html |

La carrera militar es profesional y en ella solose reconocen los grados obtenidos por escala rigurosa y conforme a la ley. Los militares no podran s er privados de sus grados, honores yprestaciones, salvo en los casos determinados por la ley. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La correspondencia de toda clase es inviolable,interceptada no hara fe ni podra figurar en ningunaactuacion, salvo en los casos de concurso y quiebra. Se prohibe la interferencia y la intervencion de lascomunicaciones telefonicas. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La crisis actual y el nacimiento del Movimiento Libertario (1) | costarica/pol04/mlib_mu.html |

La dinamica de trabajo del Consejo en la actualidad se concentra en los (1) | salvador/gov02/www_conacyt_gob_sv_mu.html |

La edicion de La Tribuna Digital esta disenada para visualizarse con Netscape 3.0 en adelante (1) | nicaragua/nan06/www_latribuna_com_ni_mu.html |

La educacion superior se regira por una leyespecial. La Universidad de El Salvador y las demas del Estadogozar an de autonomia en los aspectos docente, administrativo yeconomico. Deberan prestar un servicio social, respetando lalibertad de catedra. Se regiran por estatutos enmarcados dentrode dicha ley, la cual sentaraaacu te; los principios generales para suorganizacion y funcionamiento. Se consignaran anualmente en el Presupuesto del Estado las partidasdestinadas al sostenimiento de las universidades estatales y las necesariaspara asegurar y acrec entar su patrimonio. Estas instituciones estaransujetas, de acuerdo con la ley, a la fiscalizacion del organismo estatalcorrespondiente. La ley especial regulara tambien la creacion yfuncionamiento de universidades privadas, respetando la libertad decatedra. Estas universidades prestaran un servicio social y noperseguiran fines de lucro. La misma ley regulara lacreacion y el funcionamiento de los institutos tecnologicosofici ales y privados. El Estado velara por el funcionamiento democratico de lasinstituciones de educacion superior y por su adecuado nivelacademico. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La educacion tiene los siguientes fines (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La ensenanza que se imparta en los centroseducativos oficia les sera esencialmente democratica. Los centros de ensenanza privados estaran sujetos areglamentacion e inspeccion del Estado y podran sersubvencionados cuando no tengan fines de lucro. El Estado podra tomar a su cargo, de manera exclusiva, laformacion del magisterio. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La expropiacion procedera por causas deutilidad publica o de interes social, legalmente comprobados, yprevia una justa indemnizacion. Cuando la e xpropiacion sea motivada por causas provenientes de guerra,de calamidad publica o cuando tenga por objeto el aprovisionamiento deagua o de energia electrica, o la construccion deviviendas o de carreteras, caminos o vaiac ute;as publicas de cualquierclase, la indemnizacion podra no ser previa. Cuando justifique el monto de la indemnizacion que deba reconocerse porlos bienes expropiados de conformidad con los incisos anteriores, el pagopodra aacute; hacerse a plazos, el cual no excedera en conjunto de quinceanos, en cuyo caso se pagara a la persona expropiada elinteres bancario correspondiente. Dicho pago debera hacersepreferentemente en efectivo. Se po dra expropiar sin indemnizacion las entidades que hayan sidocreadas con fondos publicos. Se prohibe la confiscacion ya sea como pena o en cualquier otroconcepto. las autoridades que contravengan este precepto respon deran entodo tiempo con sus personas y bienes del dano inferido. Los bienesconfiscados son imprescindibles. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La fabricacion, importacia oacute;n,exportacion, comercio, tenencia y portacion de armas, municiones,explosivos y articulos similares, solo podran efectuarsecon la autorizacion y bajo la fiscalizacion directa del OrganoEjecutivo en e l Ramo de Defensa y de Seguridad Publica. Una ley especial regulara esta materia. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La falta de justicia es otra violencia mas hacia las mujeres (Jul 95) (1) | nicaragua/www03/boletina_mu.html |

La familia es la base fundamentas de la sociedad ytendra la proteccion del Estado, quien dictara lalegislacion necesaria y creara los organismos y serviciosapropiados para su integracion, b ienestar y desarrollo social, culturaly economico. El fundamento legal de la familia es el matrimonio y descansa en la igualdad juridica de los conyuges. El Estado fomentara el matrimonio; pero la falta de es te noafectara el goce de los derechos que se establezcan en favor de lafamilia. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La familia mas famosa de Estados Unidos, acosada durante mas de medio siglo por tragedias y controversias, perdio a otro de sus miembros, que en una epoca era considerado la proxima estrella politica del clan. Michael Kennedy, de 39 anos de edad, hijo del asesinado senador Robert F. Kennedy, quien heredo la propension de su familia a la politica y al escandalo, murio el 31 de enero en un accidente de esqui en las montanas de Aspen. (1) | costarica/nan01/www_nacion_co_cr_mu.html |

La firma de estos acuerdos, no caida del cielo ni tampoco fue casualidad. Esto es fruto de los quinientos anos de resistencia del pueblo maya y de 36 anos de lucha revolucionaria. Estos acuerdos se plasmaron con la sangre de millones de martires, que ofrendaron sus vidas en pro de una Nueva Guatemala. A nivel internacional todos estan a la expectativa sobre lo que ocurrira en Guatemala.u Se cumpliran los acuerdos?. Anteriormente el pueblo Maya no era reconocido, se desconocia en el mundo, pero con los acuerdos de paz, nace a la luz su existencia milenaria. Todos lo acuerdos analizados y firmados por las dos partes, no solucionan nuestros problemas, sino que habran el camino para impulsar nuevas formas de lucha. La firma de los acuerdos, no marcan el final de la lucha, nos marca el punto de partida para una nueva etapa de lucha para lograr el desarrollo. El pueblo Maya, es necesario que conozca el contenido de los acuerdos, pero tambien exigir el cumplimiento, y presentar propuestas. No quedarnos cayados con lo firmado con los acuerdos, sino exigir castigo a los responsables de las violaciones a los derechos humanos, durante la guerra. Por otro lado organizar y luchar en todos los espacios (1) | guatemala/org02/MAYA_boletin1_mu.htm |

La fiscalizacion de la Hacienda Publica engeneral y de la ejecucion del Presupuesto en particular, estara acargo de un organismo independiente del Organo Ejecutivo, que sedenominara Corte de Cuen tas de la Republica, y que tendralas siguientes atribuciones (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La guerrilla fue mi camino. (Epitafio para Cesar Montes) (1) | guatemala/art03/lit_mu.html |

La hora local es (1) | nicaragua/res08/www_ops_org_ni_mu.html |

La informacion y fotografias contenidas en la seccion de parques nacionales fueron suministradas por el Instituto Costarricense de Turismo y la Seccion Nacional de Parques Nacionales de Costa Rica. (1) | crwww/sus04/parquesnac_mu.html |

La legalidad del credito por c400 millones que el desaparecido Banco Anglo Costarricense (BAC) le otorgo a la Sociedad Anonima de Haciendas Ganaderas el 5 de mayo de 1994 fue defendida ayer por Miguel Angel Rodriguez, candidato presidencial socialcristiano. (1) | costarica/pol01/home_elecciones_mu.html |

La ley determinar a las empresas y establecimientosque, por sus condiciones especiales, quedan obligados a proporcionar, altrabajador y a su familia, habitaciones adecuadas, escuelas, asistenciamedica y demas servicios y atenciones necesarias para subi enestar. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La ley establecera los organismos necesarios parala recepcion, recuento y fi scalizacion de votos y demasactividades concernientes al ejercicio del sufragio. El Consejo Central deElecciones sera la autoridad suprema en esta materia, sin perjuicio delos recursos que establezca esta Constitucion, por vio lacion dela misma. Los partidos politicos contendientes tendran derecho devigilancia sobre el proceso electoral. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La ley no puede autorizar ningun acto o contratoque implique la perdida o el irreparable sacrificio de la libertad o dignidadde la persona. Tampoco puede autorizar convenios en que se pacteproscripcion o destierro. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La ley reglamentara las condiciones que debanreu nir los talleres, fabricas y locales de trabajo. El Estado mantendra un servicio de inspeccion tecnica encargado de velar por el fiel cumplimiento de las normaslegales de trabajo, asistencia, prevision y seguridad social, a fin decomprobar sus resultados y sugerir la reformas pertinentes. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La ley regulara las condiciones en que secelebraran los contratos y convenciones colectivos de trabajo. Lasestipulac iones que estos contengan seran aplicables a todos lostrabajadores de las empresas que los hubieren suscrito, aunque no pertenezcanal sindicato contratante, y tambien a los demas trabajadores queingresen a tales empresas durant e la vigencia de dichos contratos oconvenciones. La ley establecera el procedimiento para uniformar lascondiciones de trabajo en las diferentes actividades economicas, conbase en las disposiciones que contenga la mayoria de los contr atos yconvenciones colectivos de trabajo vigentes en cada clase de actividad. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La ley regulara las relaciones personales ypatrimoniales de los conyuges entre si y entre ellos y sus hijos,estableciendo los derechos y deberes reciprocos sobre bases equitativas;y creara las instituciones necesarias para garantizar su aplicabilidad.Regulara asi mismo las relaciones familiares resultantes de launion estable de un varon y una mujer. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La mayoria de los miembros de la Asambleasera suficiente para deliberar. Para tomar resolucion se requeriraaacut e; por lo menos el votofavorable de la mitad mas uno de los Diputados electos, salvo loscasos en que conforme a esta Constitucion se requiere una mayoriadistinta. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La morada es inviolable y solo podraingresarse a ella por consentimiento de la persona que la habita, por mandato judicial, por flagrante delito o peligro inminente de su perpetracion, opor grave riesgo de las personas. La violacion de este derecho dara lugar a reclamarindemnizacion por los danos y perjuicios ocasionados. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La mujer trabajadora tendra derecho a un descansoremunerado antes y despues del parto y a la conservacion delempleo. Las leyes regularan la obligacion de los patronos de instalar ymantener salas cunas y lugares de custodia para los ninos de lostrabajadores. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La ninez en el mundo (1) | nicaragua/res01/www_angel_org_ni_mu.html |

La noche mas larga y el dia mas corto de ano. (1) | nicaragua/www01/www_nicaragua-online_com_mu.html |

La org anizacion y el desarrollo de las actividadesde la Fuerza Armada estaran sujetos a leyes, reglamentos y disposicionesespeciales. Sus efectivos seran fijados anualmente por el OrganoEjecutivo en el Ramo de Defensa y de Seguridad Pauacu te;blica, de acuerdo a lasnecesidades del servicio. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La pagina en que aparecen las misiones observadoras y los resultados del "Quick Count" de Etica y Transparencia (1) | nicaragua/pol03/notaprensa_mu.html |

La pagina estara en permante construccion y esta ira lenta pero segura.... por lo menos es lo que se pretende...ah! y se aceptan contribuciones y sugerencias. (1) | guatemala/org05/huelga_mu.html |

La participacion como miembros propietarios en varios comites nacionales de la Comision Nacional de Desarrollo de la Micro y Pequena Empresa (CONAMYPE); Comites de Bioseguridad, y de Biotecnologia, ambos pertenecientes a la Comision Nacional de Diversidad Biologica en (1) | salvador/gov02/www_conacyt_gob_sv_mu.html |

La participacion politica de las mujeres en Centroamerica, el caso de El Salvador. Continuacion del estudio iniciado en Costa Rica, con el fin de arrojar informacion que permita establecer medidas para mejorar la participacion de las mujeres en la politica. Investigadora principal (1) | costarica/aca02/flacsocr_mu.html |

La paz ha llegado a Guatemala (1) | guatemala/gov06/index1_mu.html |

La prescripcion de los delitos y faltas oficialesse regira por las reglas generales, y comenzara a contarse desdeque el funcionario culpable haya cesado en sus funciones. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La propaganda electoral solo se permitira ;,aun sin previa convocatoria, cuatro meses antes de la fecha establecida por laley para la eleccion de Presidente y Vicepresidente de laRepublica; dos meses antes , cuando se trate de Diputados, y un mesantes en el caso de los Concejos Muni cipales (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La propiedad de los bienes raices rusticosno podra ser adquirida por extranjeros en cuyos paises de origenno tengan iguales derechos los salvadorenos, excepto cuando se trate detierras para establecimientos industriales. Las sociedades extranjeras y las salvadorenas a que alude el incisosegundo del Art. 95 de esta Constitucion, estaran sujetas a estaregla. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La reforma de esta Constitucion p odraacordarse por la Asamblea Legislativa, con el voto de la mitad mas unode los Diputados electos. Para que tal reforma pueda decretarse debera ser ratificada por lasiguiente Asamblea Legislativa con el voto de los dos tercios d e los Diputadoselectos. Asi ratificada, se emitira el decreto correspondiente,el cual se mandara a publicar en el Diario Oficial. La reforma unicamente puede ser propuesta por los Diputados en unnumero no menor de diez. No podran reformarse en ningun caso los articulos de estaConstitucion que se refieren a la forma y sistema de gobierno, alterritorio de la Republica y a la alternabilidad en el ejercicio de laPresidencia de la Republica. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La riqueza artistica, historica yarqueologica del pais forma parte del tesoro culturalsalvadoreno, el cual queda bajo la salvaguarda del Estado y sujeto aleyes especiales para su conservacion. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La ruta por la que vamos (Oct.-Nov.-Dic. 96) (1) | nicaragua/www03/boletina_mu.html |

La salud de los habitantes de la Republicaconstituye un bien publico. El Estado y las personas estanobligados a velar por su conservacion y restablecimiento. El Estado determinara la po litica nacional de salud ycontrolara y supervisara su aplicacion. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La seguridad social constituye un servicio publicode caracter obligatorio. La ley regulara sus alcances,extension y forma. Dicho servicio sera prestado por una o varias instituciones, las quedeberan guardar entre si la adecuada coordinacion paraasegurar una b uena politica de proteccion social, en formaespecializada y con optima utilizacion de los recursos. Al pago de la seguridad social contribuiran los patronos, lostrabajadores y el Estado en la forma y cuantia que determine la ley. El Estado y los patronos quedaran excluidos de las obligaciones que lesimponen las leyes en favor de los trabajadores, en la medida en que seancubiertas por el Seguro Social. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

La violacion, la infraccion o laalteracion de las disposiciones constitucionales seranespecialmente penadas por la ley, y las responsabilidades civiles o penales enque incurran los funcionarios publicos, civiles o militares, con talmotivo, no admitiran amnistia, conmutacion o indulto,durante el periodo presidencial dentro del cual se cometieron. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Labor Organizations (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

Labor Unrest (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

Labor de los diputados del pueblo (1) | guatemala/org03/fdng_mu.html |

Laboratorios RARPE (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

Laboratorios de la Fundacion Omar Dengo (1) | crwww/edu04/www_fod_ac_cr_mu.html |

Lago de Atitlan a Volcan Toliman (9K) (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

Land For Sale (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

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Language Learning (1) | costarica/spa03/www_ilisa_com_mu.html |

Language Learning in Costa Rica - Patrick Grubb (1) | guatemala/spm10/schools_mu.html |

Language School (1) | costarica/tra09/www_centralamerica_com_mu.html |

Language and Excursions Program (1) | costarica/spa02/forester_mu.html |

Larde, Zelie (1) | salvador/art02/art_mu.html |

Large Satellite Image (80K) (2) | belize/gen04/weather_mu.html | belize/gen04/weather_mu.html |

Las Camaras de Segunda Instancia de la capital, deacuerdo a la materia, conoceran en prim era instancia de los juicioscontra el Estado; y en segunda instancia conoceran la respectiva Sala dela Corte Suprema de Justicia. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Las Isletas is a group of 356 small islands just offshore from Granada in Lago de Nicaragua. The locals make a living out of fishing and growing tropical fruits such as mangoes and coconuts, and there is a remarkable variety of birdlife. The island of San Pablo has a small fortress built by the Spaniards to protect against British pirates in the 18th century. Isla Zapatera is protected as a national park and is one of Nicaragua's most important archaeological areas. Giant stone statues erected by Indians in pre-Columbian times have been moved elsewhere but you can visit other ancient tombs and structures. There are more tombs and some interesting rock carvings on Isla del Muerto . The Archipielago de Solentiname , in the southern part of Lago de Nicaragua, is the site of a communal society established for artists by the poet Ernesto Cardenal. The islands are known for their distinctive school of colourful primitivist painting. They are a great place for hiking, fishing and taking it easy. Boats to the Solentiname islands depart from San Carlos, on the south-eastern corner of the lake. (1) | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm |

Las apreciaciones enviadas a este correo electronico pueden ser publicadas en la seccion de Cartas, segun las normas de este medio. Si usted desea que su mensaje sea privado, favor especifiquelo en su misiva. (1) | costarica/pol01/home_elecciones_mu.html |

Las autoridades anunciaron que invertiran mas de 50 millones de dolares de la ayuda internacional en la reconstruccion de escuelas. (1) | salvador/nan02/www_elsalvador_com_mu.html |

Las disposiciones de esta Capitulo son extensivasa los funcionarios y empleados municip ales. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Las fotografias y graficos estan en formato JPEG y GIF que el programa "Netscape" permite visualizar correctamente. Si desea obtener este programa favor accesar (1) | crwww/sus04/parquesnac_mu.html |

Las leyes estableceran los casos y la forma en quepodra negarse al extranjero la entrada o la permanenci a en el territorionacional. Los extranjeros que directa o indirectamente participen en la politicainterna del pais pierden el derecho a residir en el. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Las leyes no pueden tener efecto retroactivo, salvo enmaterias de orden publico, y en materia penal cuando la nueva ley seafavorable al delincuente. La Corte Suprema de Justicia tendra siempre la facultad para determinar,dentro de su competencia, si una ley es o no de orden publico. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Las negociaciones del ALCA (1) | crwww/eco09/www_microempresa_or_cr_mu.html |

Las paginas de web de nuestros usuarios! (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

Las sirenas de las ambulancias no callaron ni siquiera por el Ano Nuevo. Por el contrario, los cruzrojistas tuvieron una intensa actividad, generada principalmente por multiples accidentes de transito y otros tragicos sucesos que provocaron la muerte de 11 personas -dos mas que el ano anterior para el mismo periodo- y dejaron al menos 40 heridos entre el 31 de diciembre y el 2 de enero. (1) | costarica/nan01/www_nacion_co_cr_mu.html |

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Latin American Network Information Center - LANIC (1) | guatemala/etp05/~sisteru_mu.html |

Latin American Spanish phrasebook (2) | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm | panama/tra02/pan_mu.htm |

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Learn Spanish for less in beautiful Antigua, Guatemala! At the Academia de Espanol Guatemala all of our teaching is one-on-one, and our students live with local families. The weekly cost of $180 includes 7 hours a day of one-on-one instruction with professional teachers, a private room in a local family's home, and three meals a day every day except Sunday. Each of our teachers has a minimum of 10 years experience in teaching Spanish as a second language, and Antigua, a cobblestoned colonial town, surrounded by three volcanoes, provides the perfect environment in which to learn Spanish. The climate is forever springlike, and it is possible to walk everywhere in this jewel city of Central America. Classes are held Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-12 a.m. and 2 p.m.-5 p.m., and Immersion study enables students at any level to speak Spanish from the very first minute. Even those who have had no prior Spanish exposure will be completing basic Spanish phrases after the first day! The Academia de Espanol Guatemala offers a wide variety of after-hours activities free of charge. These include movie nights, basketball, cultural activities, Latin dance classes, Happy hours, volleyball and, of course, many fiestas. Complimentary refreshments are available throughout the day, and students have full access to the school's cable TV, telephone/fax, copier, and mail and check-cashing services. For further information on The Academia de Espanol Guatemala please call or fax (international code) 5028-320-344 or write Apartado 405, Antigua, Guatemala 03901. It is truly a school like no other in a city like no other - an experience to be cherished forever. (1) | guatemala/spm01/index_mu.html |

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Learning a Language - Dalya Massachi (02/97) (1) | guatemala/spm10/schools_mu.html |

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Legacy of the Sandinista Revolution, 1977-79 (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

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Leon is traditionally the most liberal of Nicaragua's cities and remains the radical and intellectual centre of the country. Monuments to the revolution, including bold Sandinista murals , are dotted all over town and many buildings are riddled with bullet holes. Though scarred by earthquakes and war, the city is resplendent with many fine colonial churches and official buildings. Its streets are lined with old Spanish-style houses which have white adobe walls, red-tiled roofs, thick wooden doors and cool garden patios. Its cathedral is the largest in Central America and features huge paintings of the Stations of the Cross by Antonio Sarria as well as the tomb of poet Ruben Dario. The Galeria de Heroes y Martires has a display which includes photos of those who died fighting for the FSLN during the 1978-79 revolution. (1) | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm |

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Les ofrecemos la magnifica oportunidad de conocer nuestro pais a traves de la informacion e imagenes de su patrimonio cultural. A la fecha se encuentran declarados por decreto legislativo, ejecutivo o acuerdo del Ministerio de Educacion un poco mas de 60 bienes inmuebles, a los cuales se sumaran a corto plazo otros, que divulgaremos en su oportunidad. Tiene las opciones de seleccionar los bienes culturales por el Departamento en el que estan ubicados y por la nominacion con la que fueron declarados. Seleccionando en ambos elementos recuperara los bienes que satisfagan las dos condiciones. (1) | salvador/art01/bien_mu.html |

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Los Diputados en ejercicio no podrandesempenar cargos publicos remunerados du rante el tiempo para elque han sido elegidos, excepto los de caracter docente o cultural, y losrelacionados con los servicios profesionales de asistencia social. No obstante, podran desempenar los cargos de Ministros oViceministr os de Estado, Presidentes de Instituciones OficialesAutonomas, Jefes de Mision Diplomatica, Consular odesempenar Misiones Diplomaticas Especiales. En estos casos, alcesar en sus funciones se reincorporaran a la As amblea, sitodavia esta vigente el periodo de su eleccion. Los suplentes pueden desempenar empleos o cargos publicos sin quesu aceptacion y ejercicio produzca la perdida de la calidad detales. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los Diputados no podraa acute;n ser contratistas nicaucioneros de obras o empresas publicas que se costeen con fondos delEstado o del Municipio; no tampoco obtener concesiones del Estado paraexplotacion de riquezas nacionales o de servicios publicos, niacept ar ser representante o apoderados administrativos de personas nacionales oextranjeras que tengan esos contratos o concesiones. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los Diputados no podran ser juzgados por delitosgraves que cometan desde el dia de su eleccion hasta el fin delperiodo para el que fueron elegido s, sin que la Asamblea Legislativadeclare previamente que hay lugar a formacion de causa, conforme alprocedimiento establecido en el articulo anterior. Por los delitos menos graves y faltas que cometan durante el mismoperiodo no podran ser detenidos o presos, ni llamados a declararsino despues de concluido el periodo de su eleccion. Si el Presidente, Vicepresidente de la Republica o un diputado fueresorprendido en flagrante delito, desde el dia de su eleccionhasta el fin del periodo para el que fueron elegidos, podran serdetenidos por cualquier persona o autoridad, quien estara obligado aponerlo inmediatamente a disposicion de la Asamblea. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los Diputados representan al pueblo entero y noest an ligados por ningun mandato imperativo. Son inviolables, yno tendran responsabilidad en tiempo alguno por las opiniones o votosque emitan. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los Jueces de Primera Instancia, los GobernadoresDepartamentales, los Jueces de Paz y los demas funcionarios quedetermine la ley, seran juzgados por los delitos oficiales que cometan,por los tribunales comunes, previa de claratoria de que hay lugar aformacion de causa, hecha por la Corte Suprema de Justicia. Losantedichos funcionarios estaran sujetos a los procedimientos ordinariospor los delitos y faltas comunes que cometan. Por los delitos oficiales o comunes que cometan los miembros de los ConcejosMunicipales, responderan ante los Jueces de Primera Instanciacorrespondientes. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los Ministros o Encargados del Despacho y Presidentes deInstituciones Oficiales Autonomas deberan con currir a la AsambleaLegislativa para contestar las interpelaciones que se les hicieren. Los funcionarios llamados a interpelacion que sin justa causa se negarena concurrir, quedaran por el mismo hecho depuestos de sus carg os. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los Municipios seran autonomos en loeconomico, en lo tecnico y en lo administrativo, y seregiran por un Codigo Municipal, q ue sentara losprincipios generales para su organizacion, funcionamiento y ejercicio desus facultades autonomas. Los Municipios estaran obligados a colaborar con otras institucionespublicas en los planes de desarroll o nacional o regional. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

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Los bie nes inmuebles propiedad del Estado podranser transferidos a personas naturales o juridicas dentro de loslimites y en la forma establecida por la ley. La propiedad estatal rustica con vocacion agropecuaria que no sea indispensable para las actividades propias del Estado, deberan sertransferidas mediante el pago correspondiente a los beneficiarios de la ReformaAgraria. Podra tambien transferirse a corporaciones de utilidadpublica. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los bienes raices de la Hacienda Publica ylos de uso publi co solo podran donarse o darse enusufructo comodato o arrendamiento, con autorizacion del OrganoLegislativo, a entidades de utilidad general. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los bomberos analizan tres posibles causas del fuego que consumio en visperas de Ano Nuevo, los cuartos que ocupaban en Curundu 58 familias, al tiempo que los damnificados tendran que permanecer por lo menos mes y medio en los albergues temporales hasta que sean reubicados. (1) | panama/nan01/index_mu.html |

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Los cargos de Presidente y de Vicepresidente de laRepublica y los de Designados solamente son renunciables por causa gravedebidamente comprobada, que calificara la Asamblea. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

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Los decretos, acuerdos, or denes y providencias delPresidente de la Republica deberan ser autorizados y comunicadospor los Ministros en sus respectivos Ramos o por los Viceministros, en su caso.Sin estos requisistos no tendran fuerza legal ni deberaaacut e;nser obedecidos. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los derechos consagrados en favor de los trabajadores sonirrenunciables. La enumeracion de los derechos y beneficios a que este capitulose refiere, no excluye otros que se deriven de los principios de justiciasocial. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

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Los extranjeros estaran sujetos a una leye special. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los extranjeros no podran ocurrir a la viadiplomatica sino en los casos de la denegacion de justicia ydespues de agotados los recursos legales que tengan expeditos. No se entiende por denegacio n de justicia el que un fallo ejecutoriadosea desfavorable al reclamante. Los que contravengan esta disposicionperderan el derecho de residir en el pais. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los extranjeros, desde el instante en que llegaren alterritorio de la Republica, estaran estrictamente obligados arespetar a las autoridades y a obedecer las leyes, y adquiriran derechoa ser protegidos por ellas. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los fondos municipales no se podran centralizar enel Fondo General del Estado, ni emplearse sino en servicios y para provecho delos Municipios. Para garantizar el desarrol lo y la autonomia economica de losmunicipios, se creara un fondo para el desarrollo economico ysocial de los mismos. Una ley establecera el monto de ese fondo y losmecanismos para su uso. Los Concejos Municipales a dministraran el patrimonio de sus Municipios yrendiran cuenta circunstanciada y documentada de suadministracion a la Corte de Cuentas de la Republica. La ejecucion del Presupuesto sera fiscalizada a posterior i por laCorte de Cuentas de la Republica, de acuerdo a la ley. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los funcionarios publicos, civiles o militares quetengan conocimiento de delitos oficiales cometidos por funcionarios o empleadosque les esten subordinados, deberan c omunicarlo a la mayorbrevedad a las autoridades competentes para su juzgamiento, y si no lo hicierenoportunamente, seran considerados como encubridores e incurriranen las responsabilidades penales correspondientes. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los funcionarios y empleados publicos estanal servicio del Estado y no de una fraccion politica determinada.No podran prevalerse de sus cargos para hacer politicapartidista. El que lo hag a sera sancionado de conformidad con la ley. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los funcionarios y empleados publicos que seenriquecieren sin justa causa o costa de la Hacienda Publica oMunicipal, estaran obligados a restituir al Estado o al Municipio lo quehubieren adquirido ilegitimamente, sin perjuicio de la responsabilidaden que hubieren incurrido conforme a las leyes. Se presume enri quecimiento ilicito cuando el aumento del capital delfuncionario o empleado, desde la fecha en que haya tomado posesion de sucargo hasta aquella en que haya cesado en sus funciones, fuere notablementesuperior al que normalmente hubiere podid o tener, en virtud de los sueldos yemolumentos que haya percibido legalmente, y de los incrementos de su capital ode sus ingresos por cualquier otra causa justa. Para determinar dicho aumento,el capital y los ingresos del funcionario o empleado, de su ca oacute;nyuge y desus hijos, se consideraran en conjunto. Los funcionarios y empleados que la ley determine estan obligados adeclarar el estado de su patrimonio ante la Corte Suprema de Justicia, deacuerdo con los incisos anteriores, den tro de los sesenta diassiguientes a aquel en que tomen posesion de sus cargos. La corte tienefacultad de tomar las providencias que estime necesarias para comprobar laveracidad de la declaracion, la que mantendra en reserva ya uacute;nicamente servira para los efectos previstos en estearticulo. Al cesar en sus cargos los funcionarios y empleados aludidos,deberan hacer nueva declaracion del estado de sus patrimonios.La ley determinara las sanc iones por el incumplimiento de estaobligacion. Los juicios por enriquecimiento sin causa justa solo podran incoarsedentro de diez anos siguientes a la fecha en que el funcionario oempleado haya cesado en el cargo cuyo ejercicio p udo dar lugar a dichoenriquecimiento. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los funcionarios y empleados publicosrespondera ;n personalmente y el Estado subsidiariamente, por losdanos materiales o morales que causaren a consecuencia de laviolacion a los derechos consagrados en esta Constitucion. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los habitantes de El Salvador tienen derecho a asociarselibremente y a reunirse pacificamente y sin armas para cualquier ob jetolicito. Nadie podra ser obligado a pertenecer a unaasociacion. No podra limitarse ni impedirse a una persona del ejercicio de cualquieractividad licita, por el hecho de no pertenecer a unaasociacion. Se prohibe la existencia de grupos armados de caracterpolitico, religioso o gremial. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los hijos nacidos dentro o fuera de matr imonio y losadoptivos, tienen iguales derechos frente a sus padres. Es obligacion deestos dar a sus hijos proteccion, asistencia, educacion yseguridad. No se consignara en las actas del Registro Civil ningunacalific acion sobre la naturaleza de la filiacion, ni seexpresara en las partidas de nacimiento el estado civil de los padres. Toda persona tiene derecho a tener un nombre que la identifique. La leysecundaria regulara esta materia . La ley determinara asimismo las formas de investigar y establecer lapaternidad. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

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Los lectores de Nicaragua deben escribir a la direccion (1) | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html |

Los miembros de la Asamblea se ren ovaran cada tresanos y podran ser reelegidos. El periodo de sus funcionescomenzara el primero de mayo del ano de su eleccion. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los ministros de cualquier culto religioso y los miembrosen servicio activo de la Fuerza Armada no podran pertenecer a partidospoliticos ni obtener cargos de eleccion popular. Tampoco podraaac ute;n realizar propaganda politica en ninguna forma. El ejercicio del voto lo efectuaran los ciudadanos en los lugares quedetermine la ley respectiva y no podra efectuarse en los recintos de lasinstalaciones militares. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los nuevos magistrados tienen frente a si el nada envidiable desafio de borrar con hechos las muchas reservas manifestadas por medios de comunicacion y gremios forenses tras sus nombramientos por el presidente Perez Balladares. Que recordemos, ninguno de sus ahora colegas experimento presion semejante tras asumir el cargo. (1) | panama/nan01/index_mu.html |

Los patronos estan obligados a pagarindemnizacion y a prest ar servicios medicos, farmaceuticosy demas que establezcan las leyes, al trabajador que sufra accidente detrabajo o cualquier enfermedad profesional. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los patronos y trabajadores privados, sindistincion de nacionalidad, sexo, raza, credo o ideas politicas ycualquiera que sea su actividad o la naturaleza del trabajo que realicen, tieneel derecho de asociarse libremente para la defensa de sus respectivosintereses, formando asociaciones profesionales o sindicatos. El mismo derechotendra aacute;n los trabajadores de las instituciones oficialesautonomas. Dichas organizaciones tienen derecho a personalidad juridica y a serdebidamente protegidas en el ejercicio de sus funciones. Se disolucion osuspension saoa cute;lo podra decretarse en los casos y son lasformalidades determinadas por la ley. Las normas especiales para la constitucion y funcionamiento de lasorganizaciones profesionales y sindicales del campo y de la ciudad, no debencoartar l a libertad de asociacion. Se prohibe todaclausula de exclusion. Los miembros de las directivas sindicales deberan sersalvadorenos por nacimiento y durante el periodo de sueleccion y mandato, y h asta despues de transcurrido un anode haber cesado en sus funciones, no podran ser despedidos, suspendidosdisciplinariamente, trasladados o desmejorados en sus condiciones de trabajo,sino por justa causa calificada previamente por la autoridad competente. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los planes de desarrollo local deberan seraprobados por el Consejo Municipal respectivo; y las Instituciones del Estadodeberan colaborar con la Muni cipalidad en el desarrollo de los mismos. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los principios, derechos y obligaciones establecidos poresta Constitucion no pueden ser alterados por las leyes que regulen suejercicio. La Constitucion prevalecera sobre todas las leyes y regla mentos.El interes publico tiene primacia sobre el interesprivado. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los representantes diplomaticos y consulares decarrera que acredite la Republica d eberan ser salvadorenospor nacimiento. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los salvadorenos por nacimiento tienen derecho agozar de la doble o multiple nacionalidad. La calidad de salvadoreno por nacimiento solo se pierde por renunciaexpresa ante autorida d competente y se recupera por solicitud ante la misma. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los secretos de la masoneria (1) | panama/nan04/vistazo_mu.html |

Los seis panamenos y cuatro estadounidenses que viajaban en la avioneta HP986 que se estrello anteayer contra un cerro en Rio Sidra, murieron calcinados. (1) | panama/nan01/index_mu.html |

Los servicios de salud publica seranes encialmente tecnicos. Se establecen las carreras sanitarias,hospitalarias, paramedicas y de administracion hospitalaria. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los trabajadores agricolas y domesticostienen derecho a proteccion en materia de salarios, jornada de trabajo.descansos, v acaciones, seguridad social, indemnizaciones por despido y, engeneral a las prestaciones sociales. La extension y naturaleza de losderechos antes mencionados seran determinadas por la ley de acuerdo conlas condiciones y peculiaridades del tr abajo. Quienes presten servicios decaracter domestico en empresas industriales, comerciales,entidades sociales y demas equiparables, seran considerados comotrabajadores manuales y tendran los derechos reconocidos aaeacu te;stos. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los trabajadores tienen derecho a la huelga y los patronosal paro. Para el ejercicio de estos derechos no sera necesaria lacalificacion previa, despues de haberse procurado laso lucion del conflicto que los genera mediante las etapas desolucion pacifica establecidas por la ley. Los efectos de lahuelga o el paro se retrotraeran al momento en que estos seinicien. La ley regulara estos derechos en cuanto a sus condiciones yejercicio. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los tratados internacionales celebrados por El Salvadorcon otros estados o con organismos internacionales, constituyen leyes de laRepublica al entrar en vigencia, conforme a las disposiciones del mismotratado y de esta Cons titucion. La ley no podra modificar o derogar lo acordado en un tratado vigentepara El Salvador. En caso de conflicto entre el tratado y la ley,prevalecera el tratado. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Los tratados internacionales regularan la forma ycondiciones en que los nacionales de paises que no formaro n parte de laRepublica Federal de Centro America conserven su nacionalidad, noobstante haber adquirido la salvadorena por naturalizacionsiempre que se respete el principio de reciprocidad. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Ludax (1) | guatemala/www09/~chochi_mu.html |

Luis Cardoza y Aragon (1) | guatemala/art03/lit_mu.html |

Luis Cedeno (1) | panama/www02/2095_mu.html |

Luis Davila (1) | honduras/gen02/www_hondurasinfo_hn_mu.html |

Luis Flores. Vice-Presidente Constitucional (1) | guatemala/gov01/guat_mu.html |

Luis de Lion (1) | guatemala/art03/lit_mu.html |

Lycos (2) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html | nicaragua/res07/nicarao_apc_org_ni_mu.html |

M.SISTER@conservation.org (1) | guatemala/spm03/eco_escuela_mu.html |

MAIL (1) | panama/art01/~molas_mu.html |

MAIN (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

MANAGUA — Half-buried in the sand of an isolated, palm-fringed Caribbean beach, a few old railroad wheels lie rusting. They were left at Monkey Point in 1903, local people say, by some Germans who started building a railroad across Nicaragua. They never got far, though. The project foundered, and in 1910 the U. S. Marines landed to put an end to Nicaragua's commercial flirtations with Europe and Japan. This summer, nearly a century later, U.S. engineering firm Parsons Brinckerhoff began a $20 million feasibility study of a "dry canal" or "land bridge" across Nicaragua. The $1.4 billion project, scheduled to break ground next year, will construct deep-water container ports and free-trade zones on the Caribbean and Pacific and connect them with a 210-mile high-speed railroad. The Caribbean terminus will be located at Monkey Point. "Nicaragua is open for business with the rest of the world," said Don Bosco, president of the private consortium that will build and run the system. The project reflects Nicaraguans "hopes and aspirations for the future," he said. For North Americans, it should reduce shipping costs and thus "benefit the consumer and important export companies." Since 1567, when King Philip II of Spain ordered a study of a wet canal across Nicaragua, the idea has resurfaced repeatedly. As prospectors en route to the California gold fields in the 1850s traveled up the San Juan River and across Lake Nicaragua, the U.S. military considered digging a canal there. In 1902, however, Panama won out over Nicaragua after a Panamanian lobbyist mounted a scare campaign in the U.S. Senate featuring a Nicaraguan stamp of a volcano erupting. Recent proposals for a Nicaraguan wet canal have been rejected as too costly and environmentally damaging. (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

MAPA (1) | salvador/pol02/tse_mu.html |

MAPS, (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

MARAVILLOSOS (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

MARIO MADRIZ (1) | guatemala/art05/Mainpage_mu.html |

MAS DE $540 MILLONES EN INVERSIONES EN 1997. (1) | crwww/gov03/www_presidente_go_cr_mu.html |

MASSACRES (1) | guatemala/otr01/index_mu.html |

MAYANET (1) | guatemala/res02/168_234_32_2_mu.html |

MAYANET (2) | guatemala/res07/www_usac_edu_gt_mu.html | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

MAYANet (1) | guatemala/res02/168_234_32_2_mu.html |

MAYOR INFORMACION (1) | guatemala/bec03/ced_mu.html |

MCI Travel Guide (1) | salvador/www01/index_mu.html |

MEJORAS A LA VIA PEATONAL DE LA AVENIDA CENTRAL (1) | panama/gov01/alcaldia_mu.html |

MENSAJE A LOS COSTARRICENSES. (1) | crwww/gov03/www_presidente_go_cr_mu.html |

MENU (1) | costarica/tra05/costarica_mu.html |

MENU (3) | guatemala/nan03/join_mu.htm | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

MENU PRINCIPAL (1) | salvador/aca01/principal_mu.htm |

MERINCO (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

METROCENTRO MANAGUA (1) | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html |

MEXICO. SIERRA MADRE MTS. BELIZE. GUATEMALA. Tikal, San Andres, Lake Peten, Flores, Peten, Lake izabal, Puerto Barrios, Huehuetenango, Quetzaltenango, Lake Atitlan, Motagua, GUATEMALA, Mazatenango, Volcan de Agua, Antigua, Escuintla, San Jose. HONDURAS. EL SALVADOR. (1) | guatemala/etp02/bioesfera_home_mu.html |

MICROEMPRESAS de centroamerica (1) | crwww/eco09/www_microempresa_or_cr_mu.html |

MIEMBROS QUE CONFORMAN LA ACADEMIA NACIONAL DE CIENCIAS. (1) | costarica/aca01/www_anc_ac_cr_mu.html |

MIGA (1) | costarica/eco02/costaric_mu.htm |

MILITARY HERITAGE (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

MINISTERIO (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

MINISTERIO DE RELACIONES EXTERIORES. (1) | salvador/gov05/consalvamia_mu.html |

MINISTERIO EVANGELISTICO EL REINO DE DIOS (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

MINISTERIO EVANGELISTICO EL REINO DE DIOS (2) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

MINISTERIO EVANGELISTICO EL REINO DE DIOS. 777. EVANGELISTA CARLOS DEVETAC (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

MINUGUA Photo Archive (1) | guatemala/org06/minugua_mu.html |

MINUGUA Public Outreach Campaigns (1) | guatemala/org06/minugua_mu.html |

MINUGUA Regional Offices (1) | guatemala/org06/minugua_mu.html |

MINUGUA Reports on Human Rights in Guatemala (1) | guatemala/org06/minugua_mu.html |

MISIONES OBSERVADORAS (1) | nicaragua/pol02/www_cse_gob_ni_mu.html |

MODERN (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

MOLA ART from Panama (1) | panama/art01/~molas_mu.html |

MOVIMIENTO LIBERTARIO (1) | costarica/pol04/mlib_mu.html |

MREC (1) | crwww/gov04/www_rree_go_cr_mu.html |

MSc in Geology (1) | nicaragua/tra05/jordi_mu.html |

MUNDOFINANCIERO (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

MUSEUM a GALLERY (1) | guatemala/art02/www_artemaya_com_mu.html |

MUSICA (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

MUSICA CRISTIANA (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

MY G(R)EEK SIDE (2) | nicaragua/tra05/jordi_mu.html | nicaragua/tra05/jordi_mu.html |

MY GUESTBOOK (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

MacIntosh (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

Made with Macintosh (1) | guatemala/etp03/mader_mu.html |

Maestrias (2) | crwww/edu05/www_incae_ac_cr_mu.html | crwww/edu05/www_incae_ac_cr_mu.html |

Magellan (1) | nicaragua/res07/nicarao_apc_org_ni_mu.html |

Magnum Belize (1) | belize/tra01/www_belize_com_mu.html |

Mail (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

Mail (2) | costarica/spa02/forester_mu.html | guatemala/spm09/guatemala_mu.html |

Mail a message to Ric Troyer (1) | guatemala/tra09/guat_mu.html |

Mail us (1) | costarica/spa03/www_ilisa_com_mu.html |

Mailing Address (1) | belize/gen01/~chacmol_mu.html |

Mailto (1) | panama/www01/panama_mu.html |

Main Directory (2) | salvador/art02/art_mu.html | salvador/www01/index_mu.html |

Main directory (1) | salvador/www01/index_mu.html |

Major Upgrade (1) | guatemala/otr03/index_mu.html |

Major international airlines fly into Guatemala City and Flores. Most flights to the country pass through the North American hub cities of Dallas/Fort Worth, Los Angeles or Mexico City. There is a $10 departure tax. To enter the north of the country by land means entering from Mexico by lengthy bus or train journeys. Buses from El Salvador travel direct to Guatemala City, while buses from Honduras stop at the border. Travel from Belize is along a very rough dirt road through mountainous jungle. You can also enter the country by sea, travelling from Punta Gorda in Belize to Puerto Barrios or Livingston. There is also a boat from Livingston to Omoa in Honduras. (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

Make sure you type you full name, e-mail address, don't worry about a subject for the message, and the message include should read like this (1) | guatemala/www02/guatemala_mu.html |

Mammals (1) | costarica/tra03/cr-handbook_mu.html |

Management of the information (1) | crwww/sus03/www_inbio_ac_cr_mu.html |

Managua (1) | nicaragua/www01/www_nicaragua-online_com_mu.html |

Managua necesita 600 policias (1) | nicaragua/nan06/www_latribuna_com_ni_mu.html |

Mantenimiento del web - (1) | costarica/gov03/www_casapres_go_cr_mu.html |

Manuel Antonio (1) | crwww/sus04/parquesnac_mu.html |

Manuel Jose Arce (1) | guatemala/art03/lit_mu.html |

Many of the documents contained on these pages appear in Spanish (the official language of Guatemala and MINUGUA). (1) | guatemala/org06/minugua_mu.html |

Many thanks to all women, and especially to (1) | nicaragua/tra05/jordi_mu.html |

Manzanillo International Terminal (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

Map of Belize (1) | belize/tra02/belize_mu.html |

Map of Costa Rica (1) | costarica/tra04/cr_mu.html |

Map of Nicaragua (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

Map section (1) | costarica/tra09/www_centralamerica_com_mu.html |

Mapa (1) | nicaragua/www05/~roustan_mu.html |

Mapa Soporte (1) | guatemala/res04/www_ufm_edu_gt_mu.html |

Mapa de Nicaragua... (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

Mapa de conectividad Mundial de Internet (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

Mapas de Provincias (1) | panama/tra04/index_mu.html |

Mapas de Provincias. (1) | panama/res01/www_pa_mu.html |

Maps (3) | belize/tra01/www_belize_com_mu.html | costarica/tra04/cr_mu.html | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm |

Maps a Information About Guatemala (1) | guatemala/tra03/www_dragonaviation_com_mu.html |

Maps, Media, Environment, Science (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

Marc Lefton has compiled a collection of narratives from students. Excellent resource. (1) | guatemala/spm10/schools_mu.html |

March 1997 (1) | guatemala/sus03/guatorg_mu.html |

Marco A. Perez (1) | nicaragua/res12/www_uca_rain_ni_mu.html |

Marco Antonio Flores (1) | guatemala/art03/lit_mu.html |

Marco Augusto Quiroa (1) | guatemala/art03/lit_mu.html |

Marco V. Matute (1) | honduras/gen02/www_hondurasinfo_hn_mu.html |

Margarita Lacabe (2) | honduras/hum03/links_mu.html | honduras/hum03/links_mu.html |

Maria Eugenia Dominguez 6a Ave. 0-69, Zona 1 Huehuetenango, Guatemala (2) | guatemala/spm05/fguatemala_mu.html | guatemala/spm05/fguatemala_mu.html |

Marian Baker School (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

Marimba Guatemalteca (Real_ Audio) (1) | guatemala/www09/~chochi_mu.html |

Marine Research Centre (1) | belize/www06/www_ucb_edu_bz_mu.html |

Mario Payeras (1) | guatemala/art03/lit_mu.html |

Mario Roberto Morales (1) | guatemala/art03/lit_mu.html |

Marisel Estrada 9a. Calle 11 - 26, Zona 1, Apartado Postal 302 Quetzaltenango, Guatemala (2) | guatemala/spm05/fguatemala_mu.html | guatemala/spm05/fguatemala_mu.html |

Market Statistics (1) | crwww/eco01/www_aldesa_fi_cr_mu.html |

Market Statistics. Mutual Funds. Contact Information (1) | crwww/eco01/www_aldesa_fi_cr_mu.html |

Market in the plaza, Antigua Guatemala (16K) (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

Marketing U.S. Products and Services (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

Marrder Omnimedia (1) | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html |

Marrder Omnimedia. (1) | honduras/tra03/travel_mu.html |

Marzo (3) | guatemala/nan06/index_mu.html | guatemala/nan06/index_mu.html | nicaragua/www04/universidad_mu.html |

Marzo 1996 (1) | panama/nan04/vistazo_mu.html |

Mas de 300 millones de colones recauda CEPA (1) | salvador/nan02/www_elsalvador_com_mu.html |

Mas deportes... (1) | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html |

Mas noticias economicas... (1) | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html |

Mas noticias internacionales... (1) | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html |

Mas noticias nacionales... (1) | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html |

Mas noticias politicas... (1) | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html |

Mas o menos una vez al mes organizamos un conversatorio, debate o foro publico sobre algun tema de interes para el movimiento de mujeres y otros movimientos sociales. La idea es mantener un espacio abierto a mujeres y hombres, para "refrescarnos" con ideas nuevas, compartiendo conocimientos, perspectivas y opiniones en un ambiente tranquilo y amistoso. Si queres tener aviso sobre los Puntos de Vista que organizamos, llamanos para ponerte en la lista de personas interesadas. (1) | nicaragua/www04/universidad_mu.html |

Mas sucesos... (1) | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html |

Mata, Isaias (1) | salvador/art02/art_mu.html |

May 10, 1995 (1) | belize/gov02/bzeguat_mu.html |

Maya (4) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

Maya Astronomy (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

Maya Calendar (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

Maya Culture. Our People. Maya Archeology. Tour Operators. Eco-Tourism. Airlines. Embassies. Spanish Schools. Hotels. (1) | guatemala/bec08/default_mu.html |

Maya Mountain Lodge (1) | belize/tra01/www_belize_com_mu.html |

Maya calendar tables, names of days and months (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

Maya language (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

Maya numbers (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

Maya ruins (1) | belize/tra02/belize_mu.html |

Maya ruins, including Tikal (1) | guatemala/spm03/eco_escuela_mu.html |

Maya/Net InfoSystem (1) | honduras/nis04/Computers_mu.html |

Mayan Ancestral Lands... (1) | belize/nan01/amandala_mu.html |

Mayan Eagles International Non-Aviation Projects (1) | guatemala/tra03/www_dragonaviation_com_mu.html |

Mayan Ruins, Tikal and beyond (1) | guatemala/tra06/guatunl_mu.htm |

Mayan World (1) | belize/tra03/welcome_mu.htm |

Mayan folktale retold by Victor Montejo in The Bird that Cleaned the World and Other Mayan Fables (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

Mayan heritage (1) | belize/tra02/belize_mu.html |

Mayans in Guatemala, brief text and pix, and a link to the author's Guatemala Today page. (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

Maye Aguero (1) | honduras/gen02/www_hondurasinfo_hn_mu.html |

Mayo (3) | guatemala/nan06/index_mu.html | guatemala/nan06/index_mu.html | nicaragua/www04/universidad_mu.html |

Mayo de 1997 (1) | guatemala/nan06/index_mu.html |

Meanwhile, pressure intensified over the canal question. In 1970 Torrijos had rejected U.S. revisions of the 1967 treaties, but in 1971 he reopened negotiations. By 1977 they resulted in two new treaties. The Panama Canal Treaty provided for continued U.S. operation, maintenance, and defense of the canal until the end of 1999 and granted Panama a percentage of the tolls. The neutrality treaty stipulated that all nations have access to the canal but that the United States defend it indefinitely. Although extreme groups in Panama objected that the treaties did not go far enough, Panama ratified them in October 1977. Opposition was also widespread in the U.S., where many felt that the United States was giving away its rightful property and that, in Panamanian hands, the canal might be less efficiently run. Nevertheless, both treaties were ratified in 1978, and they took effect the following year. General Torrijos stepped down as chief of government in 1978; the newly elected president, Aristides Royo was forced to resign in July 1982, and the military held de facto control until May 1984, when Nicolas Ardito Barletta was elected president. He resigned in 1985 and was succeeded by Eric Arturo Delvalle. Despite constitutional reforms, the military, led by General Manuel Antonio Noriega, continued to wield extraordinary power, even after February 1988, when a U.S. grand jury indicted Noriega for drug trafficking. The United States then launched a campaign of economic and political pressure aimed at removing him from office. In May 1989, after U.S. observers reported that an opposition candidate, Guillermo Endara, had been elected president, the Noriega government nullified the vote. Noriega suppressed a military coup attempt in October 1989, but two months later 24,000 U.S. troops invaded Panama and installed Endara as president. Captured and flown to the U.S. in January 1990, Noriega was convicted in Miami, Florida, on drug and racketeering charges in April 1992. The U.S. promised Panama $1 billion to repair the damage caused by the invasion and by earlier economic sanctions. The Endara administration, however, was plagued by alleged coup plots, increasing crime and drug use, and a persistently poor economy, although the cocaine trade continued to flourish. In November, voters rejected a series of constitutional changes backed by Endara, including one to abolish the army. Ernesto Perez Balladares won the 1994 presidential elections. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

Medaille d'Or (1) | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html |

Medalla de la Ciencia (1) | guatemala/gov03/www_concyt_gob_gt_mu.html |

Medalla de la Ciencia (1) | guatemala/gov03/www_concyt_gob_gt_mu.html |

Media (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

Medical (1) | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm |

Medical Organizations (1) | honduras/tra03/travel_mu.html |

Medicina (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

Medios (1) | honduras/hum03/links_mu.html |

Medios Escritos (1) | nicaragua/nan02/www_ciberdiario_com_ni_mu.html |

Melissa Larsen and June Weinstock (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

Melvin Young denied bail (1) | belize/nan01/amandala_mu.html |

Member Services (1) | belize/www01/www_belize_org_mu.html |

Member Web Designer Directory EaG (1) | costarica/tra13/bbb_or_cr_mu.html |

Member of the Internet Link Exchange (1) | belize/tra03/welcome_mu.htm |

Members of the community are working in so many different ways to make a difference. I met Diego Chiquival, whose training is in Social Work but who now helps the local coffee growers learn to grow coffee organically. Through his efforts an organization in California visited to certify the coffee as meeting the standards required for organically-grown. Eventually they hope this will help them get a better price for their product. The local AM radio station broadcasts town meetings and educational programs in both Spanish and Tzutuhil. The widows sell their weavings in a shop by the central plaza. Juan Queju teaches orphans to weave. "Chepe" Reanda Sosof, a Tzutuhil Mayan elder, taught us about their creation beliefs and of Moshimon, one of the Mayan dieties which looks out for them. Maria Sisay is a busy midwife in the community. When the army patrolled the town she could not even walk through town at night - now there is nothing interfering with her ability to provide her services to the women of the community. (1) | guatemala/otr04/hmnrts_mu.htm |

Memoria Anual (1) | crwww/eco07/www_banex_fi_cr_mu.html |

Menchu, Rigoberta (1) | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm |

Mensaje de intertel para usted... (1) | honduras/res04/www_intertel_hn_mu.html |

Mensaje del (1) | costarica/gov03/www_casapres_go_cr_mu.html |

Mensaje del Dia Mundial de Poblacion (1) | nicaragua/res04/~unfpanic_mu.html |

Menu (1) | panama/nis03/www_inter-cafe_com_mu.html |

Meredith Larson (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

Meredith Larson, a US citizen, was working in Guatemala as a member of Peace Brigades International, an international human rights organization. On December 20, 1989, while walking to her residence with two colleagues, she and the others were stabbed by two men. The attackers said nothing and did not attempt to rob the victims. Members of the Peace Brigades had received death threats in May 1989, and their residence had been the target of the August 15 grenade attack described above. Meredith Larson was hospitalized in Guatemala and left for the United States on December 28, 1989. The US ambassador lodged a protest with senior Guatemalan government officials, but no suspects were ever charged. Significant intelligence bearing on the Meredith Larson case (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

Merinco (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

Mesozoic Igneous Rocks on the Chortis Block (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

Message Board (1) | costarica/spa03/www_ilisa_com_mu.html |

Messages (1) | belize/nan04/sanpedrosun_mu.html |

Mexico (1) | guatemala/etp03/mader_mu.html |

Mexico - Tradeport Trade Directory (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

Mexico and Panama are upgrading their infrastructure, Crowther observed, and U.S. land bridges are expanding into Latin America. Indeed, Panama, with existing port facilities and a coast-to-coast distance about a quarter that of Nicaragua's, may hold most of the trump cards in the dry canal game. Kansas City Southern Railroad is negotiating with the Panamanian government to build a new railroad line on an abandoned right-of-way. At Manzanillo on Panama's Caribbean coast, Stevedoring Services of America's new $120-million container terminal is thriving. In the past three years, said managing director Andy McLauchlan, larger vessels and increased competition have nearly halved costs per container from Asia to Panama. (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

Mexico, too, may offer attractive land-bridge alternatives and big local markets if it can modernize its ports and railroads. American President Lines uses Manzanillo on the Pacific as a major port of entry for cargo from Asia, which it ships and trucks primarily into the U.S. Midwest, according to vice president Joaquin Montalvan. In southeastern Mexico, the ports of Coatzacoalcos and Salina Cruz and an old railroad across the Isthmus of Tehuantepec are functional but in poor condition. Plans to modernize the facilities for containers, however, have been clouded by anti-government guerrillas in the region and alleged efforts by a cocaine-trafficking cartel to buy the two ports. In the other Central American countries and Colombia, dry and wet canal proposals have circulated for years. But none have advanced as far as Nicaragua's. Costa Rica recently rejected the idea as too expensive and incompatible with its ecotourism industry. (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

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Mi Pueblito , un centro turistico local e internacional. Hoy dia es un centro obligado de visita para todos los que no han conocido como eran aquellos pueblitos de la campina interiorana, donde no llegaba el progreso por encontrarse demasiado apartados de la carretera interamericana. En " Mi Pueblito " se respira un grato olor a campina, a follage casi virgen del Cerro Ancon y que casi se toca con las manos, y que hemos rescatado para satisfaccion de Amelia Denis de Icaza cuando en su inmortal Poema dijo (1) | panama/gov01/alcaldia_mu.html |

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Michael DeVine was an expatriate US citizen who had lived in Guatemala since 1977, running an inn, restaurant, and farm until he was murdered on June 8, 1990, near his property. Largely through the work of Carl West, a private investigator hired by Michael's wife, Carole DeVine, six Guatemalan army enlisted men were convicted of Michael DeVine's murder and are in prison. Their direct superior, Captain Hugo Contreras, was convicted on May 13, 1993, but escaped the same day and is still at large. Significant intelligence bearing on the murder of Michael DeVine (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

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Montecristo-Trifinio - Cloudforest 10 miles west of Nueva Ocotepeque; access is best from El Salvador, but there are paths in Honduras Cerro Azul - Cloudforest six miles northeast of Florida, Copan. No facilities. Celaque - Cloud forest 5 miles from Gracias with optional departure from Belancuacho. This park has the highest peak in Honduras and requires a three-day trip to the top. (1) | honduras/otr03/honparks_mu.html |

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Most background images on the pages in this web site are copyrighted and may not be used without the owner's permission. (1) | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm |

Most of the photographs are of the artists and their families, but there are also photographs of the landscape and people of the Tz'utuhil region of Lake Atitlan. (1) | guatemala/art02/www_artemaya_com_mu.html |

Most students arrive on the Sunday before classes by flying to Guatemala City, 45 minutes from Antigua. For a $30 fee payable to the driver, our U.S. office can arrange an airport pickup for you. The driver is associated with the school. He will meet your flight and take you to your assigned family. (1) | guatemala/spm07/proyecto_ling_mu.html |

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Mr. Clark soon became known as the most knowledgeable tour guide in the country. His enthusiastic work earned him widespread recognition as a pioneer who set unprecedented new standards for Guatemalan tourism, and as an outstanding model for other companies to follow. His meticulous attention to the important details of courtesy, expertise and service secured the company's first-place standing in the industry. Today the family tradition continues. James Clark, the founder's son, has carried on his father's pursuit of excellence for the past 32 years, directing an expansion that opened offices in every major hotel in Guatemala City and in the city's finest shopping centers. He has established favorable business relationships with airlines and hotels, and has continued the proud family tradition by introducing his nieces and nephews to the business. Clark Tours' solid reputation for excellence precedes the company throughout the beautiful Central American nation and abroad. After 68 years, it still maintains its position as the number one touring service in the country, offering the widest variety of Guatemalan tours. The courteous staff and friendly, professional drivers have an unparalleled knowledge of the regions and customs of the country, ensuring your thorough enjoyment of every Clark Tours experience. (1) | guatemala/tra02/www_clarktours_com_mu.html |

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Nadie puede ser juzgado sino conforme a leyes promulgadascon anterioridad al hecho de que se trate, y por los tribunales que previamentehaya establecido la ley. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Nadie puede ser obligado a realizar trabajos o prestarservicios personales sin justa retribucion y sin su plenoconsentimiento, salvo en los casos de calamidad publica y en losdemas senalados por la ley. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

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Need a break? Yearn to concentrate on your art? Always wanted to try weaving or work on your Spanish, but never had the time or just the right opportunity? Whether you are a corporate type who has finally decided to pursue that love of photography, an art instructor or professional artist who wants to stretch your artistic endeavors - Art Workshops in La Antigua Guatemala has something to expand your creative horizons. Classes are small. Some are limited to only three students, most have a maximum of ten. We prefer that each student have plenty of individual attention and a unique and rewarding experience in Guatemala. We are an art school, not a tour company. We've avoided the large hotels and big tour buses and hope to provide our students a more intimate look at Guatemala and her people. (1) | guatemala/art01/www_artguat_org_mu.html |

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Need to find a tour guide? Want a list of resorts in Cayo? Need phone numbers? Search the Belize Tourist Board's complete listing of Tourism related businesses in Belize. Search by name, location, or services and activities. This is a GREAT service. (1) | belize/www02/www_belizenet_com_mu.html |

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Network with Others (1) | belize/www01/www_belize_org_mu.html |

Networking in Belize - 96.01.12 (1) | belize/nis02/bz_mu.html |

New (2) | guatemala/etp03/mader_mu.html | guatemala/res06/www_url_edu_gt_mu.html |

New Years Day December 31, afternoon only and January 1 all day First Friday Six weeks before Lent, afternoon only Easter Maundy Thursday and Good Friday Workers Day May 1 Corpus Christi Month of June, date varies. Afternoon only Teachers Day June 25 Army Day June 30 Dia de Santiago July 25 Independence September 15 Revolution Day October 20 All Saints Day November 1 Christmas December 24, afternoon only and Dec. 25 all day (1) | guatemala/spm07/proyecto_ling_mu.html |

New to this website? Check here first (1) | belize/www02/www_belizenet_com_mu.html |

New! (1) | belize/tra01/www_belize_com_mu.html |

News (1) | nicaragua/res02/www_apenn_org_ni_mu.html |

News (8) | belize/tra01/www_belize_com_mu.html | belize/www02/www_belizenet_com_mu.html | costarica/eco02/costaric_mu.htm | costarica/nan04/www_ticotimes_co_cr_mu.html | costarica/nan04/www_ticotimes_co_cr_mu.html | crwww/sus03/www_inbio_ac_cr_mu.html | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm | honduras/www02/www_honduras-resources_com_mu.html |

News Briefs (1) | costarica/nan04/www_ticotimes_co_cr_mu.html |

News a Updates (1) | costarica/spa03/www_ilisa_com_mu.html |

News and Entertainment (1) | belize/www04/www_belizeweb_com_mu.html |

News and Info (1) | belize/tra01/www_belize_com_mu.html |

News from Guatemala (1) | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm |

News of the Week (1) | belize/nan04/sanpedrosun_mu.html |

News updates every day from the Costa Rican News Paper La Nacion (1) | guatemala/www02/guatemala_mu.html |

Newspaper Rates (1) | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html |

Newspapers and magazines with news from Guatemala. (1) | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm |

Newstand (1) | panama/www01/panama_mu.html |

Next 5 (1) | belize/www02/www_belizenet_com_mu.html |

Next Site (1) | belize/www02/www_belizenet_com_mu.html |

Ni el Organo Legislativo ni el Ejecutivo podrandispensar del pago de las can tidades reparadas a los funcionarios y empleadosque manejen fondos fiscales o municipales, ni de las deudas a favor del Fisco ode los Municipios. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Ni los salvadorenos ni los extranjerospodr an en ningun caso reclamar al gobierno indemnizacionalguna por danos o perjuicios que a sus personas o a sus bienes causarenlas facciones. Solo podran hacerlo contra los funcionarios oparticulares culpables. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Nica, Nicaragua's national airline, flies to few international destinations, but flights to/from Managua are available with a number of Latin American, European and North American airlines. There are three overland border crossings into Honduras, at Las Manos, El Espino and Guasule, and one into Costa Rica at Sapoa. There is also a river crossing between Nicaragua and Costa Rica at Los Chiles, reachable by boat from San Carlos. Fishing and cargo boats from Bluefields and Puerto Cabezas, both on the Caribbean coast, are always coming and going; you may be able to hitch a ride to another Central American port or island. (1) | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm |

NicaNet (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

NicaSoft (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

Nicaragua (2) | nicaragua/www01/www_nicaragua-online_com_mu.html | nicaragua/www05/~roustan_mu.html |

Nicaragua (5) | nicaragua/nan04/www_laprensa_com_ni_mu.html | nicaragua/nan05/index_mu.html | nicaragua/res13/www_unanleon_edu_ni_mu.html | nicaragua/sus02/www_sdnnic_org_ni_mu.html | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm |

Nicaragua (11K) (1) | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm |

Nicaragua (University of Texas) (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

Nicaragua 1998 (1) | nicaragua/nan04/www_laprensa_com_ni_mu.html |

Nicaragua Country Background Note (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

Nicaragua Country Study (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

Nicaragua For Export Magazine (1) | nicaragua/res02/www_apenn_org_ni_mu.html |

Nicaragua On-line (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

Nicaragua OnLine (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

Nicaragua Online (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

Nicaragua Online Guestbook Make a Friend Haz un amigo (1) | nicaragua/www01/www_nicaragua-online_com_mu.html |

Nicaragua Online Tech_Notes. (1) | nicaragua/www01/www_nicaragua-online_com_mu.html |

Nicaragua Online and Nicaragua Online contents is a (1) | nicaragua/www01/www_nicaragua-online_com_mu.html |

Nicaragua Spanish Schools. (1) | nicaragua/www01/www_nicaragua-online_com_mu.html |

Nicaragua Sugar Estates Limited. Fundada en 1890. Iniciando un Nuevo Siglo (1) | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html |

Nicaragua at a Glance. REPUBLIC OF (1) | nicaragua/www01/www_nicaragua-online_com_mu.html |

Nicaragua en Nahualt. (1) | nicaragua/www01/www_nicaragua-online_com_mu.html |

Nicaragua es el primer pais en Latinoamerica en transmitir los resultados oficiales de las elecciones presidenciales directamente en el Internet. La transmision de los datos electorales oficiales a traves del Internet, es un proyecto del Consejo Supremo Electoral, el cual se esta realizando como donacion de IBW y un grupo de empresas e instituciones que aportaron equipos, personal, software y dinero en efectivo para asegurar que no existiera ningun costo para el CSE. "Por no disponer de la capacidad tecnica para llevar a cabo la transmision, se acepto la colaboracion brindada por IBW Internet Gateway, un proveedor local de Internet, para colocar la informacion en la red mundial." Las paginas de web del Consejo Supremo Electoral salieron al aire el dia 13 de octubre y permaneceran hasta el cambio de gobierno el ano entrante. La informacion saldra de la siguiente forma (1) | nicaragua/pol03/notaprensa_mu.html |

Nicaragua is best known not for its landscape or cultural treasures, but for the 1979 Sandinista revolution and subsequent Contra war, in which the country rose up in hope only to be let down by US interference. The Sandinistas are no longer in power and the prevailing economic ideology, dictated by the likes of the World Bank and the IMF, involves massive privatisation and deregulation. This high-speed `structural adjustment' has reduced inflation, provided ready cash for the business elite, and left much of the rest of the country unemployed or in a state of shock. The good news is that throughout this period human rights have largely been respected and the country's battles are now confined to the political arena. Nicaragua is a fascinating destination for those travellers who shun seeing `sights', have an awareness of history and enjoy getting to know a country on a grass-roots level. (1) | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm |

Nicaragua is the largest country in Central America. It is bordered in the north by Honduras, in the south by Costa Rica, in the east by the Caribbean Sea and in the west by the Pacific Ocean. The country has three distinct geographic regions (1) | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm |

Nicaragua's maximum length from north to south is about 275 miles (440 km), and its maximum width from east to west is about 280 miles (450km). It is bordered by Honduras on the north, the Caribbean Sea on the east, Costa Rica on the south, and the Pacific Ocean on the west. The population is estimated to be 4,200,000 yielding an overall density of about 33 persons per sq km. (1) | nicaragua/www01/www_nicaragua-online_com_mu.html |

Nicaragua, October 1996 (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

Nicaragua. Guanacaste, Puntarenas, Alajuela, Heredia, San Jose, Limon, Cartago, Puntarenas. Panama. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 (1) | crwww/sus04/parquesnac_mu.html |

Nicaraguan Association of Producers of Non-Traditional Exports (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

Nicaraguan Economic Data 1979-96 (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

Nicaraguan Energy Sector (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

Nicaraguan Labor Laws (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

Nicaraguan Stock Exchange (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

Nicaraguan Tax System (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

Nicaraguan Tourism Industry (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

Nicaraguan Trade Policy (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

Nicaraguan Visa Rules (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

Nicaraguan-American Chamber of Commerce (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

Nicaraguense Vuelve a Nicaragua, por Yvon D. Roustan (1) | nicaragua/www05/~roustan_mu.html |

Nicarao (1) | nicaragua/res07/nicarao_apc_org_ni_mu.html |

Nicarao Lake Resort. (1) | nicaragua/pol01/www_nfdd_org_mu.html |

Nicholas Blake and Griffith Davis (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

Nicholas Blake was a US citizen and free-lance journalist visiting Guatemala, and Griffith Davis was an expatriate US photographer living in Guatemala. They both disappeared in late March I985 while trying to find guerrillas to interview. The two men were presumed to have been killed by the guerrillas until September 1987, when a local school teacher claimed that they had been killed by members of the Civil Defense Patrol (PAC)--a community-based paramilitary force loosely controlled by the army. The teacher later said the army knew that the PAC had detained the two men and had been involved in a cover-up of the PAC's role in their disappearance. In May and June 1992, a regional PAC commander helped the families recover the men's remains. Significant intelligence bearing on the Blake/Davis case (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

Nicholas Tichoc Calle 14 de Febrero Solola, Panajachel, Guatemala (2) | guatemala/spm05/fguatemala_mu.html | guatemala/spm05/fguatemala_mu.html |

Nightlife (1) | belize/tra02/belize_mu.html |

Ninez y Leyes (1) | nicaragua/res01/www_angel_org_ni_mu.html |

Ningun establecimiento de educacionpodra negarse a admitir alumnos por motivo de la naturaleza de launion de su s progenitores o guardadores, ni por diferencias sociales,religiosos, raciales o politicas. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Ningun organo gubernamental ni autoridadpuede avocarse causas pendientes ni abrir juicios fenecidos. En caso de revision en materia penal, el Estado indemnizara,conforme a la ley, a las victimas de los errores judiciales debidamentecomprobados. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Ningun organo gubernamental, autoridad ofuncionario podra dictar ordenes de detencion o deprision si no es de conformidad con la ley, y estas ordenesdeberan ser siempre escritas. Cuando un delincuente sea sorprendido infraganti, puede ser detenido por cualquier persona, para entregarloinmediatamente a la autoridad competente. La detencion administrativa no excedera de setenta y dos horas,dentro de las cuales debera consignarse al detenido a la orden del juezcompetente, con las diligencias que hubiere practicado. La detencion para inquirir no pasara de setenta y dos horas y eltribunal correspondiente estara obligado a notificar al detenido, arecibir su indagatoria y a decretar su libertad o detencion provisional,dentro de dicho termino. Por razones de defensa social, podran ser sometidos a medidas deseguridad reeducativas o de readaptacion, los sujetos que por suactividad antisocial, inmoral o danosa, revelen un estado peligroso yofrezcan riesgos inminentes para la sociedad o para los individuos. Dichasmedidas de seguridad deben estar estrictamente reglamentadas por la ley ysometidas a la competencia del Organo Judicial. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Ninguna corporacion o fundacion civil oeclesiastica, cualquiera que s ea su denominacion u objeto,tendra capacidad legal para conservar en propiedad o administrar bienesraices, con excepcion de los destinados inmediata y directamenteal servicio u objeto de la institucion. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Ninguna ley ni autoridad podra eximir ni dispensarel pago de las tasas y contribuciones municipales. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Ninguna ley obliga sino en virtud de suspromulgacion y publicacion. Para que una ley de caracterpermanente sea obligatoria deberan transcurrir, por lo menos, o chodias despues de su publicacion. Este plazo podraampliarse, pero no restringirse. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Ninguna persona puede ser privada del derecho a la vida, ala libertad, a la propiedad y posesion, ni de cualquier otro de susderechos sin ser previamente oida y vencida en juicio con arreglo a lasleyes; ni puede ser enjuiciada dos veces por la misma causa. Toda persona tiene derecho al habeas corpus cuando cualquier autoridad oindividuo restrinja ilegalmente su libertad. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Ninguna suma podra comprometerse o abonarse concargo a fondos publicos, si no es dentro de las limitaciones de uncredito presupuesto. Todo compromiso, abono o pago debera efectuarse segun lo dispongala ley. Solo podran comprometerse fondos de ejercicios futuros conautorizacion legislativa, para obras de interaeac ute;s publico oadministrativo, o para la consolidacion o conversion de la deudapublica. con tales finalidades podra votarse un presupuestoextraordinario. Habra una ley especial que regulara las subven ciones, pensiones yjubilaciones que afecten los fondos publicos. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Ninrod (1) | panama/art02/panamarock_mu.html |

No Frames (1) | costarica/tra08/crrobs_mu.html |

No language other than Spanish is used. The courses are designed to begin with mini-dialogues as a total system for learning grammar, vocabulary, and survival skills. Some experts believe Guatemala is an excellent country in which to learn Spanish because the speech and writing have fewer adopted English words and slang. Course work focuses on daily life, and assignments might include reading the local paper, listening to the news, or discussing politics, local entertainment, or current events. Textbooks used include (1) | guatemala/spm07/proyecto_ling_mu.html |

No obstante, la aprobaciaoacu te;n que de el OrganoLegislativo a los actos oficiales en los casos requeridos por estaConstitucion, los funcionarios que hayan intervenido en tales actos,podran ser procesados por delitos oficiales mientras no transcurra elter mino de la prescripcion. La aprobacion de las memorias y cuentas que se presenten al OrganoLegislativo, no da mas valor a los actos y contratos a que ellas serefieren, que el que tengan conforme a las leyes. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

No podra autorizarse ningun monopoli o sinoa favor del Estado o de los Municipios, cuando el interes social lo hagaimprescindible. Se podran establecer estancos a favor del Estado. A fin de garantizar la libertad empresarial y proteger al consumidor, seprohiben las praaacu te;cticas monopolisticas. Se podra otorgar privilegios por tiempo limitado a los descubridores einventores y a los perfeccionadores de los procesos productivos. Corresponde al Estado prestar por si o por medio de institucion esoficiales autonomas, los servicios de correos y telecomunicaciones.Podra tomar a su cargo otros servicios publicos, cuando losintereses sociales asi lo exijan, prestandolos directamente o pormedio de las mencionadas in stituciones o de los municipios. Tambien lecorresponde regular y vigilar los servicios publicos prestados porempresas privadas y la aprobacion de sus tarifas, excepto las que seestablezcan de conformidad con tratados o convenios inter nacionales, lasempresas salvadorenas de servicios publicos tendran suscentros de trabajo y bases de operaciones en El Salvador. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

No podran celebrarse o ratificarse tratados uotorgarse concesiones en que de alguna manera se altere la forma de gobierno ose lesione o menoscaben la integridad del territorio, la soberania eindepe ndencia de la Republica o los derechos y garantiasfundamentales de la persona humana. Lo dispuesto en el inciso anterior se aplica a los tratados internacionales ocontratos con gobiernos o empresas nacionales o internacionales en los cualesse someta el Estado salvadoreno, a la jurisdiccion de un tribunalde un estado extranjero. Lo anterior no impide que, tanto en los tratados como en los contratos, elEstado salvadoreno en caso de controversia, someta la d ecision aun arbitraje o a un tribunal internacionales. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

No podran ser Ministros ni Viceministros de Estadolas personas comprendidas en los ordinales 2o, 3o, 4o, 5o y6o del articulo 127 de esta Constitucion. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

No podran ser candidatos a Diputados (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

No podran ser candidatos a Presidente de laRepublica (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

No podran ser elegidos Magistrados de la CorteSuprema de Justicia ni de una misma Camara de Segunda Instancia, losconyuges ni los parientes entre si, comprendidos dentro delcuarto grado de consanguinida d o segundo de afinidad. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

No pueden imponerse contribuciones sino en virtud de unaley y para el servicio publico. Los templos y sus dependencias destinadas inmediata y directamente al servicioreligioso, estaran exentos de impuestos sobre inmuebles. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

No se pierda las curiosas fotografias de Gente de la Ciudad (1) | panama/gen04/castellano_mu.html |

No se podran ratificar l os tratados en que serestrinjan o afecten de alguna manera las disposiciones constitucionales, amenos que la ratificacion se haga con las reservas correspondientes. Lasdisposiciones del tratado sobre las cuales se haga reservas no son ley de laRepa uacute;blica. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

No se trata de una alarma infundada, sino de medidas preventivas para evitarle una tragedia a las familias que se dedican a la pesca artesanal en las costas del pais. Desde ayer, las autoridades meteorologicas orientaron la suspension de las operaciones de pesca ante el incremento de los vientos. La disposicion se extendio al Atlantico. Los fuertes vientos que azotan el pais desde hace varias semanas obligaron a la capitania de puerto Corinto a suspender indefinidamente los permisos de operacion a mas de 500 pescadores artesanales que faenan en las costas del Pacifico. (1) | nicaragua/nan06/www_latribuna_com_ni_mu.html |

No tenes que tener un titulo para poder participar, pero si interes de estudiar cosas nuevas y compartir con otras personas. Los cursos y talleres estan dirigidos a lideres, dirigentas, promotoras, coordinadoras de grupos, consultoras, tecnicas y profesionales, cuyo trabajo esta relacionado con el contenido del curso o taller. Este ano, tambien ofrecemos dos cursos mixtos (mujeres y hombres). El cupo es limitado, asi que es muy importante que te inscribas a tiempo en el periodo que corresponde al curso o taller en el cual queres participar. Por favor lee al final de este plegable las indicaciones para hacer tu inscripcion. (1) | nicaragua/www04/universidad_mu.html |

Nodo Nicarao (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

NodoNicarao (1) | nicaragua/res07/nicarao_apc_org_ni_mu.html |

Nodos y Dominios (1) | crwww/res01/mapacr_mu.html |

Nodos, Dominios y Servidores WWW (1) | costarica/nis02/www_cr_mu.html |

Nombre (1) | guatemala/bec03/ced_mu.html |

Nominee Best of the Planet (1) | costarica/tra13/bbb_or_cr_mu.html |

Non-government, non-political, humanitarian organizations in Guatemala. (1) | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm |

Nora de Turcios (1) | honduras/gen02/www_hondurasinfo_hn_mu.html |

Norman Garcia (1) | honduras/gen02/www_hondurasinfo_hn_mu.html |

North America (1) | guatemala/org08/guatemala_mu.html |

North of Zona 1 is the shady and restful Parque Minerva , featuring a quirky relief map of the country. Several important museums can be found in Zona 10, including the Museo Popol Vuh , which is a superb private collection of Mayan and Spanish colonial art, and the Museo Ixchel , which displays the rich traditional arts and costumes of Guatemala's highland towns. Zona 13 houses the Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologi , with its prized collection of Mayan art, and the Museo Nacional de Arte Moderno , which has a superb collection of 20th-century Guatemalan art. Several km west of the centre lie the extensive ruins of Kaminalijuyu , an important Early Classic Maya site. Unfortunately, the ruins have been largely covered by urban expansion. Most of the city's cheap and middle-range hotels are in Zona 1, while posh hotels are clustered in Zona 10. Zona Viva is the place to go to eat expensively and dance the night away. (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

Nos sera de mucha ayuda conocer su opinion y asi ofrecerle el servicio que se mererece. (1) | salvador/gov05/consalvamia_mu.html |

Nosotros los pueblos de las Naciones Unidas resueltos (1) | nicaragua/res09/~un_mu.html |

Nosotros, representantes del pueblo salvadoreno reunidos en AsambleaConstituyente, puesta nuestra confianza en Dios, nuestra voluntad en los altosdestinos de la Patria y en ejercicio de la potestad soberana que el pueblo deEl Salvador nos ha conferido, animados del ferviente deseo de establecer losfundamentos de la convivencia nacional con base en el respeto a la dignidad dela persona humana, en la construccion de una sociedad mas justa,esencia de la democracia y al espiritu de libertad y justicia, valoresde nuestra herencia humanista. Decretamos, sancionamos y proclamamos, la siguiente Constitucion (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Not by years but by disposition is wisdom acquired. (1) | salvador/res01/www_amschool_edu_sv_mu.html |

Nota (4) | guatemala/www09/~chochi_mu.html | nicaragua/eco03/economia_mu.html | panama/res01/www_pa_mu.html | panama/res06/www_utp_ac_pa_mu.html |

Nota de Derecho de Copia (1) | guatemala/www09/~chochi_mu.html |

Note (1) | costarica/tra03/cr-handbook_mu.html |

Noticias (2) | crwww/eco09/www_microempresa_or_cr_mu.html | guatemala/nan04/index_mu.html |

Noticias (8) | crwww/edu05/www_incae_ac_cr_mu.html | crwww/edu05/www_incae_ac_cr_mu.html | guatemala/bec04/cien_mu.html | nicaragua/res08/www_ops_org_ni_mu.html | nicaragua/res08/www_ops_org_ni_mu.html | panama/gov03/mhytdgi_mu.html | panama/tra04/index_mu.html | salvador/nan04/la_prensa_grafica_mu.html |

Noticias publicadas por La Nacion (1) | costarica/pol04/mlib_mu.html |

Noticias y Avisos (1) | panama/gov03/mhytdgi_mu.html |

Noticias y Medios (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

Noticias. (2) | guatemala/nan08/www_prensalibre_com_mu.html | panama/res01/www_pa_mu.html |

Notifax (2) | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html |

Notifax (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

Notifax (Off Site) (1) | nicaragua/www05/~roustan_mu.html |

Nov 02, 1997 (Coz CHINESE Cargo) (1) | belize/nan02/www_belizetimes_com_mu.html |

Nov 09, 1997 (UDP Immigration Scandal #2) (1) | belize/nan02/www_belizetimes_com_mu.html |

Nov 16, 1997 (Corruption in - Hotel Industry) (1) | belize/nan02/www_belizetimes_com_mu.html |

Nov 23, 1997 ($1.2M Land Hustle - in Ambergris) (1) | belize/nan02/www_belizetimes_com_mu.html |

Nov. 1, 1964 (1) | nicaragua/tra05/jordi_mu.html |

Novedades (2) | crwww/bus04/www_racsa_co_cr_mu.html | honduras/nan03/www_laprensahn_com_mu.html |

Novedades (1) | crwww/bus04/www_racsa_co_cr_mu.html |

Novedades del Sector (1) | crwww/eco09/www_microempresa_or_cr_mu.html |

November 1997 (1) | guatemala/spm10/schools_mu.html |

November 28, 1997 (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

Noviembre (2) | guatemala/nan06/index_mu.html | guatemala/nan06/index_mu.html |

Noviembre 97 (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

Now that Patrick has learned Spanish, he's teaching English in Costa Rica. (1) | guatemala/spm10/schools_mu.html |

Nuestra Musica. (1) | nicaragua/www01/www_nicaragua-online_com_mu.html |

Nuestro Pais (1) | panama/res03/www_ulat_ac_pa_mu.html |

Nuestro Servidor FTP (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

Nuestro patrocinador con Informacion Tecnica Automotriz, interesante! (1) | guatemala/www03/guacente_mu.html |

Nuestros Amigos (1) | panama/nis03/www_inter-cafe_com_mu.html |

Nuestros Martires (1) | salvador/res06/www_uca_edu_sv_mu.html |

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O ur institute was founded in 1981 and was among the first schools in Costa Rica to teach SPANISH to foreigners. Programs vary from 3 days (6 hours per day) to 4 weeks (3 or 4 hours in morning or afternoon, Monday through Friday), and students can continue studying for up to six months, if he/she desires to go through all the levels of the language. Our courses are intensive or semi-intensive depending on the student's needs and time. The average student to teacher ratio is four to one and will not exceed a ratio of six to one. (1) | costarica/spa05/universal_mu.html |

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Obtenga los siguientes formatos de solicitudes, manteniendo la tecla [SHIFT] presionada al mismo tiempo que selecciona el formato. Get the following request forms, keeping the key [SHIFT] pressed at the same time that you select the form. (1) | salvador/res04/svnet_mu.html |

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On August 15, 1996 ( from today) YES!..TODAY) ago) GUATEL, the Guatemalan Telephone Company, changed ALL telephone numbers in Guatemala to SEVEN digits (instead of 5 or 6). We at QuetzalNET have created this Converter to help you use the new system, please try it. (1) | guatemala/bec08/default_mu.html |

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On January 27, Premier Price rejected a proposed compromise with Guatemala whereby Belize would cede 300 square miles of mainland and 600 square miles of seabed in the south of Belize in return for Guatemala's recognition of Belize's Independence. A similar proposal by Britain for Belize to cede between 1000 an 2000 square miles of land and adjacent seabed was earlier rejected. Mr. Price announced on March 10 at a conference that Barbados, Guyana an Jamaica had agreed to take part in multilateral security arrangements that would defend the territorial integrity of an independent Belize. This agreement did not come into force since at the time Belize's Independence date could not be agreed upon. On May 18, the Gutemalan foreign minister, Senor Adolfo Molina Orantes said in a press interview that his government maintained its demand for a cession of territory by Belize. He insisted that the two governments set up a join military staff, consultations on Belize's external relations and economic integration into the Central American system. The British Permanent Representative at the U.N. announced on November 28 that a four-point proposal had been put to Guatemala to resolve the conflict with Belize. Development aid including help with construction of roads to facilitate Guatemala's access to the coast, free port in the Port of Belize and a revision of the seaward boundaries of the two countries to guarantee permanent access for Guatemala to the open sea. On December 7 the Guatemalan foreign minister, Senor Castillo Valdez announced that the British plan for the settlement of the dispute with Belize was unacceptable and that he would now deal directly with Belize. Belize rejected any bilateral negotiations with Guatemala (1). (1) | belize/gov01/belize_mu.html |

On January 31 the Belize government issued its White Paper on the Proposed Terms for the Independence Constitution of Belize. The National Assembly of Belize had earlier appointed a bi-partisan Joint Select Committee comprising of members of the House of Representatives and the Senate to consider the Proposals in the White Paper and to report thereon. The Committee was instructed to canvass the opinion of the country before making this report. Special invitations were sent out to all organizations throughout the country inviting ideas both written and oral. The committee found a general and overriding acceptance of the monarchical form of government based on the westminister parliamentary pattern. Although the opposition party refused to serve on the Joint Select Committee, it took steps to appear before the Committee by a senior official of their political party in each district of the country and made a written presentation in Belize City. (4) In March Britain and Guatemala signed the Heads of Agreements providing the basis for a fully negotiated settlement and a termination of Guatemala's claim to Belize. Basically, these agreements provided for Guatemala's recognition of Belize's Independence and territorial integrity, economic cooperation and Guatemala's access to the Caribbean Sea from the south of Belize. Subsequent negotiations ended without a formal treaty-both parties were unable to agree on the conditions of the use of two cayes and the sea corridor to south for Guatemala's access to the Caribbean. (5) Between April 6-14, the Belize Constitutional Conference was held at Marlborough House, London. The basic conference document was the White Paper on Proposed Terms of the Independence Constitution prepared by the Belize government. Also considered was Belize's membership in international institutions an Belize's succession to obligations and responsibilities which the U.K. had hitherto exercised. (6) On July 28 the Belize Independence Act received the Royal Assent. This Act provides for (1) | belize/gov01/belize_mu.html |

On March 30, 1995, the President directed the Intelligence Oversight Board (IOB) to conduct a government-wide review concerning allegations regarding the l990 death of US citizen Michael DeVine, the 1992 disappearance of Guatemalan guerrilla leader Efrain Bamaca Velasquez, and related matters. Under terms of reference issued on April 7, 1995, the scope of this inquiry covers any existing intelligence bearing on the torture, disappearance, or death of US citizens in Guatemala since 1984, including the cases of Dianna Ortiz, Griffith Davis and Nicholas Blake. Other cases that have come to our attention and have been included in our review are those involving Peter Wolfe, Janey Skinner, Jennifer Roitman, Meredith Larson, June Weinstock, and Daniel Callahan. Because an investigation of the Dianna Ortiz case by the Department of Justice is still underway, our comments on that case will be limited at this time to our review of relevant intelligence reports. The terms of reference also include the US intelligence relationship with Guatemala, the coordination of intelligence and policy, and the asset validation process. The IOB's charter is to review and report to the President on intelligence activities that we believe may be unlawful or contrary to Executive order or Presidential directive. The Board has previously conducted its investigations and provided reports in a confidential manner. The Guatemala review is unprecedented as a publicly announced inquiry. The Board received reports on the matters under review from the Inspectors General of the Departments of State and Justice and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and from the Inspector General and General Counsel of the Department of Defense. These reports covered those agencies and their subordinate agencies, such as the National Security Agency (NSA), the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Over the course of the review, the IOB has received excellent cooperation from the inspectors general and their departments and agencies, as well as from innumerable others both in and out of the government, and has benefited greatly from the extensive follow-up investigations conducted by the Department of Justice on certain matters. The IOB believes that the investigations conducted by the inspectors general in this review process demonstrate the important, though often unpopular, roles they play. The IOB also conducted its own inquiry in evaluating relevant facts and circumstances in order to reach its own conclusions. In this inquiry, IOB members and staff interviewed scores of witnesses in the United States and Guatemala and examined many thousands of documents. The Board also requested a CIA IG review of all clandestine assets in Guatemala since 1984 for allegations of human rights abuse. The Board would like to note that agencies have already taken several remedial actions as a result of investigations conducted by the agency inspectors general, the IOB, and the Congress. In this report, we provide an executive summary and our conclusions and recommendations, and we address the following subjects (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

On March 8, l994, Melissa Larsen, a tourist from the United States, was chased by a mob of villagers in Santa Lucia Cotzumalguapa, Guatemala, who apparently believed that she was engaged in baby stealing. Larsen was taken from the town by the police and held for two weeks in protective custody before being released. The Guatemalan Human Rights Ombudsman concluded that the riot had been encouraged by outside agitators, and several townspeople reportedly said they had been warned about impending violence. On March 29, 1994, June Weinstock, another tourist from the United States, was stoned, stabbed, and beaten to unconsciousness in the town of San Cristobal by a mob of Guatemalans who falsely accused her too of child stealing. Weinstock fled the mob and found refuge in the local courthouse until a group of striking and apparently intoxicated highway workers arrived on the scene and led an assault on the building. In the assault, Weinstock suffered brain damage and has still not recovered all of her faculties. As the situation developed, US embassy, defense attache, and station officers exhorted their Guatemalan counterparts to act quickly to defuse the crisis. Soldiers were dispatched, but because of a series of delays, they arrived too late to help. The Guatemalan mobs in both incidents were responding to a malicious rumor that US citizens stole Guatemalan children in order to sell their body parts for US transplant operations. The rumor had apparently surfaced in Honduras in 1987 and was soon repeated throughout the region, partly through a propaganda campaign directed against the United States by the Soviet Union and its allies, including the Guatemalan insurgents. This rumor received renewed publicity in Guatemala in November 1993 after an irresponsible British and Canadian television broadcast, which was followed by equally inaccurate and unhelpful comments by a Guatemalan official. In an apparently coordinated campaign, graffiti appeared overnight in many parts of Guatemala City denouncing American "gringo baby stealers." Significant intelligence bearing on the Larsen and Weinstock cases (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

On November 3, 1903, when the Colombian legislature failed to ratify a treaty with the U.S. concerning the canal, Panama proclaimed its independence and was immediately recognized by the U.S. On November 18 the United States and Panama signed a treaty giving the U.S. the right to dig the canal and the perpetual right to occupy and control a strip of land on either side. In return the U.S. paid Panama $10 million and agreed to pay $250,000 each year. The United States also guaranteed Panama's independence and was given the right to intervene in case of military disorder in the country. Nationalist political factions resented the last-named provision, which became an issue in Panamanian politics. In 1904 a constituent assembly drafted the first Panamanian constitution. It provided for a democratically elected government with a president, two vice presidents, a supreme court, and a unicameral legislature. Manuel Amador Guerrero, a nationalist leader and physician, was elected the first president of the republic. During construction of the Panama Canal from 1907 to 1914 and for years afterward, American troops repeatedly intervened to maintain peace in the country. The exigencies of World War I, which Panama entered on the Allied side in April 1917, intensified U.S. intervention. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

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On a cool evening of December 1, 1990, several soldiers from the nearby garrison were in town drinking and becoming out of control. After harassing some local women, some villagers threw stones at them. The soldiers pulled their weapons and fired, killing one. The townspeople, outraged, gathered in the town square, ringing the church bells to assemble the town. They marched, thousands strong, in the early morning hours, to the garrison, to demand an end to harassment by soldiers stationed there. When they arrived at the gates of the garrison - men, women, and children, they were met with gunfire, and 11 were killed and 40 injured. (1) | guatemala/otr04/hmnrts_mu.htm |

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Once again, financial backing for the project is coming mainly from European and East Asian firms. But this time, the riptides of global trade have eroded the Monroe Doctrine, which claimed Latin America as the United States' "backyard." Latin America countries are increasingly looking east and west for trade and investment. The Nicaraguan plan may reap advantages from the geopolitical and economic competition between the People's Republic of China and Taiwan, which has invested heavily in Central America. Chinese and Hong Kong port, construction and shipping firms have joined the dry canal consortium, which could offer China an economic counterweight in the region. (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

One Hundred Years of Anthropology in Costa Rica (1) | costarica/art02/gold_mu.htm |

One lot on the Caribbean sea with a 240 sqm. building. (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

One of the advantages of the web is that travelers can assist each other with finding critical information, regardless of where they live. Where to go in Oaxaca? Which Spanish language school to attend? Expert advice is available in a keystroke. There are a number of online bulletin boards where travelers can place queries and answer questions on the web. (1) | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html |

One of the best car rental companies is Toyota Rent A Car, very reasonable rates. Toyota has offices in Tegucigalpa, San Pedro Sula and Roatan. But there are more. We review them and offer tips in our (1) | honduras/tra03/travel_mu.html |

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Only the paintings listed on the pages directly accessible from the Mayan Painting Market link at the left are for sale. The paintings are in galleries listed by artist. All other paintings shown on this website are privately owned. (1) | guatemala/art02/www_artemaya_com_mu.html |

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Our highly qualified teachers use well-tested programs and up-to-date materials. The courses are designed to develop conversational and written skills. Instruction is one-on-one. Students select their schedule and advance at their own pace. Evaluation tests are given upon arrival to determine the student's level of knowledge in Spanish. Then the student is placed in a beginner, intermediate or advanced course. (1) | guatemala/spm03/eco_escuela_mu.html |

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Over 200,000 people were killed and "disappeared" by Guatemalan state security forces during its 36-year long war against the civilian population. The U.S. government has funded, trained, and covered up for Guatemalan human rights abusers since it orchestrated the 1954 overthrow of a democratically-elected government. Now, the truth must be told. The Guatemalan Truth Commission has recently begun its work to document and clarify this tragic period in the country's history. However, the Commission has less than a year left to complete its report and has made an urgent request to the U.S. government to declassify and release the mountain of information that it collected through its long collaboration with the architects of Guatemala's dirty war. President Clinton can order the declassification of these vital documents with a stroke of his pen. So far he has refused to release all but a handful of documents. In response to the inaction of the Clinton Administration, Sen. Christopher Dodd (D-CT) and Rep. Tom Lantos (D-CA) introduced the "Human Rights Information Act" in October 1997 that will force the CIA and other intelligence agencies to declassify and make public all relevant documents on human rights in Guatemala. In order for Guatemalans to build a lasting peace with justice they must know the truth about this dark stain on their country's history. We in the U.S. have a moral obligation to make this information public. (1) | guatemala/org07/home_mu.html |

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Panama , which in various aborigen languages means "Wealth and Abundance of Fishes" or "The Land Far Away", is and has always been a vital link among continents, cultures and economies. It is fact the link between the Americas .We hope that by browsing these multimedia intensive and information filled pages you will gain a better understanding of Panama and its people. After these pages were created for your benefit, many other webpages and websites about Panama have been put on-line. Some links have been setup so you can enjoy those as well. However we hope to enjoy your support in this work, we do it because we like it and we would like you to enjoy it as well. If you know something that should be included herein, please let us know about it by clicking at our e-mail address below. (1) | panama/www03/panama_mu.html |

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Panama City is safer than most capital cities, but some parts of it (particularly the district of Chorrillo) should not be strolled around at night. The city of Colon has a major crime problem and shouldn't be strolled around day or night. The area of Darien Province between Yaviza and the Colombian border along the upper Tuira River is unsafe due to the presence of smugglers, bandits and Colombian guerrillas and paramilitary forces. However, the vast majority of Darien National Park is relatively safe, though it's advisable to visit the park with a guide due to the inherent risks of travel in remote jungle with ill-defined trails. (1) | panama/tra02/pan_mu.htm |

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Panama declared itself independent of Spain in 1821 and voluntarily became a part of Colombia. The union was never firm, however, because of the special position of Panama as an interoceanic trade route, and discontent with Colombian rule led to a series of revolts. The most important of these outbreaks was in 1840, when Panama briefly threw off Colombian rule, but in 1842 Colombia reestablished its authority. By a treaty of 1846 the United States gained transportation rights across the Panamanian isthmus in return for its recognition of Colombian sovereignty in Panama. During the 1840s the isthmus was used as a land bridge by Americans migrating to Oregon and California from the east coast of the U.S. In 1848 an American company was granted rights to build a railroad across the isthmus; construction, begun in 1850, was completed in 1855. Panama won from Colombia a large measure of self-rule in 1855, and in 1863 a new Colombian constitution gave each of its provinces, including Panama, virtual independence. In 1866, however, direct control by Colombia was restored; subsequently, numerous unsuccessful revolts against Colombia took place, partly because of repressive and corrupt rule by Colombian officials and partly because many Panamanians were dissatisfied with the progress of negotiations for digging a canal across the isthmus. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

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Panama has a number of domestic airlines and a good domestic flight network. There's an inexpensive bus system servicing all accessible parts of the country. The country's train service, which really only amounted to a line between Panama City and Colon, was destroyed in the 1989 invasion and is in the process of being rebuilt. Boats are the principal mode of transport in several parts of Panama, particularly between the San Blas and Bocas del Toro archipelagos. Kuna Indian merchant vessels carry cargo and passengers along the San Blas coast, between Colon and Puerto Obaldia. Cars can be rented in Panama City and David. (1) | panama/tra02/pan_mu.htm |

Panama has a tropical climate with average annual temperatures ranging from 23 deg. to 27 deg. C (73 deg. to 81 deg F) in coastal areas. In the interior, at the higher altitudes, the average temperature is 19 deg. C (66 deg. F). The rainy season extends from April to December. On the Caribbean coast the average annual rainfall is about 2970 mm (about 117 in); on the Pacific side it is about 1650 mm (about 65 in). (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

Panama has about 9720 km (about 6040 mi) of roads, including a section of the Pan-American Highway. The country also is served by about 450 km (about 280 mi) of railroad. The main railway line crosses the isthmus and connects Cristobal to Panama. The Panama Canal links the Caribbean to the Pacific coast, and the country's main ports are Balboa, Cristobal, Bocas del Toro, Almirante, and Puerto Armuelles. The Panamanian merchant fleet is one of the largest in the world, although many of the ships registered here are foreign owned and maintain foreign crews. An international airport is located near Panama. Panama's eight daily newspapers in the late 1980s were Critica, La Estrella de Panama, El Extra, El Matutino, Medivdia, La Prensa, La Republica, and El Siglo. The combined circulation of these dailies exceeded 150,000. The country had about 240,000 telephones, 900,000 radios, and 476,000 television receivers. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

Panama has been slow to develop its natural resources, which are primarily agricultural. Neither the rich forests nor mineral deposits of manganese, copper, iron, and asbestos have been extensively exploited. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

Panama has flights to all Central American countries, and both North and South America; Miami is the principal hub for flights to Panama. Copa is the national airline. There's a $US20 departure tax on international flights. There are three land border crossings between Panama and Costa Rica; Paso Canoas, on the Interamerican Highway, is the most popular, followed by Guabito-Sixaola near the Caribbean coast. There are buses to the border which connect with local services on the Costa Rican side. Despite the huge amount of shipping passing through the Panama Canal, it's hard to catch a ride on a boat. The two-week hike through the jungle that comprises the Darien Gap - the roadless terrain between Yaviza and the Colombian border - is an unwise endeavour (see the (1) | panama/tra02/pan_mu.htm |

Panama is divided into nine provinces—Bocas del Toro, Chiriqui, Cocle, Colon, Darien, Herrera, Los Santos, Panama, and Veraguas—and one special territory, Comarca de San Blas. The capital, Panama (population, 1990 census, 578,461), is the principal commercial and transportation center; San Miguelito (242,529) is a suburb of the capital. Other important cities are Colon (140,732), the northern terminus of the Panama Canal, and David (102,517), a farming center near the Costa Rican border. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

Panama is governed under a constitution adopted in 1972 and substantially revised in 1983. The head of state of Panama is a president, who is elected, along with two vice presidents, by direct popular vote. The president is assisted by a cabinet. During the 1980s the Panamanian Defense Force played a major role in the government, and the commander in chief had the dominant voice in executive decisions. Panama's unicameral legislature is made up of the Legislative Assembly, which consists of 67 members directly elected to five-year terms. In 28 of the 40 constituencies, the winning party takes the seat; in the remaining 12 constituencies, 39 seats are chosen on the basis of proportional representation. The highest tribunal in Panama is the supreme court of justice, composed of nine judges appointed to 10-year terms. The country's judicial system also includes high courts, circuit courts, and municipal courts. The nine provinces of Panama are divided into a total of 65 municipal districts and 505 subdistricts; each province is administered by a governor who is appointed by the country's president. The mayors and councillors of each district are elected for 4-year terms. From 1969 to 1978 political parties were not allowed to function in Panama. An opposition coalition including the Christian Democratic party won elections of May 1989, but the results were annulled. With the restoration of democratic government in 1990, the Christian Democrats became the leading political group. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

Panama is traversed lengthwise by two mountain systems. The loftier Serrania de Tabasara crosses into Panama from the west. The range averages 1525 m (5000 ft) in elevation, with its tallest peak, Baru, an extinct volcano, reaching 3475 m (11,401 ft). The Cordillera de San Blas and the Sierra del Darien, which form the lower range, average about 915 m (about 3000 ft) and are almost entirely situated within the country. The mountain ranges enclose fertile, well-drained valleys and plains. The region between the two mountain systems consists of hills, ranging from about 90 to 460 m (about 300 to 1500 ft) in height, and valleys. It is thickly matted with forest and tangled undergrowth and is studded with ridges, crests, and occasional plains and high plateaus. The two mountain ranges are watersheds within which rise some 325 rivers and streams emptying into the Pacific and 150 descending to the Caribbean. The largest and most important river, the Tuira, flows into the Golfo de San Miguel on the Pacific coast. Another large river, the Chagres, rises in central Panama and is dammed at Gatun into an artificial lake that forms an important section of the Panama Canal. Both of the Panamanian coasts are indented by lagoons, bays, and gulfs. The Gulf of Panama lies on the Pacific side and contains the Archipielago de las Perlas (Pearl Islands), consisting of more than 100 islands of varying size with a total area of some 1165 sq km (some 450 sq mi). (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

Panama offers some of the finest snorkelling, birding and deep-sea fishing in the world, so it's hard to figure out why travellers tend to steer clear of this country or just whizz through on their way to or from South America. It may have something to do with the fact that Panama is known internationally chiefly for its canal, the 1989 US invasion and the name it donated to a style of headgear, but this does no justice to the reality of a proud prosperous nation which honours its seven Indian tribes and its rich Spanish legacy, and which embraces visitors so enthusiastically that it's difficult to leave without feeling that you're in on a secret that the rest of the travelling world will one day uncover. (1) | panama/tra02/pan_mu.htm |

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Panama's arts reflect its ethnic mix. Indian tribes, West Indian groups, mestizos, Chinese, Middle Eastern, Swiss, Yugoslav and North American immigrants have all offer contributed ingredients to the cultural stew. Traditional arts include woodcarving, weaving, ceramics and mask-making. Spanish is the official language, though US influence and the international nature of the canal zone reinforce the use of English as a second language. West Indian immigrants also speak Caribbean-accented English. Indian tribes have retained their own languages. Panama is predominantly Roman Catholic, but there are sizable Muslim and Protestant minorities and small numbers of Hindus and Jews. (1) | panama/tra02/pan_mu.htm |

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Peter Tiscione, an American citizen, was an archaeologist conducting field research on Mayan pottery in Guatemala in August 1992. On the morning of August 22, Tiscione contacted the embassy duty officer and told her that he feared being detained by the authorities when he tried to leave Guatemala the next day as planned. He also said that he had run out of his anti-depressant medication and was suffering "withdrawal and cosmic doubts." Tiscione had also reportedly tried to visit the US embassy. When the duty officer talked to him later in the afternoon, after receiving a call from Mrs. Tiscione in the United States, Peter Tiscione stated that he had suffered a reaction but was feeling better and declined the duty officer's offer to help him get more medication. When Tiscione spoke to his wife in the evening, however, he again expressed concern for his safety. After he failed to answer his wife's phone call later that night, Mrs. Tiscione asked the night clerk to check his room, at which time the clerk found Tiscione's fully clothed body in his bathtub with machete wounds to the neck. The Guatemalan police ruled the death a suicide. The only door to Tiscione's room had been chained closed from the inside; the two closed windows were too small for anyone to enter; there was no sign of a struggle; the only finger prints on the machete were Tiscione's; and a receipt for the machete's purchase was found among Tiscione's possessions. A US Department of Justice official and a consultant who had previously been Costa Rica's chief medical examiner reviewed the Guatemalan police investigation and agreed that the death appeared to be a suicide. Significant intelligence bearing on the Tiscione case (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

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Peter Wolfe was a US citizen and Peace Corps volunteer who was shot to death near his home in Guatemala City early in the morning of October 28, 1984. A witness later identified Boris Rene Acosta Diaz as the killer. Acosta was arrested, initially confessed that he had committed the murder as part of a robbery, and then claimed on national television that he had killed Wolfe in self-defense. In his televised confession, Acosta also implicated Julio Cesar Gramajo Castillo. By the time of the trial, however, Acosta had recanted, both he and Gramajo had produced alibis, and the principal witness had disappeared--all of which led the judge to release both suspects. The Peace Corps office in Guatemala received an anonymous letter and an anonymous visitor in the year after the murder, both claiming that the military had intimidated witnesses to the killing. The office also learned that Gramajo was related to two Guatemalan Supreme Court magistrates and was apparently also a distant relative of Colonel Hector Gramajo, who later became the Minister of Defense. Additionally, Acosta was reported by one anonymous source to be the godson of the chief of D-2. After strong intervention by the US embassy, a new arrest order was issued for both suspects, but neither man was ever re-apprehended. According to a Guatemalan death notice, Acosta died in a motorcycle accident on April 5, 1987. Significant intelligence bearing on the Wolfe case (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

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Policy objectives US policy objectives in Guatemala from l984 to the present--the period we reviewed--included supporting the transition to and strengthening of civilian democratic government, furthering human rights and the rule of law, supporting economic growth, combating illegal narcotics trafficking, combating the communist insurgency, and advancing the current peace process between the government and the guerrillas. Intelligence activities US intelligence officials in Guatemala as well as in Washington endeavored to support all of these policy objectives. For the CIA, the principal means to accomplish this consisted of working closely with Guatemala's security and intelligence services and developing human sources of intelligence--known as assets. These assets provided intelligence that assisted officials at the embassy and in Washington in achieving US policy objectives. The CIA station's liaison relationships with the security services also benefited US interests by engendering cooperation in such areas as countering attempts to overthrow Guatemala's constitutional government, providing protection to US citizens at risk in Guatemala and reversing a dramatic early 1990's increase in narcotics transshipment through Guatemala. Although the CIA's goals in Guatemala were legitimate, achieving them and maintaining influence in Guatemala required that the CIA deal with some unsavory groups and individuals. The human rights records of the Guatemalan security services were widely known to be reprehensible, and although the CIA made efforts to improve the conduct of the services, probably with some limited success, egregious human rights abuses did not stop. Our clandestine intelligence capability will clearly remain essential to our national security. However, although the conduct of clandestine intelligence collection at times requires dealing with unsavory individuals and organizations, the value of what we hope to gain in terms of our national interests must outweigh the costs of such unseemly relationships and be worth the risks always inherent in clandestine activity. The CIA's successes in Guatemala in conjunction with other US agencies, particularly in uncovering and working to counter coups and in reducing the narcotics flow, were at times dramatic and very much in the national interests of both the United States and Guatemala. We found, however, two areas in which the CIA's performance was unacceptable. First, until late 1994, insufficient attention was given to allegations of serious human rights abuse made against several station assets or liaison contacts. Second, the CIA failed to provide enough information on this subject to policy-makers and the Congress to permit proper policy and Congressional oversight. Other US intelligence agencies also made valuable contributions to US interests and policy in Guatemala, but fell short in some areas as noted in our report; we did not find, however, that the impact of their deficiencies was of the same magnitude as that of the CIA. Human rights abuses by assets or liaison contacts In the course of our review, we found that several CIA assets were credibly alleged to have ordered, planned, or participated in serious human rights violations such as assassination, extrajudicial execution, torture, or kidnapping while they were assets--and that the CIA's Directorate of Operations (DO) headquarters was aware at the time of the allegations. A number of assets were alleged--with varying levels of credibility--to have been involved in similar abuses before their CIA asset relationships began; in several other cases, the alleged abuses occurred or came to light only after the CIA was no longer in contact with the assets. A few assets were reportedly present as others engaged in acts of intimidation, and another engaged in such an act before becoming an asset. A further asset was the subject of an unspecific allegation of human rights abuse. Several of the above assets were also involved in covering up human rights abuses, as was an additional asset. In addition, a number of the station's liaison contacts--Guatemalan officials with whom the station worked in an official capacity--were also alleged to have been involved in human rights abuses or in covering them up. In many of the cases noted above, however, we learned of the allegations only by virtue of relationships with other assets or liaison contacts alleged to have engaged in similar abuses. None of the assets alleged to have committed serious human rights abuses now have asset relationships with the CIA. Relationships with all but a few such assets had been terminated prior to September 1994 for a variety of reasons. Only one of the terminations of relationship was principally the result of a human rights allegation. In September 1994, because of a human rights issue unrelated to Guatemala, the DO's Latin America Division conducted a review of its then-current assets throughout Latin America to determine if any may have violated human rights. As a result of this review, the CIA in early 1995 terminated relationships with the few remaining Guatemalan assets alleged to have been involved in serious abuses such as assassination and kidnapping. As noted earlier, the IOB believes that US national interests, with respect to Guatemala and elsewhere, can in some cases justify relationships with assets and institutions with sordid or even criminal backgrounds. We believe that a careful balance must be struck on a case-by-case basis between the value and uniqueness of contributions from the relationship, on the one hand, and the seriousness and credibility of the allegations of abuse, on the other. We note that in carrying out law enforcement activities in the United States, the FBI, police, and other authorities regularly weigh such considerations in establishing informant relationships with persons having criminal backgrounds. Among the potential costs to be considered, however, in continuing or establishing such relationships with foreign intelligence assets are (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

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Program Objectives The program offers American students and faculty the opportunity to live and study for approximately five months in a Central American country whose culture is significantly different from their own. The program is designed to enhance the Spanish language training of students, while also providing course work on Costa Rica and Latin America. Academic course work provides American students with both historical and contemporary Costa Rican perspectives. Location Costa Rica, with a population of about three million, is located in Central America just to the north of Panama with which it shares a border of 190 miles. After El Salvador, it is geographically the smallest country of Central America. Named the "rich coast" by early Spanish explorers, the country in fact was at the time not very rich in either population or natural resources, and consequently not heavily settled by native people or the Spanish conquistadors. Costa Rica is unique among Central American countries in its racial composition, and class structure. Today, Costa Rica is one of the richest countries of Latin America as measured by per capita income with one of the highest literacy rates. The program is sited at the University of Costa Rica in the capital of Costa Rica, San Jose. Founded in 1737, the city has about 500,000 inhabitants and is located about mid-way between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans at an altitude of about 3800 feet. The climate is very mild with an average high temperature of 75i F and an average low of about 60i F. Light and informal clothing is appropriate during the day while sweaters or jackets are needed in the evening. Academic Programs The academic program in Costa Rica consists of eight courses, two in Spanish and six in other fields. All courses carry SCSU credit. The non-language courses, taught in English, usually are offered in the social sciences and humanities, and deal in part with Costa Rica and/or Latin America. Science courses may be offered, depending upon staffing. Students must enroll for at least 32 credits of course work over the five-month program. Selection The most important selection criterion is your own desire to engage in and learn about the host culture both inside and outside the classroom. In most cases, you will be the judge of this. You must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.50 at the time of application and you must have completed Spanish 131, 132, and 133, or the equivalent. Costs and Financial Aid Students pay a comprehensive program fee which is set in part according to the cost of living and studying at St. Cloud State University for two quarters. This includes room, board, tuition, round trip transportation, instruction, program administration, and cultural events. Non-resident students are charged the difference between resident and non-resident tuition. This is added to the basic program fee. Personal expenses such as extra travel, books, visa and passport fees are not included. The comprehensive fee is subject to change without notice. All regular grant and financial aid programs available to SCSU students, including work study, are applicable to students enrolled in the Costa Rica program. Students who withdraw from the program after departure will receive no refund of program fees. The program fee is never pro-rated nor any part of it refundable. Living Accommodations Students live with Costa Rican families, where meals are provided. Living with Costa Rican families provides the students with a unique living and learning environment. This opportunity permits students to be totally immersed in the Costa Rican lifestyle and culture, allowing for the sharing of cultural experiences. As the student's stay progresses, ties with family members grow stronger often leading to lifelong friendships. Orientation and Calendar The program begins in early January and runs through May. There is a break period for one week in early March. Orientation meetings for the program are held on the St. Cloud State University campus during the fall quarter preceding the program. There is also an on-site orientation program. Application Procedure and Deadline Date You must fill out the application packet, write a brief typewritten essay about yourself and your purpose in going abroad, and submit both with an application fee by May 1 to the Center for International Studies. (1) | costarica/etp03/costarica_mu.html |

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Puntos de Encuentro nacio a finales de la decada pasada en las mentes de un pequeno grupo de amigas convencidas de la necesidad de incidir en la opinion publica y en la vida politica y social del pais, dando mayor divulgacion a los planteamientos y analisis feministas y a los aportes del movimiento de mujeres. Estos temas no eran prioridad en la agenda politica de los partidos politicos o de las organizaciones gremiales y sociales. Sin embargo, nosotras –convencidas que "lo personal es politico" y que el desarrollo y el cambio social tambien pasan por las actitudes, valores y comportamientos de las personas–, decidimos crear un espacio autonomo y pluralista –sin afiliaciones partidarias, gremiales ni religiosas– donde pudieramos trabajar por nuestras aspiraciones y establecer nuestra propia agenda. Nuestra experiencia en el movimiento de mujeres nos motivo a poner en el centro de nuestra atencion a los y las adolescentes y jovenes de Nicaragua, por ser la mayoria de la poblacion, por compartir con las mujeres mismas situaciones de subordinacion, discriminacion y violencia patriarcales en la familia y en la sociedad en general, y tambien por tener, al igual que el movimiento de mujeres, un enorme dinamismo y potencial organizativo. Asi es como, con el apoyo de algunos organismos de cooperacion internacional, logramos, en enero de 1991, abrir las puertas de lo que hoy somos (1) | nicaragua/www02/~puntos_mu.html |

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Registration -- $40US payable to U.S. office (non-refundable and not applicable toward tuition), $135US per week school tuition payable upon arrival in Guatemala per week), $65US per week family stay, payable in Guatemala, with private room and all meals except on Sunday, $30US one-way airport pickup at Guatemala City airport to Antigua, payable directly to driver. The currency in Guatemala is called the quetzal. If you plan to arrive on the weekend before you begin your classes, you may wish to exchange money at the Guatemala City airport currency exchange. They give a very fair exchange rate. U.S. dollars are the only accepted foreign currency here, and we suggest that you bring travelers checks, or your personal check if you have an account in a U.S. bank, or dollars in cash. The $40 registration fee must be received to confirm your registration. The payment for tuition and homestay for the full period is due on the Monday morning you begin classes, and can be paid with cash, money order, personal check (U.S. banks only) or travelersa checks. Credit cards are not accepted for payment. Lending Deposit. There is a lending deposit of U.S. $20 for the grammar workbooks used during the program. The deposit is returned to you in full upon return of our materials. (1) | guatemala/spm07/proyecto_ling_mu.html |

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Revised Jurassic and Early Cretaceous (pre-Yojoa Group) stratigraphy of the Chortis block (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

Revista (3) | crwww/edu05/www_incae_ac_cr_mu.html | crwww/edu05/www_incae_ac_cr_mu.html | panama/nan03/prensa_mu.html |

Revista Construccion (1) | costarica/gen02/www_tuanis_com_mu.html |

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Revista ECA 570 Marzo-Abril 1996 (1) | salvador/aca03/ecaind_mu.html |

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Right about now, bottom line is that all those bourgeois black intellectuals who have spent a lot of their adult lives gossiping and criticizing me, should look in the mirror, examine their consciences, and start assigning some blame to themselves for the destruction of an industry where the workers were 100 percent black - semi-pro basketball. The ruling politicians and the intellectuals who feed around them decided they had to ruin semi-pro basketball because the industry had been created and initiated by Evan X Hyde. When a team owned by one of their standard bearers was unable to beat the Kremandala Raiders on the court in 1993 and 1994, the UDP black leaders were advised that they should bring in foreign players to stop the Raiders. So the Raiders ended up having to beat a team in the 1995 finals which featured half their players from California. The Raiders welcomed the foreign players, because they raised the quality of basketball to the highest level it had ever been in Belize. But 1995 was also the year when the UDP black leaders, those who sell passports and permanent residencies, reached a point of total frustration and, incredibly, began to attack the Raiders and semi-pro basketball in their official newspaper - PULSE. You can go to the library and ask for copies of PULSE for 1995 - the evidence is there week after week in VOICES IN THE CROWD. The Raiders folded under the political pressure, or rather, their owner did. It was like when you are sinking in a boat at sea. You have to sacrifice some of your luggage. I had to sacrifice the team to save the radio and the newspaper. (If needs be, I will now sacrifice the radio to save the newspaper.) When the Raiders folded, it created opportunity for John Saldivar, UDP standard bearer for Cayo South, to come in from Belmopan and take over semi-pro basketball, for his own political purposes. This was Cabinet supported. Saldivar was already in charge of all basketball associations nationwide in Belize. But Saldivar didn't know jack about the nuts and bolts of semi-pro in the City. All he had was this big power behind him from Cabinet. The Raiders had to come out of retirement to save the 1996 season, which featured a Belmopan team owned by Saldivar. The Belmopan team won a lot of popularity for Saldivar in his constituency. But the Raiders won for the fourth consecutive year, blowing out their opponents in the finals. With the Raiders still prepared to participate, in 1997, to help save the industry, Saldivar and his UDP lawyers drafted a share structure for the 1997 league which constituted open insult to the Raiders and myself. I mean, the thing was cold - total disrespect. Saldivar, in effect, drove us out of semi-pro basketball. Now things look black for a 1998 semi-pro season. Who suffers the most if there's no season? Black youth in the City, where unemployment is at an all time high. How could this happen under a government which features faces that look black? Right about now, bottom line is that all those bourgeois black intellectuals who have spent a lot of their adult lives gossiping and criticizing me, should look in their mirror, examine their consciences, and start assigning some blame to themselves for the destruction of an industry where the workers were 100 percent black - semi-pro basketball. ***P.S. There will be no AMANDALA next week. I can't afford it, but I gotta get a few days rest. Right now I feel like Columbus the last few days before he sighted land - just staggering along. For you, our faithful readers, advertizers, and vendors, I wish a happy holiday season. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. I'm glad to have served you in 1997. Draw di cork. (1) | belize/nan01/amandala_mu.html |

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Rio Tehre. San Isidro. COSTA RICA. Rio General. Rio Grande de Terraba. Uatsi. Elena. Caribbean Sea. Bocas del Toro. Almirante. BOCAS DEL TORO. Golfo de los Mosquitos. Portobelo. Colon. Panama Canal. Madden Lake. Salud. Gatun Lake. Chepo. COLON. PANAMA. El Porvenir. Canita. SAN BLAS. Rio Chepo. Lago Bayano. Palmar Sur. Rio Coto Brus. Golfito. Corredor. Cerro Punta. Bajo Boquete. San Andres. Laa Concepcion. Soloy. Santa Fe. VERAGUAS. David. Pedregal. Puerto Armuelles. Tole. Rio San Pedro. Santiago. Golfo de Chiriqui. El Tigre. Isla de Coiba. La Chorrera. Panama. Balboa. El Cope. El Valle. Bay of Panama. COCLE. Penonome. Rio Santa Maria. Aguadulce. ARCHIPIELAGO DE LAS PERLAS. Chitre Gulf of Panama. HERRERA. Las Tablas. LOS SANTOS. Los Asientos. Rio Chucunaque. La Palma. Rio Tuira. Yaviza. Darien. Rio Balsas. Rio Atrato. COLOMBIA. Turbo. NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN. (2) | panama/gen02/Panama_mu.jpg | panama/gen03/Panama_relief_mu.jpg |

Rivas. Lago de Nicaragua. San Juan del Sur. La Cruz. Colon. Inter American Highway. Nueva Guinea. Rio Punta Gorda. NICARAGUA. San Carlos. Rio Indio. Caribbean Sea. Hacienda Murcielago. Golfo de Papagayo. Liberia. Coco. Guardia. GUANACASTE. Rio Tempisque. Canas. Tamarindo. Santa Cruz. Nicoya. Puerto Jesus. Los Chiles. Rio Frio. ALAJUELA. Rio San Carlos. Rio San Juan. Arenal. Pital. HEREDIA. Puerto Viejo. Quesada. Barranca. Grecia. Alajuela. Heredia. San Juan del Norte. Rio Chirripo. Guacimo. Rio Reventazon. Matina. Siquirres. Main. Puerto Limon. Puntarenas. Jabilla. Naranjo. PUNTARENAS. Santiago. San Jose. Golfo de Nicoya. San Ignacio. Rio Pirris. San Marcos. Puerto Quepos. Turrialba. Liverpool. Cartago. LIMON. CARTAGO. Atalanta. SAN JOSE. Rio Sixaola. San Isidro. Dominical. Rio General. Palmar Sur. Puerto Viejo. Uatsi. Katsi. Elena. Almirante. PANAMA. NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN. Inter American Highway. PUNTARENAS. San Vito. Drake. Rincon. Golfito. Corredor. Golfo Dulce. Puerto Jimenez. Bajo Boquete. La Concepcion. Puerto Armuelles. Bahia de Charco Azul. (1) | costarica/gen01/Costa_Rica_mu.GIF |

Roatan - Paradise Lost or, How to Destroy an Island - Lorenzo Dee Belveal (1) | honduras/otr03/honparks_mu.html |

Rodriguez defiende credito (1) | costarica/pol01/home_elecciones_mu.html |

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Roundtrip Airport Transfers, Half Day Guatemala City Morning Tour, Full Day Guatemala City Tour, Half Day Antigua Afternoon Tour, Full Day Antigua Tour, Chichicastenango/Lake Atitlan Full day Tour, Solola Market Full Day Tour, Baul/Democracia Full Day Tour, Tikal One Day Tour, Copan One Day Tour, Quirigua One Day Tour. (1) | guatemala/tra02/www_clarktours_com_mu.html |

S egun el Acuerdo de San Jose, Costa Rica, de junio de 1979, la FLACSO tiene entre sus funciones principales "asegurar la formacion de especialistas en Ciencias Sociales en America Latina a traves de los cursos de postgrado y especializacion" (Art. II, 1.a). Con ese proposito, en la actualidad la FLACSO ofrece un conjunto de programas de doctorado, maestrias y diplomados, localizados en sus diferentes unidades, como el Diplomado Superior en Estudios Urbanos que se ofrece en el Programa FLACSO-Costa Rica , en coordinacion con el apoyo del Grupo Interuniversitario de Montreal "Ciudades y Desarrollo," que agrupa a especialistas e institutos universitarios en estudios urbanos. Tambien se ha recibido el apoyo de la Municipalidad de la Ciudad de Rotterdam y del grupo europeo "Interciudades". Con este Diplomado, FLACSO-Costa Rica se ha planteado, dentro de los procesos de reestructuracion de la sociedad y el Estado que se desarrollan actualmente en Centroamerica, colaborar en el fortalecimiento de los gobiernos locales, en aspectos relativos a (1) | costarica/aca02/flacsocr_mu.html |

S.A.B. Language Center - Quetzaltenango, Guatemala (2) | guatemala/spm05/fguatemala_mu.html | guatemala/spm05/fguatemala_mu.html |

S.O.S.!! (1) | panama/www03/panama_mu.html |

SAB Spanish School (SAB) in Quetzaltenango offers a high quality language program, and is staffed by experienced native speaking instructors, all dedicated professionals. The aim of SAB's Spanish program is to develop conversational skills by encouraging the student to speak Spanish from the first minute of class. Spanish is the only language used in the classroom and the faculty creates situations in which the student's life revolves around the speaking of Spanish. The School is located approximately ten blocks from Quetzaltenango's Main Square. It's housed in a Spanish colonial building, and the classrooms are located off the interior patio. A small library resource center is available to students. Adjacent to the School is a travel agency which can make arrangements for those students wishing to take weekend excursions and fieldtrips. (1) | guatemala/spm08/3619index_mu.html |

SAB Spanish School is located approximately ten blocks from Quetzaltenango's main square. It's housed in a lovely Spanish colonial building, and the classrooms are located off the interior patio. A small library and resource center is available to students. Adjacent to the school is a travel agency which can make arrangements for students wishing to take weekend excursions and field trips. (1) | guatemala/spm09/guatemala_mu.html |

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SV (1) | salvador/res04/svnet_mu.html |

SV es el codigo de pais asignado internacionalmente a El Salvador para su conexion a Internet, de acuerdo a los estandares internacionales de la ISO (International Standards Organization). (1) | salvador/res04/svnet_mu.html |

SVNET (2) | salvador/res04/svnet_mu.html | salvador/res06/www_uca_edu_sv_mu.html |

SVNet (2) | salvador/res02/www_sv_mu.html | salvador/res04/svnet_mu.html |

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SVNet. Red Salvadorena de Internet. Diseno (1) | salvador/res04/svnet_mu.html |

Sabado 3 de Enero de 1998 (1) | nicaragua/nan04/www_laprensa_com_ni_mu.html |

Sabado 3 de Enero de 1998 (1) | nicaragua/nan06/www_latribuna_com_ni_mu.html |

Sabado 3 de enero, 1998. (1) | costarica/nan01/www_nacion_co_cr_mu.html |

Sabados de La Tribuna Poemas de Marta Leonor Gonzalez (1) | nicaragua/nan06/www_latribuna_com_ni_mu.html |

Sabe usted como funciona el Canal de Panama?"; (1) | panama/gen04/castellano_mu.html |

Saltar Anterior (3) | guatemala/art03/lit_mu.html | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm | guatemala/www09/~chochi_mu.html |

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Salvadorean businesses on-line (1) | salvador/www01/index_mu.html |

Sample Itinerary (1) | costarica/tra08/crrobs_mu.html |

Sample tours include (2) | guatemala/tra02/www_clarktours_com_mu.html | guatemala/tra02/www_clarktours_com_mu.html |

San Ignacio (La Tembladera) Geothermal Site, Departamento de Francisco Morazan, Honduras, Central America Area geotermica de San Ignacio (La Tembladera), Departamento de Francisco Morazan, Honduras, America Central (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

San Jose (1) | crwww/bus04/www_racsa_co_cr_mu.html |

San Jose (1) | costarica/tra02/costa_mu.htm |

San Jose, Costa Rica (1) | costarica/nan04/www_ticotimes_co_cr_mu.html |

San Jose. Heredia. Cartago. Puntarenas. Alajuela. Guanacaste Limon. (1) | crwww/edu08/www_ucr_ac_cr_mu.html |

San Lorenzo. Santa Rita El Llano. HONDURAS. Siguatepeque. Juticalpa. Rio Guayape. Rio Choluteca. Tegucigalpa. Danli. Dulce Nombre de Culmi. Rio Patuca. Puerto Lempira. Auasbila. Rio Coco. Leimus. Waspam. Rio Coco. Bocay. Bonanza. Rio Wawa. Puerto Cabezas. EL SALVADOR. San Miguel La Union. Yuscaran. Teotecacinte. Nacaome. Ocotal. NUEVA SEGOVIA. Somoto. MADRIZ. Quilali. Choluteca. Condega. San Sebastian de Yali. Golfo de Fonseca. Potosi. Somtillo. Esteli. Jinotega. Rio Grande. El Sauce. Sebaco. Chinandega. Corinto. Leon. Lago de Managua. San Benito. Puerto Sandino. Managua. Tipitapa. NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN. Masaya. Rio Bandana. La Rosita. Wiwili. Siuna. Rio Prinzapolka. Rio Tuma. ZELAYA. La Cruz de Rio Grande. Matagalpa. Rio Blanco. Rio Grande de Matagalpa. Muy Muy. Nuevo Amanecer. Boaco. Rio Siquia. CHONTALES. Juigalpa. Rio Mico. Rama. Kukalaya. Prinzapolka. Caribbean Sea. Bluefields. Diramba. Jipotepe. Masachapa. CARAZO. San Juan del Sur. Granada. Lovago. Nueva Guinea. Rivas. Lago de Nicaragua. RIO SAN JUAN. San Carlos. Rio San Juan. Rio Indio. Inter American Highway. COSTA RICA. Coco. Las Canas. Puerto Viejo. El Bluff. San Juan del Norte. Rio Chiripo. (1) | nicaragua/gen01/Nicaragua_mu.GIF |

San Miguel (1) | salvador/res02/www_sv_mu.html |

San Pedro Foundation's Annual Scholarship Barbecue January 19th (1) | belize/nan04/sanpedrosun_mu.html |

San Salvador (1) | salvador/res02/www_sv_mu.html |

San Salvador (Ilopango Airport) (1) | salvador/www01/index_mu.html |

San Vicente (1) | salvador/res02/www_sv_mu.html |

Sandinista Guerrilla Movement, 1961-79 (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

Sandinista National Liberation Front (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

Sandinista People's Army 1979-90 (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

Sandinista People's Militia (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

Sandinistas podrian ser demandados (1) | nicaragua/nan06/www_latribuna_com_ni_mu.html |

Sandy Wiseman takes you through the Rainforest (1) | costarica/tra04/cr_mu.html |

Santa Ana (1) | salvador/res02/www_sv_mu.html |

Santa Barbara - 6 miles southeast of Santa Barbara Cusuco NGO Contact (1) | honduras/otr03/honparks_mu.html |

Santa Rosa y Guanacaste (1) | crwww/sus04/parquesnac_mu.html |

Santa and Helpers hand out 1,300 gifts at Ninos Christmas Party (1) | belize/nan04/sanpedrosun_mu.html |

Santiago Atitlan suffered its share of hardship - hundreds killed or disappeared. Estimates range up to about 800, and photos in the town hall attest to at least 300 disappeared. A favorite priest, father Stan Rother, from Oklahoma, was gunned down by soldiers in his study next to the church in 1981. His study remains a shrine to this day. [Note - you may be able to get a copy of The Shepherd Cannot Run - the letters of Stan Rother at your library] (1) | guatemala/otr04/hmnrts_mu.htm |

Satellite Weather (1) | belize/nan04/sanpedrosun_mu.html |

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Saturday January 03, 1998 (1) | nicaragua/www01/www_nicaragua-online_com_mu.html |

Saturday, January 03 (1) | nicaragua/www01/www_nicaragua-online_com_mu.html |

Save The Rainforests... (1) | costarica/tra08/crrobs_mu.html |

Save the Rainforest (1) | costarica/tra08/crrobs_mu.html |

Save time and money! (1) | costarica/tra05/costarica_mu.html |

Saving The Rain Forest (1) | costarica/etp05/page-cr_mu.htm |

Scarlet Macaws convert me to the ecoreligion and we climb into the canopy for the first time. (1) | costarica/tra04/cr_mu.html |

School Costing (2) | guatemala/spm08/3619index_mu.html | guatemala/spm08/3619index_mu.html |

School Information (2) | guatemala/spm08/3619index_mu.html | guatemala/spm08/3619index_mu.html |

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Science (1) | belize/www04/www_belizeweb_com_mu.html |

Scientific a Professional Organizations (1) | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm |

Screampo (1) | honduras/res04/www_intertel_hn_mu.html |

Scuba Diving (1) | costarica/tra09/www_centralamerica_com_mu.html |

Scuba Diving (1) | costarica/tra02/costa_mu.htm |

Se agradece a las siguientes empresas e instituciones por su apoyo financiero, logistico y/o tecnico en este proyecto (1) | nicaragua/pol02/www_cse_gob_ni_mu.html |

Se declara de interes social la proteccion,restauracion, desarrollo y aprovechamiento de los recursos naturales. EsEstado creara los incentivos econaoacut e;micos y proporcionara laasistencia tecnica necesaria para el desarrollo de programasadecuados. La proteccion, conservacion y mejoramiento de los recursosnaturales y del medio seran objeto de leyes especiales. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Se declarara de interes social laconstruccion de viviendas. Es Estado procurara que el mayornumero de familias salvadorenas lleguen a ser propietarias de suvivienda. Fomentara que todo propietario de fincas rusticasproporcione a los trabajadores residentes habitaciaoa cute;n higienica ycomoda, e instalaciones adecuadas a los trabajadores temporales; y alefecto, facilitara al pequeno propietario los mediosnecesarios. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Se establece el Jurado para el juzgamiento de losdelitos comunes que determine la ley. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Se establece la carrera administrativa. La ley regulara el servicio civil y en especial las condiciones deingreso a la administracion; las promociones y a scensos con base enmerito y aptitud; los traslados, suspensiones y cesantias; losdeberes de los servidores publicos y los recursos contra lasresoluciones que los afecten; asimismo garantizara a los empleadospublicos a la estabilidad en el cargo. No estaran comprendidos en la carrera administrativa los funcionarios oempleados que desempenen cargos politicos o de confianza, y, enparticular, lo Ministros y Viceministros de Estado, el Fiscal General de laRepublica, el Procurador General de la Republica, los Secretariosde la Presidencia de la Republica, los Embajadores, los DirectoresGenerales, lo Gobernadores Departamentales y los Secretarios Particulares dedichos funcionarios. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Se establece la carrera judicial. Los Magi strados de la Corte Suprema de Justicia seran elegidos por laAsamblea Legislativa para un periodo de cinco anos, y porministerio de ley continuaran por periodos iguales, salvo que alfinalizar cada uno de los perio dos, la Asamblea Legislativa acordare loscontrario, o fueren destituidos por causas legales. Los Magistrados de las Camaras de Segunda Instancia y los Jueces dePrimera Instancia gozaran de estabilidad en sus cargos. la ley regulara aacute; los requisitos y la forma de ingreso a la carrerajudicial, las promociones, ascensos, traslados y sanciones disciplinarias a losfuncionarios incluidos en ella. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Se establece la jurisdiccion especial de trabajo.Los procedimientos en materia laboral seran regulados de tal forma quepermitan la rapida solucion de los conflictos. El Estado tiene la obligacion de promover la conciliacion y elarbitraje, de manera que constituyan medios efectivos para la solucionpacifica de los conflictos de trabajo. Podran establecerse juntasa dministrativas especiales de conciliacion y arbitraje, para lasolucion de conflictos colectivos de caracter economico ode intereses. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Se establece la jurisdiccion militar. Pa ra eljuzgamiento de los delitos y faltas puramente militares habraprocedimientos y tribunales especiales. De las resoluciones de las Cortes Marciales se admitiran recursos enultima instancia, ante el Comandante General de la Fuer za Armada, o anteel respectivo Jefe de Operaciones en campana. Gozan del fuero militar los miembros de la Fuerza Armada en servicio activo pordelitos y faltas puramente militares. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Se establece un sistema de formacion profesionalpara la capacitacion y calificacion de los recursos humanos. La ley regula ra los alcances, extension y forma en que el sistemadebe ser puesto en vigor. El contrato de aprendizaje sera regulado por la ley, con el objeto deasegurar al aprendiz ensenanza de un oficio, tratamiento digno,retribuciaoa cute;n equitativa y beneficios de prevision y seguridadsocial. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Se garantiza el libre ejercicio de todas las religiones,sin mas limite que el trazado por la moral y el ordenpublico. Ningun acto religioso servira para establecer elestado civil de las personas. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Se garantiza la libertad de contratar conforme a lasleyes. Ninguna persona que tenga la libre administracion de sus bienespuede ser privada del derecho de terminar sus asuntos civiles o comerciales portransaccio n o arbitramento. En cuanto a las que no tengan esa libreadministracion, la ley determinara los casos en que puedanhacerlo y los requisistos exigibles. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Se garantiza la libertad economica, en lo que nose oponga al interes social. EL Estado fomentara y protegera la iniciativa privada dentro delas condiciones necesarias para acrecentar la riqueza nacional y para asegurarlos beneficios de esta al mayor numero de habitantes delpais. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Se han logrado cambios significativos en la historia de El Salvador, como las Elecciones Generales de 1994, ano en que se realizaron Elecciones Presidenciales, Asamblea Legislativa y Consejos Municipales asi como los miembros del Parlamento Centroamericano (PARLACEN) en la cual se logro una amplia y mayor participacion de partidos politicos por primera vez . En 1997 seran las elecciones de Diputados de la Asamblea y Consejos Municipales, en 1999 las Elecciones Presidenciales y PARLACEN, en el 2000, se celebraran de nuevo Elecciones en la Asamblea Legislativa y Consejos Municipales. (1) | salvador/pol02/tse_mu.html |

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Se prohibe al Presidente de la Republicasalir del territorio nacional sin licencia de la Asamblea Legislativa. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

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Se prohibe la huelga de los trabajadorespublicos o municipales, lo mismo que el abandono colectivo de suscargos. La militarizacion de los servicios publicos civilesprocedera unicamente en casos de emergencia nacional. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

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Se reconoce el derecho del pueblo a lainsurreccion, para el solo objeto de restablecer el orden constitucionalalterado por la transgre sion de las normas relativas a la forma degobierno o al sistema politico establecidos, o por graves violaciones alos derechos consagrados en esta Constitucion. El ejercicio de este derecho no producira la abrogacio n ni lareforma de esta Constitucion, y se limitara a separar en cuantosea necesario a los funcionarios transgresores, reemplazandolos demanera transitoria hasta que sean sustituidos en la forma establecida por estaconstitucion. Las atribuciones y competencias que corresponden a los organosfundamentales establecidos por esta Constitucion, no podran serejercidos en ningun caso por una misma persona o por una solainstitucion. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

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Segun el Articulo 55 del Capitulo I del Titulo V del Codigo Electoral aprobado en 1993, el Tribunal Supremo Electoral es la autoridad maxima en materia electoral, sin perjuicio de los recursos establecidos en la Constitucion por violacion de la misma. Tendra su sede en la Capital de la Republica con jurisdiccion en todo el territorio nacional. Para una mas amplia aclaracion citese el Art. 208 de la Constitucion de la Rep. de El Salvador. (1) | salvador/pol02/tse_mu.html |

Segun los Acuerdos de Paz, las dos Partes (FMLN y Gobierno) reafirman su compromiso, contenido en los mismos de promover un proyecto general de reformas al sistema electoral. Asi COPAZ (Comision para la Consolidacion de la Paz disuelta en 1995 ) designa la Comision Especial concebida para tal fin en los acuerdos de Mexico. Dicha Comision elaborara; el anteproyecto de reformas al Codigo Electoral presentado a la Asamblea Legislativa por el Consejo Central de Elecciones, asi como los aportes que puedan presentar sus miembros o los expertos independientes que sean invitados para ese fin. La Comision Especial organizara sus trabajos de modo que puedan ser aprovechados dentro de los tiempos previstos para la reforma del sistema electoral. Despues de ocho anos de vigencia de la Constitucion de la Republica, aprobada el 15 de diciembre de 1983, el pueblo por medio de sus representantes en la Asamblea Legislativa que finalizo su periodo en el mes de abril de 1991, acordo introducirle reformas que permitieran el establecimiento de la paz y la armonia social, la libertad y el respeto de los derechos fundamentales de la persona.Tales reformas han significado el fortalecimiento de las instituciones democraticas, especialmente en materias de derechos humanos, regimen electoral, sistema de administracion de justicia y Fuerza Armada. Las reformas fueron ratificadas en las tres primeras materias por una nueva Asamblea Legislativa el dia 30 de octubre de 1991, encontrandose pendientes de ratificacion las que se refieren a la Fuerza Armada. (1) | salvador/pol02/tse_mu.html |

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Semana Santa (Holy Week - the week before Easter) is Guatemala's biggest festival, featuring processions and celebrations throughout the country - Antigua's fiesta is said to be the best. Rabin Ajau , held in Coban, is a traditional Kekchi Indian festival which runs from July 21-26. Independence Day is celebrated nationwide in September. November features All Saints' Day , and Chichicastenango commemorates Santo Tomas from December 13-21. (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

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Seran fomentadas y promovidas las asociaciones detipo economico que tiendan a incrementar la riqueza nacional m ediante unmejor aprovechamiento de los recursos naturales y humanos, y a promover unajusta distribucion de los beneficios provenientes de sus actividades. Enesta clase de asociaciones, ademas de los particulares, podranparticipar el E stado, los municipios y las entidades de utilidadpublica. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

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Several of the pristine islands of the Bocas del Toro Archipiaeacutelago in the Caribbean Sea are protected by the marine Parque Nacional Bastimentos. The park offers great diving, snorkelling and swimming and its beaches are used as a nesting ground by several species of sea turtles. The main town on the archipelago is Bocas Del Toro on the south-eastern tip of Isla Colaoacuten. The archipelago is off the north-eastern coast of Panama and is accessible by plane from Panama City, David and Changuinola, or by ferry from Almirante and Chiriqui Grande. (1) | panama/tra02/pan_mu.htm |

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Si el Ejecutivo no encontrare objecion al proyectorecibido, firmara los dos ejemplares, devolvera uno a laAsamblea, dejara el otro en su archivo y hara publicar el textocomo ley en el organo oficial correspondien te. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

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Siempre que un acto sometido a conocimiento de la Cortede Cuentas de la Republica viole a su juicio alguna ley o reglamento envigor, ha de advertirlo asi a los funcionarios que en el ejercicio desus funciones legales se lo comuniquen, y el acto de que se tratequedaraaa cute; en suspenso. El Organo Ejecutivo puede ratificar el acto total o parcialmente, siempre quelo considere legal, por medio de resolucion razonada tomada en Consejode Ministros y comunicada por escrito al Presidente de la Corte. Talresoluci on debera ser publicada en el Diario Oficial. La ratificacion debidamente comunicada, hara cesar lasuspension del acto, siempre que las observaciones de la Corte deCuentas no consistan en falta o insuficiencia de cr edito presupuesto alcual debe aplicarse un gasto, pues, en tal caso, la suspension debemantenerse hasta que la deficiencia de credito haya sido llenada. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

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Since Santiago Atitlan is only across the lake from a popular tourist area, the press arrived by sunrise. The Guatemalan government found it a little difficult to deny responsibility for this massacre, with photos of dead victims lying literally at the gate of the garrison. Community leaders demanded a meeting with the government human rights ombudsman (previously a mostly token position created because of international pressure) and the president. With the weight of international attention the demand for an investigation and punishment of responsible parties was agreed upon. The shock was that the third community demand - for the immediate and permanent removal of the army from the community - was also agreed upon. (1) | guatemala/otr04/hmnrts_mu.htm |

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Sister Dianna Ortiz, a US citizen, lived in Guatemala from 1987 to 1989, where she taught indigenous children. She says that after receiving repeated verbal and written threats, she was abducted on November 2, l989, from a religious retreat in Antigua, Guatemala, by two armed men. She reports that she was taken by bus and police car to a location where she was accused of supporting the guerrillas, interrogated, raped, and tortured. She says a man called "Alejandro," whom she believes to be a North American and who appeared to exercise authority over her torturers, finally interceded the next morning and was taking her to a friend he claimed to have at the US embassy when she escaped from his vehicle in traffic in Guatemala City and ultimately made her way to the Papal Nuncio's residence. Sister Ortiz departed Guatemala on November 5, 1989, and was treated for more than 100 apparent cigarette burns on her back. No suspects have ever been identified or charged. At the request of the embassy, the FBI in December 1989 opened an investigation into this matter, but closed the case in March 1991 after it was unable to interview Ortiz, who was apparently incapable of discussing her experience at that time. The case was briefly reopened later in 1991 in order to incorporate the affidavit that Ortiz had provided to the Guatemalan government, but there was no further attempt to interview her. DOJ reopened the Ortiz again case in 1995 in conjunction with the government-wide Guatemala review. Significant intelligence bearing on the case of Sister Ortiz (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

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Sitios de interes (1) | nicaragua/res04/~unfpanic_mu.html |

Situacion de Salud, 1995 (1) | honduras/otr02/www_paho-who_hn_mu.html |

Situated on Guatemala's Pacific slope, this is an important site for anyone interested in Mayan art and culture. The sugar-cane fields are dotted with great stone heads and scenes carved in relief. The artefacts are the remnants of the Pipils, a non-Mayan Indian culture linked to that of the Nahuatl-speaking peoples of central Mexico. There are three main archaeological sites in the surrounding sugar-cane fincas (ranches or plantations). Bilbao consists of several ceremonial sites containing stone sculptures, many of which are hidden amongst the cane. Hilltop Finca El Baul has the additional fascination of being a still-active place of worship, while Finca Las Ilusiones contains hundreds of objects which have been collected from the fields over the centuries. (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

Situated on a cliff, with a spectacular view of the Pacific ocean, surrounding deserted beaches and unforgettable sunsets. (1) | costarica/tra06/tourism_mu.html |

Skip's Nature Tour (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

Skunk learns the hard way he's not big enough to hunt alone. Deer and Jaguar, after initial friendship discover they are natural enemies. Coyote doesn't fool hen with his talk of peace. (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

Slide Show (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

Slide Show (2) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm |

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Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (1) | panama/gen05/stri_mu.htm |

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Solidarizate..... (1) | panama/res01/www_pa_mu.html |

Solka (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

Solo podra imponerse la pena de muerte enlos casos previstos por las leyes militares durante el estado de guerrainternacional. Se prohibe la prision por deudas, las penas perpetuas, lasinfamantes, las proscritas y toda especie de tormento. El Estado organizara los centros penitenciarios con objeto de corregir alos delincuentes, educarlos y formarles habitos de trabajo, procurandosu readaptacion y la prevencion de los delitos. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Solo podra practicarse el registro o lapesquisa de la persona para prevenir o averiguar delitos o faltas. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Solola market (21K) (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

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Somos el proveedor de acceso a Internet #1 de la Republica de Panama. En Sinfonet somos especialistas en Redes de Datos y Tecnologia de la Informacion. En la nueva Era de la Informacion, estar actualizado significa EXITO Nuestro compromiso es ayudarle a usted, como empresa o como particular, a estar al dia en el cambiante mundo de las comunicaciones y la informacion. (1) | panama/nis05/www_sinfo_net_mu.html |

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Son ciudadanos todos los salvadorenos mayores dedieciocho anos. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Son requisitos minimos para ser Juez de Paz; sersalvadoreno, del estado seglar, mayor de veintiun anos, demoralidad e instruccion notorias; estar en el goce de los derech os deciudadano y haberlo estado en los tres anos anteriores a sunombramiento. El periodo de sus funciones sera de dosanos. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Son salvadorenas las personas juridicasconstituidas conforme a las leyes de la Republica, que tengan domiciliolegal en el pais. Las regulaciones que las leyes establezcan en beneficio de lossalvadorenos no podran vulnerarse por medio de personas juridicas salvadorenas cuyos socios o capitales sean en sumayoria extranjeros. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

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Sospechoso... muy sospechoso resulta para los analistas Victor Flury, Francisco Escobar y Jose Alberto Rodriguez que, a 49 dias de las elecciones, la monotonia tenga sometida a la propaganda politica. (1) | costarica/pol01/home_elecciones_mu.html |

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Spanish Language Schools in Guatemala (1) | guatemala/spm06/hermand_mu.htm |

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Spanish Language Tune-Up in Mexico - Carla Felsted (08/95) (1) | guatemala/spm10/schools_mu.html |

Spanish REPUBLICA DE NICARAGUA, largest country of Central America, covering an area of 50,464 square miles (130,700 square km). The capital is (1) | nicaragua/www01/www_nicaragua-online_com_mu.html |

Spanish School Review (1) | guatemala/spm10/schools_mu.html |

Spanish Schools (2) | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm | honduras/tra03/travel_mu.html |

Spanish for Young Students Program. We offer specialized Spanish programs for students age 10-14 during all year. They participate in a great deal of activities including sports and entertainment. Our facilities are ideal for young people (1) | costarica/spa06/rancho_mu.html |

Spanish is the most commonly spoken language in Guatemala, and Roman Catholicism is the principal religion. Evangelical and Pentecostal Christian denominations have gained wide followings, while the Maya have preserved aspects of their traditional religions, often blended with Catholicism. Guatemalan cuisine can't compete with that of Mexico, although standard Mexican fare such as tortillas and tacos can be found. Mostly you'll encounter tough grilled or fried meat, meat and more meat. Beans and rice are often the cheapest and best alternative, and the country has a surprising number of Chinese restaurants. Coffee is available everywhere - sometimes spectacularly good, but often ridiculously weak and sugary. Beer is prevalent, in light and dark versions, and rum and Quetzalteca are the nation's favoured rocket fuels. (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

Spanish is the official and traditional language, and English is widely used. About 84% of the population is Roman Catholic. The constitution does not specifically provide for the separation of church and state, but freedom of religion is guaranteed. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

Spanish version - Version en Espanol (1) | guatemala/art05/Mainpage_mu.html |

Special Activities (2) | guatemala/spm08/3619index_mu.html | guatemala/spm08/3619index_mu.html |

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Sport(!) and a lot of info. List of Costa Rica embassies around the world. (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

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Sr. Penalosa may be able to provide some other traditional Mayan tales, which I'll include here, though much of his effort is devoted to translating Mayan literature into Spanish, rather than English, since that's most useful to the large Mayan population of Mexico and Meso-American countries. A catalog of Mayan publications is available from (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

Sr. Penalosa would like to hear from (by email or more conventional means) people interested in these writings, or in oral or written Mayan literature generally (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

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Step back in time... CR Hotel Camino Real - Tikal (1) | guatemala/bec08/default_mu.html |

Stratigraphy and structural geology of the Valle de Catacamas region (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

Street scene, Guatemala City (18K) (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

Strike-Slip Faulting and Basin Formation at the Guayape Fault--Valle de Catacamas Intersection, Honduras, Central America (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

Structural features associated with the most recent episode of slip on the Guayape fault (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

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Students and teachers work one-on-one. This allows each student to work at his individual level. (1) | guatemala/spm07/proyecto_ling_mu.html |

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Students may begin on any Monday throughout the year, except for official holidays. Holidays falling on Saturday or Sunday are celebrated on the Friday or following Monday. Following is the list of official Guatemalan holidays. These holidays are prorated only if two occur in a four-week period of study. (1) | guatemala/spm07/proyecto_ling_mu.html |

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Study Spanish abroad in Quetzaltenango (Xela), Nuevo San Jose or Todos Santos Chuchumatan, Huehuetenango, Guatemala. People-to-people learning, including living with a Central American family. A not-for-profit collective staffed with university graduate teachers who teach in a one-on-one environment. Funds earned by the member schools are used to provide scholarships for Guatemalan students and to aid community development and human rights projects. (1) | guatemala/spm06/hermand_mu.htm |

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T his is a general information service about beautiful Costa Rica . National parks, hotels, tours, where to go, events, business contacts, real estate, history, economics, flora and fauna, craftsmanship, artisans, shopping, books, bird-watching...and more. All Costa Rica - on line...Have fun! (1) | costarica/tra05/costarica_mu.html |

T oday, Spanish is one of the principal languages of the world. Almost 1/2 billion people communicate in Spanish in over 20 countries! La Escuela de Idiomas D'Amore is a quality educational institution created to facilitate the learning of Spanish at the most beautiful beaches on the Pacific Coast. Adjacent to our school is the spectacular Manuel Antonio National Park, one of Costa Rica's most famous rain forests. We have provided the perfect environment to meet the students' linguistic needs at an exclusive campus in the jungle. The center offers intensive Spanish language courses in a total immersion program. La Escuela de Idiomas D'Amore cordially invites you to participate in a unique study vacation in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica. By enrolling in the center you will collaborate in the preservation of the world's rain forests. La Escuela de Idiomas D'Amore donates a percentage of your tuition in your name to the World Wildlife Fund. (1) | costarica/spa01/damore_mu.html |

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TEGUCIGALPA -- Although Honduras does not have any active volcanoes like some of its neighboring Central American countries, seismically speaking it is a fairly active place. The most recent event was an earthquake, registering three points on the Richter scale, that hit an area 20 km from the Honduran-Guatemalan border on Oct. 18. (1) | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html |

TEGUCIGALPA -- The traditions of nativity scenes and decorating pine trees to celebrate the birth of Christ, little by little have been disappearing in Honduras. These days the poor are resigned to admiring them through the window displays of shopping centers, while those who have the resources have become frantic consumers of every imaginable product. Merchants are aware of this trend and have encouraged the frenzy with "sales, offers, and reductions" especially for the Christmas season. (1) | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html |

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THE BOOK IS OUT! THE BOOK IS OUT! THE BOOK IS OUT! (1) | guatemala/otr01/index_mu.html |

THE CHAMORRO GOVERNMENT TAKES POWER (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

THE CONTEXT (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

THE COST OF CONFLICT (1) | belize/www02/www_belizenet_com_mu.html |

THE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY AND THE SOMOZA YEARS, 1909- 79 (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

THE HTML WRITERS GUILD (1) | panama/www01/panama_mu.html |

THE LIVES OF WOMEN (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

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THE SANDINISTA REVOLUTION ON THE CARIBBEAN COAST (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

THE SANDINISTA YEARS, 1979-90 (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

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TOTAL EXPORTS TO LAC 17,510 25,390 30,904 25,341 15,989 23,876 25,011 6% LAC % OF TOTAL EXPORTS 18% 23% 25% 19% 15% 18% 17% WORLD TOTAL 99,391 111,846 124,030 131,021 105,939 135,868 142,983 6% UNITED STATES 46,392 48,380 52,567 58,953 41,653 64,171 52,506 7% U.S. % OF TOTAL EXPORTS 47% 43% 42% 45% 39% 47% 37% EU 31,682 33,017 36,004 36,355 42,712 37,487 48,743 3% EU % OF TOTAL EXPORTS 32% 30% 29% 28% 40% 28% 34% JAPAN 90 420 732 905 400 1,142 4,413 66% JAPAN % OF TOTAL EXPORTS 0% 0% 1% 1% 0% 1% 3% (1) | belize/eco03/BEL_mu.html |

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Teaching at La Hermandad Educativa is based on the methodology of "total immersion". From the moment you arrive in Guatemala your studies will begin, as you use your Spanish to get through customs, to communicate with your Guatemalan host family, and to order food at cafes. This method is effective at promoting rapid language acquisition, and also helps you acquire an intimate familiarity with the culture and people of Guatemala. Upon your arrival at the Hermandad, your Spanish language ability will be assessed through a written examination and personal interview by your teacher. Knowing your strengths and weaknesses will enable us to choose appropriate materials and techniques for your level. At the school, you will receive five hours per day of one-on-one tutoring. Teachers use a wide variety of methods to strengthen and improve your written, oral and reading abilities in Spanish. Time will be dedicated to any materials you bring to class. Upon request, a written examination will be provided by the Hermandad that may be used for university credit. The Hermandad can also help arrange university credit through travel/study academic credit programs. The two schools in Quetzaltenango are accredited by the Guatemalan Ministry of Education and the Guatemalan Institute of Tourism. All teachers in the Hermandad are trained and experienced in teaching Spanish as a second language. (1) | guatemala/spm06/hermand_mu.htm |

Teaching staff. This is a new school of the Houston ISD program which is implementing a novel approach to schooling which includes bilingual English/Spanish instruction as part of its teaching method. The project was financed, in its entirety by the school. Teachers paid for the EcoEscuela portion. The Escuela Rice parents group and the community help with the rest of the funds by direct contribution or by helping with fund raising events such as (1) | guatemala/etp02/bioesfera_home_mu.html |

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The $40 registration fee is non-refundable. If you cancel with advance notification, we will hold it for your use for a period of one year. Refunds for payments made in Guatemala after the program has begun will depend on the circumstances and will be refunded at the discretion of the Dean of Students. (1) | guatemala/spm07/proyecto_ling_mu.html |

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The Aurola Holiday Inn in Costa Rica, is the place where elegance meets pleasure. (1) | costarica/tra06/tourism_mu.html |

The Belize Audubon Society is a non-profit, non-government membership organization dedicated to the promotion of the sustainable use and preservation of our natural resources in order to maintain a balance between people and the environment. (1) | belize/www02/www_belizenet_com_mu.html |

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The Belizean Journeys website brings an in-depth look into the more remote and unknown worlds of Belize. Through words, photos and graphics, we hope to show you the wonder, mystery and natural beauty of this small Central American country. NEWLY UPDATED. (1) | belize/www02/www_belizenet_com_mu.html |

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The Biographies of some of the better known Tz'utuhil Mayan artists, tell how painting began in San Pedro and then spread to San Juan. (1) | guatemala/art02/www_artemaya_com_mu.html |

The CIA's Directorate of Operations (DO) and Guatemala station were clearly aware of the potential for human rights violations by assets and liaison contacts. In November 1988, the DO's Latin America (LA) division provided a guidance cable to its Central American stations, in which it noted that human rights violations were being used politically by Washington opponents of CIA programs in Central America, but went on to state (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

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The Canal is both an engineering marvel and one of the most significant waterways on earth. Stretching 80km from Panama City on the Pacific coast to Colon on the Atlantic side, it provides passage for over 12,000 ocean-going vessels per year. Seeing a huge ship nudge its way through the narrow canal, with vast tracks of virgin jungle on both sides, is an unforgettable sight. The easiest and best way to visit the Canal is to go to the Miraflores Locks, on the north-eastern fringe of Panama City, where a platform offers visitors a good view of the locks in operation. There's also a museum with a model and a film about the Canal. Boats leave Balboa, a western suburb of Panama City, for a five-hour tour through the locks to Miraflores Lake. (1) | panama/tra02/pan_mu.htm |

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The Catalogue of Paintings is an archive of all the paintings on this website. The paintings are arranged by artist, and listed more or less chronologically by when that artist painted them. This archives includes all of the paintings listed below in the Paintings for Sale section, as well as many which are now in private collections (1) | guatemala/art02/www_artemaya_com_mu.html |

The Central American Institute for International Affairs. (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

The Central American Institute is located on approximately 150 acres of tropical forest, which in ancient times was the site of a Maya settlement. The Institute conducts scientific research and academic inquiry into diverse cultural themes, such as religion and ethnobotany. Emphasis is placed on educational and experiential programs relating to all aspects of ethnobiology, prehistory, ethnohistory, and the ethnographic present. Studies in the areas of ancient and indigenous cults and ritual life, including traditional healing techniques, are particularly encouraged through the Shamanistic Studies Center. Approximately fifty acres of jungle terrain, kept as a nature reserve, are dedicated as an Ethnobotanical Field Station, serving as a research facility where medicinal plants of ethnopharmacological value and ritual importance can be studied in their native habitats. The Institute also promotes work in wildlife and tropical resource management and ecology, to be pursued from indigenous vantage points and with traditional understanding. In addition, the Institute encourages archaeological investigations and the preservation for national benefit of archaeological monuments and historical landmarks. Research and academic programs are not limited to any particular region of the world, although Mesoamerica constitutes a focal point of interest. The Institute welcomes cooperation and exchanges with other institutions sharing like interests. (1) | belize/gen01/~chacmol_mu.html |

The Central American Institute of Prehistoric and Traditional Cultures at Belize was established in 1991 and granted full recognition by the Ministry of Education of the Government of Belize in accordance with the Education Act of 1991, Section 38, as a non-profit research and educational institution for the purpose of promoting the preservation of ancient and traditional worldviews and materials, and to act as a center for the dissemination of knowledge and interest in the study of such cultures. The Institute aims to preserve the traditional knowledge and practices of the Maya and Garifuna cultures, and to create and share a collective consciousness of issues in the fields of ethnoscience, ecology, archaeology, and ethnology. (1) | belize/gen01/~chacmol_mu.html |

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The Constitution of the State of Belize is a well drafted document which follows the general pattern of other newly independent states od the West Indies. It appears that the drafters of the Constitution used the British Honduras Constitution Ordinance of 1963 as the basis for Chapters VI, VII, VIII and IX in the new Constitution. The new features of the 1981 Constitution can be found in Chapters I, II, III, IV and V. Chapter I states that "Belize shall be a sovereign democratic State of Central America in the Caribbean region. "The frontiers of Belize shall be comprised of those land and sea areas which immediately previous to Belize's Independence constituted the colony of Belize. Chapter I, Section 2 contains the supremacy clause of the new Constitution. "This Constitution is the supreme law of Belize and if any other law is inconsistent with this Constitution that other law shall, to the extent of the inconsistency, be void." Chapter II deals with the protection of fundamental rights and freedoms of the peoples of Belize. As stated in Section 3 of Chapter II, every person in Belize is entitled to the fundamental rights and freedoms, regardless of "his race, place of origin, political opinions, color, creed, or sex, but subject to respect for the rights and freedoms of others for the public interest, to each and all of the following, namely - a) life, liberty, security of the person, and the protection of the law; b) freedom of conscience, of expression and of assembly and association ; c) protection for his family life, his personal privacy, the privacy of his home and other property and recognition of his human dignity ; and d) protection from arbitrary deprivation of property. "These provisions are only limited if said rights prejudice the rights and freedoms of others or the public interest. Chapter III sets forth the citizenship requirements of Belize. Chapter IV establishes the Governor-General's office, powers, and duties. In section 31 provision is made for Acting Governor-General; the power to appoint a Deputy to perform his or her functions during a period of absence of a short duration; is specified in Section 33. As stated in Section 35, the Prime Minister shall keep the Governor General informed concerning the general conduct of the government of Belize. Chapter V of the Constitution defines organization and the powers of the executive branch of the government. As stated in Section 36, the executive authority may be exercised on her behalf by the Governor-General or the Governor-General's subordinate officers. Section 37 provides that there shall be a Prime Minister of Belize who shall be appointed by the Governor-General. Provision is also made for the appointment of a Deputy Prime Minister (Section 38). The following section concerns the performance of functions of the office of Prime Minister during his absence or illness. The appointment of Minister of Government by the Governor-General, with the advice of the Prime Minister, is regulated in Section 40. It is the function of the Governor-General to assign any Minister the responsibility for any business of the Government, including the administration of any department of government (Section 41). The principal legal officer is to be the Attorney-General (Section 42). Provisions for the performance of functions of Ministers during absence or illness are made in Section 43. The Governor-General may, subject to the provisions of the Constitution, "constitute offices for Belize, make and terminate appointments to any such office." (Sec. 51). The Governor-General may pardon, grant a respite, or lessen punishment to any person convicted of any offence, with the advice of the Belize Advisory Council (Sec. 52). Provision is made for the establishment of the Belize Advisory Council "which shall consist of not less than six members of which two shall be appointed by the Governor-General, on the advice of the Prime Minister. The others are to be appointed by the Governor -General after consulting the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition (Sec. 54). Chapter VI entitled "The Legislature" contains several new sections. According to Section 69, the National Assembly may alter any provisions of the Constitution. Section 88 provides for the establishment of an Elections and Boundaries Commission; Belize is to consist of eighteen electoral divisions (Art. 89), but the Election and Boundaries Commission may increase the number of electoral divisions (Sec. 90). The Election and Boundaries Commission may also redivide the electoral divisions (Sec. 91). The requirements for the right to vote (age, one vote, and secret ballot) are stated in Section 92. The conduct of elections is regulated in Section 93. Chapter VII, entitled "The Judiciary," provides for the establishment of a Supreme Court and a Court of Appeals. Appeals to Her Majesty in Council are provided for in Section 104. Chapter VIII which corresponds to Part IV of the 1963 Constitution, concerns the public service. Among the new features are the following (1) | belize/gov01/belize_mu.html |

The Cost of Conflict (1) | belize/gov02/bzeguat_mu.html |

The Costa Rica SuperSite (1) | costarica/tra12/netinc_mu.html |

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The Critical Mass Award (1) | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html |

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The Disobedient Son (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

The Eco Travels website archives issues of the quarterly El Planeta Platica environmental tourism/ecotourism newsletter which addresses the needs of conscientious travelers who want to know more about Latin America. Click here for the (1) | guatemala/etp03/mader_mu.html |

The Eco-Escuela gives a unique opportunity to become a member of a non-profit organization working to save the rainforest by providing benefits to local communities. It is a chance to learn first-hand about tropical forests from native Peteneros and scientific experts. Lectures and classroom materials provide a sound introduction to tropical forest ecology. Field trips provide enriching experiences, taking students into areas rarely visited by tourists. Adventures in the forest will include floral and faunal observation, archeological tours and cultural exchanges with people in isolated "pueblos". (1) | guatemala/spm03/eco_escuela_mu.html |

The End of the Anastasio Somoza Debayle Era (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

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The Guatemala Information Center new Site, uses hidden frames which are only supported by the new Microsoft Explorer 3.0 therefore if you dont get Explorer 3.0 now, there is no way to get to our new site so you will be redirected to the old pages which will not be updated anymore, sorry but if you dont change your browser, you are missing all the excitement within the new pages. (1) | guatemala/www03/guacente_mu.html |

The Guayape Fault of Honduras (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

The HERMANDAD'S tuition fee covers five hours of intensive, one-on-one Spanish study Monday through Friday, study materials, consultation with a doctor if needed, room and board with a Guatemalan family, and the daily events. There are some additional costs for overnight excursions and a few selected activities. off-season tuition fees (1) | guatemala/spm06/hermand_mu.htm |

The IOB found the CIA's performance in notifying Congress to have been inadequate. Specifically, the IOB concluded that the CIA leadership violated its statutory obligation to keep the Congressional oversight committees fully and currently informed under Section 413 of Title 50 of the U.S. Code. Though this statute is not criminal and the standard is too broad to be fulfilled to the letter, CIA officers, particularly senior leaders at CIA headquarters, were derelict in failing to provide information they should have provided under even the narrowest reading of the statute. In examining specific instances in which information was not provided to Congress, the IOB considered the available evidence and, on balance, judged that CIA officials did not act with intent to mislead Congress--though they did intentionally withhold some information, in substantial part due to concerns for the protection of sources. We found the primary causes of this failure in Congressional notification to have been the absence of a systematic notification process and inadequate emphasis from the CIA's leadership. The ad hoc manner in which Congressional notifications were handled--combined with the DO's general disinclination to volunteer sensitive information even to authorized recipients--created an environment that bred notification failures. For this we fault the CIA and DO leadership back to the enactment of the oversight statute in 1980. The CIA has recently instituted a new system to review its activities for issues that should be briefed to Congress. Such information is now usually provided to Congress in written memoranda, and a record is made of such notifications. This new system should improve performance and accountability in Congressional notification. The IOB also found that semi-annual reports from the CIA to Congress on what the CIA was doing to improve respect for human rights in Guatemala created a misleading impression on the status of human rights by focusing exclusively on positive contributions. The IOB believes CIA headquarters managers should have recognized this effect and ensured, whether through the reports or through other means, that Congress received an accurate portrayal of the human rights situation. With respect to criminal liability concerning these CIA nondisclosures, we have found no adequate basis to conclude that the conduct of any of the relevant CIA officials violated any criminal statute. First, the statute requiring "full and current" disclosure is not a criminal statute. Second, it appears that section 1505 of Title 18 of the US Code, the statute that criminalizes the obstruction of a Congressional "inquiry or investigation," was not violated. It is doubtful that an "inquiry or investigation" within the meaning of the statute was underway during the period of time at issue. It also appears that, at least within the D.C. Circuit, this statute is violated only if an official encouraged, influenced, or conspired with another to mislead Congress, see United States v. Poindexter , 951 F.2d 369, 385 (D.C. Cir. 1991 ); we have found no persuasive evidence of this element and believe none can be found. Third, the false statement statute, section 1001 of Title 18, is likely inapplicable because a recent Supreme Court decision strongly suggests that statements to Congress are outside the statute's coverage, see Hubbard v. United States , 115 S. Ct. 1754, 1765 (1995). In addition, we note that, as a general proposition, "knowingly" withholding information from a congressional committee is not sufficient to establish the mental state necessary to constitute the criminal offense of misleading Congress. Rather, the action must also be "willful." Thus, even if the false statement and obstruction of Congress statutes were available in this context, both would require that the defendant acted "knowingly"--that is, voluntarily and purposely and not because of mistake, inadvertence, or accident. Both would also require that the defendant acted "willfully"--that is, with the intent to bring about a particular result or to do something that the law forbids. The Board does not believe that the available facts are sufficient to constitute a violation of either of these statutes. Fourth, we have concluded that there is an insufficient basis to believe that a violation of section 371 of Title 18 occurred. Section 371, as construed by the federal courts, proscribes, among other things, conspiracies to interfere with a governmental function by dishonest means. An agreement to defeat or interfere with the congressional intelligence oversight process by lying to or misleading the Congress, or by withholding information without statutory justification, could, under certain circumstances, amount to a criminal conspiracy. Under the circumstances we examined, however, we do not believe it likely that an offense occurred. In particular, there is no evidence that information was withheld from the Congress as a result of the concerted effort or agreement to interfere with the congressional oversight process. Even though there was an affirmative obligation to disclose the particular information not provided to Congress, and the incomplete briefings and reports provided to committee staffs over the years had the effect of misleading them and interfering with the oversight process, we do not believe that there is sufficient evidence to establish that this conduct was the result of any agreement. For these reasons, the IOB has not found sufficient basis for a criminal referral to the Attorney General of this failure in disclosure to the Congress. The Department of Justice also considered this issue at the request of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) and found that the facts posited by the SSCI did not constitute a sufficient basis upon which to premise a criminal prosecution. However, pursuant to Executive Order 12863, which governs the IOB, the Board has notified DOJ of its belief that in the past the CIA has violated Title 50 of the U.S. Code by failing to keep the Congress "fully and currently informed." The Board notes, however, that this violation was not criminal, that the CIA has taken remedial action, and that there appears to be no threat of a continuing violation. (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

The IOB was asked to review the cases of Michael DeVine and Efrain Bamaca Velasquez (a Guatemalan citizen) and intelligence bearing on the torture, disappearance, or death of other US citizens in Guatemala since 1984, including Sister Dianna Ortiz, Griffith Davis, and Nicholas Blake. In addition to these specified individuals, the IOB examined nine other instances of unusual deaths or assaults involving US citizens that have occurred in Guatemala since 1984 (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

The Intercultural Experience (1) | costarica/spa02/forester_mu.html |

The Interior (1) | panama/www03/panama_mu.html |

The Issue of Land Ownership (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

The Judiciary (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

The Jurassic of Northern Central America (the Chortis block) (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

The Land (1) | costarica/tra03/cr-handbook_mu.html |

The Legislature (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

The Marine Environmental Sciences Program (MESP) (1) | panama/gen05/stri_mu.htm |

The Maya Calendar (1) | guatemala/www07/mayastor_mu.html |

The Maya of Guatemala (1) | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm |

The Medaille d'Or for Web Site Excellence (1) | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html |

The Media (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

The Montanas de Colon Fold and Thrust Belt, Eastern Honduras (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

The National Committee Staff (1) | salvador/etp01/esal_mu.html |

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The Project will be located in a new "Free Trade Zone", facilitating the movement of container traffic in transit across Nicaragua. The Free Zone at the ports will be further developed into light industrial parks and service areas supporting the operations of the Project. The Project will constitute the first modern East-West, coast-to-coast transportation link in Nicaragua, and the socio-economic impact should be extremely beneficial for the Nicaraguan people. CINN has formed consortia of European construction companies, Asian and European port operators and equipment suppliers to undertake the construction and operation of the Project, which is estimated to cost between US $ 1.0 Billion to US $ 1.3 Billion. The financing for the Project is being organized through private and supra-national financial institutions following completion of extensive feasibility and other studies, which are to be undertaken with the financial backing of the Consortia members and CINN's private investor group. The Government of Nicaragua, through the Executive and Legislative powers, with the support of virtually all major interest groups in the country, has enthusiastically endorsed ClNN’s Project. CINN plans to initiate field work in March 1996 as the first step in the performance of the mobilization plan for the formal feasibility studies. CINN’s directors, officers and primary investors consider themselves to be environmentalists with a high level of concern for the protection of Nicaragua’s environment - human, natural and cultural - in the execution of this important project, and endeavor to make the conduct of the Project a model for modern mega-projects, as well as a financial success for all participants. (1) | nicaragua/tra01/cinn_mu.htm |

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The Selva Negra forest near Matagalpa, the mountains in the north and the islands in Lago de Nicaragua offer great hiking . Among the many spectacular volcanoes of interest for climbers are the Volcan Masaya and the two volcanoes on Isla de Ometepe. Lago de Nicaragua offers fantastic opportunities for fishing , and surfing is popular at Poneloya beach, near Leaoacuten, and at Playa Popoyo near Rivas. (1) | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm |

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The United Nations Development Program has agreed to work with the consortium and the Nicaraguan government to facilitate studies of the project's environmental, economic and social consequences, said Nicola Harrington, UNDP deputy director in Managua. According to Bosco, the collaboration will be the agency's first with a private firm. After years of dictatorship followed by land reforms, unclear land ownership complicates the leasing or buying of land in some areas. "I'm looking for a clear, unambiguous right-of-way," said Gilbert. "At the peak of construction, which will last about two years, we'll be putting between one and two million dollars a day in the ground. So we want it clear." (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

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The border at left is from a section of a man's shirt in the style worn by the men of San Pedro la Laguna. Catarina Ixmata de Garcia wove the shirt for her father in law, but it was given to the founder of Arte Maya Tz'utuhil in 1986 when he offered to pay for her son's schooling expenses for a year. Although the children from San Pedro and neighboring towns can now finish all grades of high school in San Pedro, at that time it was necessary for them to leave town and live in one of the large cities in order to complete the last three years of their secondary education. This was an enormous burden for most Mayan families because even though many schools charged no tuition it was still necessary to pay for room and board. (1) | guatemala/art02/www_artemaya_com_mu.html |

The capital of Nicaragua is spread across the southern shore of Lago de Managua and is crowded with more than a quarter of Nicaragua's population. It's been racked by natural disasters including two earthquakes this century, and since the 1972 earthquake the city has had no 'centre'. Much of what was formerly the city centre is still vacant land; in some parts, people have constructed houses out of tin and cardboard boxes on the bare dirt. Several of Managua's attractions stand around the Plaza de la Republica , including the lakeside municipal cathedral , which was once an impressive edifice but is now in ruins. Near the cathedral is the Palacio Nacional , which has two giant paintings of Augusto Sandino and Carlos Fonseca at the entrance. The Huellas de Acahualinca museum houses the ancient footprints of people and animals running towards the lake from a volcanic eruption. The Museo de la Revolucion has interesting historical exhibits with an emphasis on the revolutionary struggle this century. There are also several lagunas , or volcanic crater lakes, which are popular swimming spots. Barrio Martha Quezada is a residential district with many simple, cheap guesthouses and places to eat. This is where backpackers tend to congregate. On weekends there's dancing and partying around the Plaza 19 de Julio . (1) | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm |

The capital of Panama is a modern, thriving commercial centre stretching 10km along the Pacific coast from the ruins of Panama Viejo in the east to the edge of the Panama Canal in the west. The old district of San Felipe (also known as Casco Viejo) juts into the sea on the south-western side of town. It's an area of decaying colonial grandeur, striking architecture, peeling paint and decrepit balconies. Attractions include the 17th-century Metropolitan Church , the Interoceanic Canal Museum of Panama , the Plaza de Bolivar , the presidential palace , the History Museum of Panama and the sea wall built by the Spaniards four centuries ago. Via Espana's banking district is the complete opposite to this yesteryear charm, with aggressively modern buildings and sophisticated entertainments. Attractions on the fringes of the city include the Panama Canal (see below), the 16th-century ruins of Panama Viejo , the Summit Botanical Gardens and Zoo , the tropical rainforest of the Sobrerania National Park and the 265-hectare Parque Nacional Metropolitana . (1) | panama/tra02/pan_mu.htm |

The capital of the jungle-covered north-eastern department of El Peten, Flores is built on an island on Lago de Peten Itza , and is connected by a 500m causeway to the service town of Santa Elena on the lakeshore. Flores is a dignified capital, with its church and government building arranged around the main plaza which crests the hill in the centre of the island. The city was founded by the Itzaes, and at the time of conquest was perhaps the last still-functioning Mayan ceremonial centre in the country. The pyramids, temples and idols were crushed under the foundations of the Spanish city, and the dispersal of the Mayan citizens into the jungle gave rise to the myth of a `lost' Mayan city. Modern sights include boat rides stopping at various lagoon settlements and a visit to the limestone caves of Actun-Can . (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

The close liaison relationship the CIA maintained with the Guatemalan security services helped to counter the communist insurgency in Guatemala and to combat the flow of illegal narcotics through Guatemala to the United States. For example, cooperation between the Guatemalans, the CIA, and the Drug Enforcement Administration resulted in the seizure of forty-eight metric tons of cocaine from 1990 through 1993 as it was being shipped through Guatemala to the United States by Colombian drug cartels. After these seizures, the amount of narcotics transiting Guatemala appears to have dropped dramatically. The CIA's liaison relationship with the Guatemalan services also benefited US interests by enlisting the assistance of Guatemala's primary intelligence and security service--the army's directorate of intelligence (D-2)--in areas such as reversing the "auto-coup" of 1993 and protecting US citizens at risk, including the 1994 rescue of a kidnapped American girl. Because the D-2 was widely considered to be the elite within the Guatemalan military and government, the station also often requested and received administrative and logistical assistance from the D-2 on behalf of the embassy. The human rights records of the Guatemalan security services--the D-2 and the Department of Presidential Security (known informally as "Archivos," after one of its predecessor organizations)--were generally known to have been reprehensible by all who were familiar with Guatemala. US policy-makers knew of both the CIA's liaison with them and the services' unsavory reputations. The CIA endeavored to improve the behavior of the Guatemalan services through frequent and close contact and by stressing the importance of human rights -- insisting, for example, that Guatemalan military intelligence training include human rights instruction. The station officers assigned to Guatemala and the CIA headquarters officials whom we interviewed believe that the CIA's contact with the Guatemalan services helped improve attitudes towards human rights. Several indices of human rights observance indeed reflected improvement--whether or not this was due to CIA efforts--but egregious violations continued, and some of the station's closest contacts in the security services remained a part of the problem. The end of the Cold War gradually led to lower funding levels for the station, but had only a limited effect upon the mechanics of how the CIA carried out its business and upon the mind-set of the CIA officers dealing with Guatemala. Station officers continued to view the communist insurgents--who seemed to threaten a more democratic government--as the primary enemy, and they viewed the Guatemalan government and security services as partners in the fight against this common foe and against new threats such as narcotics and illegal alien smuggling. (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

The commercial centre of south-western Guatemala, Quetzaltenango is an excellent base for excursions to the many nearby villages, noted for their handicrafts and hot springs. The city prospered during the 19th century as a coffee-brokering and storage centre, until an earthquake and volcanic eruption ended the boom. The town's major sights are the central square and the buildings which surround it, a couple of basic though useful markets and the ubiquitous Parque Minerva - many such monuments honouring the classical goddess of education in the hope of inspiring Guatemalan youth to new heights of learning were built during the presidency of Manuel Estrada Cabrera (1898-1920). The beautiful volcanic countryside surrounding Quetzaltenango features natural steam baths at Los Vahos and Fuentes Georginas . Also in the vicinity is the picture-postcard village of Zunil , the market town of San Francisco El Alto and the handicrafts village of Momostenango . (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

The community, reacting to the governments' concern for "security" in the area (and their desire to send the army back in), rapidly created the Committee for Security and Development. They instituted the traditional Mayan "ronda" - nightly rounds or patrols by groups of volunteers armed with flashlights and whistles. A "Peace Park" was created by the townspeople with paths lined with the stones painstakingly removed as they disassembled the garrison stone by stone. This park consists of markers commemorating the martyrs (including an 11-year old) at the exact places they fell. The letter from the president promising to remove the army and to investigate the incident (that part never happened...) has been copied on eight-foot high marble and placed in the park as a constant reminder to any future governments. During the process of creating the park a mass grave was found. Guatemalan military officials said that if any further digging took place the army WOULD return. Complying with that threat all digging stopped, but a large hole is left as a reminder. (1) | guatemala/otr04/hmnrts_mu.htm |

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The dry season, from late-December to mid-April, is the most pleasant time, climatically, to be in Guatemala. Along with summer holidays, however, this is also the busiest time. Although the rain may restrict some activities during the wet season, it's still worthwhile planning your trip for this time of year, particularly as you'll be more likely to pick up accommodation bargains. If you're planning to be in the area around Easter, try to be in Guatemala for Semana Santa (Holy Week), the highlight of the country's festival calendar. (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

The earliest known inhabitants of Panama were the Cuevas and the Cocle cultures, but they were decimated by disease and the sword when the Spanish arrived in the 16th century. After several forays along the country's Caribbean shore, the Spanish settlement of Nombre de Dios was established at the mouth of the Rio Chagres on the Caribbean coast in 1510. Panama's Pacific coast later became the springboard for invasions of Peru and the wealth generated by these incursions was carried overland from the Pacific port of Panama (City) to Nombre de Dios. The transport of wealth attracted pirates and, by the 18th century, the Caribbean was so dangerous that Spanish ships began bypassing Panama and sailing directly from Peru around Cape Horn to reach Europe. Panama went into decline, and became a province of Colombia when the South American nation received its independence in 1821. In 1846, Colombia signed a treaty permitting the USA to construct a railway across the isthmus and to defend it with military force. The idea of a canal across the isthmus had been mooted even in the 16th century, but a French attempt to build one in 1880 resulted in the death of 22,000 workers from malaria and yellow fever and bankruptcy for everyone involved. A Frenchman who stood to gain handsomely from a US buyout of the French rights to build a canal was named `envoy extraordinary' by Washington and he negotiated and signed a canal treaty with the USA, despite the objections of the Colombian government. The financial and strategic interests of the US momentarily coincided with the sentiments of Panama's revolutionaries, and a revolutionary junta declared Panama independent on 3 November 1903, with the overt support of the USA. The canal treaty granted the USA rights in perpetuity over land on both sides of the canal and a broad right of intervention in Panamanian affairs. The treaty led to friction between the two countries for decades, partly because it was clearly favourable to the USA at the expense of Panama and partly because Colombia refused to acknowledge Panama's independence until 1921 when the USA finally paid Colombia US$25 million in compensation. The USA began to build the canal again in 1904 and 10 years later the first ship negotiated the engineering marvel. The US intervened in Panama's affairs repeatedly up until 1936, when it relinquished its right to use troops outside the Canal Zone. The two countries continued to argue over the canal contract until a new treaty was signed in 1977. This treaty calls for the gradual withdrawl of US interests and complete Panamanian control of the canal by 1999. General Manuel Noriega took control of the country in 1984. A former head of Panama's secret police and a CIA operative, Noriega became a demagogic bogeyman. Murdering political opponents, quashing democracy, drug trafficking and money laundering were his principal concerns during the 1980s, activities which eventually attracted US sanctions and freezing of Panamanian assets. When the winning candidate of the 1989 presidential election was beaten to a pulp on national TV and the election declared null and void, Noriega's regime became an international embarrassment. Noriega appointed himself head of government on 15 December 1989 and announced that Panama was at war with the USA. The following day an unarmed US soldier dressed in civilian clothes was killed by Panamanian soldiers - or so the Pentagon claimed. The Panamanian version of events was that the soldier was not only armed but that he had shot and injured three civilians before running a roadblock. Since US forces had for months been itching for a pretext to attack, this was more than enough reason to call in 26,000 troops for `Operation Just Cause'. The invasion, the intention of which was to bring Noriega to justice and create a democracy better suited to US interests, left more 2,000 civilians dead and thousands more homeless. Noriega escaped capture by US troops for six days by claiming asylum in the Vatican embassy. US forces surrounded the embassy and pressured the Vatican to release him. They memorably used that psychological tactic beloved of disgruntled teenagers, and bombarded the embassy with blaring, devilish, rock music to psychologically wear down those inside. It worked (as any parent knows); Noriega was sent to the US, where he was convicted on money laundering charges; he is currently serving a 40-year prison sentence in Florida. The legitimate winner of the 1989 presidential election, Guillermo Endara, was sworn in as president. But Endara proved to be an ineffective president whose policies cut jobs and cost his administration the popularity it initially enjoyed; by the time he was voted out of office in 1994, Endara was suffering from single-digit approval ratings. In the 1994 elections - the fairest in recent Panamanian history - Ernesto Perez Balladares was swept into office. Under his direction, the Panamanian government is implementing a program of privatisation and is focussing spending on infrastructure improvements, health care and education. (1) | panama/tra02/pan_mu.htm |

The earliest traces of human habitation in Nicaragua are the 10,000-year-old Footprints of the Acahualinca - prints preserved under layers of volcanic ash of people and animals running towards Lago de Managua. Around the 10th century AD, indigenous people from Mexico migrated to Nicaragua's Pacific lowlands, and Aztec culture was adopted by many Indians when Aztecs moved south during the 15th century to establish a trading colony. The first contact with Europeans came in 1502, when Columbus sailed down the Caribbean coast. In 1522, a Spanish exploratory mission reached the southern shores of Lago de Nicaragua. A few years later the Spanish colonised the region and founded the cities of Granada and Leon, subduing local tribes. Granada became a comparatively rich colonial city; Leon became a hotbed of liberalism. The inhabitants of the heavily populated area around Managua put up a fierce resistance to the Spanish invaders and their city was destroyed. For the next three centuries Managua was but a village. Nicaragua gained independence from Spain in 1821, along with the rest of Central America. It was part of Mexico for a brief time, then part of the Central American Federation, and finally achieved complete independence in 1838. Soon after, Britain and the USA both became extremely interested in Nicaragua and the strategically important Rio San Juan navigable passage from Lago de Nicaragua to the Caribbean. In 1848, the British seized the port at the mouth of the Rio San Juan on the Caribbean coast and renamed it Greytown. This became a major transit point for hoards of hopefuls looking for the quickest route to Californian gold. In 1855, the liberals of Leon invited William Walker, a self-styled filibuster intent on taking over Latin American territory, to help seize power from the conservatives based in Granada. Walker and his band of mercenaries took Granada easily and he proclaimed himself president. He was soon booted out of the country (one of his first moves was to institutionalise slavery) but showed almost absurd tenacity as he repeatedly tried to invade; his efforts set a precedent for continued US interference in Nicaragua's affairs. In 1934, General Somoza, head of the US-trained National Guard, engineered the assassination of liberal opposition rebel Augusto C Sandino and, after fraudulent elections, became president in 1937. Somoza ruled Nicaragua as a dictator for the next 20 years, amassing huge personal wealth and landholdings the size of El Salvador. Although General Somoza was shot dead in 1956, his sons upheld the reign of the Somoza dynasty until 1979. Widespread opposition to the regime had been present for a long time but it was the devasting earthquake of 1972, and more specifically the way that international aid poured into the pockets of the Somozas while thousands of people suffered and died, that caused opposition to spread among all classes of Nicaraguans. Two groups were set up to counter the regime (1) | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm |

The economy continued to show a strong performance in 1993. GDP grew at 6.1 percent with private investment and exports as the main determinants of growth. Fiscal accounts continued to improve and the consolidated fiscal deficit declined to 0.9 percent of GDP—the lowest level in 10 years. Average inflation fell to 10 percent, stemming from improved public sector finances and tighter monetary policy. The current account deficit, however, remained large at 7.5 percent of GDP. Relatively large capital inflows continued in 1993. In 1994 macroeconomic conditions deteriorated sharply. The consolidated public sector deficit (including central bank losses) reached 8.5 percent of GDP (1.6 percent of which due to the closing of Banco Anglo, one of the four state banks) and inflation increased to 13.5 percent. The deterioration of public finances was mostly due to rapid increases in public expenditures—particularly the public sector payroll, public transfer programs, service of public domestic debt, and pension funds of public employees—and delays in tariff adjustment of some public utilities. GDP growth declined to 4 percent as private investment and exports slowed. The current account deficit, however, declined to 4 percent of GDP as a result of the slowdown in the economy and a temporary improvement in the terms of trade. With tight fiscal and monetary policies in place, GDP growth slowed from 4.5 percent in 1994 to 2.5 percent in 1995. End-year inflation increased to 22.6 percent from 19.9 percent in 1994. The overall deficit of the combined public sector in 1995 fell to 3.8 percent, in line with the stabilization program. The current account deficit is estimated to have fallen to 2.3 percent of GDP and international reserves increased by $229 million, to 1.3 months of imports. After a difficult first year-and-a-half in office, during the last six months the government has made important progress in structural reforms. Public sector reform—to increase its efficiency, strengthen the fiscal base, and open new opportunities for the private sector—is a key element of the government's structural adjustment program. The government is implementing reforms to strengthen tax administration, control public sector wages, downsize and restructure the public sector, increase the participation of the private sector in public infrastructure works and the power sector, and enforce strict monthly expenditure budgets in the nonfinancial public sector. In the financial sector, the recent approval of a financial system reform package constitutes an important step in the effort to modernize the financial sector by abolishing the state banks' monopoly on demand deposits, providing private bank access to central bank rediscount facilities, and reducing reserve requirements to 15 percent over a four-year period. The new regulatory framework also strengthens prudential and supervision institutions and the independence of the central bank. The government is also reforming pension funds to ensure an equitable and financially sustainable social security system. (1) | costarica/eco02/costaric_mu.htm |

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The first European to land on what is now Panama was the Spanish explorer Rodrigo de Bastidas, who in 1501 went ashore at the site of Portobelo. A year later Christopher Columbus touched on the Panamanian coast. In 1508 King Ferdinand V of Castile assigned lands including Panama to the Spanish explorer Diego de Nicuesa. Panama assumed importance in 1513 when Vasco Nunez de Balboa first sighted the Pacific. During the succeeding decades of the 16th century the region was entirely conquered by Spain. It became the staging area for Francisco Pizarro's conquest of Peru in the 1530s, and it was subsequently attached to the viceroyalty of Peru. In 1718 it became part of the viceroyalty of New Granada. The isthmus became the route of nearly all traffic to and from Peru and the neighboring colonies; treasure was shipped to the city of Panama, taken overland to Portobelo, and there transferred to galleons bound for Spain. English mariners and buccaneers tried continually during the 16th and 17th centuries to cut the isthmus route, capture its terminals, or seize the shipments. The most notable of these mariners were Sir Francis Drake and Sir Henry Morgan. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

The fishing and farming villages which emerged on Guatemala's Pacific coast as early as 2000 BC were the forerunners of the great (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

The following chronicles a month-long trip to Honduras around the Christmas period 1994. We undertook this trip ostensibly to visit friends of ours who, due to the horrors of the war in ex-Yugoslavia, after a 1.5 year stay in Florence (where we got to know them), were forced into further migration and wound up in Tegucigalpa. We left Florence and via London and Houston and arrived on 11. December in Tegucigalpa. Coming from Europe, there seems to be little way to get to Honduras without spending the night somewhere in the U.S. We spent the first few days with our friends in Tegus, doing our best to orient ourselves to the city. The airport is an overgrown shack and was, on that day, a madhouse, but our friends got us quickly through customs and out. Very helpfual as our Spanish is derived from my 5 years of study some 25-30 years ago and our fluent Italian. It took a couple of weeks before we could hold anything near an interesting conversation. As a note, it seemed that better educated people did a very good job of understanding Italian, once we had mastered a dozen or so critically different Spanish verbs and about 2 dozen important nouns. Quickly, Tegus became hard to take as a visitor since there is really very little to see. (Here we are pretty jaded by Italy as virtually everywhere here there is something interesting.) Moreover, there was no central electricity many hours a day so that the growl and stink of diesel generators was everywhere. On the other hand, the weather was great. To take a break, we set off on an overnight journey for a hike thru El Tigre National Park, just north of Tegus. We got up and out early, got a collectivo to a dowtown plaza and found out that the bus to La Tigre (or the nearest point to it) wouldn't leave for another 3 hours. The drivers hanging around were real nice and told us that we could take a bus much sooner to ... and, from there, walk around the mountain to get back to the road near La Tigre. The bus took something over an hour to get where it was going. At the last stop we got out, were point/escorted by very friendly farmers to the correct footpath winding around the mountain and with very little difficulty (and a few questions to folks we saw along the way) found the La Tigre road. We put another few kilometers behind us, laced with simple but friendly conversations with passing workers and arrived at La Tigre-earlier than we would have had we waited for the "right" bus. As a note (1) | honduras/tra02/Honduras_mu.html |

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The following photographs are part of a book I have just published about the Mayan Indians of Guatemala. The book, A Mayan Struggle, is now on sale only through MayaMedia Publishing. Very soon it will be available on Amazon.com and by special order at your local book store.If you or your organization are interested in buying and/or selling the book please contact MayaMedia. The core work was produced while a journalism fellow of the Alicia Patterson Foundation. Caution, some of the photographs depict graphic violence against the Mayan people. (1) | guatemala/otr01/index_mu.html |

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The funds the CIA provided to the Guatemalan liaison services were vital to the D-2 and Archivos. This funding was seen as necessary to make these services more capable partners with the station, particularly in pursuing anti-communist and counternarcotics objectives. The CIA, with the knowledge of ambassadors and other State Department and National Security Council officials, as well as the Congress, continued this aid after the termination of overt military assistance in l990. There have been public allegations that CIA funds were increased to compensate for the cutoff of military aid in 1990. We did not find this to have been the case. Overall CIA funding levels to the Guatemalan services dropped consistently from about $3.5 million in FY 1989 to about l million in l995. (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

The government of Guatemala and URNG guerrillas signed a final peace accord on December 29, 1996 to end the country's 36-year internal conflict. The final peace accord includes a permanent cease-fire and demobilization of the guerrillas. One recent trend is the involvement of armed groups in extortion and other criminal activity. Periodically, unfounded rumors that foreigners are involved in the theft of children for the purpose of using their organs in transplants have led to threats and incidents of mob violence in various parts of the country. The last such incidents occurred in 1994. While the threat of further incidents is not currently considered immediate, travelers should be aware that in areas outside of the major tourist and business destinations there exists greater likelihood, albeit small, of such an incident. Travelers also increase their risk if they have contact with Guatemalan children. Adoptive parents, in particular, would be well advised to travel within Guatemala without their adoptive children, or to limit such travel to the extent possible. (1) | guatemala/tra10/guatemala_mu.html |

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The intelligence community realized the importance its consumers placed on human rights reporting and treated the issue as one of its top priorities over the period we reviewed. Our interviews with intelligence officers and our review of cables confirmed that intelligence on human rights violations by the Guatemalan government had been considered a particularly high priority by US intelligence collectors since 1984. Intelligence officers noted that some assets feared the consequences if the US government learned of human rights abuses and that these fears made it difficult for the assets to discuss such matters candidly. Many of the reports of human rights abuses that intelligence officers did receive were second- or thirdhand, and some of the sources were known to have grudges against those about whom they reported. Nevertheless, assets were often the only sources capable of learning the details of abuses. Several of these reports, however, proved valuable to the embassy and served as the bases for diplomatic protests to the Guatemalan government. Among these were a report confirming that Guatemalan soldiers had killed Michael DeVine and that the government was engaged in a cover-up. A subsequent report corroborated the embassy's suspicions that the government had still not undertaken an earnest investigation six months after the murder and that the government did not intend to do so. This contributed to the ambassador's recommendation that resulted in the termination of almost all US military aid to Guatemala in December 1990. In 1994 and 1995, clandestine reporting served as the bases for protests over the reported illegal detention of guerrilla leader Efrain Bamaca Velasquez after his apparent capture. Other reports now appear to have been inaccurate--most prominently the October 1991 report that DeVine s interrogation and death took place on Colonel Alpirez's base and that Alpirez was himself present. The evidence uncovered by Mrs. DeVine's private investigator at the time and by a US Attorney recently reinvestigating the case indicates that DeVine was killed away from the base and that Alpirez was probably not present. (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

The islands of the San Blas Archipiaeacutelago are strung out along the Caribbean coast of Panama from the Golfo de San Blas nearly all the way to the Colombian border. The islands are home to the Kuna Indians, who run the 378 islands as an autonomous province, with minimal interference from the national government. They maintain their own economic system, language, customs, and culture, with distinctive dress, legends, music and dance. The economy of the islands is based on coconut sales, fishing and tourism, and they offer travellers good diving, snorkelling and swimming; the best diving conditions are between April and June. The most interesting islands are Achutupu, Kagantupu and Coco Blanco. There are flights to several of the islands from Panama City or you can catch a ride with Kuna merchant ships from Colon. (1) | panama/tra02/pan_mu.htm |

The isthmus of Panama is the umbilical cord joining South and Central America. It borders Costa Rica to the west and Colombia to the east. Panama's arched shape reflects both its role as a bridge between continents and as a passageway between oceans. At its narrowest point, it is only 50km wide, but it has a 1160km Caribbean coastline on its northern shore and a 1690km Pacific coast to the south. The famous canal is 80km long and effectively divides the country into eastern and western regions. There are hundreds of islands near the Panamanian coasts. The two major archipelagos are the San Blas and Bocas del Toro chains in the Caribbean Sea, though the best snorkelling, diving and deep-sea fishing are to be found in the Pacific near Coiba Island and the Pearl Islands. Panama has flat coastal lowlands and two mountain chains running along its spine. The highest peak is Volcan Baru at 3475m. Rainforests dominate the canal zone, the northwestern portion of the country and much of the eastern half. Although Costa Rica is widely known for its fantastic wildlife, Panama has, in fact, a greater number of flora and fauna species, more land set aside for preservation, and far fewer people wandering through the jungle looking for wildlife and inadvertently scaring it away. There's much truth in the Panamanian saying that in Costa Rica 20 tourists try to see one resplendent quetzal, while in Panama one person tries to see 20 of these exquisite birds. Panama has two seasons. The dry season lasts from January to mid-April and the rainy season from mid-April to December. Rainfall is heavier on the Caribbean side of the highlands, though most people live on or near the Pacific coast. Temperatures are typically hot in the lowlands (between 21 and 32 degrees Celsius) and cool in the mountains (between 10 and 18 degrees). These vary little throughout the year. (1) | panama/tra02/pan_mu.htm |

The laid-back jungle hideaway of Livingston is accessible from the Caribbean port of Puerto Barrios . Black Afro-Guatemalans called the Garifuna live on the island, descendants of Africans brought to the New World as slaves who escaped or were shipwrecked. Intermarriage with shipwrecked sailors of other races and the indigenous Maya has created a distinctive culture and language incorporating African, Mayan and European elements. Tiny Livingston is an interesting anomaly, the way of life definitely more Belizean than Guatemalan, with coconut groves, gaily painted wooden buildings and a fishing economy. The town is the starting point for boat rides on the Rio Quequeche and Rio Cocoli , which take you through tropical jungle scenery for a swim or a picnic, or out to the Cayos Sapodillas for snorkelling and fishing. (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

The large volcano at the centre of the Volcan Masaya National Park , which still steams and belches, is surrounded by smaller volcanoes and thermal springs. Legends say that the Indians used to throw young women into the boiling lava to appease Chaciutique, the goddess of fire. The Spanish believed it was the entrance to hell, inhabited by devils. Entrance to the park is only 23km south-east of Managua. The Laguna de Xiloa , a stunning crater lake 20km north-west of the city, is a favourite swimming spot. At El Trapiche , 17km south-east of the city, water from natural springs has been channelled into large outdoor pools surrounded by gardens and restaurants. (1) | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm |

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The major source of revenue in Panama is associated with the operation of the Panama Canal, which is administered jointly by Panama and the United States. Panama is scheduled to gain full control by the year 2000. In the late 1980s the annual budget included about $1 billion in revenue and $1.5 billion in expenditure. The economy, already affected by U.S. sanctions, suffered a further blow from the U.S. invasion in December 1989. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

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The monumental Mayan ceremonial centre at Tikal lies north-west of Flores in the department of El Peten. Its jungle location makes it a unique site. Towering pyramids rise above the jungle's green canopy, while down below howler monkeys swing nosily through the branches of ancient trees, colourful parrots squawk and dart and tree frogs fill in any auditory gaps. The steep-sided temples rise to heights of over 44m, and although the undergrowth around them has been cleared, the dense rainforest canopy is not far away, making passage within the enigmatic site an unforgettable experience. The many ruins include plazas, an acropolis, pyramids, temples and a museum. (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

The opening of the Panama Canal, which was put into limited use in 1914 and formally inaugurated in 1920, marked the beginning of a new era of prosperity in the country. Internal political ferment continued undiminished throughout the 1920s, however, and nationalist agitation against the U.S. increased, despite a marked lessening of U.S. military and political activity in Panama. A revolutionary group headed by Arnulfo Arias seized power in 1931, but the United States did not exercise its right to intervene. His brother Harmodio Arias was elected president in 1932. Relations between the two nations improved during the next few years. In 1934, when the U.S. devalued the dollar, Panama refused the cheaper currency as payment of the annual $250,000 fee for the Canal Zone, thus precipitating a sharp controversy. Subsequent negotiations between the two countries resulted in 1936 in the settlement of this dispute in favor of Panama, and in a general revision of the 1903 agreement. By the terms of the new treaty, ratified by the U.S. Senate in 1939, the United States received the right to send troops into Panamanian territory in an emergency for the purpose of defending the canal. At the same time, the U.S. surrendered the right to intervene in the internal affairs of Panama, and the U.S. guarantee of Panamanian independence was not renewed. Panama obtained various commercial rights under the treaty. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

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The population of Panama (1990 census) was 2,315,047, giving the country an overall population density of about 31 persons per sq km (about 80 per sq mi). A large proportion of the population is engaged in subsistence farming in the hinterlands. About one-quarter of all Panamanians are concentrated in the two metropolitan areas, Panama and Colon. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

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The school offers a full range of additional cultural activities, and many groups are organized also by students, depending upon their interests. Antigua also has many travel agencies that offer easy and reasonable access for trips to places such as Tikal, Chichicastenango, Lake Atitlan, and Copan. TRIP TO TIKAL Tikal is the most magnificent of all Maya sites. The ruins are dominated by five enormous temples, and the site itself is surrounded by the Tikal National Park. The park is home to hundreds of species, including spider monkeys and toucans. The sheer size of the place is overwhelming, and its atmosphere is spellbinding. To reach Tikal it is necessary to fly to Flores, and to spend the night at the site is an unforgettable memory. In order to ensure a place at the hotel on the site, we recommend that you make your arrangements before your trip to Guatemala. To make it easy and convenient for you to visit this marvelous place, Language Link offers the following (1) | guatemala/spm07/proyecto_ling_mu.html |

The seeds of the dry canal plan germinated in the fertile container tradebetween Asia, North America and Europe, which since 1990 has increased 6 to 8 percent yearly. The aging Panama Canal, which still carries five percent of world shipping, will revert to Panamanian management in 2000. It has become a bottleneck, with waits of several days common. The bigger container ships now being built, known as post-Panamax, are too big to fit through the Canal's locks. For container traffic, which tends to carry higher-value and more perishable cargoes, the U.S. land bridge has grown in the last twenty years into a faster but more expensive alternative to the Canal. Depending on the route and the cargo's shelf life, shippers can save time by using more rail or truck, or save money by going further on water. Consumer electronics from Korea, for example, can appear on shelves on the East Coast up to a week earlier — for about $500 more per container — if shipped to Tacoma or Oakland and rapidly loaded onto double-stack railcars for the rest of the trip. Bosco said the route across Nicaragua to the U.S. East Coast could cut the U.S. land bridge's $1,500 to $2,000 per container price tag nearly in half, while remaining "competitive" on shipping time. Some transport analysts, though, said U.S. railroads are in strong financial shape and will be formidable competitors. Over the past ten years, explained economic consultant Emil Combe, a lot of manufacturing and commerce has migrated southward from Japan to the booming region from Shanghai south to Indonesia. For containerized cargo heading from southeastern Asia to the eastern U.S. and Latin America, he said, a sea-land-sea route across Central America might prove profitable. Shippers could gain economies of scale by moving product across the Pacific in big post-Panamaxes, transferring it into smaller feeder vessels at both ends of the dry canal for journeys north, south and east. This is the market of which the Nicaraguan dry canal hopes to capture a slice. The dry canal consortium, known by its Spanish initials CINN, claims as members major construction, railroad, port operations and shipping firms from seven European countries, Brazil and east Asia. Parsons Brinckerhoff of New York, which calls itself the world's largest transportation engineering firm, is heading the feasibility study. (1) | nicaragua/tra02/drycanal_mu.htm |

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The vegetation of Panama differs in variety and abundance according to the amount of local rainfall. The Caribbean side of the country and eastern Panama are covered by tropical rain forests underlaid with luxuriant growths of sedge, tropical flowers, and a variety of wildgrasses. The Pacific slopes of the isthmus, because of the drier climate, are covered by a relatively sparse growth of deciduous trees and grassy plains called savannas. More than 2000 varieties of tropical plants flourish in Panama. The animal life of Panama includes most of the animal species indigenous to South America; among these are the puma, armadillo, ocelot, anteater, spider monkey, sloth, and deer. Reptiles include the alligator, the crocodile, and a variety of snakes. Vividly colored tropical birds abound, as do ducks and other migratory birds familiar to North America. Many varieties of fish are also plentiful. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

The wage labor force in Panama includes less than one-third of the total population. About 30% of this labor force is employed in agriculture, forestry, and fishing, and approximately 47% works in commerce, finance, and services. Approximately 17% of the work force belongs to labor unions. (1) | panama/tra01/panama_mu.htm |

The word Quetzaltenango means home or place of the Quetzal. Quetzal is a beautiful freedom-loving bird whose picture is to be seen in Guatemala's national emblem and currency. The city is on the same site as the ancient Quiche kingdom and its population is 85% Indian. It is the second largest city of Guatemala with a population of 200,000, approximately five hours west of Guatemala City via public bus. Because it is 2,334 meters above sea level, it averages temperatures of 70 degrees Farenheit during the day, and its nights are cool at 45 degrees. The colorful bustling marketplace is the trading center where the natives of neighboring communities come together to exchange basic goods and the unique crafts produced in the area (1) | guatemala/spm09/guatemala_mu.html |

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There are hundreds of islands off both coasts of Panama and, because the coasts are just an hour's drive apart, you could easily spend the morning snorkelling in the Caribbean Sea and the afternoon snorkelling in the Pacific Ocean. Some of the best snorkelling and diving to be found in Central America can be found in the protected waters beside Panama's Coiba Island. Divers looking for something different might want to consider diving in the Panama Canal; not only are there wrecks to explore but also all kinds of submerged equipment left by the French when they worked on the railroad many decades ago. Surfers should check out Santa Catalina Beach, on the Azuero Peninsula, which periodically sees waves with six metre faces, though they're usually hovering around three metres. Fishing enthusiasts will be pleased to know that more deep-sea fishing records have been set at Pinas Bay, on the Pacific coast, than anywhere else in the world. You can see sea turtles in large numbers along both Panamanian coasts, although the Kunas' habit of lopping their heads off with machetes and eating them is taking a heavy toll. Cana, deep in the heart of the Darien National Park, is birding nirvana and, what's more, you're likely to find yourself alone as you take in the great green, blue-and-yellow, red-and-green and chestnut-fronted macaws. (1) | panama/tra02/pan_mu.htm |

There are three domestic airlines offering flights, mainly between Managua and Bluefields and Puerto Cabezas. Local bus services are regular and frequent, albeit very crowded. Nicaraguan buses are infamous for their pickpockets so take precautions and keep an eye on your baggage at all times. Boats are the only way to get to some places in Nicaragua, notably on the Caribbean coast and on Lago de Nicaragua. Trips down the Rio San Juan to El Castillo and San Juan del Norte are not cheap. (1) | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm |

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There is also a delightful article by Benjamin Paul called The Maya Bonesetter as Sacred Specialist , about the curanderos of San Pedro la Laguna who were famous throughout Guatemala. Benjamin Paul , an anthropologist emeritus from Stanford University, has been writing about the customs of San Pedro since he first visited there in 1940. (1) | guatemala/art02/www_artemaya_com_mu.html |

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This charming and historical island, 20km south of Panama City, has an attractive beach, some lovely protected rainforest, and is home to one of the largest colonies of Brown Pelicans in Latin America. Known as the Island of Flowers, because at certain times of the year it is filled with the aroma of sweet-smelling blooms, the island is a favourite retreat from the city. Taboga has a long history and was settled even before Panama City. There is a small church here, claimed to be second oldest in the Western Hemisphere, and Pizarro set sail from here for Peru in 1524. The island's annual festival is on 16 July, and involves nautical processions and celebrations. Taboga is a one-hour boat trip from Balboa. (1) | panama/tra02/pan_mu.htm |

This community is the most involved, together, and optimistic that I have ever encountered. Everyone is invested into its' success. Walking up the volcano behind town one morning I met Nicolas, coming down with a three-foot bag of avocados on his shoulders. He was surprised to see a gringo there, and said a pleasant "hola" and asked were I was going (suspecting that I was lost, I am sure). When I said I was just taking a walk and was in town for the ceremony, his face simply lit up. He exclaimed that it was wonderful, that before 1990 if I were to go past that very point I would not return, but that now, thanks to God and all of their very hard work, I could be free to walk wherever I wanted unmolested. (1) | guatemala/otr04/hmnrts_mu.htm |

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Time, and history, have a way of clearing up things, making them understandable to the analytical mind. 28 years ago, it is now clear that, in a sense, two things happened to the Opposition NIP. The first was that the young people of Belize City produced the United Black Association for Development (UBAD). The second was that the NIP produced, from within itself, the People's Development Movement (PDM). Except for the aberration that was the 1984 general elections, the "nyabinghi" approach of the UBAD has been in sharp conflict with the "panhandler" philosophy of the PDM ever since. The conflict between UBAD and PDM will be decided once and for all, or at least for the opening of the 21st century, in the 1998 general elections. The conflict will decide the future of Belize City's Southside. Respect must be given to the Dean Lindo leadership of the PDM in that it saw the fundamental nature of the UBAD vs PDM conflict many years before the Evan X Hyde leadership of the UBAD did. The evidence of Lindo's vision is his 1971 decision to boycott the NIPUBAD coalition which contested the Belize City Council elections that year. By 1973, the Philip Goldson-led NIP was submerged in a Unity Congress coalition which became the UDP in 1974. PDM's Dean Lindo led that coalition from 1974 to 1979. By 1982, the Liberal Party's Manuel Esquivel emerged as UDP Leader, and he has remained in that position for the last 15 years. As Leader of a disrespected NABR, Goldson is now wandering in the desert, figuratively speaking. By 1974, when Lindo was about to become Maximum Leader of the UDP, Hyde's UBAD had collapsed around him, undermined by UDP agents led by Michael Finnegan, so that for the next five years, Evan X Hyde was isolated and under socio-political onslaught from the powerful, ultra-modern UDP. Now to understand the fundamental, philosophical nature of the UBAD vs PDM conflict, you have to understand what we mean by the two mentalities - nyabinghi and panhandler. Two basic kinds of black mentalities emerged under the pressure of slavery and colonialism. There was the mentality that sought accommodation with the European rulers, accepted the master-slave dynamic, and reasoned that group liberation was impossible, hence individual success, however achieved, was the best that could be hoped for. This is the mentality that led to the panhandler approach of Lindo, Barrow, Finnegan, Lashley, Tillett, et al. They believe that the masses of black people are essentially defeated beggars, which is to say, panhandlers. PDM theorists believe that the masses of black people are for sale, and they "proved" it in 1993. PDM made extravagant, unrealistic promises to the Southside, promises they never intended to keep. And PDM won all 6 Southside seats. (The UBAD nyabinghi did not participate in 1993.) The other kind of mentality that emerged during slavery and colonialism was rebellious, nyabinghi. This mentality paid dearly for its intransigence. The nyabinghi have an unbroken record of suffering, but they have had their victories, and Independence in 1981 was the biggest of all. But Independence created confusion in Belize, because the PUP Moses had been delayed so long in his quest for it, Independence became an obsession beyond which he could not see. The UBAD nyabinghi recoiled from the post-Independence orgy which became internecine strife between the left and right wings of the PUP. And so, the aberration occurred, the alliance between the UBAD nyabinghi and the PDM panhandlers to bring down the corrupt and confused PUP of 1984. That alliance was short-lived, because, as Lindo had seen as early as 1971, the nyabinghi and the panhandlers were inveterate and permanent philosophical enemies. In 1998, the panhandlers of the PDM will try to buy out the black masses with Taiwan money. The nyabinghi of UBAD will follow their philosophy, which is that black people are more than beggars, and have the dignity and self esteem to resist the Taiwanese "mass of pottage." The face off next year in the Southside is beautiful in its simplicity and finality - UBAD vs PDM, nyabinghi vs panhandlers. In the words of Marvin Gaye, let's get it on. (1) | belize/nan01/amandala_mu.html |

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To obtain an application form go to the end of this page. PEOPLE-TO-PEOPLE LEARNING IN GUATEMALA In Quetzaltenango, the collective members (those with administrative responsibilities) as well as the teachers are either graduate students, have graduated, or are teachers at the University of San Carlos of Guatemala. The teachers in Todos Santos and La Escuela de la Montana are primary and secondary bilingual schoolteachers. They enjoy discussing Latin American literature and social issues. Their interests are varied, but all share a common vision of social justice and peace for their country. LIVE WITH A GUATEMALAN FAMILY . Students are encouraged to immerse themselves completely in the culture of Guatemala by living in local Guatemalan homes. Students at the Hermandad often build friendships with their Guatemalan families that last for years. (1) | guatemala/spm06/hermand_mu.htm |

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To travel to Guatemala, U.S. citizens must have a valid passport. A visa or tourist card is not needed for stays of up to three months (the three-month period can be extended upon application). U.S. citizens must carry identification with them at all times. For further information regarding entry requirements, travelers may contact the Embassy of Guatemala at 2220 R Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20008, tel. (202) 745-4952/3/4, or the Guatemalan consulate in Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, or San Francisco. Persons outside the United States should contact the nearest Guatemalan consulate. The government of Guatemala requires all U.S. citizens to have a valid passport to depart Guatemala. U.S. citizens whose passports are lost or stolen in Guatemala must obtain a new passport and present it, together with a police report of the loss or theft, to the main immigration office in Guatemala City to obtain permission to depart. An exit tax must be paid upon departure from the Guatemala City airport. (1) | guatemala/tra10/guatemala_mu.html |

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Toda persona a quien se impute un delito, sepresumira inocente mientras no se pruebe su culpabilidad conforme a laley y en juicio publico, en el que se le aseguren todas las garantiasnecesarias para su defensa. La persona detenida debe ser informada de manera inmediata y comprensible, desus derechos y de las razones de su detencion, no pudiendo ser obligadaa declarar. Se garantiza al detenido la asistencia de defensor en lasdiligencias de los organos auxiliares de la administracion dejusticia y en los procesos judiciales, en los terminos que la leyestablezca. Las declaraciones que se obtengan sin la voluntad de la persona carecen devalor; quien asi las obtuviese y empleare incurrira enresponsabilidad penal. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

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Toda persona puede expresar y difundir libremente suspensamientos siempre que no subvierta el orden publico, ni lesione lamoral, el honor, ni la vida privada de los demas. El ejercicio de estederecho no estara sujeto a previo examen, censura ni caucion;pero los que haciendo uso de el, infrinjan las leyes, responderanpor el delito que cometan. En ningun caso podra secuestrarse, como instrumento de delito, laimprenta, sus accesorios o cualquier otro medio destinado a la difusiondel pensamiento. No podran ser objeto de estatizacion o nacionalizacion, yasea por expropiacion o cualquier otro procedimiento, las empresas que sedediquen a la comunicacion escrita, radiada o televisada, y demasempresas de publicaciones. Esta prohibicion es aplicable a las accioneso cuotas sociales de sus propietarios. Las empresas mencionadas no podran establecer tarifas distintas o hacer cualquier otro tipo de discriminacion por el caracterpolitico o religioso de lo que se publique. Se reconoce el derecho de respuesta como una proteccion a los derechos ygarantias fundamentales de la persona. Los espectaculos publicos podran ser sometidos a censuraconforme a la ley. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

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Today apparel accounts for more then 90% of goods manufactured for export. Most companies operate under the "807" clause of the US customs regulations that allows for duty-free re importation to the US of clothing assembled in a CB (Caribbean Basin) country using US cloth. Other goods already manufactured are shoes, furniture, wood ornaments, refrigerators and wire harness for cars. Other possibilities for export oriented manufacturing are fabric or leather bags, electrical assemblies, connector assemblies, vinyl and wooden windows, medium to large sail and motor boats, sails and other marine articles, light metal assemblies and automotive sub-assemblies. (1) | honduras/bus02/offshore_mfg_mu.html |

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Todo funcionario civil o militar, antes de tomarposesion de su cargo, protestara bajo su palabra de honor, serfiel a la Republica, cumplir y hacer cumplir la Constitucion,atendiendose a su texto cualesquiera que fueren las leyes, decretos,ordenes o resoluciones que la contrarien, prometiendo,ademas, el exacto cumplimiento de los deberes que el cargo le imponga,por cuya infraccion sera responsable conforme a las leyes. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Todo menor tiene derecho a vivir en condiciones familiaresy ambientales que le permitan su desarrollo integral, para lo cualtendra la proteccion del Estado. La ley determinara los debere s del Estado y creara lasinstituciones para la proteccion de la maternidad y de la infancia. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

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Todo proyecto de ley, despues de discutido yapr obado, se trasladara a mas tardar dentro de diez diasal Organo Ejecutivo, y si este no tuviere objeciones, le dara susancion y lo hara publicar como ley. No sera necesaria la sancion del Organo Ejecutivo en los casos delos ordinales 1o., 2o., 3o., 4o., 14o., 15o., 16o., 17o., 18o., 19o., 20o.,32o., 34o., 35o., 36o. y 37o. del Art. 131 de esta Constitucion y en losantejuicios en que conozca la Asamblea. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

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Todos los funcionarios y empleados publicos,incluyendo los de Instituciones Oficiales Autonomas y los Miembros de laFuerza Armada, esta aacute;n en la obligacion de colaborar con lascomisiones especiales de la Asamblea Legislativa; y la comparecencia ydeclaracion de aquellos asi como las de cualquier otra persona,requerida por las mencionadas comisiones, seran obligatorias bajo losmismos apercibimientos que se observan en el procedimiento judicial. Las conclusiones de las comisiones especiales de investigacion de laAsamblea Legislativa no seran vinculadas para los tribunales, noafectara ;n los procedimientos o las resoluciones judiciales, sinperjuicio de que el resultado sea comunicado a la Fiscalia General de laRepublica para el ejercicio de acciones pertinentes. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Todos los habitantes de la Republica tienen elderecho y el deber de recibir educacion parvularia y basica quelos capacite para desempenarse como ciudadanos utiles. El Estadopromovera la formac ion de centros de educacion especial. La educacion parvularia, basica y especial sera gratuitacuando la imparta el Estado. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

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Travel south to Central America with UNO's international summer school program in San Ramon, Costa Rica. A variety of credit courses dealing with the history, geography, culture, ecology, biology, and language of Central America will be offered in this scenic mountainous region just 40 miles from the capital, San Jose. Excursions throughout Costa Rica are planned. (1) | costarica/etp04/costacs_mu.html |

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Troyano, quien ingresa a la Sala Civil, tiene una reputada practica como funcionario judicial y de comercio, en especial en materia de propiedad industrial y contractual. Por su parte, Dixon, quien se suma a la sala penal, cuenta con un extenso curriculum en temas sociales afines a su disciplina. Les deseamos suerte. El resto esta en sus manos. (1) | panama/nan01/index_mu.html |

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Trujillo's National Parks - Honduras Notebook (2) | honduras/otr03/honparks_mu.html | honduras/otr03/honparks_mu.html |

Tu propia pagina WEB economica (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

Tunkul, a Copan restaurant specializing in beef or chicken burrittos, is just down from the museum in the center of town. They are open for both lunch and dinner. Good service, good food and nice ambience. (1) | honduras/tra03/travel_mu.html |

Tur Casa [illegible] (1) | crwww/eco09/www_microempresa_or_cr_mu.html |

Turismo (2) | crwww/gov04/www_rree_go_cr_mu.html | honduras/nan03/www_laprensahn_com_mu.html |

Turismo (5) | nicaragua/nan02/www_ciberdiario_com_ni_mu.html | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html | panama/gen04/castellano_mu.html | salvador/nan02/www_elsalvador_com_mu.html |

Turismo Ecologico (1) | panama/tra04/index_mu.html |

Turismo Nacional (1) | honduras/res03/www_hondunet_net_mu.html |

Turismo en Costa Rica (1) | costarica/nis02/www_cr_mu.html |

Turismo en Quetzaltenango (1) | guatemala/www09/~chochi_mu.html |

Turismo. (2) | guatemala/nan08/www_prensalibre_com_mu.html | panama/res01/www_pa_mu.html |

Turismo. el Salvador (1) | salvador/tra02/index_mu.htm |

Turmoil in Toledo (1) | belize/nan01/amandala_mu.html |

Turquoise Systems Group (1) | belize/tra02/belize_mu.html |

Tutor de Internet (1) | guatemala/res07/www_usac_edu_gt_mu.html |

Two bank robbers apprehended (1) | honduras/nan02/htw_mu.html |

Typewriter applet, Copyright 1996 Sun Microsystems, Inc., all rights reserved. (1) | nicaragua/sus02/www_sdnnic_org_ni_mu.html |

U N D P (1) | honduras/res05/www_un_hn_mu.html |

U N F P A (1) | honduras/res05/www_un_hn_mu.html |

U N I C E F (1) | honduras/res05/www_un_hn_mu.html |

U N I D O (1) | honduras/res05/www_un_hn_mu.html |

U n total de diez personas, seis de ellas panamenas y cuatro estadounidenses, murieron ayer al estrellarse contra un cerro la avioneta en la que viajaban a la comarca indigena de San Blas, en el Atlantico panameno, cerca de la frontera con Colombia, informo una fuente oficial. (1) | honduras/nan03/www_laprensahn_com_mu.html |

U.N Report (related to salvadorian baby snatching) (1) | guatemala/www02/guatemala_mu.html |

U.S. Agency for International Development (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

U.S. Citizen Property Claims (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

U.S. Department of Commerce (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

U.S. Embassy Managua Home Page (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

U.S. Trade Representative (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

U.S. University Credit Units (1) | guatemala/spm02/casa_mu.html |

U.S. citizens are subject to the laws of the country in which they are traveling. A 1992 anti-narcotics trafficking law in Guatemala provides tough penalties for possession, use, or trafficking in illegal drugs. Those arrested on drug charges, even for simple possession of very small amounts, can expect to spend several months in jail before their case is decided. Convicted offenders can expect lengthy jail sentences and fines. (1) | guatemala/tra10/guatemala_mu.html |

U.S. citizens may register at the Consular Section of the U.S. Embassy in Guatemala City, and may also obtain updated information on travel and security within Guatemala. The U.S. Embassy in Guatemala is located at Avenida la Reforma 7-01 in Zone 10, Guatemala City, tel. (502) 331-1541. Consular Section hours for American Citizen Services are 8 (1) | guatemala/tra10/guatemala_mu.html |

U.S. tour (1) | costarica/art02/gold_mu.htm |

U.S.-Nicaraguan Trade Statistics 1997 (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

UALR Home Page (1) | guatemala/www02/guatemala_mu.html |

UAM (1) | nicaragua/res10/www_uam_rain_ni_mu.html |

UCA (4) | salvador/aca02/procind_mu.html | salvador/aca03/ecaind_mu.html | salvador/res04/svnet_mu.html | salvador/res06/www_uca_edu_sv_mu.html |

ULatina Costa Rica (1) | panama/res03/www_ulat_ac_pa_mu.html |

ULatina Panama (1) | panama/res03/www_ulat_ac_pa_mu.html |

UNAH (1) | honduras/res03/www_hondunet_net_mu.html |

UNDER CONSTRUCTION (1) | salvador/res01/www_amschool_edu_sv_mu.html |

UNFPA (1) | nicaragua/res04/~unfpanic_mu.html |

UNFPA (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

UNIDADES (1) | crwww/edu10/www_una_ac_cr_mu.html |

UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL (1) | crwww/edu10/www_una_ac_cr_mu.html |

UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLOGICA DE PANAMA. UP. 1981 (1) | panama/res06/www_utp_ac_pa_mu.html |

UNO (1) | costarica/etp04/costacs_mu.html |

UNO-Costa Rica (1) | costarica/etp04/costacs_mu.html |

UNO-Costa Rica Brochure (1) | costarica/etp04/costacs_mu.html |

UNO-Costa Rica photo album! (1) | costarica/etp04/costacs_mu.html |

UPDATED (2) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html | panama/gen05/stri_mu.htm |

UPDATED (3) | panama/gen05/stri_mu.htm | panama/gen05/stri_mu.htm | panama/gen05/stri_mu.htm |

URL's about Nicaragua. (1) | nicaragua/www01/www_nicaragua-online_com_mu.html |

URNG (1) | guatemala/otr01/index_mu.html |

US AID 1996 (4) | honduras/eco02/honcen_mu.html | nicaragua/eco04/niccen_mu.html | panama/eco02/pancen_mu.html | salvador/eco03/escen_mu.html |

US Embassy Managua (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

US INTELLIGENCE OBJECTIVES AND PROGRAMS IN GUATEMALA (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

US intelligence officials in Guatemala and Washington worked to support overall US policy objectives in Guatemala. For the CIA in particular these objectives entailed recruiting human sources of intelligence, called "assets," and developing a close liaison relationship with the Guatemalan security services. The station's traditional foreign intelligence collection activities continued fundamentally unchanged over the period we examined. The intelligence produced by the station (as well as by other collectors) proved valuable at times to the embassy and other policy makers. In particular, these intelligence consumers found some of the reporting helpful in providing information not available to embassy political officers. Several reports on human rights violations also served as the bases for US diplomatic protests and other diplomatic actions. (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

USAC. Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala (1) | guatemala/res07/www_usac_edu_gt_mu.html |

USAID Nicaragua (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

USAID/Nicaragua PVO Co-Financing Project (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

USDA Foreign Agricultural Service (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

USDA GSM-102 Credit Guarantee Program (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

USDA Programa de Garantia de Credito (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

USGS-NEIC (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

USR Pilot 5000 (1) | nicaragua/tra05/jordi_mu.html |

USTED PUEDE PONER AQUI EL LOGOTIPO DE SU EMPRESA CON ENLACE A SU PAGINA WEB (1) | nicaragua/nan02/www_ciberdiario_com_ni_mu.html |

UT LANIC (1) | salvador/nis05/interca_mu.html |

UT-LANIC (1) | guatemala/spm10/schools_mu.html |

UT-LANIC (4) | honduras/eco02/honcen_mu.html | nicaragua/eco04/niccen_mu.html | panama/eco02/pancen_mu.html | salvador/eco03/escen_mu.html |

UTP (1) | panama/res06/www_utp_ac_pa_mu.html |

Ubicacion (2) | crwww/eco04/www_bancosta_fi_cr_mu.html | crwww/eco04/www_bancosta_fi_cr_mu.html |

Ud. es el visitante No. (1) | honduras/nan04/www_latribuna_hn_mu.html |

Ud. es el visitante No. (2) | guatemala/res02/168_234_32_2_mu.html | honduras/bus01/default_mu.htm |

Ud. es nuestro visitante No. (1) | nicaragua/nan02/www_ciberdiario_com_ni_mu.html |

Ultima Actualizacion (5) | costarica/art01/arte_mu.html | panama/art02/panamarock_mu.html | panama/res01/www_pa_mu.html | panama/res06/www_utp_ac_pa_mu.html | panama/tra04/index_mu.html |

Ultima actualizacion (5) | costarica/pol06/www_pusc_or_cr_mu.html | crwww/sus04/parquesnac_mu.html | honduras/hum02/www_codeh_hondunet_net_mu.html | salvador/art01/bien_mu.html | salvador/res03/www_esen_edu_sv_mu.html |

Ultima actualizacion 17/12/97 (1) | salvador/aca01/principal_mu.htm |

Ultima actualizacion 18/09/97 (1) | costarica/nis02/www_cr_mu.html |

Ultima actualizacion, Miercoles 3 de Julio de 1997 (1) | panama/gov03/mhytdgi_mu.html |

Ultima acualizacion (1) | salvador/gov03/~cultura_mu.html |

Ultima modificacion (1) | guatemala/res01/www_incap_org_gt_mu.html |

Ultima modificacion 17-VI-97 (1) | guatemala/res03/www_uvg_edu_gt_mu.html |

Ultima revision (2) | guatemala/www09/~chochi_mu.html | nicaragua/nan05/index_mu.html |

Un Consejo Superior de Salud Publica velarapor la salud del pueblo. Es tara formado por igual numero derepresentantes de los gremios medico, odontologico,quimico-farmaceutico y medico veterinario (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Un Gobierno (1) | costarica/gov03/www_casapres_go_cr_mu.html |

Un Gobierno en Accion (1) | crwww/gov03/www_presidente_go_cr_mu.html |

Un aporte de (1) | nicaragua/www03/boletina_mu.html |

Un articulo de Juan Fernando Cifuentes sobre el levantamiento de los cadetes de la escuela Politecnica en contra de los "liberacionistas" en 1954 (1) | guatemala/art03/lit_mu.html |

Un comunicado del Campeonato Nacional de Beisbol revelo que el pelotero Norman Cardoze del San Fernando fue el mejor bateador del ano pasado con 411 puntos producto de 133 imparables en 324 turnos... (1) | nicaragua/nan03/www_notifax_com_mu.html |

Un mismo juez no puede serlo en diversas instancias en unamisma causa. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Un proyecto conjunto del Consejo de la Tierra y CONAMA de Guatemala con financiamiento de la Fundacion Ford (1) | guatemala/sus01/conam_mu.htm |

Una de esas unidades es el Programa FLACSO Costa Rica, creado en noviembre de 1992 por el Consejo Superior de la Institucion, a partir de las actividades academicas (investigacion, docencia, asistencia tecnica y difusion) que la Secretaria General habia venido desarrollando en la subregion centroamericana desde principios de los anos ochenta. Acorde con los objetivos generales de la FLACSO , el Programa Costa Rica realiza actividades de investigacion, docencia y cooperacion tecnica dirigidas a sectores academicos relacionados con las ciencias sociales, a funcionario del sector social de las instituciones publicas, a personal de instituciones de cooperacion y de ONG, asi como a otros sectores profesionales interesados. Aunque el Programa realiza sus actividades en Costa Rica, su perspectiva es centroamericana, es decir, que sus investigaciones, programas docentes y publicaciones, generalmente se dirigen a la subregion como conjunto. Las areas tematicas de trabajo son las siguientes (1) | costarica/aca02/flacsocr_mu.html |

Una finca ubicada en el distrito de Bejuco, canton de Nandayure, provincia de Guanacaste, no fue incluida en la declaracion de bienes que el candidato liberacionista, Jose Miguel Corrales, presento ante la Contraloria General de la Republica, el 10 de diciembre pasado. (1) | costarica/pol01/home_elecciones_mu.html |

Una ley especial regulara lo pertinente al retirode los funcionarios y empleados publicos y municipales, la cualfijara los porcentajes de jubilacion a que estostendran derecho de acue rdo a los anos de prestacion deservicio y a los salarios devengados. El monto de la jubilacion que se perciba estara exento de todoimpuesto o tasa fiscal y municipal. La misma ley debera establecer las demaaacu te;s prestaciones a quetendra derecho los servidores publicos y municipales. (1) | salvador/gov04/elsalvador_mu.html |

Una mas y rompo (1) | nicaragua/nan04/www_laprensa_com_ni_mu.html |

Una severa critica a la corrupcion gubernamental y una exhortacion a cesar esta mala practica, hizo el Cardenal Miguel Obando y Bravo, durante su homilia en la tradicional misa de ano nuevo en la Catedral de Managua, al termino de la llamada procesion de los varones, a la que cada dia asisten mas mujeres. Cuando "el regimen se orienta hacia el bien privado del que gobierna y no hacia el bien comun de los pueblos, tendremos un regimen injusto y perverso", dijo el Cardenal, suscitando murmullos de aprobacion entre la multitud que lleno los alrededores de la Catedral. El purpurado cito en varias ocasiones al Papa Juan Pablo II para darle mas fuerza a su condena a la corrupcion gubernamental. Para erradicar la corrupcion, dijo, "se requiere, ademas de la voluntad tenaz de las autoridades, la colaboracion generosa de todos los ciudadanos, sostenidos por una fuerte conciencia moral". Ante unos cinco mil feligreses, incluyendo al Presidente de la Republica, licenciado en Derecho Arnoldo Aleman y varios de los principales miembros del gabinete de gobierno, Obando expreso que "urge una cultura de la legalidad. No se puede pasar por alto el vicio de la corrupcion que socava el desarrollo politico de tantos pueblos. La corrupcion es dificil de contrarrestar porque adopta multiples formas, sofocada en un area, rebrota a veces en otra. El hecho mismo de denunciarla requiere valor" (1) | nicaragua/nan02/www_ciberdiario_com_ni_mu.html |

Under Construction (1) | guatemala/spm10/schools_mu.html |

Unemployment and Underemployment (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

Unfortunately, internal flights only operate between Guatemala City and Flores. Buses link most places cheaply and relatively painlessly, although roads in El Peten often turn into muddy mires or disappear altogether during the rainy season, and there are minibuses operating between some of the more popular tourist sites. Some of Guatemala's national parks are only accessible by boat. (1) | guatemala/tra08/gua_mu.htm |

Unfpanic (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

Unidad de Investigacion y Desarrollo (1) | panama/res06/www_utp_ac_pa_mu.html |

Unidad de Investigacion y Desarrollo - PANNet (2) | panama/res01/www_pa_mu.html | panama/tra04/index_mu.html |

Unidad de Redes y Comunicaciones (1) | guatemala/res07/www_usac_edu_gt_mu.html |

United Nations (1) | nicaragua/res09/~un_mu.html |

United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (1) | nicaragua/res09/~un_mu.html |

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (1) | nicaragua/res09/~un_mu.html |

United Nations Trade Point Development Center (1) | crwww/bus01/www_cinde_or_cr_mu.html |

United States Department of State (1) | nicaragua/eco02/wwwhcom_mu.html |

United States Intervention, 1909-33 (1) | nicaragua/gen03/nitoc_mu.html |

Univ. of Cantabria (1) | salvador/www01/index_mu.html |

Universidad Americana (1) | nicaragua/res10/www_uam_rain_ni_mu.html |

Universidad Americana (UAM) (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

Universidad Catolica (UNICA) (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

Universidad Centroamericana (1) | nicaragua/res12/www_uca_rain_ni_mu.html |

Universidad Centroamericana (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

Universidad Centroamericana (UCA) (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

Universidad Centroamericana Jose Simeon Canas (2) | salvador/res04/svnet_mu.html | salvador/www01/index_mu.html |

Universidad Don Bosco (1) | salvador/res04/svnet_mu.html |

Universidad Francisco Marroquin (2) | guatemala/res06/www_url_edu_gt_mu.html | guatemala/res07/www_usac_edu_gt_mu.html |

Universidad Latina (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

Universidad Latina de Panama (1) | panama/res03/www_ulat_ac_pa_mu.html |

Universidad Mariano Galvez (2) | guatemala/res06/www_url_edu_gt_mu.html | guatemala/res07/www_usac_edu_gt_mu.html |

Universidad Mobile (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

Universidad Nacional (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Honduras (1) | honduras/res06/www_unah_hondunet_net_mu.html |

Universidad Nacional de Ingenieria (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

Universidad Nacional de Ingenieria (UNI) (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

Universidad Rafael Landivar (1) | guatemala/res07/www_usac_edu_gt_mu.html |

Universidad Rafael Landivar. 1961-1996. 35 Anos. Somos Landivarianos. (1) | guatemala/res06/www_url_edu_gt_mu.html |

Universidad Unan Leon (1) | nicaragua/res15/www_ni_mu.html |

Universidad de Costa Rica (1) | crwww/edu08/www_ucr_ac_cr_mu.html |

Universidad de Costa Rica - UCR (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

Universidad de El Salvador (1) | salvador/res04/svnet_mu.html |

Universidad de El Salvador Centro America (1) | salvador/res04/svnet_mu.html |

Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala (2) | guatemala/org05/huelga_mu.html | guatemala/res06/www_url_edu_gt_mu.html |

Universidad de las Mujeres (2) | nicaragua/www02/~puntos_mu.html | nicaragua/www02/~puntos_mu.html |

Universidad del Valle (2) | guatemala/res06/www_url_edu_gt_mu.html | guatemala/res07/www_usac_edu_gt_mu.html |

Universidad del Valle de Guatemala. 1966. UVG. (1) | guatemala/res03/www_uvg_edu_gt_mu.html |

Universidades USA (1) | nicaragua/res13/www_unanleon_edu_ni_mu.html |

Universities (2) | belize/www04/www_belizeweb_com_mu.html | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm |

Universities and Schools in Guatemala (1) | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm |

Universities, schools, and language schools for Spanish. (1) | guatemala/www01/guatem_mu.htm |

University College of Belize. Est. 19?80?. E Tenebris Lux (1) | belize/www06/www_ucb_edu_bz_mu.html |

University Of San Carlos (1) | guatemala/etp05/~sisteru_mu.html |

University of Kansas (1) | costarica/art02/gold_mu.htm |

University of Oregon (1) | guatemala/etp05/~sisteru_mu.html |

University of Texas - Austin (1) | costarica/gen03/tropinet_mu.html |

University of Texas LANIC (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

Unlike most other countries in the world, Costa Rica has no army, choosing instead to spend its tax dollars on education and health care for its citizens. (1) | costarica/tra02/costa_mu.htm |

Unlike the rest of Nicaragua, the Caribbean coast was never colonised (1) | nicaragua/tra04/nic_mu.htm |

Unwanted (1) | costarica/tra13/bbb_or_cr_mu.html |

Up (1) | guatemala/spm09/guatemala_mu.html |

Up One Level (1) | costarica/eco02/costaric_mu.htm |

Up to Date with APENN (1) | nicaragua/res02/www_apenn_org_ni_mu.html |

Upcoming publications about Honduras geology (1) | honduras/aca01/~krautara_mu.html |

Updated (4) | guatemala/spm06/hermand_mu.htm | panama/www01/panama_mu.html | panama/www01/panama_mu.html | panama/www01/panama_mu.html |

Updated 12/12/97 (1) | nicaragua/pol01/www_nfdd_org_mu.html |

Updated 9/18/97 (1) | costarica/tra05/costarica_mu.html |

Updated September 20, 1997. (1) | panama/www01/panama_mu.html |

Updated information on Guatemalan adoption procedures and the U.S.immigrant visa application process is available from the Consular Section of the U.S. Embassy. Prospective adoptive parents are urged to check with the Consular Section to be sure that their child's adoption is complete before traveling to Guatemala to apply for their child's immigrant visa. Adoptive parents are also urged to carry with them complete adoption paperwork when traveling with their adopted child to, from, and within Guatemala. Additional information is available from the Office of Children's Issues, CA/OCS/CI, Room 4811, Department of State, Washington, D.C. 20520, tel. (202) 736-7000. Care should be taken in swimming in the waters along the Pacific Coast of Guatemala. Riptides are frequent and the undertow is strong. There were three reported drownings of American citizens in the first six months of 1997 alone. (1) | guatemala/tra10/guatemala_mu.html |

Updated on April 13, 1996 (1) | crwww/sus02/igprk_mu.htm |

Updated! 1997 Directory of Spanish Language Schools (1) | guatemala/spm10/schools_mu.html |

Upon learning of the allegation of Colonel Alpirez's involvement in the death of Michael DeVine, CIA officials within the DO and the Office of General Counsel agreed that the matter should be referred to DOJ. This was done on November 18, 1991. Although the CIA initially conveyed the crimes report in a manner designed to set it apart from the routine, the report apparently was considered routine by the Department of Justice. DOJ investigated the allegation, but did not uncover all of the relevant background information. DOJ did not find the matter to fall within US jurisdiction, though it never formally closed the case. We find the performance of both the CIA and DOJ to have been less thorough than warranted. In particular, we believe that the CIA failed to communicate information that would have led to a more vigorous DOJ investigation, though we believe that this failure did not violate a legal obligation, nor do we believe that it affected DOJ's ultimate determination in the case. As a result of its Inspector General's investigation, DOJ has implemented new internal procedures to track crimes reports better and has entered into a new Memorandum of Understanding with the intelligence agencies to ensure that significant crimes reports receive special attention in the future. DOJ has also thoroughly reinvestigated the DeVine case and found no basis for US jurisdiction. (1) | guatemala/otr02/iob_mu.htm |

Useful Links for Teaching and Learning Spanish (1) | guatemala/spm10/schools_mu.html |

Using the extensive stock photography files of photographer Tony Rath, we will take you thru the jungles of the world's first jaguar sanctuary, along the coral reefs of the second largest barrier reef in the world, and to the top of Mayan temples deep in the forest. (1) | belize/www02/www_belizenet_com_mu.html |

Usted es el Visitante (1) | crwww/eco04/www_bancosta_fi_cr_mu.html |

Usted es el lector numero (1) | salvador/nan04/la_prensa_grafica_mu.html |

Usted es el visitante (4) | costarica/gov03/www_casapres_go_cr_mu.html | costarica/nis02/www_cr_mu.html | panama/gen01/www_ancon_org_mu.html | salvador/www04/welcome_mu.htm |

Usted es el visitante No. (1) | nicaragua/gov01/www_asamblea_gob_ni_mu.html |

Usted es el visitante desde el 25/Agosto/1997 (1) | crwww/edu01/www_catie_ac_cr_mu.html |

Usted es el visitante numero (4) | costarica/nan03/univ_mu.html | guatemala/res04/www_ufm_edu_gt_mu.html | panama/res06/www_utp_ac_pa_mu.html | salvador/gov03/~cultura_mu.html |

Usted es el visitante numero (1) | panama/res01/www_pa_mu.html |

Usted es nuestro huesped (1) | salvador/gov05/consalvamia_mu.html |

Usted es nuestro visitante No. (1) | guatemala/res03/www_uvg_edu_gt_mu.html |

Usted es nuestro visitante numero (1) | panama/gen04/castellano_mu.html |

Usted ha sido la persona numero (1) | honduras/res06/www_unah_hondunet_net_mu.html |

Usuarios (2) | nicaragua/res07/nicarao_apc_org_ni_mu.html | nicaragua/sus02/www_sdnnic_org_ni_mu.html |

Usulutan (1) | salvador/res02/www_sv_mu.html |

Utilidades (1) | panama/res03/www_ulat_ac_pa_mu.html |

Utilities (1) | nicaragua/res06/www_ibw_com_ni_mu.html |

VEA ESTOS (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

VEA ESTOS MARAVILLOSOS TESTIMONIOS (1) | guatemala/www08/main_mu.htm |

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