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Link | 8:58 AM 3/28/2012 | Puerto Rico falls short of pediatricians - Mayra Bonnet, incoming president of the Puerto Rican Society of Pediatrics

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8:58 AM 3/28/2012 | Puerto Rico falls short of pediatricians - Mayra Bonnet, incoming president of the Puerto Rican Society of Pediatrics, and Gary Tosca, outgoing president - Puerto Rico se queda cor...

Puerto Rico se queda corto de pediatras. http://www.primerahora.com/puertoricosequedacortodepediatras-629622.html. En

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  1. Dear Partner,

    Since the United Nations determined in 1960 that colonialism is a crime against humanity, there is no longer a need for plebiscites. The solution is to give Puerto Rico her sovereignty.

    But being the United States government does not want to, it continues to advocate the use of plebiscites to find out what Puerto Ricans want. Even if 100% of Puerto Ricans would want to continue being a US colony, Puerto Rico would still be obligated to accept her sovereignty to then decide what she wants to do.

    The only thing these plebiscites are good for is to divide Puerto Ricans. A Puerto Rican didn’t invade us to make us a colony. When will we understand that we need to unite?

    This is why we must peacefully protest at least 3 times a year until Puerto Rico is decolonized!

    José M López Sierra
    www.TodosUnidosDescolonizarPR.blogspot.com

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