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Demócratas desean renegociar TLC con Panamá

Obama enfrenta presión progresista para que no ratifique Libre Comercio con Panamá

David Sirota

21 de mayo (Bloomberg) – EE.UU. Un acuerdo comercial con Panamá, al cual se oponen los sindicatos, no será presentado al Congreso para su aprobación hasta que el presidente Barack Obama ofrezca un nuevo marco para el comercio, dijo un oficial de la administración.

La decisión, anunciada por el Asistente del Representante de Comercio de EE.UU. Everett Eissenstat, en una audiencia del Comité de Finanzas del Senado hoy, es una reversión de las declaraciones en marzo de que los EE.UU. quería pasar el acuerdo en breve.

Los comentarios de Eissenstat son posteriores a los comentarios de John Sweeney, el jefe de la AFL-CIO, la federación de trabajadores, donde los sindicatos se oponen a las prisas por ratificar el acuerdo. También hoy, 55 demócratas de la Cámara indicaron a la Presidenta de dicha cámara, Nancy Pelosi a rechazar el acuerdo de Panamá a menos que sea renegociado.

Uno de los puntos que se discute es que Panamá es un paraíso fiscal.

[*] http://www.openleft.com/diary/13151/trade-reform-begins-glacial-move-via-the-changing-debate-over-panama