The meeting, held in this capital recently, brought together presidents, former presidents, ministers, legislators, activists and thinkers, both virtually and in person, with the objective of reaching consensus and articulating ideas to make this model possible in the most unequal region of the planet.
In order to summarize what were two days of intense debates marked by high academic rigor and deep knowledge of the continent’s reality, we could narrow the most important issues to three.
First, the need to establish mechanisms for integration, to reform the dynamics of political, economic and social relations within Latin America and with the rest of the world under the maxim of respect for the sovereignty and self-determination of the peoples.
Second, the analysis of the strategies of the right wing to prevent the realization of progressive and leftist political projects through actions in total disrespect of democratic values, institutionalism of the countries and the popular will expressed at the ballots.
Finally, the implementation of a Solidarity Model of Development for Latin America that seeks, among other things, to overcome social inequality, a new economic policy, the transition to ecological modes of production, and a new democratic institutional framework.