MADRID, Nov. 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Dionisio Gutiérrez, president of Fundación Libertad y Desarrollo and host of the television program Razón de Estado, was a speaker together with important political, literary, academic and business figures from Ibero-America at the events of link celebration, chaired by Mario Vargas Llosa, Nobel Prize for Literature.
In one of the conferences, Gutiérrez pointed out: "We are at the gates of a new global order, the digital order. Politics and democracy are degraded and the elites are not up to the task. This increases the risks for Latin America ".
Among those attending the event were former presidents José María Aznar; Felipe Calderón and Iván Duque, from Spain, Mexico and Colombia, the former mayor of Madrid, Ana Botella; the president of the People's Party of Spain, Alberto Núñez Feijóo; the intellectuals Álvaro Vargas LLosa, Juan Luis Cebrián, Roberto Salinas and Enrique Ghersi, among other personalities.
Dionisio Gutiérrez also offered a few words of praise and congratulated Mario Vargas Llosa for his work in defending liberal values in Ibero-America: "Dear Mario, the word thank you is too small on a day like today. It's 20 years of FIL , but it is a lifetime of battles for freedom. To the words respect and admiration, the most important is added: gratitude. This world needs leaders, intellectuals like you! … And women too. "
Days before, Dr. Gutierrez also participated as a speaker at the event "Madrid: capital of Ibero-American internationalization" where he met with presidents Luis Lacalle Pou, from Uruguay, and Guillermo Lasso, from Ecuador, among other Ibero-American figures.
Dionisio Gutiérrez is a businessman, intellectual and activist, with a doctorate in Sociology and Political Science. He is president of the Latin American think-tank Fundación Libertad y Desarrollo and hosts the Razón de Estado television program every week, which is broadcast in several countries in the region.
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