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Obama Discusses Immigration with Central American Presidents
rachelaguiar | April 19, 2009 at 07:35 pmby
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“There’s another attitude, totally different, in Obama’s behavior: more openness, more dialogue, more respect. There are good prospects,” said Zelaya, one of the leaders in the region who has been most critical of the United States and an ally of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in the Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas, or ALBA.