Well good events which, however, have its counterpart, very, very bad. For example, is good, very good, that the coverage of the health care system has increased and in some municipalities having either high rates. But it is bad, very bad that there is even a Colombian citizen who does not have who will give you medical care when it is affected by a bad of health. It is good, very good that kidnapping figures have decreased, but it is bad, very bad there are still thousands of kidnapped people, among them some of whom nobody remembers because they are not exchangeable military on an eventual humanitarian agreement and are abducted not only by the insensitivity of his captors but ignominious oblivion force and the dark shadow of anonymity. And very. But too bad that also has a single, albeit a single victim of the most unfortunate of all elements of the armed conflict.
Good, very good, that fall, although no one creates it or feel it, unemployment rates. Bad, very bad, there are still millions of countrymen for whom poverty is the only real alternative and begging is the only way to survive. Good, very good that it has increased coverage in public education and more children to attend classes. But bad, very bad that continued overcrowding, scarcity of media and teaching resources and quality questioned by the results. Well, very good that a greater number of people have cell phones and Internet access.
Bad, very bad, on the other hand, family communication follow deteriorated. The parents little talk with their children and a greater number of households see their stability threatened by lack of a little, albeit a little time dedicated to communication. Good, very good technology is in the hands of one increasingly larger number of people. Bad, very bad, however, that youth and a good part of the population, have turned their backs on the book, the best invention of all time. Good, very good, allow women to make autonomous and wise decisions about her own body. Bad, very bad that such decisions be contrary to life in the case of the existence a small body whose heart beats in the womb. BY: ALEJANDRO TERESA MART?NEZ Alejandro Rutto Martinez is a writer and journalist italo-colombiano who also teaches in several universities. He is the author of four books on ethics and leadership and is contained in three anthologies of Colombian authors. Contact to the cel. 300 8055526 or email. Please read their writings in MAICAO to D?A page in which you will find writings, chronicles and beautiful parts of the Colombian literature.