Economy: Indecopi denies reducing University Club debt in favor of Gremco

On December 18, 2019, the University Sports Club submitted a request to Indecopi to reduce the debt that the club has against Gremco Corp SAC, the majority creditor of the club’s debt and the current president of the creditors’ meeting, looking to get rid of your debt completely.

Now, Indecopi denied the request of the “U”. In this sense, Gremco remains the majority creditor of the club and, therefore, will retain his position as president of the team’s creditors’ meeting.

Reason for reduction

The “U” argued that Gremco had generated several income thanks to advertisements made at the Monumental Stadium while said company managed the premises.

In that sense, they considered that Gremco’s credit should be reduced by an amount equivalent to the income generated by these advertisements, equivalent to US $ 32,858,321.37, according to the “U”.

The “U” argued that, since the debt they have with Gremco amounts to US $ 16,159,151.19, the income generated by the advertisements would have paid back what was owed by the soccer team.

However, Indecopi indicated that the documents presented by the University Club did not constitute reliable proof nor did they prove that Gremco received the income that the club estimated, nor the amount of said income., for which he declared his request unfounded.

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Peruvian Soccer: 【UPDATED】 Table of positions Liga 1 2020 Apertura Tournament | Date 1

A lot of football. This week the date 13 of the and one of the most attractive matches of the day is the meeting of Alianza Lima and César Vallejo on Monday and Tuesday, with Carlos A. Mannucci. You can follow the whole day on the EL BOCÓN website.

In this note we leave you how the League 1 position table is moving while the date 13 of the Apertura Tournament is played

This is matchday 13 of the Apertura Tournament according to the League 1 schedule.

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Higher education: all you need to know for the start of the academic year

PObligatory mask wear, hand disinfection, direction of movement signposted in buildings and safety distances. Two weeks after the schoolchildren, some 210,000 higher education students in Wallonia and Brussels will return to audiences from Monday for a new academic year out of the ordinary due to the Covid-19 crisis.

As announced at the end of August already, and in view of the epidemiological situation of the country, this re-entry into higher education will be in “code yellow” (weak circulation of the virus).

After a 2019-2020 year turned upside down by the pandemic which had forced the establishments to organize their distance learning courses at short notice, the objective is now to ensure a maximum of face-to-face learning, a method considered more effective.

According to the prescriptions of the Minister of Higher Education Valérie Glatigny (MR), higher establishments are nevertheless invited to reduce the physical presence of their students on their premises by 25%, which will require the maintenance of certain distance courses.

Face-to-face teaching is however strongly recommended for first-year students (who logically do not yet master the codes of higher education), as well as for students in the graduation year (end of bachelor, end of master; Editor’s note) .

Apart from the unprecedented health measures, this re-entry into higher education will not be marked by any major organizational change. These are expected for the next school year, however.

New reforms

Minister Glatigny intends in fact to complete over the coming year a new reform of the decree organizing the landscape and the functioning of higher studies in the Wallonia-Brussels Federation, as announced in the majority agreement concluded just a short time ago. year.

Drawn up in 2013 by the previous minister Jean-Claude Marcourt, the landscape decree has resulted in an extension of the courses of the students, a greater precariousness of the latter and considerably increased the administrative burden for the establishments.

A preliminary draft decree should pass the government for first reading next month, with the ambition to apply the changes to the start of the September 2021 school year. Valérie Glatigny has already made it known that first year students will in the future be asked to pass more than the current 45 credits (out of 60) to be allowed to take second year courses.

Another project that the Minister wishes to see completed during the year is the reform of initial teacher training.

Adopted at the very end of the previous legislature, the current majority has decided to postpone its entry into force for one year, in particular to make the new decree better adhere to the prescriptions of the Pact for excellent education.

In addition, the government should also agree this year on the planning of the refinancing of higher education promised at the start of the legislature.

The rainbow has pledged to find an additional 50 million euros by 2024. Five million have already been distributed this year. But the sector estimates that it needs 50 million euros more each year to meet its growing needs, in particular due to demographic change.

Finally, the coming year should also see the Wallonia-Brussels Federation set up its own medical planning commission. This choice follows a similar decision by the new Flemish government, in a context of chronic tug-of-war between communities over the distribution of Inami quotas.

A preliminary draft decree should also be presented to the government next month.

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a collective of scientists and academics attack the management of the crisis believing that it has caused more harm than good

These personalities are expressed in a white card published by Le Soir and La Libre Belgique. The open letter is written by a collective from the medical, academic, legal, economic, education and information worlds (heads of clinics and hospital services, medical professors, medical specialists but also lawyers and economists). It is aimed at political decision-makers.

“The current management of the health crisis shows a lot of flaws and too many inadequacies”, attacks the collective. According to him, this management is “singularly lacking in clarity and transparency”. “Confining healthy people has no scientific basis, and confining sick people with healthy people could have favored contamination between people living under the same roof,” he says among others.

The collective also denounces the economic impact of the measures taken. “Fifty billion have evaporated; never has so much money been invested to save so few lives, even in the wildest estimates of the number of supposedly averted deaths. “

The signatories also question the legitimacy of the experts currently in charge, “whose selection criteria remain until now unknown and misunderstood”. They therefore call for the urgent establishment of new working groups, integrating all the sectors concerned.

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Open call to intervene alleys of the Historic Center

The Barranquilla Center Management and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) launched a call to select a project that develops a comprehensive urban intervention strategy for the Historic Center of the city.

Through this recovery, the reactivation of a set of alleys is sought as meeting places, economic activity and vital nucleus of the development of the Atlantic capital, as a contribution to the revitalization and enhancement program of the Historic Center.

In this call, which will be open until September 25 and will deliver $ 5,000 in prizes, a detailed urban-architectural proposal will also be chosen for the 42C race between 30 and 33 streets, also known as ‘callejón del meao’, as an intervention Illustrative for the plot of alleys in the Historic Center.

“This contest gives the opportunity to show the cultural and architectural wealth of the Historic Center of Barranquilla. The transformation of the center is one of the flagship programs of the Mayor’s Office and this reorganization of the alleys allows us to revitalize these spaces as heritage and culturally ”, stated Angelo Cianci, manager of the Center.

The Mayor’s Office of Barranquilla stated that the urban intervention strategies and the proposals for public space that result from the competition will add to the lessons learned from previous IDB initiatives in the city.

One of them is the Program for Fiscal Strengthening and Public Investment Expenditure, which financed the improvement and construction of public spaces and urban facilities to increase the supply and quality of urban infrastructure in the capital of Atlántico.

This university contest is aimed at young people from all over Latin America through the IDB Cities Lab initiative, which seeks creative solutions and innovative ideas to urban problems in Latin America and the Caribbean, in the hands of students, university professors and young professionals from all over the region.

This exercise has the objective of serving as a seedbed and incubator for young talent in urban issues from a network of work with universities, offering direct experience to promote real plans and projects, as well as promoting a participatory space that puts into discussion the paradigms of the discipline.

This project has already been carried out in five other cities in the region: Curundú, Panama (2015), Santa Marta (2016), Mendoza, Argentina (2017), Santiago de Chile (2018) and Buenos Aires (2019).

In this edition of the contest, students from any of the member countries of the Inter-American Development Bank, who are studying the last two years of university or postgraduate studies, or students and / or collaborators of a university in a country in America, may participate. Latin America and the Caribbean.

Recovery of the historic center

The district administration has bet on an “ambitious” project to recover the city’s public and heritage space.

This intervention begins with the master market plan, which includes, in turn: remodeling of traditional plazas (there are two works in progress: EPM and Grains), new markets such as the Grand Bazaar and satellite markets.

The Mayor’s Office of Barranquilla points out that, through this project, there will be a major reorganization of formal and informal merchants and recovery of architectural heritage, which will stimulate real estate projects and, therefore, more employment in the future.

In addition, the District seeks to rescue the heritage of buildings such as the old Dugand Bank, the National Bank of Commerce, the Caja Agraria building, the Plaza Concordia, the Volpe, Robertico building, the San Nicolás square and the Fedecafé building, among others.

In addition, it has contemplated that the original names be returned to the streets of this area of ​​the city, in order to regain their identity.

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Peruvian Soccer: [ACTUALIZADA] ▷ Apertura-League 1 Tournament Table: this is how it remained after a tie

League 1 returned this Tuesday with the dispute of the seventh day of the Apertura Tournament, whose table of positions moved again after five months of suspense due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Peruvian championship returned after the failed attempt ten days ago due to fan disorders. The resumption of the date, which barely completed the match to zero goals between Cantolao and Universitario, had as its first match Cienciano-Atlético Grau, which also ended 0-0.

In the subsequent programming commitment, Sporting Cristal thrashed Sport Boys 4-1 and climbed in the classification led by Alianza Universidad.

The only teams that did not face the day were Alianza Lima and Deportivo Binacional, who had to face each other in the National Stadium replicating the end of last season but remained pending due to cases of contagion of the new coronavirus in the ‘Poderoso del Sur’.

The League 1 It returns at a difficult juncture for the country, which ranks as the sixth in the world with the highest number of confirmed infections, and as the second in lethality in the world, only behind Belgium.

A complex situation that has led the Government to decide to return to mandatory Sunday confinement at the national level, and to a permanent one focused on six regions of the country and 36 provinces.

League 1 Opening Tournament: standings:

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The ‘Zurdo’ López underwent a catheterization and it is studied if they should operate

The former Junior Technician Miguel Ángel López was hospitalized last Monday morning at the Clínica del Caribe, after feeling discomfort and abnormal pressure.

The news was known through social networks, after one of his pupils in the rojiblanco team, former striker Martín Arzuaga, reported his health status through Twitter.

“Let us put in our prayers Professor Miguel Ángel López, who suffered an acute myocardial infarction,” wrote the ‘Toro’.

Until the closing of this edition, no official medical report was known about the state of health of the ‘Zurdo’.

The Argentine, champion with the Sharks in 2004, has been based in Barranquilla for several years.

Francisco Arias, who works as López’s assistant, assures that the 78-year-old veteran helmsman “is stable, calm and in good spirits”, waiting for what the doctors decide.

“Still under observation. They’ve already had a catheterization that resulted in a clogged artery. The possibility of open heart surgery or another type of intervention is being studied, ”Arias told EL HERALDO.

The former technician, according to Arias, remains in constant communication with those closest to him. His relatives in Argentina have already been informed and are aware of his health, like many of Junior’s fans who have a feeling of admiration and gratitude for the star he helped embroider on the shield in 2004.

In dialogue with EL HERALDO, a few months ago, ‘El Zurdo’ had sent a message of affection and gratitude to the rojiblanca fans, in the midst of confinement due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“I want to thank you for the affection that I always receive. I miss you. Thank you for making my days happy, ”said the historic Argentine coach at the time.

Miguel Ángel López was the coach of Junior’s fifth star in the second half of 2004, in that remembered final against Atlético Nacional, where the rojiblancos won 3-0 in the first leg, in Barranquilla, and then fell 5-2 in Medellín , saving himself in the last minutes with the remembered goal of Argentine defender Walter Ribonetto. The Sharks prevailed on penalties 5-4.

He directed the Barranquilla team on seven occasions. Without a doubt, he is a character that is 100% linked to junior history.

‘El Zurdo’ made his debut as a professional footballer at the University of Córdoba in 1962 and retired in 1975 at Atlético Nacional, a club where he made his debut as a coach a year later.

During his long coaching career, he has twice managed América de México, with whom he won two league titles in 1985 and a Concacaf Champions League in 1992.

He was also in the Independiente de Avellaneda, with which he raised the title of the South American Super Cup in 1995, and also in the Argentine Boca Juniors, Rosario Central, Ferro Carril Oeste and Arsenal.

He also went through the Mexican Chivas de Guadalajara, Santos Laguna, Toluca, León, Atlético Celaya and Puebla, as well as Al-Ahli from Saudi Arabia and Badajoz from Spain.

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The ‘Zurdo’ López underwent a catheterization and it is studied if they should operate

The former Junior Technician Miguel Ángel López was hospitalized last Monday morning at the Clínica del Caribe, after feeling discomfort and abnormal pressure.

The news was known through social networks, after one of his pupils in the rojiblanco team, former striker Martín Arzuaga, reported his health status through Twitter.

“Let us put in our prayers Professor Miguel Ángel López, who suffered an acute myocardial infarction,” wrote the ‘Toro’.

Until the closing of this edition, no official medical report was known about the state of health of the ‘Zurdo’.

The Argentine, champion with the Sharks in 2004, has been based in Barranquilla for several years.

Francisco Arias, who works as López’s assistant, assures that the 78-year-old veteran helmsman “is stable, calm and in good spirits”, waiting for what the doctors decide.

“Still under observation. They’ve already had a catheterization that resulted in a clogged artery. The possibility of open heart surgery or another type of intervention is being studied, ”Arias told EL HERALDO.

The former technician, according to Arias, remains in constant communication with those closest to him. His relatives in Argentina have already been informed and are aware of his health, like many of Junior’s fans who have a feeling of admiration and gratitude for the star he helped embroider on the shield in 2004.

In dialogue with EL HERALDO, a few months ago, ‘El Zurdo’ had sent a message of affection and gratitude to the rojiblanca fans, in the midst of confinement due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“I want to thank you for the affection that I always receive. I miss you. Thank you for making my days happy, ”said the historic Argentine coach at the time.

Miguel Ángel López was the coach of Junior’s fifth star in the second half of 2004, in that remembered final against Atlético Nacional, where the rojiblancos won 3-0 in the first leg, in Barranquilla, and then fell 5-2 in Medellín , saving himself in the last minutes with the remembered goal of Argentine defender Walter Ribonetto. The Sharks prevailed on penalties 5-4.

He directed the Barranquilla team on seven occasions. Without a doubt, he is a character that is 100% linked to junior history.

‘El Zurdo’ made his debut as a professional footballer at the University of Córdoba in 1962 and retired in 1975 at Atlético Nacional, a club where he made his debut as a coach a year later.

During his long coaching career, he has twice managed América de México, with whom he won two league titles in 1985 and a Concacaf Champions League in 1992.

He was also in the Independiente de Avellaneda, with which he raised the title of the South American Super Cup in 1995, and also in the Argentine Boca Juniors, Rosario Central, Ferro Carril Oeste and Arsenal.

He also went through the Mexican Chivas de Guadalajara, Santos Laguna, Toluca, León, Atlético Celaya and Puebla, as well as Al-Ahli from Saudi Arabia and Badajoz from Spain.

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Actress Tatyana Vasilieva became infected with coronavirus :: Society :: RBC

Tatyana Vasilyeva

(Photo: Mikhail Fomichev / TASS)

The Soviet and Russian 73-year-old actress, TV presenter Tatyana Vasilyeva reported a positive result of a coronavirus infection test, Interfax reports. She did not answer RBC calls.

“Yes, I have a coronavirus,” said Vasilyeva. According to her, while she was isolated at home, and then it will be seen.

On the eve of Vasiliev, she reported hospitalization due to high fever and cough. According to Interfax, on Saturday morning, May 2, the artist returned home and was waiting for the results of the analysis for the presence of coronavirus.

Actress Tatyana Vasilyeva announced her hospitalization

Tatyana Vasilyeva

Tatyana Vasilieva starred in such films as “The Most Charming and Attractive,” “Hello, I Am Your Aunt,” “See Paris and Die,” and also played at the Moscow Satire Theater and the Mayakovsky Moscow Academic Theater.

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Actress Tatyana Vasilyeva announced her hospitalization :: Society :: RBC

Tatyana Vasilyeva

(Photo: Ekaterina Tsvetkova / Global Look Press)

The Soviet and Russian 73-year-old actress, TV presenter Tatyana Vasilyeva announced her hospitalization, Interfax reports.

“I still can’t say for sure (what’s my diagnosis),” Vasilyeva clarified, saying that she was going to the hospital.

Alexander Vasiliev discharged from the hospital in Kommunarka

Alexander Vasiliev

RIA Novosti reported earlier that the actress had a fever of up to 38 degrees, in addition, she felt unwell and began to cough, after which she called an ambulance. In an interview with Channel Five on the evening of May 1, the actress said she could not say if she had a coronavirus, despite similar symptoms.

Tatyana Vasilieva starred in the films “Hello, I am your aunt”, “Imaginary Sick”, “The most charming and attractive”, “See Paris and die”. She was an actress at the Moscow Theater of Satire and the Moscow Academic Mayakovsky Theater.

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