first_imgTete Morente has been introduced as a new Málaga player in La Rosaleda. Valuation of your signing for Málaga: “Since Manolo told me that Málaga was interested in me, for me it was a very large team, close to home, I know that I will be at ease and happy. I talked with my family and I want to compete here. For me it is very important to be close to my family. ”How do you define yourself?: “I am a powerful player with speed. I like to compete, I come from a humble family. I have a lot of humility, I love working to grow and I believe that Malaga is the best opportunity for me. I come to contribute my grain of sand, to train, to improve and to give my best ”.What can you contribute?: “Málaga is a very big club. When I spoke with Manolo and my agents and they told me that I was very interested, it was a very important option to continue growing as a footballer. Whatever happens, this will always be a very big club and I am very proud to be able to wear the Málaga shirt. ”Hobby: “I talked to Manolo, the hobby is First, a hobby ten. They do not stop squeezing the team, whether it goes well or goes badly. That’s good, the player needs it to pull up and for me it’s a ten hobby. ”How did you receive the costumes ?: “I have talked little with the coach but he has told me to be myself. It has given me peace of mind, that is humble and that I train to the fullest with intensity. The partners have welcomed me very well, they are making it very easy for me. ” Available for Saturday?: “I have trained with the team today, I am available and when the coach thinks I am here to play, I am available for him.”Take the number 10: “Of the numbers that were free is the one I liked the most and I decided to take it.”Individual goals: “I come to make a career in Malaga. It is a pride to wear this shirt. I come to contribute my grain of sand and to compete ”.Manolo GasparManolo Gaspar, sports director of Malaga, has talked about the options that the blue and white club has in these last hours of the winter market. “Right now we don’t have chips, we depend on market movements. There are two intense days left. We try to be prepared, but it is true that we have quite a lot of versatile players and that they are demonstrating an important adaptive power and that leaves us alone. If we get a free listing and we have a good market option, we will try to do it. Do things to do and options that are not going to add up, it is better not to do them. The group is committed, there are good quarry players and we will try to do our best if the opportunity arises. “The blue and white sports chief also had words of thanks for Tete Morente: “We know the effort you are making when choosing Malaga. He had important options but has decided to invest in his future and believes that this is the good place to continue growing. He is young and can give us versatility. In a short squad, having versatile players is quite positive and good enough for the team and for the coach. He is a fast player, who is not afraid to face, who goes to space and who has a good hit. In the situation that we are, with the circumstances that we have and what LaLiga is pressing us, to bring a player with experience in the category, with rhythm of matches, for the minimum wage and who wants to come, is a pride. That he is here is a pride for us. “PACO RODRIGUEZ & nbsp; (AS) ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>PACO RODRIGUEZ (AS)last_img read more

first_imgGUATEMALA CITY – Guatemala’s Constitutional Court has opened the door to a new genocide trial against former dictator Efraín Ríos Montt, which could begin on Jan. 5.Constitutional Court Secretary Martín Guzmán announced in a press conference that justices of the country’s highest court had agreed with a constitutional appeal filed by the Prosecutor’s Office against a previous ruling by a lower court judge.Judge Carol Patricia Flores had ruled that the process of hearing charges of genocide and crimes against humanity against Ríos Montt should return to an investigative phase in November 2011, when the former dictator and powerful politician had not been linked to the massacre of 1,771 Ixil Mayans between 1982 and 1983.“What the Constitutional Court did is order Flores to reverse that controversial ruling,” Guzmán said.Guatemala’s Justice and Reconciliation Association (Asociación para la Justicia y la Reconciliación, or AJR) and the Center for Legal Action for Human Rights (Centro para la Acción Legal en Derechos Humanos, or CALDH), joined the Prosecutor’s Office in presenting the constitutional appeal.Along with Ríos Montt, former director of military intelligence José Mauricio Rodríguez also faces charges of genocide and crimes against humanity.Guzmán said Judge Flores now has five business days to issue another ruling that is in line with orders from the Constitutional Court.In a landmark ruling, Ríos Montt was convicted of the charges and sentenced to 80 years in prison, on May 10, 2013. But the conviction was annulled 10 days later by the Constitutional Court, which ordered a new trial. The high court’s annulment of the conviction was based on a technicality, and it generated harsh criticism from rights groups, victims, and victims’ families.See: A landmark genocide case comes to unexpected and dramatic endEdgar Pérez, an attorney for AJR, said he is satisfied with the high court’s ruling and hopes a new trial will quickly move froward. Defense attorney Francisco Palomo said the ruling removes any doubt that a new trial will begin on Jan. 5.Parallel to the genocide trial, Ríos Montt’s defense team hopes that he will be given amnesty, which was applied to both military members and guerrillas in 1986. That amnesty allegedly covers crimes committed after 1982. If the Constitutional Court agrees on amnesty, the trial would not take place.Guatemala’s bloody civil war lasted for 36 years and led to the death or disappearance of more than 200,000 people. Ríos Montt ruled as dictator from 1982-1983. His prior conviction on genocide charges was seen as historical by observers, and it followed years of efforts by human rights groups, victims’ rights groups, and the victims themselves.See also: Guatemalan ex-police officers accused of assassinating Myrna Mack investigator to finally stand trial Facebook Comments Related posts:Guatemalan ex-police officers accused of assassinating Myrna Mack investigator to finally stand trial Former Guatemalan police chief to stand trial for 1980 Spanish Embassy fire that killed 37 Guatemalan police ordered to remove Spanish Embassy protesters ‘dead or alive,’ witness testifies 26 lawyers have been murdered in Guatemala in the past 3 yearslast_img read more