Saturday, June 28, 2014 11:29 am | By Andrea Rondón García *
For over a decade, the policies of Venezuela have led to the systematic weakening of respect for private property has been in place in Venezuela. The most illustrative example of it is the foreign exchange control regime established in 2003.Applied as a State policy to achieve greater control over individuals rather than as a circumstantial economic measure, the exchange control constitutes one of the decisions of this government that has had the largest effect on the private property and economic freedom of all Venezuelans.
Ireland’s Potentially Catastrophic Plain Packaging Law Could and Should Be Vetoed By EU
Monday, June 23, 2014 6:13 pm | By Lorenzo Montanari & Brendan Walsh
Recently Ireland became the first country in the EU to approve plain packaging of cigarettes. Ireland’s decision to move forward with plain packaging is deeply concerning and will likely lead to tremendous problems for Ireland and the international community if it is implemented. However, before plain packaging can be made official it must be approved by the European Union where it is believed that it will luckily be struck down by some countries due to its correctly interpreted infringement upon intellectual property according to an article in theIrish Independent. Therefore, there is still hope that Ireland’s overzealous law will be struck down by the EU and the negative externalities associated with plain packaging can be avoided.
The HR 4423 will limit the growing accumulation of land by the federal government
Monday, June 16, 2014 5:37 pm | By Lorenzo Montanari
The Property Rights Alliance applauds HR 4423, also known as the Acre In, Acre Out Act, which was recently introduced by Congressman in Morgan Griffith (R-VA9) in order to combat the growing accumulation of land by the federal government.