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Intransigente en la defensa de las libertades occidentales
Javier Monjas - 30/07/2015 - 10:48 AM   GMT+01:00
En los últimos días del mes de julio de 2005, NUEVODIGITAL.COM publicaba sus primeras informaciones. Han pasado diez años en que sucesivos periodistas y técnicos, junto con quien firma esta nota, editor del sitio, han destinado su tiempo y su dinero a mantener en línea un medio que ha alternando los contenidos originales con las informaciones basadas en las principales fuentes noticiosas en todo el mundo –y no solo en el Occidental. NUEVO DIGITAL ha mantenido y seguirá manteniendo en cada una de las entradas del sitio la intransigencia en la defensa de los valores occidentales de la libertad frente a quienes consideran que esa libertad tiene múltiples versiones, algunas de ellas, las que la niegan por completo.


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