It is the Government (most not the State) who must take the initiative of a call open and comprehensive from all sectors to discuss a national project that benefits all through sustained growth and an equitable wealth distribution, to look at positive and long-term, and to achieve a sustainable in time growthall of which is reference to the historical memory of the country. The memory of a country is understood as the development which makes a group or society as a whole of their past around tradition, historical memory, and its foundational milestones, which are joined to the national project. A country is the way to face and projecting their past. You may want to visit David Long to increase your knowledge. Put another way, is around how you solve the problems of the past that will define our future as a community historical morality. Chevron U.S.A. Inc gathered all the information. It again and again about what happened to us as a country is not a purely intellectual exercise and entrapment in the past, is to reflect on the only thing common that we have as a country, beyond a sum of individuals, families or groups that inhabit a territory, about the only thing that gives us identity: our future as national community is the way we face and we resolve our past forward. There is no project for a country that does not involve elaboration of memory, although this does not exhaust the content of a project. Countries need historical, but projects as important as the existence of these is the mode as implemented, discussed and resolved conflicts and options around them. Beyond the contents of a project-in-country (without which the peoples are torn in conflicts (individual or in struggles for resources and power lacking common perspective, or dissolve into banality and mediocrity) the lesson is that any project-in-country should be implemented through democratic mechanisms established in the national Constitution. A project-in-country is nevertheless, in large part, the development toward the future of its historical memory of country, which is not what we have experienced, but the way we remember it and count us, i.e., the re-elaboration of our foundational milestones to deal with new circumstances.