Amid continuing anti-government protests, Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro has called for a new constitution.
Politicians are hanging on to power instead of working for the construction of a better world.
The decision should aid President Temer, who has been counting on Calheiros, a political ally, to help shepherd through Congress unpopular austerity measures
The powerful former speaker of the lower house of the Brazilian Congress, Eduardo Cunha, has lost his seat after an overwhelming vote by fellow members of Congress to eject him
In the second city Valparaíso, Jorge Sharp, a veteran of 2011 student protests, was chosen in a ‘citizen’s primary’ to take on the traditional parties for the mayor’s job
Chilean ruling coalition splits, increasing chances of Piñera in presidential election
Thousands of people off from heading down to Copacabana to join calls for President Michel Temer to step down.
The country constant struggle to develop gets shaded by the Senate approval in the second debate the project of Viviane Morales that intends to restrict the adoption to only heterosexual couples.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said Thursday that his choice to replace departing Vice President German Vargas Lleras is retired Gen. Oscar Naranjo
The former British prime minister, resigns as a member of the parliament.
Will the new president be less authoritarian than his predecessor?
The former speaker of the lower house of the Brazilian Congress, Eduardo Cunha, has been arrested in connection with a major corruption investigation.
Mexicans must use their indignation as fuel for collective action that strikes at the root of the nation’s problems
The number of female heads of state and government is just 16.
The crisis has exploded in Maduro’s face. The country is ruined and the citizens are paying the price.
Dozens of protesters demanding a military coup have forced their way into Brazil's lower chamber of Congress in the capital, Brasilia.
Obama’s historic normalization with Havana is under threat from Trump’s hardline cabal of Castro-haters
When it comes to women general development, Latin American countries don’t stop giving out paradoxes; with the highest levels in particular aspects and the lowest ones in some others.
Latin America, the birthplace of some of the most influential ideas of the past century, is now lagging behind.
Endowed with extra revenues that enabled them to fulfil campaign promises, presidents tended to be popular. That is no longer the case.
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