Sunday, 25 July 2021
Sunday, 25 July 2021
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Latin America in short: Argentina recognizes the non-binary population and Jeff Bezos goes to space
Another Friday arrives and with it the most relevant of the week: What Olympic records were broken? Will trips to space begin to be commercial? Are we...
Center Right Or Left: the Choice Of the Chilean People
The Chilean Presidential Elections Were Marked By Low Electoral Participation and the Pandemic
Cuba: The Internet As A Tool Against the Regime
The Internet and social networks have been the main ally of the protests that have developed in Cuba
Colombia: Why Are The Protests Returning To The Streets?
This July 20, several Colombian social sectors will march again. The Government fears that the protests of April 28 that lasted more than 2 months wil...
Opinion: It's Time To Change Colombia's National Anthem
Supporters Of This Idea Argue That the Lyrics Do Not Represent Colombians As a Nation
Latin America in short: social tension in Cuba and Colombian activism in Cannes
The week ends and because it is Friday we bring you our summary of the most relevant news of the week. Bolsonaro at the clinic, tension in Cuba, new F...
Colombia: How Different Is The New Tax Reform From The Previous One?
Details have already been released that show the substantial difference between this project and the one presented in April, which was overthrown at t...
Belgium Figured Out How To Stop Lazy Politicians
"The Flemish Scrollers" Project Could Limit the Bad Habits Of Politicians
Cuba: How a Song Challenges the Revolution
5 causes of the historic protests on the island that have the Cuban government in trouble
Infographic: These are the presidents who earn the most and the least in Latin America
The size or economy of the country does not always determine which president earns the most in the region. The figures will surprise you
Opinion: Life Sentence is a Populist Measure
Colombia passes the life sentence for murderers and rapists of minors. The approval of the Constitutional Court remains to be defined
Latin America in Short: President of Haiti Was Assassinated and Rigoberto Urán Ascends In The Tour
The president of Haiti was assassinated, Rigoberto Urán ascended in the Tour de France, Sergio Ramos goes to PSG and more. The most relevant of...
Will Chile Have the First Constitution With a Gender Perspective?
The feminist movement in Chile may have a great influence on the drafting of the new national constitution
How to understand the assassination of the president of Haiti?
In the early morning of July 7, Jovenel Moïse, Haitian president, was assassinated in his private residence. The country deepens its political cr...
How Old are the Constitutions of South America?
On July 4, the process of creating the new Chilean constitution begins. What are the oldest constitutions in the region?
Mexico: Can President AMLO Be Removed?
When López Obrador Reaches Three Years And Three Months in Power, 3% Of the Population May Request His Revocation
The Abdala Vaccine: the Solution To the Pandemic in Venezuela
Abdala, the Cuban Vaccine Against COVID-19, Is Emerging As the Salvation of Cuba and Venezuela
Nicaragua: Who is Left Against Ortega?
These are the remaining candidates to challenge Daniel Ortega for the presidency
Peru may have a new president, but it will continue in crisis
The Inca country has experienced political instability for several years and the "new" national political landscape portends little governan...
Interview: "The LGBTI Struggle in Latin America Is Just Beginning", Mauricio Toro
The First Openly Gay Man In the Colombian Congress Talks About the Challenges Of the LGBTI Community in Latin America
Infographic: 2 months of the Colombian National Strike
June 28 marks 2 months since thousands of Colombians started the National Strike against the Government
Latin America in Short: Colombia On The Road To Peace and Minister in Brazil Resigns
Meeting of victims of kidnapping and those responsible in Colombia, rejection of homophobia in Europe and other news of the week
Opinion: Venezuelans, Not Migrants, Refugees
Venezuelan refugees fleeing hunger and dictatorship meet the rejection of governments and the Latino population
Nayib Bukele's "Soft Power" Uses YouTubers
The Salvadoran President Has Used A Large Number Of International Influencers to Improve His Image
Colombia: The Laws At The Verge of Being Passed
Some Issues Are Still Being Discussed in Congress
"I Have Third Grade Kids With Panic Attacks": Schools in Latin America Struggle With the Pandemic
This Week Children Returned to Schools in Some Cities Of Mexico, But Not All Countries Have Been Able to Return to School
Infographic: Is Duque's Police Reform Enough For Colombian Protesters?
The Colombian Executive Proposed a Series Of Changes To Their Police. Will This Be Enough To Lift the Strike That Has Been Going On For Almost 50 Days...
The Evolution Of Cannabis And CBD In South America
The world is starting to embrace cannabis once again after almost a hundred years of prohibition. Is Latin America ready to join the legalization move...
Latin America in short: Elections in Peru and Qatar Playoffs
It's Friday and with it comes our weekly summary with the most relevant news from Latin America and the world
El Salvador, the first country with Bitcoin as legal tender
The Salvadoran Congress approved this week the initiative of the president, Nayib Bukele, and they became the first country to adopt a cryptocurrency ...
How progressive or leftist is the possible new president of Peru?
Pedro Castillo is a politician who is labeled a communist but with a past in a party in favor of the free market
Peru: Fujimorism vs Socialism of the XXI Century?
The next elections in Peru seem to be a struggle between the two political extremes, which generates fear on both sides
Why is Nayib Bukele so popular?
What determines the popularity of this Salvadoran leader? What have been the achievements that have allowed you to be so popular? Here we tell you the...
What is the IACHR and what can it do on its visit to Colombia?
The visit of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to Colombia is seen by alternative sectors as the only form of justice
Elections in Mexico: Will López Obrador pay for his mistakes?
A Crucial Moment For the López Obrador Government, the Midterm Elections Are on June 6
What Is Happening in Nicaragua?
The Political Persecution of the Daniel Ortega Regime has led the Country to an Umpteenth Political Crisis
Opinion: 5 reasons why Colombia and Venezuela must restore relations
The normalization of binational relations could bring benefits for both countries
A turn to the right: This is Guillermo Lasso's plan for Ecuador
The recently inaugurated president of Ecuador oozes neoliberal pragmatism
Santa Fe defeated, Santrich discharged and other news this week
We bring you our summary with the highlights of this week
Colombia: Who elected the strike committee?
This is how the group that is negotiating with the Government of President Iván Duque was formed
Is there gender equality in the governments of Latin America?
Women had been pushed aside for decades from ministerial positions in Latin American governments
The achievements of social protests in Latin America
Since 2019, several countries in the region have experienced a series of protests and marches that have shaken national and international politics
Colombia: why has there been no consensus with the demands of the strike?
Two weeks of strike in Colombia have already been completed, what are the protesters asking for?
Will the subway accident impact the next Mexican elections?
In election year, the tragedy has transformed the landscape for the Mexican left
What is happening in Colombia?
Colombia is already celebrating a little over a week of continuous protests, the result of general and social discontent on the part of different sect...
What did Latin American presidents study?
From rulers without studies to some with master's degrees, this is what the Latin American leaders studied
Week of tragedies in Colombia and Mexico
These are the most relevant political and economic news in Latin America and the world
3 keys to understanding the infamy of Nayib Bukele
The president of El Salvador is one of the most popular leaders in the world, but also one of the most criticized by the international community
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