Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador

AMLO: Why Is There Fear of the Electoral Reform?

The Mexican government and the opposition are facing each other in Congress to promote or stop the controversial electoral reform initiative of President López Obrador. What will happen to the INE?

Pedro Castillo

What Options Does Pedro Castillo Have to Overcome the Political Crisis?

The political crisis in Peru has not allowed him to govern calmly for even a minute. What outlets does Pedro Castillo have?

Jair Bolsonaro

The Right in Latin America and Its Role as Government Opposition

The right in Latin America today is, to a large extent, opposition. What strategies or positions have they adopted in countries like Brazil, Colombia, Peru, or Bolivia?

Guillermo Lasso, President of Ecuador

Migration in the Ecuador of Guillermo Lasso: what lies beyond ideology?

In the midst of the migratory crisis of Ecuadorians that is currently being experienced, a particular debate has arisen between experts and users on social networks: is migration a phenomenon typical of leftist countries or, as demonstrated in the case of the Ecuador of right-wing Guillermo Lasso, can you present yourself in other right-wing countries?

López Obrador shaking hands with Carlos Slim

The Mexican "Super Peso": Thanks to AMLO or Despite Him?

The Mexican "super peso" is positioned as one of the strongest emerging currencies in the world against the US dollar, something that draws attention in a country with "left-wing" policies that are often viewed with caution

Daniel Ortega, President of Nicaragua

Daniel Ortega, the Great Dictator of Nicaragua Increasingly Powerful

Sandinismo is screwed into power in Nicaragua thanks to its leader, Daniel Ortega. The dictatorship has no limits and no shame, and now the country is a de facto single-party regime

cars in transit

5 Myths About Traffic Regulations in Colombia

LatinAmerican Post brings some arguments that Colombians use to break traffic laws in that country. Which ones are true and which ones are not?

Gustavo Petro

Infographic: The 100 Days of Gustavo Petro. Achievements, Figures and Challenges

The Colombian president assumed the presidency on August 7, 2022. This is how the first 100 days of Gustavo Petro have passed

Luis Inacio Lula da Silva

Lula da Silva: A Left-Wing South America Can Increase Cooperation

The president of the Congress in Colombia, Roy Barreras, insisted on one of the dreams of integrationists: a single Latin American currency. What other proposals for integration can come about with the most recent victory of Lula da Silva?

Luis Inacio Lula da Silva

Lula da Silva Won, But Also Bolsonaro?

The recent Brazilian elections gave the former socialist president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva as the winner. Lula beat current president Jair Bolsonaro by only 1%, but the victory was not complete

France Marquez

Francia Márquez: Vice President and Minister of Equality

Colombia seeks to implement the ministry of women, but faced with the risk of increasing bureaucracy and spending, the Andean country decides to transform the role of the vice presidency

Man holding a Visa

Types of visas to emigrate to the United States

To legally emigrate to the United States, several visas are depending on the reason and nationality.

Coins located in down position

Colombian Economy: How Would the Economic Recession Affect You?

At LatinAmerican Post we analyze the Colombian economy in the face of a possible recession predicted by the president of the Andean country, Gustavo Petro. What is this situation and what consequences would it bring to Colombians?

Jair Bolsonaro

The growing tendency of Jair Bolsonaro that puts Lula da Silva at risk

The difference in the polls between the current president Jair Bolsonaro and the former president Lula da Silva is reduced by the deterioration of the PT leader