Gustavo Petro and the health reform

Colombia: ABC of Gustavo Petro's Health Care System

In LatinAmerican Post, we explain three of the most critical points of this reform that excites the national government and worries the opposition

Daniel Ortega

Banishment, the Anachronistic Practice that Daniel Ortega is Employing

Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega recently banished several opponents. An almost forgotten measure in the region is brought into the 21st century to chase politicians

Marches in Colombia

Marches across Colombia: What Is the Political Landscape in the Country?

The marches in Colombia for and against the reforms of the government of President Gustavo Petro show us how the political landscape of this country is facing its first left-wing president

Costa Rican banknotes.

Costa Rica Is Declared a Tax Haven. What Does this Mean?

The European Union has released the most recent list of countries that it considers tax havens. Costa Rica appeared for the first time on this list, which has had diplomatic effects between the Central American country and the organization of the old continent

Joe Biden

Is it true that Biden's Immigration Policy Has Had a Good Effect?

Andrés Manuel López Obrador, president of Mexico, stressed last Monday that the immigration policy of the US president has given good results

Pregnant woman in medical control

Birth Tourism: What Is It And Why Is Argentina One Of Its Destinations?

Birth tourism seems to be the main phenomenon in the increase of Russian migration in Argentina, what is it about?

Mara Salvatrucha

The Mara Salvatrucha: Are They Looking to Settle in Other Regions of Latin America?

Given the powerful offensive of the Executive of El Salvador against the criminal organization of La Mara Salvatrucha, the Salvadoran Vice President, Félix Ulloa, has said that the members of this gang have begun to move to the countries of South America

Artificial intelligence

Legislative Challenges of Artificial Intelligence in Latin America

Its potential to revolutionize industries and create massive technological breakthroughs has made AI an integral part of the economy, and Latin America is no exception. These are the legislative challenges of artificial intelligence in Latin America

Gustavo Petro and Nayib Bukele

Petro Seeks to Block Uber and Bukele to Regularize it: Contrasts in Mobility

While the Colombian government attacks mobility platforms with sanctions and blockades, the Salvadoran government seeks to legalize and strengthen it.

people using internet

Gallery: Which Are the Countries that Spent More Time on the Internet per Day?

Waste of time or hyperconnectivity? 3 of the 5 countries in which the population spends more time on the Internet per day are Latin American

Photograph of the Yanomami people

Genocide Of the Yanomami People in Brazil: An Announced Tragedy Involving Bolsonaro

The Supreme Court of Brazil ordered the Prosecutor's Office to investigate members of the Government of Jair Bolsonaro to determine their responsibility in the genocide of the Yanomami people

Daniel Ortega

Nicaragua: This Is the Eccentric Restriction of Daniel Ortega to Stay in Power

Recently, the government of Daniel Ortega has restricted the use of audio and video equipment by tourists in order to regulate the content that is shared on social media and mass media about the conflict between the government and the protesters

Congress of Peru

Why Doesn't the Peruvian Congress Want to Advance Elections?

The president, Dina Boluarte, asks the Peruvian Congress to advance the presidential elections to get out of the political crisis that the Andean country has been experiencing since the dismissal of Pedro Castillo

Woman in front of a board in a classroom

The Countries With The Best And Worst Level Of English In Latin America

Broadly speaking, the region has improved its level of English, but one of the countries with the lowest level left us with a surprise.