Guatemala: 3 women who lead the presidential elections

Despite the different controversies that surround them and the more than 20 candidates for the presidency of Guatemala, 3 women lead the intention to vote

Argentina: Macri is preparing for a second term

Despite the crisis that Argentina is suffering, Mauricio Macri is one of this year's possible presidential candidate

Fedecajas: a family subsidy system that, in addition of being innovative, is a source of benefits

In a circuit of collaboration and solidarity, this CCF union works for the benefit of the country

Elections in Panama: these are the presidential candidates

Next May 5, Panama will have general elections where not only the president will be elected but also mayors, deputies, councilors, among others

The end of Guaidó: this decision would distance him from politics

In a decision announced by the controller of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó could not hold public office for 15 years

Mexico and 3 other countries that have requested apologies

Mexico has not been the only country that has requested apologies from other countries. Here in LatinAmerican Post we present you other cases

Will Daniel Ortega be able to give in to all the demands of the opposition?

The conditions established by the Nicaraguan opposition to negotiate with Daniel Ortega are a desperate cry for the country's freedom

Will the Mexican Government have a revocation or re-election?

On March 19, the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, signed a document in which he promised not to seek re-election

Maduro and the cabinet change in times of crisis

In recent days, Nicolás Maduro ordered a change of cabinet to make a restructuring of his government

Like two peas in a pod: The meeting between Trump and Bolsonaro

The president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, who have the same ideals as Trump, visited the United States. Venezuela was the central point

Michel Temer's arrest: one more blow to old politicians

Brazil's ex-president is the last high profile politician to fall because of the so-called 'car-wash operation'

Colombia: Why do the indigenous people of Cauca protest?

For more than 10 days, the protest of the indigenous people of Cauca, in Colombia, has generated a social and humanitarian crisis that apparently will not be resolved soon


ABC to understand JEP's situation

On March 10, Colombian President Ivan Duque objected to the Statutory Law of the JEP, what will happen now?

Glyphosate: an atrocity for Latin America

The use of glyphosate again causes controversy and terror in several Latin American countries

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