Constituent in Paraguay: What changes would there be?

Reforming the electoral code through the Constituent Assembly is one of the proposals that the new government has launched

What did Paraguay do to be the first malaria-free country in Latin American?

Since mid-2018, the South American country is officially malaria-free. How did this happen and how are the other Latin American countries doing?

Scarcity and malnutrition are killing Venezuelan children

During 2017, at least six children died a week from malnutrition. It is estimated that by 2018 some 280,000 could die for the same cause

The most corrupt politicians in Latin America

Illegal appropriation of resources, economic demands, and huge salaries are some acts of corruption of certain Latin American politicians

Shameful and painful: Latin American pedophilia cases that embarrass the Catholic Church

Cases of sexual abuse of minors in Mexico, Peru and Chile are added to the pedophilia scandals revealed by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania

Paraguay: Everything you need to know about the new president Mario Abdo Benítez

Benítez assumes the presidency of Paraguay backed by the political tradition of that country, but faces poverty and corruption scandals

Kofi Annan: These are the lessons he left for Latin America

In LatinAmerican Post we remember the former UN Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, spokesman for democracy in Latin America, who died on August 18

This is the panorama of trans indigenous women in Colombia

In Colombia, many trans indigenous women were forced to leave their home, after being rejected by their community

Who is the controversial candidate seeking to reach the Colombian Comptroller?

His relationship with the Yidispolítica and Agro Ingreso Seguro, and his low score on a test to get to the Comptroller's Office have him in the eye of the storm

Chile is increasing the number of foreigners expelled

Legal background in migrants and the weak response of the authorities to detect them are some of the causes

Argentina: New trial against the dictatorship militaries

The Argentine justice opens another chapter with the fourth trial for the events that occurred in the School of Mechanics of the Navy

"We see Latin America as our neighbor": Jim Mattis on his visit

The Secretary of Defense of the United States, Jim Mattis, visits several countries in the region to discuss issues of bilateral alliance

No more impunity: Who is the person condemned for the murder of Jaime Garzón?

After a 19-year investigation, a judge sentenced a senior official to 30 years in prison and a fine of 500 minimum monthly salaries

Is Costa Rica no longer Central America's paradise?

The Central American country is on alert after the death of two tourists and the increase in crime

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