Impunity in Latin America: The wounds left by dictatorships are still open

The dictatorships of the twentieth-century still leave open wounds in Latin America, the region with more impunity, according to the Global Impunity Index

Brazil: What are the possible scenarios for the 2018 elections?

With Lula Da Silva imprisoned, the panorama points to complex judicial processes, protests, and the presidency of Jair Bolsonaro, the "Brazilian Trump"

Argentina: A new case of money laundering in electoral campaigns?

A new case of money laundering seems to arise in Argentina, which opens a discussion on whether corruption in political campaigns is really a crime with consequences

México: Will López Obrador get rid of the presidential plane?

The elected president Andrés Manuel López Obrador has confirmed what will happen to the presidential fleet during his administration

Prime Minister of Haiti: "The government strongly condemns acts of violence and vandalism"

A controversial measure provoked strong protests that continue despite the fact that the measure was already revoked

In Mexico, migrants are also persecuted and mistreated

Paradoxically, the Mexican government acts against Central American citizens in the same way that the United States does

El Mijis: A representative of the most vulnerable and forgotten sectors of Mexico

After the victory of Pedro César Carrizales, better known as El Mijis, as a deputy in the state of San Luis Potosí, his story has gone viral among Mexican users

Barter, the indigenous tradition that continues in our days

Either by necessity or by fashion, this ancestral trade modality is emerging again in Latin America, but now it takes over the cities

Brazil: why was a ruling in favor of releasing Lula from jail revoked?

A judge had ruled in favor of releasing ex president Lula Da Silva, but hours later the ruling was deemed invalid: this is why it happened

Did some Mexicans prefer to apply for asylum in the U.S. rather than vote in the elections?

While in the Aztec country was conducting a historic election day, many Mexicans who are asylum seekers preferred not to vote and continue their process of passage to the United States

Colombia: The towns and municipalities also rally against the assassinations of social leaders

This was the Velatón in Madrid, Cundinamarca: "We are here to show that social leaders do not die with impunity, and this is something that belongs to the people, rather than to the government itself"

Did the legacy of Rafael Correa in Ecuador come to an end?

The Ecuadorian Prosecutor's Office requires the former president to be linked to a kidnapping investigation

López Obrador's victory will change the way Mexico relates to the world

The success of López Obrador is not only a milestone in the history of Mexico, but represents a change in the relations of this country with the rest of the continent

This is what you need to know about how the presidential elections of Mexico and Colombia went down

The elections in Mexico and Colombia allow us to reflect on the electoral process that will take place in Brazil in October and on the state of politics in the region. Here you can get to know more about this

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