Tuesday, October 25, 2016
More setbacks than progress in human rights
Arnaldo Pérez Guerra

Relatives of the victims of the dictatorship denounce a lack of political will to punish those responsible for crimes against humanity.

“Twenty-six years after the end of the dictatorship there is no political will to investigate all the crimes committed, annul Chile’s Amnesty Decree-Law, close down the Punta Peuco prison, demote those members of the army who were convicted, compensate deservedly the victims, and a long etcetera,” says Alicia Lira, president of the Group of Family Members of the Politically Executed (AFEP) to Latinamerica Press.see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANImprovement of rural work conditions is urgently needed
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More than 50 million people perform agricultural labor under vulnerable conditions.. see more
EL SALVADORICSID rules against Australian mining company
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After seven years, arbitration process initiated by Oceana Gold sided with the El Salvador state.. see more
COLOMBIA“Civil society is mobilizing to save the peace process”
Sandra López
Interview with Fernando Hernández, director of Corporación Nuevo Arco Iris. see more
BRAZILElections bolster new political scenario
José Pedro Martins
The high absenteeism rate and null and blank votes were a demonstration of rejection of the electorate towards the current political party system.. see more
HAITICatastrophe worsens humanitarian crisis
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Aftermath of hurricane Matthew worsens the situation of the poorest country in the continent and puts it on the edge of a new collapse.. see more
LATIN AMERICATPP must be publicly debated
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Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) puts in jeopardy territorial rights and prior consultation of indigenous populations.. see more
MEXICONo progress made in the case of the Ayotzinapa education students
Fabrizio Lorusso
Authorities are still unable to determine the whereabouts of the 43 students disappeared two years ago.. see more
PARAGUAYCuruguaty cause continues
Gustavo Torres
Unilateral judicial process hands down sentence only for the deaths of police officers, but the deaths of farm workers remains unpunished.. see more
BRAZILPT, the big loser in municipal elections
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Partido dos Trabalhadores (PT) loses support from its social base, as former president Lula denounces a political “witch hunt” against him.. see more
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Brazil, Colombia, Mexico, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Peru. see more

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