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Brazil
Popular resistance in response to the coup
The temporary suspension from office of President Dilma Rousseff has been answered with protest marches by social and popular sectors opposing the impeachment.
5/25/2016
Latin America / The Caribbean
Paris Agreement on climate change: and now what?
This past Apr. 22, 177 countries signed the agreement that will replace the Kyoto Protocol, which will only come into effect if is ratified by 55 countries.
5/25/2016
Dominican Republic
President Danilo Medina reelected
President receives more than 60 percent of the votes in the first round
5/25/2016
Peru
Indigenous identity must be strengthened
Amazonian Kichwa and Andean Quechua youth see it necessary to strengthen indigenous political representation and institutions.
5/13/2016
Belize / Guatemala
Tensions grow
The assassination of a Guatemalan child by Belizean soldiers on border area unleashes a diplomatic conflict.
5/13/2016
Colombia
Peace talks bogged down
No definite signing date for the peace agreement to put an end to half a century of armed conflict.
5/13/2016
Argentina
Healthy and supportive food
More than 500 families have created a network that supplies of agro-ecological products.
5/6/2016
Nicaragua
To the rescue of native seeds
Despite being the only Central American country where the use of genetically modified seeds is banned, the possibility exists that a law is enacted that would endanger agro-ecological production.
5/6/2016
Brazil
Rousseff’s government walking a tightrope
The Brazilian left faces the challenge to rearticulate socially and politically.
4/28/2016
Haiti
Presidential elections are again uncertain
Six months after the first round of elections, uncertainty persists in presidential election.
4/28/2016
Latin America / The Caribbean
In brief
Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru
4/28/2016
Peru
The Amazonia suffers and candidates show no concern
Two oil spills, a case of mercury pollution and an outbreak of animal rabies wreak havoc among Amazonian indigenous communities, while the presidential campaign presses on.
4/28/2016
Venezuela
Amnesty bill declared unconstitutional
Government confronts opposition controlled Parliament and limits its power.
4/19/2016
Peru
Fujimorismo on to the second round
Daughter of former dictator won first round and will face right-wing candidate Pedro Pablo Kuczynski for the presidency.
4/19/2016
Mexico
Smear campaign against IACHR experts
Government announces it will not renew mandate of international experts investigating disappearance of students from Ayotzinapa.
4/7/2016
Latin America / The Caribbean
The Panama Papers scandal
Journalistic investigation reveals how a Panamanian company created offshore companies in tax havens to launder money and evade taxes.
4/7/2016
Argentina
A drift in environmental protection
Ministers appointed by President Mauricio Macri are not known as defenders of the environment.
3/31/2016
Colombia
No peace agreement was signed
Government and FARC representatives have not yet agree on relevant issues to end the armed conflict.
3/31/2016
Latin America / The Caribbean
In brief
Argentina, Chile, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras
3/31/2016
Peru
Elections reminiscent of 2000 fraud
Electoral authorities eliminate two presidential frontrunners.
3/23/2016
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