The border state is going to court to stop the wall
The powerful former speaker of the lower house of the Brazilian Congress, Eduardo Cunha, has lost his seat after an overwhelming vote by fellow members of Congress to eject him
The decision should aid President Temer, who has been counting on Calheiros, a political ally, to help shepherd through Congress unpopular austerity measures
The building fury in Latin America's biggest nation promises turmoil in its upcoming election.
The country is going through one of its worst political crisis
Throught hunger strikes, mobilizations, and mass resignations, doctors protest against an article of the new Penal Code
The opposition wants to safeguard the system's independence
On December 18, the Chamber of Deputies debated a provisional reform for the pension system
Peronism's old populist playbook no longer works in a changing nation.
As things stand there are two outcomes, either the people supports Macri or vote against him, maybe placing Cristina Fernandez in the Senate
Politicians are hanging on to power instead of working for the construction of a better world.
Amid continuing anti-government protests, Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro has called for a new constitution.
The polarization that stopped Colombia's progress
La polarización que ha impedido el progreso de Colombia
Nueve países irán a las urnas para solicitar una nueva visión gubernamental
Nine countries will go to the polls asking for a change in political vision
18 months after the filtering of the Panama Papers, there seems to be a new leak affecting the region
As far as it is known, these requirements do not interfere with the broadcast or issuance of any of the media channels
Este figura como un escándalo que generó investigaciones sin aparentes culpables
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