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This will be the minimum wages in Latin America for 2022

The continent is waiting for the announcement of minimum wages for next year, as it is a key decision for the economy. Get to know some of the Latin American salaries for 2022

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Infographic: This Is What The Presidential Candidates Of Colombia Studied

Engineering, economics and law are some of the professions that the presidential candidates of Colombia studied

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Vacation Periods for Latin American Congressmen

At the end of the year, many governments shave recesses. This is how long or short are the vacation periods of Latin American congressmen

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The Best Governments In Latin America In 2021

These are the Latin American governments with the economies that grew the most and the best vaccination results against COVID-19

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The Future Of Education In Latin America

Right now education in Latin America is not special. During the pandemic many countries were unable to move towards online education which was a big issue

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Events that will be news in 2022 in Latin America

The arrival of Gabriel Boric to power in Chile only serves as the eve of a tight electoral calendar that is coming up for next year. These are the events that will be news in 2022 in Latin America

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The Reasons Why Gabriel Boric Won In Chile

The 35-year-old former student leader is the first president since 2005 who is neither Sebastián Piñera nor Michelle Bachelet

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Which Countries In Latin America Have Economic Sanctions From The United States?

Economic sanctions have become the US Government's preferred diplomatic pressure mechanism. Find out which Latin American countries are currently suffering these fines

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Gallery: The Most Powerful Women In Latin America In 2021

Xiomara Castro leads the ranking of the most powerful women in Latin America this year

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Francia Márquez: "Political Hegemony Has Not Allowed Us To Live In Dignity"

The presidential candidate for the Historical Pact Francia Márquez spoke with LatinAmerican Post about the role of women in Colombian politics

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Despite the additions of Saade and Perez, Francia Márquez remains in the Pacto Histórico

Francia Márquez, Colombian presidential candidate for the Pacto Histórico movement, spoke with LatinAmerican Post about the entry of Luis Pérez and Alfredo Saade into its ranks

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Nayib Bukele's Bitcoin City: Is Cryptocurrency Financed City Feasible in El Salvador?

The Salvadoran president presented the project of the first city financed with cryptocurrencies in the world with the aim of strengthening his commitment to Bitcoin and transforming El Salvador

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Election Results In Honduras Show A Shift To The Left In Central America

The opponent Xiomara is emerging as the winner in the elections and the left returns to power after the results in the elections in Honduras

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Opinion: Brazil's Left Could Not Reinvent Itself

The candidacy of Lula da Silva shows that the Brazilian left could not reinvent itself