Ivan Duque Assumes the Presidency of Colombia Under the Shadow of Uribe

By Valentina Jofré on August 6, 2018

Iván Duque, with his partner Marta Lucía Ramírez and Álvaro Uribe, photo: EFE

Colombia will now have a new president. After being elected in the second round of the presidential elections on June 17, with nearly 10 million votes, Iván Duque (more…)

Ecuador: Colonialism and Dictatorship

By Carol Murillo Ruiz on August 6, 2018

President Lenín Moreno’s tour of Europe has left a political hoof smell because of his discourses that gave material to the media and social networks with such minimal judgements and sense of the social history of our people. (more…)

Emigration and the Cuban Constitution

By Jesús Arboleya on August 9, 2018

In what marks a before and after in Cuban migration policy, it was announced last week that residents who live abroad will be able to participate in the consultation process regarding the future Constitution of the country. (more…)

Milagro Sala Begins a Hunger Strike after Sudden and Arbitrary Prison Transfer

August 8, 2018

Photo: Télam

Renowned leader of the Túpac Amaru Community Organization in Jujuy, Milagro Salas, who was convicted on made up embezzlement charges has suddenly been transferred (more…)

Argentina’s Senate Rejects Argentina’s People

By Vijay Prashad and Nayla Pis Diez on August 10, 2018

The streets became green after the vote

So, after years of struggle by millions of Argentina’s citizens, the Argentinian Senate voted on August 8 to reject a bill to make abortion legal in the first fourteen weeks of pregnancy. (more…)

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