Tuesday, May 3, 2016
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Rousseff’s government walking a tightrope
Jimena de Garay, Lívia Alcântara

The Brazilian left faces the challenge to rearticulate socially and politically.

The government of President Dilma Rousseff, who in January 2015 began her second four year term, is in a full political crisis marked by corruption scandals, as is the one linked to Petrobras in which important politicians of the Partido dos Trabalhadores (PT-Worker’s Party) and its allies are involved. This crisis is also due to a call for impeachment of the president, which is something that is currently under debate in the Senate, where the federal government has no majority, and the large demonstrations for and against her government.see more
HAITIPresidential elections are again uncertain
Latinamerica Press
Six months after the first round of elections, uncertainty persists in presidential election.. see more
PERUThe Amazonia suffers and candidates show no concern
Ramiro Escobar
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.. see more
PERUFujimorismo on to the second round
Cecilia Remón
Daughter of former dictator won first round and will face right-wing candidate Pedro Pablo Kuczynski for the presidency.. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANIn brief
Latinamerica Press
Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANPotential increase in poverty
Latinamerica Press
According to ECLAC, 175 million people are living in poverty.. see more
VENEZUELAAmnesty bill declared unconstitutional
Latinamerica Press
Government confronts opposition controlled Parliament and limits its power.. see more
BRAZIL“Leprosy leads to the emergence of social stigma and prejudice”
Paolo Moiola
Interview with Olívia Dias de Araújo, a public health specialist of the IntegraHans project. see more
MEXICOSmear campaign against IACHR experts
Fabrizio Lorusso
Government announces it will not renew mandate of international experts investigating disappearance of students from Ayotzinapa.. see more
COLOMBIANo peace agreement was signed
Latinamerica Press
Government and FARC representatives have not yet agree on relevant issues to end the armed conflict.. see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANThe Panama Papers scandal
Latinamerica Press
Journalistic investigation reveals how a Panamanian company created offshore companies in tax havens to launder money and evade taxes.. see more
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