Vizcarra proposed the reinstatement of the Senate and a term limit for congressmen.
According to the indictment, Kirchner collected bribes from construction companies in exchange for public works contracts.
In March 2016, Cáceres was shot dead in her house a week after opposing the construction of a dam.
Chilean president Sebastián Piñera said the country was happy to be a part of “the fourth industrial revolution.”
He was replaced by the former mayor of São Paulo, Fernando Haddad.
US Recalls Top Diplomats in Central American and Caribbean Region After Third Country Cuts Ties With Taiwan
In August, El Salvador became the latest country in the region to use this diplomatic move to come closer to China.
President Maduro seemingly knew nothing about the confidential meetings.
There have been an increasing number of Latinos born in border towns who have had issues attaining their passports.
The candidate suffered punctures in his liver, lung, and intestines.
Nicaragua claims that the UN delegation ignored the goal of the protesters.
“Latinx purposefully breaks with Spanish’s gendered grammatical tradition.”
“Selective justice has been used to intimidate and terrorize the citizenry,” said Morales.
“WTF ALERT,” as one journalist tweeted.
“I’m taking action this morning because there are transgender women in detention who fled violence from their countries only to face more horrific and deadly abuse in the United States.”
#NoLatinosNoTickets: NHMC and NLMC Protest Outside Paramount Pictures for Their Lack of Latino Talent on Screen and Behind the Scenes
“It’s 2018. Diversity and representation are no longer just buzzwords or special programs.”
All Nine Judges of Ecuador’s Highest Court Were Dismissed in What Former President Called ‘a True Coup’
The Council also accused the Court of postponing judicial decisions and of suspicious management of public funds.
OAS Calls Venezuela a ‘Dictatorship’ and Asks Other Countries to Ignore Extradition Requests Related to Explosives Attack
“The National Constituent Assembly was elected through fraud,” the communiqué says.
A poll found that almost half of his supporters would transfer their votes to his running mate Fernando Haddad.
Venezuela’s hyperinflation crisis is set against a backdrop of crippling U.S. financial sanctions.
As many as 1,200 Venezuelans rushed back to their country fearing for their safety.