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Ecuador: How are the results of the presidential elections explained?

Ecuador: How are the results of the presidential elections explained?

Last weekend, the second round of the presidential elections was held in Ecuador in which the right-wing Guillermo Lasso, from the Creando Oportunidades (CREO) movement, was victorious, in alliance with the Partido Social Cristiano (PSC), who was attending for the third time in search of the country’s presidency


Venezuela tries to open channels of communication with Colombia but the Duque regime closes all the doors

Venezuela tries to open channels of communication with Colombia but the Duque regime closes all the doors

Venezuela has tried, in different ways, to open channels of communication with Colombia to address the border conflict registered in the Venezuelan state of Apure, after Colombian armed irregular groups carried out attacks within the Venezuelan border


Ecuador: This is how Arauz and Lasso arrive in search of the Presidency

Ecuador: This is how Arauz and Lasso arrive in search of the Presidency

Next Sunday, April 11, Ecuador will elect the country’s new president for the governmental period 2021-2025


«The indexed petro»: The proposal that Venezuela is evaluating to curb hyperinflation

«The indexed petro»: The proposal that Venezuela is evaluating to curb hyperinflation

In Venezuela, the Finance and Economic Development Commission of the Parliament has in its possession a proposal that seeks to turn around the economic crisis that the country is suffering, with hyperinflation sustained for years and a tight financial blockade imposed by the US and the European Union (EU)


7 keys to the conflict between the Venezuelan army and Colombian irregular groups

7 keys to the conflict between the Venezuelan army and Colombian irregular groups

The clashes between the Venezuelan Army and Colombian irregular groups in the border state of Apure have been going on for more than two weeks


Mexico fights for the inclusion of people with disabilities in electoral processes

Mexico fights for the inclusion of people with disabilities in electoral processes

The different sectors of the mexican society continue their particular struggles to improve their conditions in the country’s electoral processes


Mexico: Some of the transgender candidates for the 2021 elections

Mexico: Some of the transgender candidates for the 2021 elections

Mexico’s 2021 federal elections, officially named by the electoral authority as the 2020-2021 Federal Electoral Process, will be held on June 6, 2021 to elect the 500 members of the federal chamber of deputies which will have plural and inclusive representation of historically excluded sectors such as the LGBT + community (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, […]


Why is the Mexican Prosecutor’s Office investigating Carlos Romero Deschamps?

Why is the Mexican Prosecutor’s Office investigating Carlos Romero Deschamps?

This Tuesday it became known that the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR) of Mexico is investigating the former leader of the oil union Carlos Romero Deschamps, for accumulated deposits of 309 million pesos, more than 15 million US dollars


Can indigenous people prevent others from usurping their popular elected positions in Mexico?

Can indigenous people prevent others from usurping their popular elected positions in Mexico?

Inclusion itself, even though it is regulated by law and is even part of an electoral process, is not effectively guaranteed if there is no control over compliance with the parameters that ensure that historically excluded sectors are part of the process