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The Constitution of Peru outlines that there is an undeniable right to be politically active in any form, individually or through political organizations whose democratic functions are legitimate.

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Since free market reform began in 1983, the Mexican economy has remained relatively open.

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Democracies all around the world seem to be deteriorating. It is time to improve upon the solid foundation that democratic ideas have provided.

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Critics dump on the TransMilenio, the primary transportation system in Bogotá that is fully supported by the mayor of the city, Enrique Peñalosa.

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Two years after 43 Mexican college students vanished in the southwestern city of Iguala, the case remains as one of the dark mysteries of the administration of Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.

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Emir Sader shared his reaction to the general strike that blocked streets and stopped city life across the country.

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Northern Mexico, known for its violent reputation and drug trafficking, is also rife with violence against women.

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The Colombian author William Ospina has written an open letter to Nicolás Maduro, asking the Venezuelan president not to cling to power and to allow the people to have their say in the way their country is run.

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The trend of events in the 21st century poses an existential threat to humanity, as the world will have to choose between collapse and revolution, extinction or survival. A revolution—the reconfiguring of the political and social system—is the only way forward.

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The crisis of representation in modern democracies is aggravated by the oligarchic structure of the political parties, which are dominated by a few individuals who seek to perpetuate themselves in power for personal gain.

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