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In 2018, the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC), a disarmed guerrilla organization, may submit candidates for the congressional elections in a move considered a milestone in Colombian democracy.

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Many Brazilians fear that their country is not up-to-date in the political representation of the LGBTQ community.

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In Buenos Aires, tensions rise between labor unions and Argentine President Mauricio Macri’s administration and political party Cambiemos.

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Political prisoner Nélida Rojas is another example of the disregard for basic human rights in Argentina. However, the calls of justice are only getting stronger.

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The disgraced president has so far resisted attempts to remove him from office, while the political class in general is so reviled that many observers despair for Brazilian democracy.

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Following two full days of debate, the Bogotá city council would not vote on an initiative to collect a new “valorization tax” proposed by Mayor Enrique Peñalosa.

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Sebastián Piñera, former President of Chile, is running for re-election.

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Venezuelan author, professor and diplomat, Leandro Area Pereira, joined members of La Escuela de Gobierno de la Universidad de los Andes to hold a panel analyzing the ongoing political conflict in Venezuela and discuss the possible implications this conflict has on neighboring Colombia.

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Brazilians are left impressed or dumbfounded by Lula’s political “resilience,” as the former president continues to climb in national polls despite Lava Jato marring his reputation in the country.

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On June 24, political parties will submit their lists containing each party’s proposals, identity, profile, and political plan.

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