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Cuba News

Cuba: “Living Without Castro”

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By: Iroel Sánchez / Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / March 11, 2018 Cuba has prepared itself “to live without Castro” for several decades through the democratic exercise, mainly because their leadership contributed to build a true democracy of the people, different to what media sells with the same title while hiding […]

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Former Egyptian presidential candidate, Hamdeen Sabahi
Egypt News

Egyptian opposition call for boycotting presidential elections

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Source: Middle East Monitor / January 31, 2018 Egyptian former presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabahi called today for boycotting the country’s upcoming presidential elections due in March. Speaking at a press conference held at the opposition Dignity Party headquarters in the capital Cairo, Sabahi called for the formation of a “unified […]

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George Weah Sworn In As President Of Liberia

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By: The Dawn News / January 22, 2018 After a year of intense electoral activity, George Weah was inaugurated as the new President of Liberia. Former Senator and World Football Player of the Year, Weah was born in Grand Kru County, one of the poorest areas of the country. He […]

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Chile: A Fragile Democracy
Analysis Chile

Chile: A Fragile Democracy

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This is Part 2 of a two-part article. Read the first part here. By: Pablo Jofré Leal / The Dawn News / December 19, 2017 The Chilean media has filled its programing with news and explications on Piñera’s steep triumph, highlighting the growth in votes in comparison to the first […]

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Chile: Will there be better times? Part One
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Chile: Will there be better times? Part One

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This is Part 1 of a two-part article. Read the second part the next week in The Dawn News. By: Pablo Jofré Leal / The Dawn News / December 19, 2017 If there is something characterizes the wave of right-wing governments in Latin America, it is that they left behind […]

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