Thursday, May 26, 2016
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Popular resistance in response to the coup
Ana María Guerrero

The temporary suspension from office of President Dilma Rousseff has been answered with protest marches by social and popular sectors opposing the impeachment.

With Vice-President Michel Temer taking over temporarily as President of Brazil on May 12, after the Senate suspended President Dilma Rousseff from her functions for 180 days as part of the removal process against her, social and popular movements, intellectuals, and progressive personalities are concerned and alert now that they are faced with a scenario that could mean a move backwards in matters of recognition, inclusion and rights of minorities.see more
LATIN AMERICA / THE CARIBBEANParis Agreement on climate change: and now what?
Latinamerica Press
This past Apr. 22, 177 countries signed the agreement that will replace the Kyoto Protocol, which will only come into effect if is ratified by 55 countries.. see more
DOMINICAN REPUBLICPresident Danilo Medina reelected
Latinamerica Press
President receives more than 60 percent of the votes in the first round. see more
PERUIndigenous identity must be strengthened
Cecilia Remón
Amazonian Kichwa and Andean Quechua youth see it necessary to strengthen indigenous political representation and institutions.. see more
COLOMBIAPeace talks bogged down
Sandra López
No definite signing date for the peace agreement to put an end to half a century of armed conflict.. see more
LATIN AMERICA“To change the global food system, the subjects of change are the small-scale farmers”
José Elosegui
Interview with Martin Drago, coordinator of the Food Sovereignty Program of the Friends of the Earth International. see more
BELIZE / GUATEMALATensions grow
Javier Llopis Puente*
The assassination of a Guatemalan child by Belizean soldiers on border area unleashes a diplomatic conflict.. see more
ARGENTINAHealthy and supportive food
Juan Nicastro
More than 500 families have created a network that supplies of agro-ecological products.. see more
NICARAGUATo the rescue of native seeds
Carmen Herrera
Despite being the only Central American country where the use of genetically modified seeds is banned, the possibility exists that a law is enacted that would endanger agro-ecological production.. see more
BRAZILRousseff’s government walking a tightrope
Jimena de Garay, Lívia Alcântara
The Brazilian left faces the challenge to rearticulate socially and politically.. see more
PERUThe Amazonia suffers and candidates show no concern
Ramiro Escobar
Two oil spills, a case of mercury pollution and an outbreak of animal rabies wreak havoc among Amazonian indigenous communities, while the presidential campaign presses on.. see more
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