News of political and institutional news in Latin American countries, especially when it concerns the health of their democracies.

Interamerican Watch Newsletter

Interamerican Watch Newsletter – Issue 98

Inter-American Watch Thursday 30/06/2022 Analysis   The Sao Paulo Forum takes over America without opposition Finally, XXI Century Socialism has returned “openly” to power in Latin America. The “openly” is very necessary because both in form and substance, the elements that make up this particular mode of socialism have never gone away since it appeared…

Interamerican Watch Newsletter

Interamerican Watch Newsletter – Issue 97

Inter-American Watch 28/06/2022 Analysis   It’s not communism, it’s organized crime The gang of criminals that is orchestrated by the Sao Paulo forum and the Puebla Group must be rejoicing with happiness, because with the support of Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua, they now take control of Colombia with Gustavo Petro. We can say: “Put on…

Interamerican Watch Newsletter

Interamerican Watch Newsletter – Issue 96

Inter-American Watch 23/06/2022 Analysis   Nicaragua, Russia’s infiltrated partner in Latin America: What is behind that Alliance? A few days ago, the president of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, announced that his country and Russia were agreeing to an “exchange exercise” to participate in operations “against illegal activities in the Caribbean Sea.” The Sandinista leader authorized the…

Interamerican Watch Newsletter

Interamerican Watch Newsletter – Issue 95

Inter-American Watch 21/06/2022 Analysis   Russians, Chinese and Iranians make up an occupying force for which the region was not prepared As has not happened for 60 years, now there are Russian troops and weapons in a Latin American country and as has never happened before, Chinese companies control hundreds of rivers in the Amazon…

Interamerican Watch Newsletter

Interamerican Watch Newsletter – Issue 94

Inter-American Watch jueves 16/06/2022 Analysis   Petro-terrorism In a column published yesterday I referred to the “petro-terrorism” suffered in the past by Colombia at the hands of the National Liberation Army, ELN. For reasons of space, some lines were left out that explain the danger posed to the continent by the “former” M-19 terrorist Gustavo…

Interamerican Watch Newsletter

Interamerican Watch Newsletter – Issue 93

Inter-American Watch Tuesday 6/14/2022 Analysis   Alberto Fernández defends dictatorships while Daniel Ortega authorizes the arrival of Russian soldiers in Nicaragua Designated by Nicolás Maduro as his “voice” at the Summit of the Americas, Fernández regrets the absence of Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua, but does not mention the violation of human rights in the three…

Interamerican Watch Newsletter

Interamerican Watch Newsletter – Issue 92

Inter-American Watch Thursday 6/9/2022 Bolivia Daughter of Áñez questions that Evo’s “flight” is not mentioned in the trial for “coup II” “In the first place, we know that this trial is illegal from beginning to end. My mother never proclaimed herself, they are judging her arbitrarily on November 10, 11 and 12, but they do…

Interamerican Watch Newsletter

Interamerican Watch Newsletter – Issue 91

Inter-American Watch Tuesday 6/7/2022 Bolivia Bolivian Prosecutor’s Office asks for 15 years for former president Áñez The Bolivian Prosecutor’s Office announced that it will request 15 years in prison for former interim president Jeanine Áñez (2019-2020)… The lawsuits against Áñez are promoted by the government of Luis Arce, political heir of Morales. The former president…

Interamerican Watch Newsletter

Interamerican Watch Newsletter – Issue 90

Inter-American Watch Thursday 6/2/2022 Bolivia   Astorga: “Morales already has nightmares with the DEA” After the declarations of the former president, Evo Morales, in which he accuses passive service policemen of working for the Drug Control Administration (DEA), the deputy for the Citizen Community (CC), Alberto Astorga, maintained that the president of the six coca…

Interamerican Watch Newsletter

Interamerican Watch Newsletter – Issue 89

Inter-American Watch Tuesday 5/31/2022 Bolivia Analysts detect that Evo’s “personal appetites” are reflected in roadblocks Evo Morales does not care if his actions affect the Santa Cruz Governorate or the central government, warn national assembly members and analysts. …Read more >> Source: eju.tv Report: UN Rapporteur sees that interference in justice was not eradicated and…