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 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…

Interamerican Watch Newsletter

Interamerican Watch Newsletter – Issue 87

Inter-American Watch Tuesday 5/24/2022 Bolivia The “evismo” instructs that even ministers pass an ideological course The national leadership of the Movement Towards Socialism (MAS), which is chaired by former President Evo Morales, issued an instruction in which even ministers and other authorities enroll in the courses taught by the recently created Plurinational School for Political…

Interamerican Watch Newsletter

Interamerican Watch Newsletter – Issue 81

Inter-American Watch Tuesday 5/3/2022 Argentina Kirchnerism, businessmen and power: the links that sustain Judge Walter Bento Bento is increasingly cornered in the federal courts: he will have to answer in the dock for leading an illicit association that collected bribes in exchange for benefits for prisoners for smuggling or drug trafficking, with revelations that grow…