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 80

Inter-American Watch Friday 4/29/2022 Ecuador Ecuador’s Minister of Defense resigned amid the scourge of drug trafficking Ecuadorian Defense Minister Luis Hernández announced his resignation on Tuesday amid the onslaught of drug trafficking, which has led to high levels of crime and the worst prison massacres in the country.…Read more >> Source: france24.com National Court of…

Interamerican Watch Newsletter

Interamerican Watch Newsletter – Issue 78

Inter-American Watch Friday 4/22/2022 Argentina Harsh letter from Amnesty International to Alberto Fernández: “Human rights problems in Venezuela have not dissipated” The humanitarian organization issued a strong statement in response to the statements of the Argentine president, who spoke in favor of normalizing diplomatic relations with the Caribbean country because, supposedly, “the accusations against the…

Interamerican Watch Newsletter

Interamerican Watch Newsletter – Issue 76

Inter-American Watch Friday, April 15th, 2022 Argentina Kirchnerism and Latin American allies frustrated a resolution against Russia at Eurolat The consensus to condemn Russia was frustrated because a group of Latin American legislators, the majority referenced in progressive parties, refused to vote with the Europeans and wanted to impose their own resolution.…Read more >> Source:…

Interamerican Watch Newsletter

Interamerican Watch Newsletter – Issue 75

Inter-American Watch Wednesday, April 13th, 2022 Bolivia Narcoaudios: Congressman reminds Evo that he had three former anti-drug chiefs linked to drug trafficking The Congressman from Creeemos suspects that the “narcoaudios” case is part of “a giant plan, linking drug trafficking with state institutions, the Bolivian police and high-ranking political power.” …Read more >> Source: noticiasfides.com…

Haiti Working Group

The Interamerican Institute for Democracy (IID) and the Adam Smith Center for Economic Freedom of Florida International University (FIU) have set up a working group for Haiti, with the purpose of delivering a proposal to the international community for that country. The working group is coordinated by Dr. Ricardo Israel and is composed of a group of…