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Bolivia coup led by Christian Fascist Paramilitary Leader and Millionaire – with Foreign Support

By Max Blumenthal and Ben Norton on November 11, 2019

When Luis Fernando Camacho stormed into Bolivia’s abandoned presidential palace in the hours after President Evo Morales’s sudden November 10 resignation, (more…)

Chile: A Day in Which the Fury against Piñera Became Evident

By Resumen Latinoamericano on November 13, 2019

On Tuesday Chile experienced one of the most complex days since the beginning of the social outburst that began almost a month ago. (more…)

Coup Against Evo Morales Moves Towards Consolidation

By Marco Teruggi, from La Paz on November 14, 2019

Photo: Henry Romero

“Welcome to a dictatorship,” said a woman while trying to escape tear gas bombs, motorcycles, trucks with young people under arrest, and military armored vehicles. (more…)

Cartography of a Coup d’état

By Katu Arkonada on November 13, 2019

How could the political process in a country that ensured so much equality in Latin America and the Caribbean collapse? (more…)

Evo Resigned to Avoid Violence and Piñera with More Than 20 Dead is Still There

November 13, 2019

The president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, set aside his presidential investiture to avoid bloodshed, after the police and military forces “suggested” he resign amid death (more…)

Coup D’état in Bolivia and Fake News: Neofascism Rhymes with Neoliberalism

By Marc Vandepitte on November 12, 2019

On Sunday 10 November, there was a coup d’état in Bolivia. The army forced the newly elected President Evo Morales to resign. (more…)

Lula is Free and Promptly Shows What a Strong Fighter He Is

By Eric Nepomuceno on November 11, 2019

What we were expecting has been confirmed; Brazil’s former president Luis Inacio Lula da Silva is free again and in the streets, the extreme right-winger Jair Bolsonaro (more…)

Chileans Distrust Announcement of New Constitution

November 11, 2019

Optimism and distrust prevailed in Chile last Monday as the Sebastian Piñera Administration informed the people they would begin a process to change the (more…)

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