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Democracy & Elections
There are more than 400 political prisoners in Venezuela, where any dissident can be jailed for their opinions.
Last week’s primaries show that most voters are looking for mainstream candidates for president in November.
With classes disrupted, the economy in shambles, and more peers in jail, Venezuela’s young opposition is raising its voice.
The Fujimori-led opposition is undermining Pedro Pablo Kuczynski's ability to govern – and Peruvians' trust in government – with relentless attacks.
Popular, persistent and under investigation: Why former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner may be gearing up for a congressional run.
Legislator and former student activist Miguel Pizarro, 29, is one of the leaders reinvigorating Venezuela's opposition.
To fix Ecuador's struggling economy, Moreno will need to break from his predecessor – without alienating his supporters.
Young people who came of age under Chavismo make up nearly half of those killed in anti-government marches.
She is a staunch conservative, but open to dialogue – to the benefit of U.S.-Latin America relations.
Brazil has few black politicians – and fewer who represent black interests. A new party hopes to change that.

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