Curtailing the influence of ex-presidents would create space for fresh leadership.
It’s been an exceptionally good year for incumbents in Latin America.

Bolivian President Evo Morales was elected for another five-year term on Sunday, winning 62.5 percent of the national vote and 78.5 percent in La Paz.

Colombian lawmakers approved a bill that paves the way for President Álvaro Uribe to seek another term, and the President has done nothing to discourage the possibility.

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