Organization of American States
Un año en Honduras le dió al veterano Brasileño nuevas perspectivas sobra la construcción de instituciones.
A year in Honduras gave the veteran Brazilian prosecutor new perspectives on institution building.
The dismissal of Panama’s permanent representative to the OAS is a setback for the inter-American human rights system ahead of a March 22 vote that will decide the IACHR's future.

Top stories this week are likely to include: post-election protests in Mexico; OAS to issue its report on Fernando Lugo’s ouster; anti-mining protests continue in Peru; Raúl Castro arrives in Vietnam; and ASEAN-Latin America Business Forum gets underway.

Top stories this week are likely to include: Enrique Peña Nieto appears set for victory in Mexico; OAS sends a delegation to Paraguay; Vietnam to build trade ties with Latin America; Julian Assange still under consideration for asylum; and Hugo Chávez and Henrique Capriles Radonski officially begin campaigning ahead of October’s election.

The answer rests on whether Fernando Lugo's ouster falls under the definition of an "impeachment coup."

Top stories this week are likely to include: proposed OAS human rights commission reform; OAS meeting underway in Bolivia; Pacific Alliance meeting on Wednesday; Peru-Chile relations; and no end in sight to the anti-mining protests in Peru.

The OAS needs to strengthen its election observation missions.


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