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  Number 424 | Noviembre 2016
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A new move on the game board: The voters’ massive “NO!”
The governing party was guaranteed a massive victory with no need for ballot fraud this time after having prohibited both national and international observation, cancelled the participation of the only... continuar...


Nicaragua briets
ELECTION EXPENSES This year’s atypical elections cost the country US$55.25 million, $12.6 million more than the last elections in 2011, with no explanation given for the increase. Another... continuar...


“We need new, authentic elections and a government of national unity”
So, what now, after the consummated electoral farce of November 6? Answering this question requires us to look further into the future. Discussing proposals for the future is what really matters in... continuar...


“This time they committed the perfect fraud”
Between Daniel Ortega’s first consecutive reelection on November 6, 2011, and his re-inauguration on January 10, 2012, a group of Nicaraguan statis¬ticians and mathematicians presented the study “Elecciones... continuar...


Four keys to the volatile success of the Ortega-Murillo project
The regime built by the late President Hugo Chávez in Venezuela is breaking up over a stormy sea of oil, Honduran President Mel Zelaya was deposed in 2009 by a coup d’état that was ineffectively repudiated... continuar...


Peasant voices against the canal Project
The interoceanic canal project has never consulted the peasant communities along the route of the channel that will split Nicaragua in two. The government has responded to the peasant protests against... continuar...


Green glimpses of hope against a blood red background
If we had to portray in paint Honduras’ situation this year, the background would surely be blood red, the color of our national reality after the murder of environmental activist Berta Cáceres, the... continuar...


“We lack the imagination to think of alternatives”
A great Guatemalan sociologist, Edelberto Torres- Rivas, whom many of you know and of whose research CLASCO is fortunately preparing a compilation, has written in one of his recent works about “the pessimism... continuar...

América Latina

The Trump shock in Latin America
Despite US President-elect Donald Trump’s crude behavior, insulting rhetoric and vicious incitement over the past year and a half, the mantra in the coming days will inevitably be that it’s time to... continuar...

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