Political Reckonings Loom in Pivotal Elections Across Latin America

A protester holds up fake money during an anti-corruption march in Lima, Peru, Dec. 20, 2017 (AP photo by Martin Mejia).
A protester holds up fake money during an anti-corruption march in Lima, Peru, Dec. 20, 2017 (AP photo by Martin Mejia).
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After a tumultuous year of political upheaval and economic turmoil in Latin America, 2018 promises to bring a measure of clarity as voters in some of the region’s biggest, most important countries go to the polls. But as the new year begins, the prevailing mood from Sao Paolo to Mexico City is one of uncertainty, with an unprecedented range of possible outcomes. This year, voters will choose presidents in Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Paraguay and Costa Rica. Venezuela will also hold a presidential election, or so says President Nicolas Maduro. What is remarkable in the elections in the first three— Brazil, […]

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