The president of Venezuela appeared next to Raúl Castro and Miguel Díaz-Canel. Maduro celebrated the triumph of the Frente de Todos in Argentina. "Good and better airs arrived," he said.
Alberto Fernández will be visiting Mexican President López Obrador as soon as next week. He tried to get a photo op with the Mexican leader in August but AMLO wanted to wait after the election.
After four years out of power, Peronists will return to the Casa Rosada. The Alberto Fernandez-Cristina Kirchner ticket defeated the president of Argentina.
Dan Rastrepo, Obama's former adviser on Latin American affairs, talked to LPO about his views on the Mexican president, the wave of protests in the region, and the impeachment of Donald Trump.
Mexico's Chief Trade Negotiator: "We're on the verge of approving the USMCA, it would come into effect within months"
Undersecretary Jesús Seade said that Democrats no longer have doubts about labor reform in Mexico, which encourages optimism.
Alberto Fernández must navigate a new stage of Peronism in power, with leadership and programmatic definitions to settle.
The story of Hunter Biden in Mexico. Giuliani's disclosures on the 2018 transition. The AMLO administration calculations.
A number of mysterious notebooks supposedly detailing the bribes received by the former president and current VP candidate appeared after they were believed to have been incinerated.
The economy fell 0.4% in August versus the previous year, with two months down in the second half of the year. Inflation remains at 3%.
Was the DEA Involved in the Failed Detention of El Chapo's Son? Trump Called AMLO After the Culiacán Crisis
López Obrador reported that they talked about the episode that culminated in the release of Ovidio Guzmán. Meanwhile, House Democrats show renewed interest in the actions of the drug enforcement agency.
Security Secretary Alfonso Durazo offered his resignation to the president. The Secretariat of National Defense remains silent and the role of the Trump administration. Heavy accusations against the local authorities.
The Spanish government will wait until the weekend to apply extraordinary measures in Barcelona. On Tuesday more than 40 thousand took to the streets.