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miércoles, 25 de enero de 2017

The decline of progressivism and the resurgence of the right in Latin America

The decline of progressivism and the resurgence of the right in Latin America
- In 2010, the Argentinian TV station Encuentro broadcast a series of interviews with Latin American presidents that would go down in history: Brazilian Lula da Silva, Venezuelan Hugo Chávez, Ecuadorian Rafael Correa, Argentinian Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, Chilean Michelle Bachelet, Uruguayan Pepe Mujica and Paraguayan Fernando Lugo. All of them, however diverse, had one thing in common: they formed part of those governments describing themselves as progressive.