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This week will see intensified negotiations as Argentina tries to avoid a ninth sovereign default. Beyond Argentina, the spread of Covid-19 in the region will dominate the week ahead even as some countries tentatively loosen restrictions; yesterday, 17 May, the number of confirmed cases in Latin America and the Caribbean reached 500,000. Brazil remains the region’s Covid-19 epicenter and the country where both policy confusion and political snarl-up is greatest. Mexico and Peru begin limited re-openings this week despite concern about rising (and hidden) cases. Separately, and only i
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Latam Pulse

( 5 mins read ) This week, social tensions in Colombia are back at front and center of the domestic political agenda. In Peru, President Martin Vizcarra faces the threat of impeachment amid yet another confrontation with Congress. Brazilwill see

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ARGENTINA: Political problems mount for government

( 5 mins read ) The government is struggling under the weight of multiple crises. President Alberto Fernandez’s political weakness and his VP’s own agenda and power base will continue to complicate governability. Policy incoherence is set to continue amid

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( 4 mins read ) This week, Mexico’s 2021 budget will be unveiled. Brazil could see moves to get Congress working more normally, though preparations for November’s municipal elections will occupy most attention. Peru’s well-regarded finance minister is in Congress’s

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( 5 mins read ) This week, new Covid-19 cases remain stubbornly high across much of the region. Meanwhile, Mexico’s Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) is likely to offer a rose-tinted view of the economy in an annual set-piece speech.

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CHILE: Covid-19 and the constitutional referendum

( 3 mins read ) The official campaign period for the 25 October constitutional referendum gets underway from today, 26 August. The referendum, which was postponed from April due to the Covid-19 pandemic, is the result of a hastily-reached cross-party

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I'm not sure why people are surprised by Suga's polls given that Abe's numbers held up for years even as he not only was accused of influence peddling -- but with consistently more than 70% of poll respondents saying they didn't believe his explanations for the accusations.

Nikai expresses his hopes that a "long winter" with China has passed and that Xi's visit could proceed in a "calm atmosphere."

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https://news.yahoo.co.jp/articles/40fc3ca326d4c31aaf2fe494d7491333b64d9212

Hoy es un gran día para recordar que los judíos de Europa oriental entendían que la palabra hebrea para vid (GueFeN) escondía 3 bendiciones en yiddish:

G uezunte (salud)
P arnuse (sustento)¹
N ajes (alegrías)

Que así sea! 😊
Shana tova! 🍷

¹ En hebreo, F y P son la misma letra

Pucha con 5 muertes diarias el Presidente hablaba al país y con 300 no. ¿Kirchneristas escondiéndose cuando hay muertes influidas por la política pública de dónde me suena?

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