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This week, the region’s sustained “first wave” of Covid-19 will continue to weigh across most countries. Meanwhile, in Argentina, a controversial judicial reform may pass a Senate vote but still faces an uncertain horizon; in parallel, the new deadline for bondholders to accept the government’s debt restructuring offer falls this week. In Brazil, a “Big Bang” infrastructure package goes to Congress as Economy Minister Paulo Guedes tries to get out of political hot water. Venezuela’s opposition is hoping for a relaunch. Finally, in Chile, campaigning starts ahead of the 25 October
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( 5 mins read ) This week, in Argentina, economic uncertainty and political tensions are likely to persist ahead of an International Monetary Fund (IMF) visit. In Brazil, expect more wrangling in Congress over how to pay for a payroll tax cut

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( 4 mins read ) This week should see moves in Brazil’s Congress on a new federative pact and tax reforms. In Peru, executive-congressional relations will remain tense following last week’s failed impeachment vote. Argentina will also see tensions over

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( 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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Alejandro Catterberg en diálogo con @LongobardiM: “La crisis económica es un hecho, y esa realidad está llevando al Presidente a una posición mucho más débil, obligándolo cada vez más a recostarse sobre el núcleo duro cristinista del 25%.”

Alejandro Catterberg en diálogo con @LongobardiM: “La economía dejó de ser determinada por la política y pasó a ser definida por la crisis mundial, agravada en Argentina por la duración de la cuarentena.”

Alejandro Catterberg en diálogo con @LongobardiM: “El electorado argentino ya no está dividido en tres tercios. Hay una amplia mayoría que rechaza a Cristina Kirchner y a Mauricio Macri.”

Alejandro Catterberg en diálogo con @LongobardiM: “Fuera de los dos núcleos duros de cristinistas y macristas, hay un 54% que nosotros llamamos “Ni-Ni políticos”. Se trata de gente que dio vuelta la página, y viene creciendo constantemente en el tiempo -en 2016 era 33%-.”

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