Nicaragua: Parliamentarians Meet in Managua

The National Assembly of Nicaragua will begin its sessions on Monday, when it will debate possible reforms to the Childhood and Adolescence Code, the law on violence against women and the Family Code. The Parliament will also discuss the suspension of legal personalities and will assess the approval of 11 »

Piñera to Attend New Electoral Law Enactment Ceremony

President Sebastian Piñera will head the ceremony for the enactment of the law on Automatic and Voluntary Voting, a norm that will govern the elections on October 2012. The electoral legal initiative was approved by Congress in December and it represents an increase of nearly five million votes in the »

US Denies Responsibility for Iranian Scientist Murder

The U.S. government has denied any responsibility for the killing of an Iranian nuclear scientist in a car bomb attack in northern Tehran on Wednesday.  In Washington, National Security Council spokesman Tommy Vietor said the U.S. “had absolutely nothing to do” with the attack.»

Chile Hosts First CELAC Troika Meeting

The foreign ministers of Chile, Cuba and Venezuela host on Monday in this capital the first meeting of the troika that their governments make up in the recent founded Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC).»

Bolivia: Democracy Expands with New Justice System

Bolivia will start on Tuesday a new stage in the democratic construction of the Plurinational State, when the 56 judges elected in historic elections swear in during a ceremony in the city of Sucre. Bolivia became in 2011 the first nation in the world to choose their judges by popular »