President Trump still does not acknowledge his defeat for re-election in the United States – Prensa Libre

Washington (United States), 29/11/2020.- US President Donald J. Trump returns to the White House after spending Thanksgiving weekend at Camp David, in Washington, DC, USA, 29 November 2020. (Estados Unidos) EFE/EPA/Chris Kleponis / POOL In the first interview after the elections in the United States, Donald Trump continues without admitting his defeat against Joe Biden. … Read more

Trump accuses Pfizer of delaying vaccine to hurt his re-election

The president once again cast a shadow over the elections on November 3. This time he focused his accusations on the pharmaceutical industry, but he also had words for the Democratic opposition. WASHINGTON DC – The president of the United States, Donald Trump, accused the pharmaceutical company Pfizer on Friday, that last week announced the … Read more

London is at the center of the effort to rob Donald Trump of re-election in the United States

November 17, 2020 – LaRouche’s posts have provided ample evidence over the past four years that every step of the coup attempt against President Donald Trump has its origins in the UK. Now lawyer Sidney Powell, who turned the witch hunt against General Michael Flynn in the “Russiagate,” has discovered that electoral fraud of gigantic … Read more

Tanzania.- Magufuli seeks re-election in Tanzania in a tense climate due to the persecution of the opposition

The president leaves a priori with the advantage of achieving a second term but there is fear of what may happen later MADRID, 27 Oct. (EUROPA PRESS) – Tanzania celebrates this Wednesday presidential and parliamentary elections that are preceded by a climate of tension due to the persecution that the opposition has been subjected to … Read more

Tanzania.- Magufuli seeks reelection in Tanzania in a tense climate due to the persecution of the opposition

The president leaves a priori with the advantage of achieving a second term but there is fear of what may happen later MADRID, 27 Oct. (EUROPA PRESS) – Tanzania is holding presidential and parliamentary elections this Wednesday that are preceded by a climate of tension due to the persecution that the opposition has been subjected … Read more

IACHR maintains that indefinite reelection is not recognized as a human right.

The statement was made in the framework of the oral hearings convened by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, to address the issue of indefinite re-election at the request of Colombia. “Regarding indefinite presidential re-election as a human right, neither in the scope of the inter-American system nor in international law has an autonomous right … Read more

“He put his hands on me …”: Trump’s reelection is at risk with new sexual assault scandal

WASHINGTON, (United States). – The tycoon and current president of the United States, Donald Trump, has been characterized by being a controversial figure and much more since he began his political career which has been starred in statements and “iconic” moments. However, this Thursday, September 17, the candidate for reelection is involved in a scandal … Read more

“Santa Jacinda”, the New Zealand premier who beat the coronavirus, confessed that she smoked marijuana in search of her re-election

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern greatly increased her popularity after her tenure of the pandemic.EFE / EPA / DAVID ROWLAND. The question from the moderator of the debate in New Zealand for the general election on October 17 was: “Jacinda Ardern, did you ever smoke cannabis (marijuana)?” “Yes, I do”, the popular prime minister … Read more

The IACHR’s opinion on indefinite reelection, is it late for Bolivia? | Video

The Bolivian attorney, Alberto Javier Morales Vargas, considers that the advisory opinion of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) is late for Bolivia, but it will be useful for the rest of the region. “Bolivians have experienced death, pain, anxiety, instability firsthand,” Morales said.

I / A Court HR debates on indefinite reelection in the region

The Inter-American Court, based in San José, Costa Rica, considers the issue of reelection in the region as a “human right”, an argument used by representatives of authoritarian regimes to remain in power. The sessions to address the issue are carried out through virtual hearings in which experts, former governors, organizations that defend democracy and … Read more