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Ecuador: Protests against Tax Bills Continue

Bills proposing changes to inheritance and income taxes have sparked massive protests across Ecuador in the last three weeks.

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FPV Candidate Wins Tierra del Fuego Run-Off

Frente Para la Victoria (FPV) candidate Rosana Bertone was elected governor of Tierra del Fuego at yesterday’s second round.

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Buenos Aires Mayoral Candidates: Myriam Bregman

Buenos Aires Mayoral Candidates: Myriam Bregman

Ahead of the Buenos Aires City elections, The Indy will publish the profiles of the five candidates running for city mayor. Today: FIT candidate Myriam Bregman.

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Buenos Aires Mayoral Candidates: Mariano Recalde

Buenos Aires Mayoral Candidates: Mariano Recalde

Ahead of the Buenos Aires City elections, The Indy will publish the profiles of the five candidates running for city mayor. Today: FPV candidate Mariano Recalde.

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Santa Fe: Lifschitz Declared Governor-Elect After Recount

Miguel Lifschitz, of the Frente Progresista Cívico y Social (FPCyS), was declared governor-elect of Santa Fe today, after a recount of votes confirmed a narrow victory in the provincial election.

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Buenos Aires Mayoral Candidates: Martín Lousteau

Buenos Aires Mayoral Candidates: Martín Lousteau

Ahead of the Buenos Aires City elections, The Indy will publish the profiles of the five candidates running for city mayor. Today: ECO candidate Martín Lousteau.

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Army Chief Milani to Resign From Post for ‘Personal Reasons’

Argentine Army chief César Milani has submitted a request to resign from his position, according to a military press release

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Elections 2015: Thirteen Candidates Sign Up for Presidential Race

Thirteen candidates have been registered in the race to succeed President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, with the primaries in August the first hurdle to overcome.

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Dominican Republic: Tens of Thousands Face Deportation Under New Law

Tens of thousands of Dominicans of Haitian descent face an uncertain future after the eligibility period for residence registration expired on 17th June.

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Provincial Elections: FpV Loses in Mendoza, Wins in Tierra del Fuego

Gubernatorial elections were held in two more provinces over the weekend, with the UCR-PRO alliance victorious in Mendoza and the FpV coming first in Tierra del Fuego.

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