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Montevideo, May 29th 2022 - 02:08 UTC
Nicaragua's national assembly voted to scrap presidential term limits, which could allow current head of state Daniel Ortega to run again for election at the end of his current mandate. Read full article
Unbelievable! Only in the ALBA countries....
Is it a fact that the majority of Latam countries are ruled by former Marxist guerrillas? Little wonder they are going nowhere.
We have a Marxist commie, murderer and bank robber as our president.
Aren't we lucky: NOT.
They are all egocentric fools. One day headed straight for the nearest prison?
It takes them an eternity to take them to court and then given a slap on the hand. When will these countries realise that you have to have justice, and give these jokers very, very long jail sentences after taking them to court as soon as they leave office. That is the only way that the would be politicians would learn. It is no good giving them amnesty, they must have their day in court.
This is no surprise....or should not be. The equation is:
citizen guerrilla+(marxist)2=dictator+lifetime rule
Hi, my name is Manuel.
(everyone) Hi Manuel
And I am addicted to staying in office so I don't have to worry about the opposition's or my annoyed fellow party member who succeeds me's judiciary investigating me before I can flee the country, and so I can spirit money away, and have a nice house, and have people drive me everywhere, and feeling important, and maybe jailing or threatening to jail an opponent when I start feeling really cocky... and
(everyone claps because only so much confession is good for the soul)
(Dictocrats Anonymous session leader) Shots all around! I'm buying
Keep with those 12 steps, dude.
Yes, we change our constitutions as we want. Imagine that.
No, nobody cares what you lot think. Imagine that.
Change to create a dictator and create a dictocracy
@2 Golf, no not all, but unfortunately quite a few. Hindering the continent as a whole.
I am sure the Chileans, Colombians and Mexicans must be ashamed of this, as they are really making decent progress.
10 ilsen, Colombia's Uribe also changed the Constitution to run a second term and he was lobbying to run fpr a third term.
While @2golfcronie must think the befpre the formwr marxist presidents, Latin Americas right leaders led nations even the US wanted to emulate
@11 Hi Felipe,
Thanks for your comment regarding Uribe, I missed that!
Your second point is unclear, not sure what you mean, Can you try again, thanks!
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