Chilean lawmakers agreed on Friday to hold a referendum next April on replacing the country’s unpopular Pinochet-era constitution, bowing to demands of protesters who say the country’s decades-old social model has created deep inequality.
The head of Argentina's Civil Aviation Administration, ANAC, said the office will “collaborate with Justice in all necessary aspects referred to the coming weekly flight between Malvinas Islands and Brazil, with a stopover at Cordoba, once a month”.
Ousted Bolivian president Evo Morales said on Friday that fresh elections could be held without him, potentially removing an obstacle to choosing a new leader in the landlocked country thrown into turmoil by his resignation over a contested vote.
This month the UK Hydrographic Office will be conducting seabed mapping surveys to support safe maritime trade and the development of a sustainable blue economy.
The widely recognized as interim president of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó, convened for this Saturday a great day of protest throughout the country to maintain the pulse in the street against the government of Nicolás Maduro, an initiative backed by the Episcopal Conference of Venezuela (CEV), which also called for citizen mobilization.
Next 24 November Uruguayans will cast their runoff ballot to elect the next president, scheduled to take office in March 2020. The dispute is between the two winners of the first round on 27 October, the candidate from the ruling coalition that has enjoyed fifteen years in office, and the leader of the opposition who has managed to conform a working multicolor majority in the next Legislative, and is ahead in opinion polls tendencies.
Ahead of the Falkland Islands Government Executive Committee decision recently setting out new criteria for Individual Transferable Quota (ITQ) extensions from 2021 to 2046 Beauchene Fishing Co Ltd and Copemar S.A signed a new Joint Venture agreement to commence from 2021.