On Monday 5 September 2022, it was announced that the Rt Hon Liz Truss MP had been elected the new leader of the Conservative Party, following the resignation of Boris Johnson MP and subsequent leadership election.
Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro explained Chile's proposed Constitution failed to get past Sunday's referendum because the process had been “mediatized.”
Argentina's Presidential Spokeswoman Gabriela Cerruti Tuesday denied the administration of President Alberto Fernández was planning to send a bill to Congress to legislate against hate speech and insisted there were already enough instruments to deal with the problem.
In a ceremony at Balmoral Castle, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Tuesday made the 47-year-old Liz Truss' appointment as Prime Minister official. Earlier in the day, the monarch had accepted Boris Johnson's resignation.
Colombian health authorities Monday confirmed 938 people had been diagnosed with monkeypox nationwide, with the bulk of the cases being in Bogotá.
Uruguayan Foreign Minister Francisco Bustillo is off on a European tour seeking to further develop his country's trade ties as the last inflation index showed the government of President Luis Lacalle Pou was already above its 2022 targets.
Argentina's Security Minister Aníbal Fernández Monday argued that the Federal Police did not tamper with the mobile phone belonging to the Brazilian national arrested in connection with the assassination attempt against Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro signed into law the bill lowering from 25 to 21 years the minimum age for voluntary sterilization, also allowing women to undergo the procedure right after giving birth, it was published Monday in the Diário Oficial da União (Official Gazette).
Chilean President Gabriel Boric Font Monday announced a few adjustments will be made to his administration after voters chose to reject the progressive Constitution penned to replace the one from the Agusto Pinochet era.
Former Paraguayan President and current Senator Fernando Lugo is to continue his recovery in Argentina, it was announced Monday in Asunción.