Former Paraguayan President Fernando Lugo was reported Monday to be recovering well from the stroke he had on Aug. 10 and for which he underwent surgery in Asunción, fellow Senator Jorge Querey, who is also Lugo's personal physician, said.
Former Paraguayan President Fernando Lugo has landed in Buenos Aires to carry on with his recuperation after a stroke almost a month ago in Asunción, for which he underwent surgery.
Former Paraguayan President and current Senator Fernando Lugo is to continue his recovery in Argentina, it was announced Monday in Asunción.
Former Paraguayan President and current Senator Fernando Lugo had a tracheotomy performed on him late Tuesday after complications that led physicians to postpone the withdrawal of life-support paraphernalia.
Former Paraguayan leftwing President Fernando Lugo underwent surgery Thursday and remains in intensive care in serious condition at an Asunción Sanatorium, it was reported.
Former Paraguayan President Fernando Lugo has been hospitalized Wednesday in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) after a stroke for which he remains under an induced coma, according to fellow leftwing Senator Jorge Querey, who is also the family's head physician.
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) has agreed to accept the case of former Paraguayan President Fernando Lugo against the Paraguayan State for his removal of office through impeachment in June 2012.
With Latin America’s three most populous countries voting for president this year, it’s easy to overlook the election in landlocked Paraguay (population 7 million) that takes place on April 22.
Paraguay's conservative President Horacio Cartes reached out to his opponents Monday for talks after a bid to lift a ban on him seeking re-election sparked deadly riots. His opponents say the constitutional change would raise the risk of a return to dictatorship for a country that transitioned to democracy in 1989 after 35 years of military rule.
President Horacio Cartes fired Paraguay’s interior minister and chief of police on Saturday following the death of a young opposition party leader and violent overnight clashes sparked by a secret Senate vote for a constitutional amendment to allow presidential re-election.