Encouraging the Left of Latin America
The victory will encourage the Latin American left. Chavez want it mounted on to win the regional elections of November and Morales to go to a constitutional referendum that could win. Nicaragua will want to take advantage of it to push its Central American partners towards a more critical to U.S. while becoming the chief defender of western Iran and Russia’s recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Ecuadorian events may encourage more supporters of Paraguayan President Fernando Lugo for wanting to take stronger measures against the system inherited after six decades of Colorado Party. In Peru, Ollanta Humala and unions want to take advantage of it to go to undermine the government of Alan Garcia in popularity is low, while in Colombia, the Democratic Pole attempt to make use of the drive to undermine the very social support that has President Alvaro Uribe.a Ecuador has a very important role to play in global politics or economics. However, the referendum would not let it stand in the administration of George W. Bush.
At times when McCain wanted to use the recent expulsion of U.S. ambassadors to Caracas to La Paz and enrostrar Barack Obama that he wants to negotiate with Chavez (who is accused of pro-terrorist dictator), the Democrats now want to remove points you can the Republicans arguing that its war in Iraq has neglected Latin America and radicalized. The referendum in Ecuador has given impetus to the wave rose has been doing that most Latin American governments now has left that claim, but also, paradoxically, may help provide some stability and control a constant source of social pressures the region. Correa meanwhile boasts of having imposed a constitution that provides greater access to health, education and legal aid creates the a fourth social power to control the executive, legislative and judicial, Evan d prevents foreign military presence and has given the greatest concession made a Latin American diaspora (5% of the new parliament will be elected by the Ecuadorean foreign compatriots). Internally the opposition seek to question the church group to new concessions to homosexuals or abortion, encouraging regionalism Guayaquil or the Amazon or questioning a possible presidential authoritarianism. For their part, many trade union and indigenous organizations will want to avail themselves of the victory of the Yes to seek to radicalize the process. Meanwhile President should seek to be overwhelmed by those sides as it can go looking for de-dollarization of the economy without having to dispose of large investors with nationalization. Isaac Bigio is an international analyst.
Write to dozens of media outlets in five continents. He obtained postgraduate degrees in History and Economic Policy at the London School of Economics & Political Sciences. The decision, considered the leading international university specializing in social sciences, he has also taught political science and public administration.