RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Latin America experienced a year full of elections in 2021. Ecuador, Peru, Nicaragua, Chile, and Honduras elected new heads of state and deputies, while Argentina and Venezuela renewed sectional and regional governments.
Next year, in 2022, it will be the turn of Costa Rica, Colombia, and Brazil to determine the ideological map of the region, which has undergone profound changes in recent years.
"2021 and 2022 are election years for Latin America, and each election is an important process for each country, marking a before and after... There is a commonality in the region's elections . . .