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Elections in Latin America in November put the region’s political map on the line

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Latin America will have a loaded electoral agenda in November. The polls will change the political map in Argentina, Chile, and Honduras and increase tension in Nicaragua. President Daniel Ortega will win his reelection in general elections after arresting all opposition candidates one by one.

Nicaragua goes to the polls this Sunday with Ortega as its only candidate, as the opposition considers the other contenders to be "cronies" of the regime. The president is seeking his third consecutive reelection.

Ortega launched a severe crackdown in June, when he began arresting all opposition candidates who, according to . . .

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