"Latin America has always reflected great political and institutional instability, but not like in recent times," Juan Battaleme, academic director of the Argentine Council for International Relations (CARI), told EFE.
"Today there is political instability in Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Venezuela and Central America, and this makes it seem that there is a high degree of instability", he analyzed.
These ups and downs, according to the member of the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), "come from a greater degree of social polarization and little possibility of improvement within a reasonable period of time".
This crisis is compounded by . . .