Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela's representatives have not been invited to the upcoming event.Full Story
President-elect Luis Lacalle generated controversy with a proposal to attract investments to his country in exchange for tax benefits.Full Story
The IAU kicks off the first phase of the Southern Hemisphere Summer Campaign, which will go on until April and will carry out the scientific, technological and logistic projects planned for this year.
A right-wing political party will once again have control of the Uruguayan presidency following the latest round of elections
Analyst Pablo Kunich warned that popular mobilization will be important to curb the possible application of a neoliberal agenda in Uruguay.
As of Sunday night with 97.7 percent of votes counted, Lacalle leads with 48.8 over 47.4 percent for Martinez.
Approximately 2.6 million Uruguayans are entitled to vote and elect a new president on this Sunday's ballot.
The far-right politician who belongs to the Cabildo Abierto party published a video addressed to members of the armed forces, calling for them to not vote for left-wing Broad Front.
Sunday’s runoff will take place in an unstable regional context, after weeks of protest and conflict in Bolivia, Ecuador, and Chile.
Broad Front’s Martinez obtained 39.2 percent of the votes in the first round, while National Party’s Lacalle Pou reached 28.6 percent.
International fisheries carry out practices in the Atlantic because there is a “legal vacuum” that allows them to carry out illegal fishing not declared and unregulated.