The pendulum is swinging back to the left. Since 2018, many countries in Latin America have replaced right wing or centrist leaders with leftist governments.
A trend that picked up speed last year. And now, in 2022, we could see Colombia and the continent’s biggest country, Brazil, following suit.
Paulo Cabral reports from Sao Paulo.
- Jorge Heine is a former Chilean Ambassador to China
- Claudia Trevisan is the Executive Director of Brazil-China Business Council.
- Arthur Estopinan is International and Public Affairs Chief with the Estopinan Group, a consultancy firm.
- Jiang Shixue is Director of the Center for Latin American Studies, at Shanghai University.
— AFP News Agency (@AFP) December 22, 2021
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