Argentina’s Progressive Agenda Rekindles Left-wing Hopes in Latin America

The legalization of abortion places the country at the forefront in the region, in opposition to Bolsonaro's conservatism and López Obrador's inertia.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The legal abortion law passed on December 29th in Argentina has mobilized the Latin American left-wing.

Having lost the hegemony it had at the start of this century, when virtually the whole continent was ruled by progressive governments, the left's returns to power were hampered by economic crises and later by the pandemic.

Now the revival of the social rights agenda could be the foundation for new achievements, providing . . .

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