By Nathan M. Walters, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – The diplomatic fallout following the recent impeachment of former Paraguay president Fernando Lugo continued over the weekend. Brazil has condemned the impeachment and joined a growing list of countries that are calling their diplomats in Asuncion back home for consultations.
Many governments in Latin America, including Argentina, Ecuador, Uruguay, and Columbia, share the view that the deposition of Lugo amounts to what the Cuban government has called a "parliamentary coup d'etat".
Paraguay's opposition-led Congress voted to remove Lugo from his position on Friday, a response to . . .