By Andrés Manuel López which Phone Number List included the boycott of the 2006 elections, in which the candidate of the Party of the Democratic Revolution was less than one point behind the right. Today, with government, Zapatismo administers, through its good government committees, a series of small Chiapas municipalities, surrounded by an army Phone Number List that tolerates it, and continues to fascinate European backpackers. Which left comes back? The end of the wave of leftist governments, the longest and most brilliant of the Latin Phone Number List American left, is well known.
Between the change in international Phone Number List conditions, the natural wear and tear after more than a decade of uninterrupted exercise of power, the difficulties in processing the succession and the strengthening of the rightist bloc, the left was displaced from the government through clean elections (Argentina, Uruguay, Chile) or Phone Number List through coups or semi-coups (Paraguay, Brazil, Bolivia); and, if he managed to stay in power, it was at the cost of an authoritarian turn (Venezuela, Nicaragua). The failure of right-wing experiments, which failed to consolidate a Phone Number List long-term political cycle like neoliberalism in the 1990s, created the opportunity for a comeback on the left.
But what left is the one that Phone Number List returns? As in the previous stage, the family on the left is far from being homogeneous. In this new time, there are three different groups, which do not constitute pure categories but groups that we can build on the basis of two or three intuitions. First, the authoritarian left in Venezuela and Nicaragua. Although Phone Number List Hugo Chávez and Daniel Ortega were originally elected democratically, and therefore should be included in the broad family of the democratic left, both regimes gradually drifted into increasingly Phone Number List authoritarian systems: today they are the only Latin American countries with political prisoners and imprisoned