Latin America’s street protests demonstrate the vitality of democracy
Holding street protests to strengthen democratic rule is new in Latin America. In the past, demonstrations have targeted dictatorial governments. Now, in nearly every case, the executive has agreed to open a dialogue with the marchers. The protests are a sign of the new vitality of democracy in the region as well as evidence of new social inclusion.
<i>Media coverage of global events around the world records demonstrators taking to the streets to protest against something their government has done - or not done. The majority of the protests are non-violent. Some, such as the riots in Egypt, have been bloody in the extreme. This report looks into what is happening on the stree...
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