This Week in Latin America

What’s good in the hood

Mexico passes junk food tax

Mexico passes junk food tax

This Week in Se Mancha

Brazil: Why the Protests didn’t sink Dilma (Theodore Kahn)
It´s Not About Today, It´s About 2015  (Emmanuel Ferrario)
What’s at stake in the Argentine elections (James Stranko)

…and from around the region

Mexico: Junk Food Tax Is Approved (NYT)
Mexican businesses vow fight on new tax laws (LAT)
Tropical Storm Sonia Stronger as It Nears Mexico’s Pacific Coast (NYT)
Tunnel for Smuggling Found Under U.S.-Mexico Border; Tons of Drugs Seized (NYT)
A Reminder of a Conflict That Faded Into History (NYT)
Mining in Mexico, The sovereign take (The Economist)
Argentine Media Limits Ruled Constitutional (NYT)
Party of Argentina’s leader loses ground in elections (LAT)
Argentina’s mid-term election, Cristina’s come-uppance (The Economist)
A Yellow Card, Then Unfathomable Violence, in Brazil  (NYT)
Brazilians Demand Information on Rio Slum Resident (NYT)
Brazil’s Eike Batista: From billionaire to bankruptcy (LAT)
After Twitter parody goes viral, Brazil leader meets her doppelganger (LAT)
Ex-U.S. Marine released after being held by Colombian rebels (LAT)
Dominican Republic citizenship ruling stirs outcry across Caribbean (LAT)
Cuba to Close Private Venues for Movies and Video Games  (NYT)

Ortega seeks constitutional change to permit indefinite reelection

Ortega seeks constitutional change to permit indefinite reelection in Nicaragua

…and in Spanish

“Pórtate bien, que si te comportas mal, te va a llevar el haitiano” (El Pais)
Los parias del Caribe (El Pais)
Cristina toca Clarín (Semana)
Ley de medios en Argentina no causará despidos (El Universal)
La crítica chavista a la política de Maduro, cada vez más evidente (El Pais)
7 de cada 10 ciudadanos evalúan negativamente situación del país (El Universal)
Twitter, el nuevo enemigo de Nicolás Maduro (Semana)
Chávez se le ‘apareció’ de nuevo a Maduro (Semana)
Los peruanos ven en la inseguridad el principal problema del país (El Pais)
Corrupción en la justicia colombiana  (Semana)
La quiebra de OGX proyecta sombras económicas en Brasil (El Pais)
El nuevo territorio que tendrá Nicaragua en su Constitución (Semana)
Panamá: 110 años de una tragicomedia (El tiempo)
Daniel Ortega busca una reelección indefinida con la reforma constitucional (El Pais)

Happy Halloween from No Se Mancha!

Happy Halloween from No Se Mancha!

Last week in Latin America

Thanks to Natalia Lozano for the update

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