Cowards those who do not Phone Number List embrace democracy. Get Venezuela out of oil, take it to the deepest democracy, if you have to step aside, do it. Someone might object that in the first "turn to the left" there were also different strategic bets, political cultures and sensitivities. But it is no less true that there was a common space and close ties between progressive governments, regardless of whether they had more "social democratic" or more "populist" biases, with a Phone Number List certain division of tasks, in the South American case, between "" Brazil » and » Venezuela, both in terms of regional integration and in terms of networks of parties and movements. Precisely, the overlapping of these “two lefts” is what defined the progressive cycle that operated from Phone Number List the mid-2000s to the mid-2010s, with different periods depending on the country. Today we see an entrenchment of the most Bolivarian discourses, with less expansive capacity.
The only thing that seems to coincide Phone Number List is in celebrating different electoral victories as proof of the existence of the "second cycle", but there is less talk of the day after and of the specific steps taken by the government. The right for some years also added several electoral victories: Iván Duque in Colombia, Mauricio in Argentina, Sebastián in Chile, and this was not enough for a conservative cycle to be verified in practice in the Phone Number List region. And this is so largely because those governments failed internally, were not very ambitious, within their ideological coordinates, abroad, and acted in a poorly coordinated manner. There were several factors that prevented this Phone Number List cycle from materializing: its "globalism" was outdated by the effects of Donald Trump's ; social organizations maintained a veto power.
The previous cycle, over measures Phone Number List that were too «neoliberal»; and the forces of the left preserved electoral flows that allowed them to remain competitive. Added to this were social mobilizations in several countries, with the Chilean outburst as the most significant expression. There was only one exception that does not change the background: the Phone Number List coordinated effort in pursuit of "regime change" in Venezuela and, in terms of integration, the dismantling of . There was nothing more noteworthy – the Forum for the Progress of South America Phone Number List was nothing more than the name of an aspiration – and the governments lived with high.