The usual playbook of populist nonsense didn't work, and Jacinda Ardern won by a mile.
The leftwing MAS party of Evo Morales was forced out amid violent protests a year ago.
Inspired by peers in Hong Kong, youth activists in Thailand are applying similar tactics to their own movement.
The vote comes after a year of rule by a conservative interim government that is accused of human rights violations.
The 'spycops' bill is supposed to provide a legal framework for covert activity, but critics say it will legalise crimes committed by state operatives.
A new law allows foreign investors into the oil sector, which was nationalized by the founder of the country's 'revolution,' Hugo Chávez.
Recent elections sparked mass protests following allegations of widespread vote-buying.
Peru's government backed down from using the medicines for inpatients, but is still recommending it for COVID sufferers who have not been hospitalized.
Officials also tried to cover up the misuse of funds, according to a new Senate report.
The president's "hugs no bullets" security strategy and casual approach to COVID has prompted strong criticism from the right.
In the video, B.C. Liberal candidate Jane Thornthwaite tells a group of politicians that NDP candidate Bowinn Ma is "very pretty lady" who uses her "cleavage" to get what she wants.
A controversial proposal by President Iván Duque could fuel protests against police violence, and their violent repression.