Ecuadorean Government Continues Privatizing Key Public Sectors
FTS News Bits | Ecuadorean president Lenin Moreno's position on privatizing public companies was made after irregularities inside the company came to light. He added that workers that resist changes will face sanctions. Workers are ...
FTS News Bits | For more on how things are looking in Caracas, We are joined by journalist. Lucas Koerner of the independent news website, Venezuela analysis...
Ecuador Chooses A New Vice President
FTS News Bits | Otto Sonnenholzner has been chosen as the Ecuador's new vice president. The National Assembly chose him with 94 votes in favor, out of 128 assembly members. There were 27 against and ...
Court in Argentina Sentences Former Ford Executives
FTS News Bits | A court has given prison sentences to two former ford executives for their part in the dirty war conducted by the military dictatorship. The case has thrown light on the support ...
Venezuela’s CNE Has Announced Municipal Elections’ Results
FTS News Bits | Over 20 million venezuelans were eligible to vote for local councillors.
Prime Minister Theresa May Postpones Parliamentary Vote on Brexit
FTS News Bits | May says she will discuss Brexit deal concerns with EU-Leaders after it became clear that she would not be able to secure a majority.
Colombia Celebrates Peace Agreement's Second Anniversary
FTS News Bits | President Ivan Duque, along with all members of his party, failed to attend the event, turning their backs on all victims and veterans of the armed conflict.
Mexican Government Deports Tear Gassed Migrants
FTS News Bits | According to the National Institute of Migration around 100 people have been deported or are in the process of being deported. On the other hand, US President Donald Trump has justified ...
Brazilian Indigenous Peoples Worried About Their Future
FTS News Bits | Indigenous communities express their concern about the incoming Jair Bolsonaro’s administration.
Quito Celebrates Int. Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women
FTS News Bits | More than ten thousand people marched against the violence that ecuadorean women face on a daily basis.