September has been rather slow when compared to the coverage I’ve done in previous months, but my column has returned to its weekly place. In the second half of the month two pieces have been published. The first looks at El Salvador’s president Nayib Bukele’s September 15 announcement on running for re-election, which is illegal according to the country’s constitution. This piece can be read here.
The final article for September looks at how attacks on the press have increased in Costa Rica in the new government of president Rodrigo Chaves Robles in the months since he took office in May. Something new for the country, which is widely seen as being the most stable democracy in Central America. This piece can be read here.
I am going to be updating the website more in the next few weeks. Keep an eye out for the changes.