Two years on from Odebrecht: What progress has been made?
- Hermione Greenhalgh
Last night Canning House held the second part of the series which looks at some of the innovations and obstacles in the fight against corruption in Latin America.
Their discussion highlighted that democracy is relatively strong in the Southern Cone, but there are a number of challenges to it. Corruption and crime are deeply-rooted problems, and some voters have become increasingly disillusioned. In certain instances there also seems to be a disconnection between the people and the politicians and institutions that are intended to represent them. Watch the full discussion below.
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