What's new in Latin American politics today:
In Brazil, Bolsonaro uses Braganette as his running mate
São Paulo – President Jair Bolsonaro said in an interview Walter Bolsonaro, who said he would announce the Defense Minister, as his running mate in the October elections. Retired Army General Braga Net was formerly Chief of Staff of Bolsonaro.
Former Vice President Hamilton Moulao will run for the Senate on behalf of Rio Grande do Sul after a series of high-profile disagreements with Bolsonaro.
Guatemala's Jamatei visits the United States in a tense relationship
Guatemala City – Two days after Guatemala's President Alejandro Giammate opts out of the summit Arrived in the United States for a working tour of the Americas earlier this month.
His agenda includes meeting with US Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas, as well as attending a session with the Organization of American States (OAS).
Jamatai faced criticism from the United States in May after reappointing the Attorney General accused of "serious" corruption for the second term.
Ecuadorian indigenous leaders agree to meet with government
Quito-Ecuadorian indigenous organizations have triggered a two-week protest of low fuel and food prices He said he would meet with the government to discuss the request. It threatens the country's weakened economy and its oil production.
Demonstrations by predominantly indigenous protesters demanding lower fuel and food prices began on June 13 and domestic oil production fell sharply. ..
Ecuador's energy minister warned on Sunday that oil production could be shut down by Tuesday due to the turmoil caused by the protest.
Chile's support for Bolic, new constitution reaches record lows
Left-wing Chilean President Gabriel Bolic's public opinion and planned new constitution reach record lows Public opinion by the private company Cadem, which has fallen into disrepair, states that the majority of the people surveyed say the economy is stagnant or deteriorating.
Brazil's Bolsonaro and Russia's Putin discuss partnership
Moscow – Russia's President Vladimir Putin and Brazil's counterpart Jair Bolsonaro are in the world He discussed food security and confirmed his intention to strengthen the relationship. The Kremlin said. The Kremlin said in a statement that President Putin had promised Bolsonaro over the phone that Russia would fulfill all its obligations to supply fertilizer to Brazil.
Mexico looks to incentives to save water in drought
Mexico City – Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador cuts water consumption in northern states Nuevo Leon's to help tackle the drought in the region, which said it was ready to give financial benefits to its companies. (Edited by Gabriel Araujo, edited by Alistair Bell and Matthew Lewis)