Latin America

In 2018, 350 million Latin Americans have the chance to vote for change

Venezuelans pose with their ink-stained fingers after voting for the successor of late President Hugo Chavez, in Caracas April 14, 2013. Venezuelans went to the polls to decide whether to honor Chavez's dying wish for a longtime loyalist to continue his hardline socialism or hand power to a young challenger vowing business-friendly changes. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (VENEZUELA  - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS) - GM1E94E1SHB01

A super-cycle of elections awaits. In which direction will countries in the region turn? Image: REUTERS/Tomas Bravo

Liz Rebecca Alarcón
Venture Manager, Accelerate Change
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