Founded on July 30, 2019, in that Mexican city, the aforementioned organization is made up of 57 leaders from 17 countries, including two presidents and 10 former presidents.
Among its objectives are to strengthen Latin American unity and support efforts to guarantee democracy, the self-determination of peoples, the denunciation of judicial persecution and the implementation of a solidarity-based development system to overcome inequality.
It has three bodies that reinforce its work: the Latin American Council for Justice and Democracy, the Ibero-American Parliamentary Group and the Academic Committee.
We are pleased that in Mexico, Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Honduras, Chile and Colombia, popular and democratic processes have elected progressive leaderships.
We hope that in October new airs will arrive in Brazil under the leadership of Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, according to a communiqué from the group.
It also states that integration, inflation and the food and economic crisis will be the main topics to be addressed during the next meeting of the Group.
We continue working to denounce the political-legal persecution against leaders of Latin America, the Caribbean and Spain. We will continue defending the principles of progressivism and contributing to the public debate, the text stresses.