Telemundo Latin America News roundup – July 26, 2012

The latest news from Latin America in 59 seconds.

President Hugo Chavez announced he is pulling Venezuela out of a regional Inter-American Human Rights court, after the court accused Venezuela of violating the rights of a man accused of bombing diplomatic offices in the country. In Mexico, runner up Manuel Lopez Obrador continues his legal battle against president-elect Enrique Peña Nieto. Lopez Obrador says he has prepaid debit cards that were used to buy votes during the election. And Argentinians will now see the face of legendary leader Eva Peron in currency. The announcement was made on the 60th anniversary of the icon’s death.

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