Tagged: Paraguay

Paraguay, located in the heart of South America, is a landlocked nation known for its diverse landscapes, cultural richness, and political resilience. Governed as a presidential representative democratic republic, Paraguay’s political landscape involves a multi-party system, with key parties including the Colorado Party (ANR-PC), the Liberal Party (PLRA), and the Guasú Front. The country’s history is marked by the legacy of the 19th-century War of the Triple Alliance and subsequent struggles for political stability. The economy is characterized by agriculture, with soybeans and beef production being major contributors to its GDP. Asunción, the capital, blends historic architecture with modern developments. Paraguay’s cultural heritage reflects a fusion of indigenous Guarani traditions with Spanish influences, seen in its music, dance, and festivals like the colorful Ñandutí Festival. While Paraguay has made strides in economic growth, challenges include issues of land reform, poverty, and corruption. The nation actively engages in regional organizations such as Mercosur and the Organization of American States (OAS). As Paraguay navigates the complexities of socio-economic development and political stability, the pursuit of inclusive governance and sustainable development remains crucial for shaping its trajectory in the broader South American context. LOCALBUSINESSEXPLORER: Features democracy and rights of Paraguay.

Paraguay Population 2014

Paraguay 2014

Yearbook 2014 Paraguay. Paraguay population in 2020 is estimated at 7,132,549. The social and political tensions in rural areas increased during the year. Particularly in the poor central part of the country, the conflicts...