In late September and early October, some major moves on the regional chess board shook up the political situation in Paraguay, Bolivia, and Uruguay. The moves confirmed that Washington is not the only player in South America, and must accept multilateralism as an established reality online casino in the region.
On September 28, Uruguay decided not to sign a free trade agreement with the United States, a possibility that had been discussed since the beginning of the year. Paraguay informed Washington on October 2 that it would not renew diplomatic immunity for its troops, a decision that was made in August. And on October 5, a