Latin American Times
Mexico is a federal type of government. They gained their independence from Spain on September 16, 1810. The country is divided into 31 states with a central government. They are a democracy with a president. Their current president is Enrique Pena Nieto. All people are expected to vote at the age of 18 but it is a rule that is not enforced.
Mexico joined the United Nations in November of 1945 but they stay neutral during wars. They have a civil law system that is based on the United States law theory.
21.9 million people visit the country each year. They make money from tourism. Over half the country lives in poverty.
The Government of Cuba
Now I am moving on to their legislative branch the National Assembly of peoples power. The number of seats based on the population. Now I will talk about their judicial branch, the people's supreme Court by which judges are elected by the National Assembly.
Another thing you should know about Cuba's economy is that the consumer spending rate is 53.82. Also, Cuba's labor force rate is a 5. You should also know that Cuba's public debt is 35.8% GDP. Not to mention that their unemployment rate is 3.8%. And their agricultural products are sugar, tobacco, citrus, coffee, rice, potatoes, beans; livestock.
Brazil gained it's independence from Portugal on September 7, 1822. If you were to start a business in Brazil you would have 152 days to start your business. Their suffrage law is that ages 16-18 you would vote voluntary but voting is required for ages 18-70. And the government spending rate is 41%.
Don't forget about their labor force rate which is 105. And their tourist arrivals are 5.05 million. Also their cost of their exports are $242.60 billion. And Brazil's economic freedom is 57.7. Lastly their world trade exports would be 177.33 billion.