Progress in corruption cases should be applauded, but not every leader implicated in wrongdoing is being prosecuted
Patricio Navia, PhD, is an assistant professor at the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at New York University and a professor of political science at Universidad Diego Portales in Chile. His research interests include democratization, electoral rules and democratic institutions in Latin America. Dr. Navia has published numerous scholarly articles and book chapters and been a visiting professor at Princeton, New School University, and Universidad de Salamanca and Universidad de Chile. Several of his books, including Diccionario de la politica chilena, El discolo, conversaciones con Marco Enríquez-Ominami, and Las grandes alamedas: El Chile post-Pinochet, have been best sellers in Chile. He is currently a columnist for El Líbero and writes regularly for the InfoLatam website. He has previously penned columns for La Tercera, Revista Capital and Que Pasa.