Diego is a journalist from Buenos Aires and the editor of the international section of our Argentinian sister site La Izquierda Diario.
British ‘Mega Strike’: Half a Million Workers Bring UK to a Halt and Protest Government
Over half a million workers in the UK went on strike on February 1 to protest the Conservative government and demand higher wages.
Diego SacchiFebruary 2, 2023
“The People before the Debt!”: Thousands Demonstrate against Austerity in Puerto Rico
Teachers, health care workers, and other public sector workers came out in large numbers to protest against the government’s austerity plans and for better working conditions.
Diego SacchiFebruary 19, 2022
Thousands in Ecuador Protest the Government’s Austerity Measures
Thousands have taken to the streets in Ecuador to protest increases in fuel prices and the government’s austerity measures. But the union and social movement leaderships are not putting forward a serious plan of struggle to defeat these plans through a real national strike.
Diego SacchiOctober 28, 2021
Is There a Lesser Evil for Ecuador?
The presidential elections in Ecuador signal a widespread rejection of Lenín Moreno’s austerity policies. Front-runner Andrés Arauz promises a return to the complicated legacy of “post-neoliberalism,” but in the context of the pandemic and a dire economic situation, it's clearer than ever before that the “lesser evil” is not a viable alternative for the working class and oppressed.
Diego SacchiFebruary 19, 2021
UK Elections: Boris Johnson wins with a Large Majority
The Conservative Party’s landslide victory means trouble for the UK working class, but a messy Brexit debate and increasing numbers of radicalized youth point to further political instability.
Diego SacchiDecember 13, 2019
Five Things You Should Know About the Ongoing General Strike in France
France’s major unions have agreed to extend the general strike through Thursday, in defiance of President Emmanuel Macron’s plan to overhaul the pension system. Students and activists are joining striking workers in mobilizations against the government. As it enters its sixth day, here’s what you need to know about the general strike currently rocking France’s major industries.
Diego SacchiDecember 10, 2019
Israeli Soldier Shoots a Palestinian Teenager Who Is Restrained and Blindfolded
The images, documented by a photographer, show the routine violence against the Palestinian population in the occupied territories.
Diego SacchiApril 23, 2019
‘Humanitarian Aid’ As a Weapon of Regime Change in Venezuela
Last Saturday, the U.S.-backed leader of the Venezuelan right-wing opposition, Juan Guaidó, was defeated in his attempt to break the army’s support for the government of Nicolás Maduro. After this failure, a military intervention by the United States cannot be ruled out.
Diego SacchiFebruary 26, 2019
What’s behind the Pope’s Tour to Cuba and the US?
Saturday September 19 began Pope Francis’ visit to Cuba and then, to the United States. The tour will include some important meetings, such as a meeting with Fidel Castro, a meeting with Barack Obama, and other historic visits. Pope Francis will also become the first pope to address the US Congress. As the Pope’s spokesman said, the tour will be one of the “longest and more complex”. The Pope seeks to strengthen the influence of the Vatican on Cuban "openness" and to rebuild the image of the Catholic Church in the eyes of the major world power, the United States.
Diego SacchiSeptember 21, 2015