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Gloria Grinberg

Gloria is a teacher from Buenos Aires, an editor of the international section of our sister site La Izquierda Diario in Argentina and a member of the Party of Socialist Workers (PTS).

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Thousands Mobilize in Guernica, Argentina for the Right to Housing

Over 2,500 families have occupied land in the town of Guernica, Argentina, and are facing repression from the state.

The Socialist Left in Argentina Ready for Primary Elections on Sunday

This Sunday, primary elections will take place across Argentina. The Workers Left Front (FIT in Spanish) is poised to get hundreds of thousands of votes. This coalition is a model for the international left.

Mass Protests Accompany Eighth Attempt to Legalize Abortion in Argentina

On Tuesday, a bill to legalize abortion was presented in Congress for the eighth time. Thousands on the streets all across the country demanded: Let it be law!

Argentina to Vote on Abortion Legalization Amid Mobilizations, School Occupations

On Wednesday, Argentina is set to vote on the legalization of abortion amidst massive mobilizations and high school occupations.

Argentina: Thousands of Protesters Face Violent Repression in the Fight over Pension Reform

For the past few weeks, Cambiemos — President Macri’s ruling coalition — has been trying to ram a pension reform through the House of Deputies. These efforts have unexpectedly hit a wall as mass protests outside the Congress have forced the government to put the legislation on hold.

#NotWithThem: Students, workers and legislators from Argentina join the campaign

Militants of the Partido de los Trabajadores Socialistas (Workers’ Socialist Party - PTS) in the Left and Workers’ Front, sent us their pictures with the reasons why they do not support Hillary or Trump.

The Mockery of “National Dialogue” and an Austerity Plan by Decree

On December 10, Argentina’s President-elect Mauricio Macri assumed his position in the Casa Rosada. Already within the first few days, he began to apply an austerity agenda.

Nicolas Del Caño Rejects Macri’s Invitation

Here, we present excerpts from a letter addressed to Macri by former presidential candidate Nicolas Del Caño of the Left and Workers’ Front (FIT).

Blank Vote: ‘We prepare ourselves to resist the upcoming crisis’

The political earthquake provoked by the results of the Argentinian presidential elections on October 25th changed the national scenario. Peronism has suffered a historic defeat in Buenos Aires province with the triumph of Maria Eugenia Vidal (Buenos Aires province has been the most important region for the Peronists in the last decades, before and after the last dictatorship). The two main presidential contenders, Mauricio Macri (PRO- Cambiemos, “Let’s change”) and Daniel Scioli (FPV-official party) had a nearly equal number of votes, leaving an air of uncertainty about the result of the November 22nd run-off elections.

Sixty-Five Thousand Strong at National Women’s Meeting

On October 10-12, the 30th annual National Women's Meeting (Encuentro Nacional de Mujeres) took place in the coastal city of Mar del Plata, Argentina. There, the Left and the Workers’ Front (FIT) joined Pan y Rosas, a national women's organization advanced by the PTS with sister organizations in Uruguay, Mexico, Brazil and Spain.

Nicolás Del Caño and the Left in the Presidential Debate

For the first time ever last Sunday, Argentina’s presidential debate was publicly broadcasted on live television. Front-running candidate -- and Kirchner’s favorite -- Daniel Scioli was a no-show. During the debate, dissident peronist Sergio Massi and Cambiemos leader Mauricio Macri (Mayor of Buenos Aires) failed to gain ground. Left and Workers’ Front (FIT) leader Nicolás del Caño (MP) made a strong case.

Tucuman, Argentina: Electoral Fraud and Repression

Scandal came after Sunday’s elections in Tucuman province. Rumors of electoral fraud and repression against massive demonstrations have sparked a national crisis.

We don’t want to be a symbolic left, Nicolás del Caño from the Left and Workers’ Front (FIT)

The primaries are taking place this weekend in Argentina. Last Thursday, August 6, Nicolás del Caño, national congressman and running presidential candidate in today’s primary elections, gave a speech to close his electoral campaign.

Good results for the Left and Workers’ Front in Mayoral and Legislative Elections in Buenos Aires and Córdoba

The Left and the Workers’ Front adds a new legislator to the bench in Buenos Aires, and three seats in Cordoba.

Primary elections in the Left and Workers’ Front: PTS slate

Nicolas del Caño and Myriam Bregman of the PTS will compete with the Altamira-Giordano slate to represent the FIT (Left and Workers’ Front) for the Presidential and Vice Presidential Elections.