Author: La Izquierda Diario Argentina

Three Keys Points to Understanding the Strike Wave in France

This article focuses on the anti-labor employment reforms of the Hollande government. According to recent polls, over 70 percent of the population rejects the new draft bill. Disaffection has sparked labor unrest and a youth-led mass movement. Here are three key point to understanding the wave of strikes in France.

Argentine Left Rejects Institutional Coup in Brazil

The two primary left-wing parties in Argentina have spoken out against the impeachment of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and called for the independent mobilization of workers against the “institutional coup,” the cuts and austerity measures of the Partido dos Trabalhadores (PT – Workers’ Party).

ARGENTINA: The Scope of a New Strike

In a strike that took place all over the country, the Left and fighting sectors raised their voices within the transportation strike and “piquetes” (roadblocks), aside from bureaucratic unions, demanding the rights of all the workers.

Argentina: National Strike

Although the union leaders had prepared a passive strike, the left and the combative workers set road blocks to ensure a successful strike. Unions and workers are demanding the ceiling on salary increases set by the government be raised.

June 9: Argentina’s workers to strike

Although the union leaders are preparing a passive strike, the left and the combative workers have proposed assemblies and road blocks to ensure a successful strike. They are also demanding the ceiling on salary increases set by the government be raised.

Hundreds of Thousands Demonstrate Across Argentina Against Femicides

#NiUnaMenos was a massive demonstration, one of the largest in the few last years. Thousands of people marched in 80 cities across Argentina. Workers, students, and youth joined to demand ¡Ni una menos! (Not one more murdered woman). Uruguay, Chile, and Mexico joined the protests.

Argentina: National demonstration against femicides

The growing violence against women sparked a national movement against femicides and gender violence. As a part of this movement, it is expected that thousands of people will take part in demonstrations today in Buenos Aires and in more than 70 cities across Argentina.

LEAR: The war against the workers continues

Reinstated worker, Damian Gonzalez, is attacked inside Lear’s facilities. The company supports the union bureaucracy thugs who attacked him.

Three Keys Points to Understanding the Strike Wave in France

This article focuses on the anti-labor employment reforms of the Hollande government. According to recent polls, over 70 percent of the population rejects the new draft bill. Disaffection has sparked labor unrest and a youth-led mass movement. Here are three key point to understanding the wave of strikes in France.

Argentine Left Rejects Institutional Coup in Brazil

The two primary left-wing parties in Argentina have spoken out against the impeachment of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and called for the independent mobilization of workers against the “institutional coup,” the cuts and austerity measures of the Partido dos Trabalhadores (PT – Workers’ Party).

ARGENTINA: The Scope of a New Strike

In a strike that took place all over the country, the Left and fighting sectors raised their voices within the transportation strike and “piquetes” (roadblocks), aside from bureaucratic unions, demanding the rights of all the workers.

National Strike in Argentina: voices from the Left

Photo: Enfoque Rojo Rubén Matu (Lear), member of the comision interna (shop floor commission): “We have been meeting up with comrades from different companies and groups, and coordinating our actions. We have our own demands -> http://www.laizquierdadiario.com/ARGENTINA-Why-we-strike]…” “The Kirchnerist administration says this is a “National and popular” government, but workers had already organized five national strikes against its policies. After 10 years of economic growth, five national strikes held by the working class mean there is still a lot to achieve…” Catalina Balaguer (Pepsico) is a rank and file delegate from PepsiCo Snacks. Catalina highlighted the workers participation in the

Argentina: National Strike

Although the union leaders had prepared a passive strike, the left and the combative workers set road blocks to ensure a successful strike. Unions and workers are demanding the ceiling on salary increases set by the government be raised.

June 9: Argentina’s workers to strike

Although the union leaders are preparing a passive strike, the left and the combative workers have proposed assemblies and road blocks to ensure a successful strike. They are also demanding the ceiling on salary increases set by the government be raised.

Hundreds of Thousands Demonstrate Across Argentina Against Femicides

#NiUnaMenos was a massive demonstration, one of the largest in the few last years. Thousands of people marched in 80 cities across Argentina. Workers, students, and youth joined to demand ¡Ni una menos! (Not one more murdered woman). Uruguay, Chile, and Mexico joined the protests.

Argentina: National demonstration against femicides

The growing violence against women sparked a national movement against femicides and gender violence. As a part of this movement, it is expected that thousands of people will take part in demonstrations today in Buenos Aires and in more than 70 cities across Argentina.

LEAR: The war against the workers continues

Reinstated worker, Damian Gonzalez, is attacked inside Lear’s facilities. The company supports the union bureaucracy thugs who attacked him.