Movimiento de los Trabajadores Socialistas (MTS)
The Socialist Workers Movement (MTS) of Mexico publishes the web site La Izquierda Diario México
Heading into International Women’s Day in Mexico: Let’s Be Thousands in the Streets against Femicide and Violence
In 2022, 3,754 women were killed in Mexico, but only 33.7 percent were investigated as femicides. We need to build a movement that fights against misogynist violence.
Movimiento de los Trabajadores Socialistas (MTS)March 6, 2023
Socialists in the United States, Mexico, and Costa Rica Stand in Solidarity With the Honduran Migrant Caravan
On January 14, a caravan of about six thousand migrants from Honduras marching towards the United States was violently repressed by the Guatemalan army. This repressive policy against migrants was ordered by the U.S. imperialist government.
Movimiento de los Trabajadores Socialistas (MTS)January 20, 2021
Abolishing ICE is Not Enough. 5 Radical Demands to Address the Immigration Crisis
While we need to fight tooth and nail to abolish ICE, this is not enough. Below we offer five urgent demands that all socialists should put forward to address the immigration crisis unfolding on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border.
Movimiento de los Trabajadores Socialistas (MTS)August 18, 2019
The Re-Colonization of Mexico: Trump and AMLO Agree to Use Mexican National Guard as U.S. Border Patrol
The following is a statement by socialists in Mexico and the United States against the U.S. government's anti-immigrant offensive. It was published simultaneously in English on Left Voice and in Spanish on La Izquierda Diario México.
Movimiento de los Trabajadores Socialistas (MTS)June 11, 2019
Stop the Government’s repression in Oaxaca!
Day of fury in Oaxaca: The Mexican Federal government of President Peña Nieto and the Oaxacan Governor, Gabino Cué, have ordered a brutal repression throughout the state of Oaxaca. So far there have been six confirmed deaths.
Movimiento de los Trabajadores Socialistas (MTS)June 22, 2016
A year after Ayotiznapa. Why we need an anti-capitalist and socialist organization?
The massacre in Iguala, Mexico in September 2014 made the crude reality of the Mexican political regime even more evident. The disappearance of the 43 education students (normalistas) in Ayotzinapa sparked a massive movement condemning the entire regime, taking up the slogans #ItWasTheState and #PeñaOut (in reference to Peña Nieto, the Mexican President). In light of these events, there is a debate amongst the left about the youth and workers’ tasks.
Movimiento de los Trabajadores Socialistas (MTS)September 23, 2015
MEXICO: Statement in the Face of the IEEPO Removal
Statement from the Movimiento de Trabajadores Socialistas (MTS, Socialist Workers Movement) in Mexico.
Movimiento de los Trabajadores Socialistas (MTS)July 22, 2015