Pablo is a leading member of the Revolutionary Workers Party (PTR) and a member of the editorial committee of our sister site, La Izquierda Diario Chile.
Chileans Vote in Favor of Rewriting Their Constitution
A year after hundreds of thousands took to the streets of Chile demanding an end to the neoliberal regime, Chileans voted overwhelmingly in favor of drafting a new constitution.
Pablo TorresOctober 26, 2020
Chile ’73: Was Victory Possible?
Allende’s experience was the most radical attempt to achieve socialism through elections and gradual reforms. What went wrong?
Pablo TorresApril 12, 2020
Chile: What Kind of Constituent Assembly is Needed?
In the last two weeks, more than a million people have joined protests against the government in Chile. One proposal for the way forward is to hold a Constituent Assembly and write a new constitution. But what kind of Constituent Assembly is Chile fighting for? Which basic measures need to be discussed and voted on in order to bring the legacy of the dictatorship to an end?
Pablo TorresNovember 4, 2019
What Next After Chile’s Largest March in History?
They were the largest demonstrations since the end of the dictatorship. In Santiago, millions mobilized, and hundreds of thousands mobilized throughout the rest of the country. Pablo Torres, a member of the Party of Revolutionary Workers (PTR) argues that Chileans must continue the general strike until Piñera is ousted and the military is withdrawn. Torres also argues for the creation of a Constituent Assembly that liquidates the regime and all the inheritances of the dictatorship.
Pablo TorresOctober 27, 2019
Chile’s General Strike: Over a Million Reject Piñera’s Crumbs. There Is a Will to Fight for More.
The national leader of the Partido de Trabajadores Revolucionarios, a revolutionary left party in Chile, calls for a continuation of the protests until Piñera is overthrown. There are enough forces to win and to impose a free, sovereign Constituent Assembly, to discuss the urgent social problems of the day, and to do away with the legacies of Pinochet’s dictatorship.
Pablo TorresOctober 24, 2019