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Partido de los Trabajadores Socialistas (PTS)

The Party of Socialist Workers is a revolutionary organization in Argentina which is part of the Workers Left Front (FIT). The PTS is the Argentinean section of the Trotskyist Fraction (FT).

May Day Statement of the Workers Left Front — Unity (FIT-U) in Argentina

This statement was written by the four socialist organizations that make up the Left Front in Argentina.

20 Points: The Workers Left Front in Argentina Presents its Platform

Four socialist organizations in Argentina have created a new alliance. They agreed on these 20 points as their program, concluding with the demand for a workers’ government and international socialism

Who is the Party of Socialist Workers (PTS) of Argentina?

This is a series of articles about the Trotskyist Fraction – Fourth International (FT-CI). Today we present the Argentinian section, the Partido de los Trabajadores Socialistas (PTS), one of the largest Trotskyist organizations in the world.

Argentina’s Left Front Repudiates Coup Attempt in Venezuela

In the wake of the U.S.-backed institutional coup attempt in Venezuela led by President of the National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, the Left Front in Argentina issued the following statement.

Trotskyist Party in Argentina Calls for a Unified Revolutionary Socialist Party

Below we reproduce a letter from the National Leadership of the Argentinian Partido de los Trabajadores Socialistas (PTS—Socialist Workers Party) to the leaderships of Partido Obrero (PO—Workers’ Party) and Izquierda Socialista (IS—Socialist Left) to the organizations of the working class and socialist left, to working-class fighters and militants, to the student and women’s movements, for moving forward in both discussion and common action toward a united party.

Argentina: XIVth Congress of the PTS

The PTS resolves to publish a daily newspaper and votes candidates for the next presidential election

Polemic with the LIT and the Theoretical Legacy of Nahuel Moreno

This work is the systematization of a debate that began two years ago at the cadre school of the Workers Party for Socialism (PTS). It is important in that it has allowed us to homogeneously develop a critical vision of our own political-theoretical past: drawing both a clear line of demarcation between ourselves and the “Morenista” current of the Trotskyist movement that we have come from, and at the same time reclaiming what we think is the method and theory of Leon Trotsky.