Author: Sergio Moissen

A Caravan Against Borders

As Trump deploys the National Guard to the Mexican border, hundreds of Central American migrants are marching across Mexico to protest the U.S. president’s anti-immigrant assault.

Call to Fight: Socialists in Mexico Against Deportations

As Trump prepares his new cabinet to take office in January, the Movimiento de Trabajadores Socialistas (Socialist Workers’ Movement) based in Mexico has launched an extensive anti-deportation campaign that calls for workers, women and youth in both the US and Mexico to confront this attack together.

Nochixtlán: Sounding the Alarm, Spectres of Resistance

The Mexico City teachers’ union (SNTE) will begin an indefinite strike tomorrow, July 5. The CNTE teachers’ struggle in Oaxaca is catching fire throughout the country–in the throes of battle against fatal repression, education reforms, and the regime’s attempts to destroy the most organized workers in Mexico.

Worker Struggles in Ciudad Juárez

Ciudad Juárez has sadly earned its fame as the capital of feminicide. With the assembly plant boom during the nineties, Juárez became one of the worst cities for a woman to live in. Roberto Bolaño’s hellish images from La parte de los crímenes in 2666 about a detective’s pilgrimage to document chauvinist violence at the border in the desert of Santa Teresa have undoubtedly become a reality.

Maquiladora Workers Run as Independents in Juarez

The workers’ movement spurred by the courageous maquiladora workers of EATON, Foxconn and Lexmark are stirring controversy and excitement in the city of Juárez. The workers decided to advance an independent candidate for the highest position in the municipal elections: a woman worker who emerged from the fight for reincorporation and an independent union.

Collusion of Thugs, Police and Honda during Rigged Union Elections

The Honda Mexico United Workers Union (STUHM) has suffered a setback in their drive to represent workers in collective bargaining processes. Meanwhile, the Mexican government has strengthened its offensive against teachers in order to impose educational reform that downgrade their working conditions, has moved to privatize fossil fuels through energy reforms, and advanced attacks against collective agreements of oil workers.

Peña Nieto proposes Forced Disappearances law in Mexico

Mexico has been going through a strong political crisis ever since the disappearance of the 43 students in Ayotzinapa a year ago. The army, especially Battalion 27, was directly involved in the detention and forced disappearance of Ayotzinapa students. A few days after a visit from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) and the presentation of its expert report, the Attorney General’s “historical” version is being highly scrutinized again. In the midst of this, the government attempts to divert attention from their own involvement by proposing a law dealing with Forced Disappearances.

MEXICO: Chapo Guzmán’s great escape: a new blow to Peña Nieto

For the foreign press it is the result of the second escape of the “boss”, who once again has become the most wanted man in the world. Meanwhile, social networks showed distrust with the government and the collusion between “organized crime” and the State.

Puerto Rico’s Debt and Reform

Puerto Rico, the unincorporated U.S. territory, declares itself bankrupt and claims that the public debt is unpayable. The government of García Padilla, Puerto Rico’s President, says that Puerto Rico is in 72 million dollars of debt.

A Caravan Against Borders

As Trump deploys the National Guard to the Mexican border, hundreds of Central American migrants are marching across Mexico to protest the U.S. president’s anti-immigrant assault.

Call to Fight: Socialists in Mexico Against Deportations

As Trump prepares his new cabinet to take office in January, the Movimiento de Trabajadores Socialistas (Socialist Workers’ Movement) based in Mexico has launched an extensive anti-deportation campaign that calls for workers, women and youth in both the US and Mexico to confront this attack together.

Nochixtlán: Sounding the Alarm, Spectres of Resistance

The Mexico City teachers’ union (SNTE) will begin an indefinite strike tomorrow, July 5. The CNTE teachers’ struggle in Oaxaca is catching fire throughout the country–in the throes of battle against fatal repression, education reforms, and the regime’s attempts to destroy the most organized workers in Mexico.

Worker Struggles in Ciudad Juárez

Ciudad Juárez has sadly earned its fame as the capital of feminicide. With the assembly plant boom during the nineties, Juárez became one of the worst cities for a woman to live in. Roberto Bolaño’s hellish images from La parte de los crímenes in 2666 about a detective’s pilgrimage to document chauvinist violence at the border in the desert of Santa Teresa have undoubtedly become a reality.

Maquiladora Workers Run as Independents in Juarez

The workers’ movement spurred by the courageous maquiladora workers of EATON, Foxconn and Lexmark are stirring controversy and excitement in the city of Juárez. The workers decided to advance an independent candidate for the highest position in the municipal elections: a woman worker who emerged from the fight for reincorporation and an independent union.

Collusion of Thugs, Police and Honda during Rigged Union Elections

The Honda Mexico United Workers Union (STUHM) has suffered a setback in their drive to represent workers in collective bargaining processes. Meanwhile, the Mexican government has strengthened its offensive against teachers in order to impose educational reform that downgrade their working conditions, has moved to privatize fossil fuels through energy reforms, and advanced attacks against collective agreements of oil workers.

Peña Nieto proposes Forced Disappearances law in Mexico

Mexico has been going through a strong political crisis ever since the disappearance of the 43 students in Ayotzinapa a year ago. The army, especially Battalion 27, was directly involved in the detention and forced disappearance of Ayotzinapa students. A few days after a visit from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) and the presentation of its expert report, the Attorney General’s “historical” version is being highly scrutinized again. In the midst of this, the government attempts to divert attention from their own involvement by proposing a law dealing with Forced Disappearances.

MEXICO: Chapo Guzmán’s great escape: a new blow to Peña Nieto

For the foreign press it is the result of the second escape of the “boss”, who once again has become the most wanted man in the world. Meanwhile, social networks showed distrust with the government and the collusion between “organized crime” and the State.

Puerto Rico’s Debt and Reform

Puerto Rico, the unincorporated U.S. territory, declares itself bankrupt and claims that the public debt is unpayable. The government of García Padilla, Puerto Rico’s President, says that Puerto Rico is in 72 million dollars of debt.