March Against Austerity: It’s time to fight back!
On Saturday June 20, about 250,000 people took part in an anti-austerity demonstration in London, according to the event’s organisers, the People’s Assembly. Marches also took place in Bristol, Glasgow, Liverpool and other UK cities.
Alejandra RíosJune 23, 2015
The Government’s War on Immigrants in the streets of Paris
On Monday, June 8th in the afternoon, the State Security Police Force (CRS) violently threw out a hundred immigrants who were assembled in a public park near Pajol Road, in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, since Friday, June 5th. About 50 of them are currently being held in an immigration detention center.
Révolution PermanenteJune 10, 2015
“Permanent Revolution” : A New Leftist News and Opinion Site Is Launched
Editorial Board To who can we turn today when seeking news, both coherent and free, on what is happengin in today’s society, not only from the perspective of what interests mainstream media outlets, but also and especially from the perspective of what interests those who work, the exploited and oppressed? To who can we turn […]
Révolution PermanenteJune 7, 2015
ENG | Greek elections: With the workers against the capitalists and the Troika
On January 25th there will early elections in Greece, elections which are being followed with huge expectations throughout all of Europe. These elections have emerged as a product of the profound political, economic and social crises that have shaken Greece to its foundations for more than 6 years, placing it at the center of the […]
Left VoiceJanuary 22, 2015
Christian Castillo’s internationalist tour through Europe
During the month of January, Christian Castillo will be visiting several countries of Europe to get to know at first-hand the situation of the workers’ movement and of the Left in one of the epicenters of the capitalist crisis. In addition, this political tour has as an aim disseminating the experience of the revolutionary Left […]
Left VoiceJanuary 23, 2014
The right wing gets an adjusted election victory
By a narrow margin – of 29.9% to 27.1% – the right-wing New Democracy (ND) party won the June 17 elections, leaving Syriza in second place. Despite this negligible difference, because of the completely anti-democratic Greek system that guarantees control by the traditional parties of the regime, ND received a “bonus” of 50 deputies (that […]
Claudia CinattiJuly 4, 2012
Revolutionaries and the Question of the “Government of the Left”
The May 6 elections showed that the great majority of the Greek people are repudiating the brutal adjustment from the “Troika” (the European Union [EU], the IMF and the European Central Bank), implemented by the main parties of the bourgeoisie: New Democracy and PASOK. The collapse of the traditional parties was mainly capitalized on by […]
Claudia CinattiJune 17, 2012
SYRIZA and the Position of Revolutionaries
The unprecedented results of the Greek elections in May 2012 that gave SYRIZA the possibility of forming a government led by Alexis Tsipras bring to light once more the debate around the position of revolutionaries regarding the political forces to the “left of the left”. This is even more important taking into account that SYRIZA is softening its discourse.
Philippe AlcoyJune 16, 2012
A specter is threatening Europe
The Nobel Laureate in Economics and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman predicted the “Greek euro exit, very possibly next month.” If this prediction comes true, both Krugman and the publications Financial Times and Der Spiegel maintain that the panic would spread to the rest of the eurozone and that the next step would be […]
Paula BachMay 17, 2012