Solidarity with Myriam Bregman, Socialist Congresswoman in Argentina, Under Attack for Her Defense of Palestine
Myriam Bregman, the candidate of the Workers Left Front, received almost 3 percent of votes in Argentina’s presidential election. She has been subject to false accusations of antisemitism due to her consistent defense of Palestinians. Hundreds of activists and politicians from around the world expressed their solidarity with this open letter.
La Izquierda Diario ArgentinaNovember 15, 2023
In Argentina, a Surprise Finish for the Establishment While the Trotskyists Add to Their Congressional Seats
The far-right Javier Milei suffered a setback in Sunday’s elections. But voting the lesser evil won’t deal a definitive blow to the Right. That’s only achieved through building a socialist alternative for the working class.
Robert BelanoOctober 25, 2023
International Statement in Support of the Left and Workers Front — Unity (FIT-U) in the Argentinian Elections
Hundreds of activists, intellectuals, trade union leaders, and political organizations from all over the world have signed this declaration in support of the Workers Left Front — Unity (FITU) in the Argentinian elections this Sunday.
Partido de los Trabajadores Socialistas (PTS)October 19, 2023
Anti-Imperialism: The Socialist Candidate in Argentina Refused to Meet with the US Ambassador
We republish a letter by Argentinian socialist and presidential candidate Myriam Bregman, declining to meet with the U.S. ambassador, expressing solidarity with the U.S. working class and oppressed, and denouncing imperialist intervention in Latin America.
Myriam BregmanOctober 10, 2023
At Argentina’s Presidential Debate, Far-Right Milei Got Slapped Down by Socialist Bregman
On Sunday, five candidates in Argentina's presidential elections faced off on live TV. Socialist Myriam Bregman showed that far-right economist Javier Milei, who won a surprise victory in the primaries, was no "libertarian lion" — he's a "cuddly kitten of the rich and powerful."
Nathaniel FlakinOctober 2, 2023
Black Struggle and Revolution, from Brazil to the U.S.
Letícia Parks from Brazil explains the crucial role of Black struggle in working-class revolution.
Letícia ParksOctober 1, 2023
Mexico Moves Closer to Decriminalizing Abortion, but the Fight Isn’t Over
The new ruling is an important step in advancing the decriminalization of abortion in Mexico. But we must fight for fully legal, free, and safe abortion across the country.
Joss EspinosaSeptember 14, 2023
The 1973 Coup in Chile, 50 Years Later: Lessons of a Revolutionary Process
50 years ago today, a U.S.-backed military coup overthrew the government of Salvador Allende in Chile, installing the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet. Here, we share a series of articles to think about the lessons from the defeat of one of the most profound revolutionary processes in Latin America.
Left VoiceSeptember 11, 2023
What Explains the Rise of the Far Right in Argentina?
The Peronists’ “lesser evil” strategy has failed to stop the rise of Javier Milei, the most reactionary major candidate Argentina has seen in decades.
Robert BelanoAugust 22, 2023
Building “A Real Alternative to the Bosses’ Parties”: Interview with Argentinian Socialist Congresswoman Myriam Bregman
Socialist feminist leader, congress member and presidential candidate Myriam Bregman spoke with Jacobin Latin America about the record of the Peronists in government, the new far right, and the necessity of a true alternative for working people.
Myriam BregmanAugust 13, 2023