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Chileans Reject Proposed Constitution

On Sunday, Chileans overwhelmingly rejected a new proposed constitution. The result reflects both a rightward shift in Chile and disillusionment with President Gabriel Boric.

Otto Fors

September 6, 2022

Police Repress Protest in Puerto Rico as People Continue to Demand End of Contract with LUMA

Puerto Ricans are protesting constant power outages, after their electrical grid was partially privatized. They are demanding that the private electric company, LUMA, have its contract canceled. In response, they have faced repression and police brutality.

Raura Doreste

August 29, 2022

Cops Out of Martial Arts: You Can’t Make “More Humane” Agents of State Terror

Leandro Lo, a world champion in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, was recently shot and killed by an off-duty cop in Brazil. Martial arts coaches and practitioners often welcome cops into their spaces, saying they’re then less likely to use deadly force. Let’s be clear: cops have no place in martial arts schools

Mike Pappas

August 10, 2022

Against Bolsonaro’s Coup and Reforms — For Demonstrations and Strikes without Bankers and Businessmen

Left Voice’s co-thinkers in Brazil answer a cynical class-collaborationist effort to channel Brazil’s working-class discontent into the election campaign of Lula’s Broad Front ticket. The latter represents the interests of the bourgeoisie and bosses who are tired of Bolsonaro and his threats of a coup should he lose his reelection bid.

New Migrant Caravan Heads to the U.S. — Open the Borders

Central American migrants left in a caravan from Chiapas, Mexico headed for the United States. We need to fight for full rights and freedom of movement for migrants.

Three Weeks of Historic Mobilization in Panama Against Inflation and Inequality

Panama has been paralyzed by major demonstrations, roadblocks, occupations, and strikes in several sectors. The uprising is rooted in rising prices, corruption, and inequality that has grown since the beginning of the pandemic.

Mateo Falcone

July 26, 2022

For an Independent Working-Class Voice on Chile’s Newly Proposed Constitution

Left Voice’s sister organization in Chile, the PTR, is opening the pages of its newspaper for a “collective exchange” on the country’s new constitution being proposed for a September nationwide referendum. The aim is to reconstitute the working-class struggle for popular demands that emerged from the uprising in October 2019.

Gustavo Petro’s Alliances and Cabinet Picks Favor Colombian Establishment

Colombia’s new president, Gustavo Petro, has woven together an alliance for a congressional majority. Along with his establishment-friendly cabinet picks, it shows his turn toward the country’s traditional parties and politicians.

Milton D'León

July 23, 2022

Honduras: Two Years after the Abduction of Four Garífuna Land Defenders, The Struggle Continues

Two years ago, four young land defenders were abducted from the Garífuna community of Triunfo de la Cruz, in northern Honduras. The state has yet to provide any significant information regarding their whereabouts. In an interview, community leader César Benedith describes the Garifuna community’s continued struggle for answers and for its land.

Marisela Trevin

July 18, 2022