Tag: ANTARSYA

From Argentina to Athens: Connecting the Revolutionary Left

I spent 48 hours in the Greek capital. My goal: Sharing some experiences of the Trotskyist left in Argentina. The meeting almost didn’t take place because of 15 “nihilist” anarchists. It was pure chaos – and still a good internationalist exchange.

INTERVIEW: ‘Tsipras is saving Greek capitalism’

We interviewed Kostas Skordoulis, a leading member of OKDE-Spartakos about the situation in Greece following the elections last September 20, Syriza, Popular Unity, and the debates within anti-capitalist coalition Antarsya.

From Argentina to Athens: Connecting the Revolutionary Left

I spent 48 hours in the Greek capital. My goal: Sharing some experiences of the Trotskyist left in Argentina. The meeting almost didn’t take place because of 15 “nihilist” anarchists. It was pure chaos – and still a good internationalist exchange.

INTERVIEW: ‘Tsipras is saving Greek capitalism’

We interviewed Kostas Skordoulis, a leading member of OKDE-Spartakos about the situation in Greece following the elections last September 20, Syriza, Popular Unity, and the debates within anti-capitalist coalition Antarsya.

Announcement of the Political Bureau of OKDE-SPARTAKOS about the elections in 20th of September

If the result of the elections in January expressed the hope (along with the illusions it included) of the working class for abolition of the memoranda and austerity through the parliamentary route and a “Government of the Left”, the same, more or less, result in the election of the 20th of September has a totally different meaning: it depicts the limits of the working class’ movement until now. The victory and the only slight weakening of SYRIZA a few weeks after it introduced the 3rd memorandum show that a big part of the workers accept that, for the moment, there