Understanding Today’s Impeachment Vote
Today the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies will vote on the impeachment of President Dilma Rousseff. Learn more about this process on Left Voice.
Tatiana CozzarelliApril 17, 2016
Argentine Left Rejects Institutional Coup in Brazil
The two primary left-wing parties in Argentina have spoken out against the impeachment of Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and called for the independent mobilization of workers against the “institutional coup,” the cuts and austerity measures of the Partido dos Trabalhadores (PT – Workers’ Party).
La Izquierda Diario ArgentinaApril 14, 2016
Who’s Who in the Brazilian Crisis
Every day, there is a new development in the Brazilian political crisis, with new evidence and new moves from right wing parties, the judicial branch, the media and the Workers’ Party. Will President Dilma be impeached? By who? The daily news can be confusing, given the number of names of people and parties involved. The following is a “who’s who” in the Brazilian crisis, meant to present the main forces and interests at play.
Tatiana CozzarelliApril 11, 2016
Obama’s Visit to Latin America and the Political Conjuncture
After Havana, Obama came to Argentina. The world’s chief representative of vulture imperialism used his trip to reinforce the steps being taken to advance the United States’ “return” to Latin America. Of course, it never left – but today, the U.S. is finding opportunities presented by South America’s landscape of economic crises and reactionary winds to recuperate greater authority in the region.
Eduardo MolinaMarch 31, 2016
How should the Left position itself facing the operation against Lula and the attempts to impeach President Dilma?
At Brazilian workplaces and universities the biggest topic of conversation is the police operation in the 24th phase of “Operation Lava Jato” (Lava Jato is portuguese for car wash, but is a term used for money laundering), which is forcing ex-President Lula to testify. This comes alongside news of a still unknown plea bargain with Delcídio do Amaral, a Senator in the Workers Party who was arrested in 2015 for accepting bribes from Petrobras.
Movimento Revolucionário de TrabalhadoresMarch 12, 2016
The Political Interests Behind Brazilian President’s Impeachment
In early December, an impeachment process was opened against President Dilma Rouseff, the current President of Brazil and member of the Workers Party (Partido dos Trabalhadores-PT). Here are some basic facts that everyone should know about the impeachment process, the PT, and recent events in Brazil.
Tatiana CozzarelliDecember 30, 2015