Capitalism Can’t Go On: A Revolutionary Electoral Campaign
The Left and Workers' Front in Argentina is among the 6 slates running for President. In the final stretch of the campaign, Nicolás del Caño and Myriam Bregman capture the voice of the left in these bold television ads.
Juan Cruz FerreOctober 19, 2015
The Greek Elections and the Strategic Debates within the Left
On September 21, Alexis Tsipras returned as prime minister, supported by a coalition between his party and the right-wing nationalist Anel party. It has been only two months since the massive victory of the “NO“ vote in the referendum on the third memorandum. This government, which assumed power as a left coalition, and ended up accepting the toughest structural adjustment plan yet imposed by foreign creditors, is now being given a "second opportunity". Syriza represented the “lesser evil” in the elections against the historical parties of New Democracy and Pasok, who are considered to be the authors of the tragedy that the Greek people are now living.
Claudia CinattiSeptember 25, 2015
Against Syriza’s austerity and the false alternatives of Popular Unity and the KKE
Statement by the Trotskyist Fraction - Fourth International. For an independent and working class policy. The capitalists must pay for the crisis
Left VoiceSeptember 16, 2015
Tucuman, Argentina: Electoral Fraud and Repression
Scandal came after Sunday’s elections in Tucuman province. Rumors of electoral fraud and repression against massive demonstrations have sparked a national crisis.
Gloria GrinbergAugust 27, 2015
Primary Elections: PTS Slate Leads the Left Front (FIT)
On Sunday, August 9, the national “open primaries” in Argentina came to a close. The Left and Workers’ Front (FIT) gained over 725 thousand votes, 3.3% of the national total. Slate 1A emerged as the leading slate within the FIT.
Juan Cruz FerreAugust 13, 2015
Cleveland Debate Kicks Off Republican Primaries
Photo: cleveland.com Candidates for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination faced off at the first debate of the primary season this Thursday evening at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. The top ten highest polling candidates from a pool of seventeen debated various subjects, including women’s rights, immigration, foreign policy, government surveillance, and the future […]
Ivan MatewanAugust 7, 2015