Nicolás del Caño

What if a Trotskyist Were Part of the Presidential Debate?

The Democratic Debate on Tuesday was boring. But the presidential debate last Sunday in Argentina was something completely different, thanks to Trotskyist presidential candidate Nicolás del Caño. He called the president of Argentina “Trump’s bootlicker” and denounced the IMF’s role in Ecuador. We present the highlights.

Revolutionaries in Parliament

Following the U.S. Midterm elections, a contest which provided no principled choice for working class voters, Left Voice interviewed Myriam Bregman and Nicolás Del Caño, two representatives of the PTS (Socialist Workers Party) for their views on how revolutionaries can use electoral politics to advance class struggle. Bregman is currently a city legislator in Buenos Aires and Del Caño serves in Argentina’s national congress.

Argentina: Left Front Congressman Nicolas del Caño Receives Death Threats

“Hello disgusting lefty. I’m leaving you this [drawing of military dictator Rafael] Videla so that you think better what you do.”

On Monday, Argentine congressman Nicolás del Caño received death threats on his mobile phone. Del Caño is a former presidential candidate and a national representative for the Frente de Izquierda (Workers’ Left Front)

A Party for the Battles to Come

With thousands of people in the U.S. embracing socialist ideas the question of how to build a party becomes a critical one. While important lessons can be drawn from the biggest socialist parties of the 20th century, we should also keep an eye on the present struggles of the working class.

Argentina’s New Austerity

Recent pension cuts backed by Argentine President Mauricio Macri have elicited vigorous popular protest.