Nicolás del Caño
The Left Alternative to Peronism
Originally published on Jacobin, October 22 , 2015 /Argentines go to the polls Sunday. What’s the state of the country’s left, electorally and in the streets?
Todd ChretienOctober 22, 2015
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 COctober 19, 2015
‘We want a hard left that denounces the political caste and fights with workers’
PHOTO: Enfoque Rojo This article was previously published on LINKS International Journal of Socialist Renewal Green Left Weekly’s Federico Fuentes interviewed Del Cano about the situation in Argentina today and the upcoming October presidential elections. Initiated just over four years ago, the Left and Workers Front (FIT) in Argentina has become a key reference point […]
Federico FuentesSeptember 17, 2015
Two Different Paths: Syriza and Podemos or the FIT?
Last Sunday’s primary elections in Argentina closed with great celebrations. Running under a revolutionary working-class program, the Left and Workers’ Front (FIT) presented two separate slates for the first time since its formation in 2011. The FIT’s election results offer important considerations for the international left.
Jimena VergaraAugust 14, 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 CAugust 13, 2015
We don’t want to be a symbolic left, Nicolás del Caño from the Left and Workers’ Front (FIT)
The primaries are taking place this weekend in Argentina. Last Thursday, August 6, Nicolás del Caño, national congressman and running presidential candidate in today’s primary elections, gave a speech to close his electoral campaign.
Gloria GrinbergAugust 9, 2015