Worker’s Party (PT), Brazil
This Is Not What Socialist Internationalism Looks Like: DSA and Dilma Rousseff
One of the keynote speakers for the DSA convention was former Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff. This is not what internationalism looks like.
Tatiana CozzarelliAugust 9, 2021
From Bolsonaro’s Crisis and Judicial Bonapartism to Lula’s Return
The rehabilitation of political rights for Lula, the former Brazilian president from the Workers Party, is a sign of the lengths to which the bourgeoisie will go to protect its interests in the wake of Bolsonaro’s gross mismanagement of the country’s health and economic crises.
Elizabeth YangMarch 24, 2021
Lula and the Coup Regime
Lula’s convictions have been annulled, paving the way for him to run in Brazil’s 2022 presidential elections. But the regime’s goal is to save the legacy of the institutional coup, using Lula as an escape valve for social discontent. For Lula’s Workers’ Party, the task is not to fight the coup regime but to take its place within it.
André BarbieriMarch 11, 2021
Revolutionary Socialist Candidates in Brazil Challenge Bolsonaro and the Coup Regime
Candidates of Left Voice’s sister organization in Brazil are running for office in several parts of the country, raising the perspective of independent working-class candidates in the elections and in the streets as an alternative to most of the Left, which seeks to continue the path of conciliation with the bourgeois regime.
Left VoiceNovember 5, 2020
The Fires in the Amazon Were Set on Purpose
Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research (INPE) reported a record total of 72,843 fires this year, an 80 percent increase compared to 2018. Almost 10,000 of those fires were spotted in the last week. These fires were set on purpose and Bolsonaro is to blame.
Maryam AlanizAugust 22, 2019
Brazilian Workers Strike Against Bolsonaro’s Pension Cuts
Work stoppages took place in 111 cities and towns, mainly in public transit. Demonstrations were held in 181 cities.
Esquerda DiárioJune 17, 2019
Brazil: Lula’s Imprisonment Was Never About Corruption. Now There is a Smoking Gun.
Chats published by The Intercept show that the judge who imprisoned Presidential candidate Inacio Lula da Silva systematically worked with the prosecution to strengthen their case.
Juan Andrés GallardoJune 12, 2019
The PT, Neoliberalism, and the Brazilian Regime
The Partido dos Trabalhadores (PT - Workers’ Party) has played an important role during decisive moments of Brazilian history. This article offers a critical overview of the party’s responsibility for maintaining the Brazilian capitalist regime.
Edison UrbanoNovember 20, 2018
Violence, Crisis and Resistance in Bolsonaro’s Brazil
How did Bolsonaro win Brazil's election? What will happen now?
Tatiana CozzarelliNovember 4, 2018
Pro-Torture, Pro-Dictatorship Misogynist Wins First Round of Brazilian Elections
Brazil's far-right candidate won the first round of elections with a 46% majority. The Workers Party (PT) candidate came in a dismal second, with only 29%. How did this happen?
Tatiana CozzarelliOctober 8, 2018