Worker’s Party (PT), Brazil
Massive March Against Misogynist Pro-Dictatorship Candidate
Hundreds of thousands of Brazilians took to the street to demand women's rights and protest right-wing Presidential candidate, Jair Bolsonaro.
Maria AurelioSeptember 30, 2018
What is Behind the Brazilian Crisis?
A federal court in Brazil sentenced former President Lula to 12 years in federal prison on January 24, on the grounds of soliciting bribes and attempting to rig this year’s presidential elections. How did this happen to one of the country's most popular politicians?
Victor MariuttiFebruary 6, 2018
Repression and Resistance in Brasilia: Yesterday’s Massive Protest in 20 Images
Yesterday 150,000 people took to the streets of Brasilia to protest the corrupt President and austerity measures. At least 49 people were injured in the huge police and military repression.
Left VoiceMay 25, 2017
Thousands of Protesters Support Ousting Brazilian President
Brazilian President Temer is directly implicated in a corruption scandal and thousands take to the streets across the country. They demand that the President be ousted from office and his austerity measures stopped.
Left VoiceMay 19, 2017
Towards a General Strike? Massive Brazilian Work Stoppages on March 15
On the afternoon on March 15th, all major Brazilian cities were shaken by major protests against proposed cuts to retirement benefits and a loosening of labor regulations. The day began with workers from various sectors, namely transit workers and teachers, uniting in a massive work stoppage around the country.
Victor MariuttiMarch 17, 2017
Brazil After the Coup: Austerity, Attacks and Scandals
After the right-wing coup, the government has intensified attacks against the working class. Scandals and plummeting popularity has not stopped these attacks from coming. What can be done to resist and defeat the Temer government? The following interview with Leandro Lanfredi, Editor of Esquerda Diario, the largest left publication in Brazil, will begin to answer these questions.
Leandro LanfrediJanuary 27, 2017
Books and Barricades: The Revolt in Brazilian Schools
More than 1,000 high schools and universities are currently being occupied by Brazilian students. Why are they occupying and what can this tell us about the current political situation in Brazil?
Tatiana CozzarelliNovember 3, 2016
Behind the Olympics: Crisis, Corruption and a Coup
Left Voice speaks with Carol Cacau, currently running for Rio de Janeiro City Council as a representative of the socialist Revolutionary Workers’ Movement (MRT). She describes the current situation in Rio, in the midst of the Olympic Games.
Tatiana CozzarelliAugust 10, 2016