Party of Socialist Workers (PTS), Argentina
Day of Action Against the Criminalization of Protest
On Wednesday, multiple actions took place around the country calling for the release of long-time social movement referent Milagro Sala, as well as an end to the criminalization of protest, anti-terrorist laws and repressive legislation.
Tre KwonJanuary 28, 2016
The Mockery of “National Dialogue” and an Austerity Plan by Decree
On December 10, Argentina’s President-elect Mauricio Macri assumed his position in the Casa Rosada. Already within the first few days, he began to apply an austerity agenda.
Gloria GrinbergDecember 22, 2015
“For socialism! For internationalism! For bread and for roses!”
On October 10-12, the 30th annual National Women's Meeting (Encuentro Nacional de Mujeres) took place in the coastal city of Mar del Plata, Argentina. There, the Left and the Workers’ Front (FIT) joined Pan y Rosas, a national women's organization organized by the PTS with sister organizations in Uruguay, Mexico, Brazil and Spain.
Left VoiceOctober 27, 2015
Sixty-Five Thousand Strong at National Women’s Meeting
On October 10-12, the 30th annual National Women's Meeting (Encuentro Nacional de Mujeres) took place in the coastal city of Mar del Plata, Argentina. There, the Left and the Workers’ Front (FIT) joined Pan y Rosas, a national women's organization advanced by the PTS with sister organizations in Uruguay, Mexico, Brazil and Spain.
Gloria GrinbergOctober 23, 2015
Nicolás Del Caño and the Left in the Presidential Debate
For the first time ever last Sunday, Argentina’s presidential debate was publicly broadcasted on live television. Front-running candidate -- and Kirchner’s favorite -- Daniel Scioli was a no-show. During the debate, dissident peronist Sergio Massi and Cambiemos leader Mauricio Macri (Mayor of Buenos Aires) failed to gain ground. Left and Workers’ Front (FIT) leader Nicolás del Caño (MP) made a strong case.
Gloria GrinbergOctober 9, 2015
On the Rise of the Frente De Izquierda (FIT) in Argentina: A Debate on the Idea Of “Broad Parties”
On August 9, the national primary elections, known as the PASO*, were held in Argentina.
Jimena VergaraAugust 28, 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