Workers Left Front (FIT)
Myriam Bregman: Argentina’s Agreement with the IMF is a “New Colonial Pact”
In an interview with one of Argentina’s leading daily newspapers, Myriam Bregman — a member of the country’s Congress and a leader of the Left Front–Unity — criticized the current president for “legitimizing the scam perpetrated” by the former administration and proposed a “sovereign nonrecognition” of the foreign debt.
Pedro LacourFebruary 19, 2022
A Historic Result for the Left Front in Argentina: Almost 1.3 Million Votes and Four Seats in Congress
At the midterm elections on Sunday, the center-left government of Alberto Fernández suffered a defeat. The Left Front, a coalition of working-class socialist groups, had its best result ever, with 1,270,540 votes across the country. This is an inspiration for socialists around the world.
Nathaniel FlakinNovember 15, 2021
Why the Elections This Sunday in Argentina Are Important for Socialists Everywhere
The Workers Left Front — Unity stands to win more than a million votes in Sunday’s election in Argentina. The socialist Left can become an independent force in other countries as well.
Nathaniel FlakinNovember 12, 2021
International Statement of Support for the Workers Left Front – Unity (FIT–U) in Argentina
Hundreds of authors, activists, union leaders and social and political organizations from all over the world signed this declaration in support of the Left and Workers' Front - Unity (FITU) in the run-up to the legislative elections on Sunday, November 14.
Frente de Izquierda UnidadNovember 12, 2021
Fed Up with AOC? Meet Myriam Bregman
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is known around the world as a socialist in the U.S. Congress. Yet she has disappointed supporters on the Left by voting to fund ICE and the Israeli war machine. Are all elected officials going to betray us? We compare AOC's record to that of Myriam Bregman, the socialist congressmember from Argentina.
Nathaniel FlakinOctober 27, 2021
Alejandro Vilca, the Socialist Sanitation Worker in Argentina Fighting to Enter Congress
Socialist sanitation worker Alejandro Vilcas won 24 percent of the votes in the province of Jujuy, Argentina. He is fighting to enter Congress in November as national deputy.
La Izquierda Diario ArgentinaSeptember 15, 2021
Trotskyist Legislators in Argentina Under Attack for Defending Palestine
Last Wednesday, representatives of the Workers Left Front — Unity (FIT-U) in Argentina spoke out against the Israeli attack on Gaza. As a result, right-wing forces are attempting to defame them as "Nazis and antisemites." A broad petition rejects this reactionary campaign.
Left VoiceMay 24, 2021
After Decades of Struggle in the Streets, Argentina Legalizes Abortion
In a monumental victory for the feminist movement, Argentina has voted to make abortion legal and free during the first 14 weeks of pregnancy. Socialist feminists have been on the frontlines of this struggle from the beginning.
Tatiana CozzarelliDecember 30, 2020
Government Burns Down Shelters in Mass Eviction of Land Occupation in Argentina
For the past three months, a large plot of empty land in Guernica, Argentina has become home to thousands of people facing homelessness as a result of the country’s worsening housing crisis. On Thursday morning, the “progressive” Kirchnerist government of the Province of Buenos Aires sent the police to violently evict the encampment, setting fire to people’s shelters and displacing thousands of families.
Juan COctober 29, 2020
An Initial Assessment of the Latin American–U.S. Virtual Conference
The Virtual Latin American and the United States Conference was convened by the Workers Left Front (FIT-U) of Argentina, and it took place between July 30 and August 1. This is the initial assessment that was published in La Izquierda Diario by leaders of the Trotskyist Fraction–Fourth International.
Christian CastilloAugust 18, 2020