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Workers’ Left Front MP to speak in London

From http://argentinaresearchnetwork.wordpress.com/2013/12/31/workers-left-front-mp-to-speak-in-london/ Dates: Monday January 6th at 7.30pm (Lambeth) and Tuesday 7th January 2014 at 7pm (central London) Christian Castillo, recently elected deputy for Buenos Aires Province, will be speaking on the recent election campaign, waged by the Workers’ and Left Front (FIT) on its policies and on the class struggle in Argentina. The FIT […]

Left Voice

January 4, 2014
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http://argentinaresearchnetwork.wordpress.com/2013/12/31/workers-left-front-mp-to-speak-in-london/

Dates: Monday January 6th at 7.30pm (Lambeth) and Tuesday 7th January 2014 at 7pm (central London)

Christian Castillo, recently elected deputy for Buenos Aires Province, will be speaking on the recent election campaign, waged by the Workers’ and Left Front (FIT) on its policies and on the class struggle in Argentina. The FIT brings together the PTS (Partido de Trabajadores Socialistas) of which Christian is a leading member, the PO (Partido Obrero) and the IS (Izquierda Socialista). It gained over 1 million votes or 5.11 per cent nationally in the October 27 elections, gaining three seats in the Argentine Congress and eight seats in various provincial parliaments. FIT MP, and member of the PTS, Nicolás del Caño, said on taking his seat in December: ”We are going to put our parliamentary seats at the service of the workers’ struggles against the employers, the government and the union bureaucracy. We are going to support the struggle to recover the unions, in order to confront austerity and the limits on wages that the government wants to impose. Our parliamentary seats will also be a platform and a rostrum, so that the struggle of the women’s movement against the clerical reform of the Civil Code and for the law that will guarantee legal, safe and free abortion, can be expressed.”

There will be ample time for all to contribute.

Lambeth. Monday January 6th 7.30.pm Vida Walsh Centre,
26 Saltoun Rd, SW2 1EP (south side Windrush Sq)

Central London
7.00pm, Tuesday 7 January 2014
The Conference Room
YMCA Indian Student Hostel
41 Fitzroy Square
London W1T 6AQ

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