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February 24, 2024

Chile

Fires in the Valparaíso Region in Chile: A Predictable and Avoidable Tragedy

Anger, pain, fear, numbness, once again the flames are out of control, threatening our families, our friends, and ourselves. The flames, the smoke, and the ashes that envelop everything...

Chile: Another Failed Constitutional Process, What Now?

With more than ten points of difference, "Against” has  defeated "For" in the new...

Henry Kissinger, One of the Main Organizers of the Civil-Military Coup in Chile, Dies

By María Rivera and Otávio Calegari, MIT Chile On October 22, 1970, a little more...

Chile: The Proposed New Constitution is a Major Attack on Workers

A few days ago, the Constitutional Council approved the new constitution with the votes...

Chile| A History of Plunder: A Contribution to the Present Struggles

By Cristóbal Badilla, Historian and Professor of History In this article, I want to make...

Chile| A History of Plunder: A Contribution to the Present Struggles

By Cristóbal Badilla, Historian and Professor of History In this article, I want to make a brief historical review of the theft of our natural...

May 7 election in Chile: the far right grows and social discontent persists

Last Sunday's election day was very important, despite the majority of people's lack of enthusiasm about the vote. Its results reflect, in part, the...

“Progressive governments”: A not-so-pink new wave

The cycle of electoral victories of so-called progressive parties, which had already brought Gabriel Boric (Chile) and Gustavo Petro (Colombia) to national governments, is...

49 years of the coup in Chile: Some lessons to prevent history from repeating itself!

The 49th anniversary of the 1973 civil-military coup reactivates a pending debate on the most complex period of our recent history. By Paz Ibarra /...

Chile | On the victory of the “Rechazo” and the next steps of our struggle

With more than 13 million voters, the “Rechazo” (rejection) won the majority in the Plebiscite on the New Constitution. The “Rechazo” votes totaled more...

Chile | MIT's Stance on the Constitutional Referendum

The Exit (Constitutional) Referendum will take place on the 4th of September. In the last weeks, social networks, radios and TV channels have been...

Property rights in Chile’s new Constitution: the capitalist core remains in place

One of the most important points of any constitution is the right to property. By MIT-Chile This right refers to the ownership of a house,...

One year of the Constitutional Convention

On this occasion, I will make the first assessment of my participation in the Constitutional Convention. By María Rivera, MIT leader and former constituent for...

Chile | A new top-down agreement to break the people’s will

Leaders of the political parties of the 30 years launched a Manifesto on 11 August. The aim of the Manifesto is to make...

The support of a critical vote for “Approve” towards the building of a revolutionary party in Chile

The general crisis is an episode proper to the economic cycle in which, along with making visible the set of contradictions inherent to a...

Solidarity with Edu Gallardo: For freedom of association in Chile

From the LITCI we adhere to and share the communiqué of the Chilean Inter-Company Union of Mining Workers - SIM - calling for the...

Chile | Clarifying the most recent Constitutional Convention vote on copper and mining

The plenary of the Constitutional Convention on Friday 5/07/22 voted on a series of norms related to copper mining and other minerals. Since that...

Interview with Edward Gallardo, mining leader: "It is essential that we organize, within the working class, to nationalize mining industries."

Edward Gallardo Basay (Edu) is a mine worker, subcontracted at the Chuquicamata mines, president of the National Intercompany Mining Union (SIM). He is also...

Interview with María Rivera: "It is not just the nationalization of minerals, but the nationalization of the large mining companies of copper, lithium, gold...

María Rivera, constituent assembly representative of D8 and leader of the Internationalist Workers Movement (MIT), is one of the constituents, alongside Ivanna Olivares, sponsoring...