Thirteen Months in Jail for Protesting Against the Social Security Reform

  Daniel Ruiz was freed after being detained for protesting, in December 2017, against the Social Security Reform. “No one will give me back the almost thirteen months that I was in jail,” he states, and adds: “We will show them, during the trial, that this process was full of...

Trial and conviction for the murderers from the Treble A

Out with their accomplices from the Trade Unions The former president of the Republic, Isabel Perón, had to face the court a few days ago. Cafiero and Ruckauf, well-known politicians in the Justicialista party are free on parole. These are momentous events for the workers. Treble A and days of crime In...

Why are the Patagonian workers struggling

 All over 2015, companies tried to charge the austerity plans on the workers’ backs, by imposing retirements without the corresponding relays, and by reducing personnel, restraining salary negotiations, confiscating part of the salary through the Income Tax*, which, with the current inflation imposed by the monopolies, corrodes our...

Letter from Sebastián Romero

 My name is Sebastián Romero, and I am a victim of political persecution by Macri’s government. I am a worker as many others, but for over three months I have not seen my family, my coworkers at the factory or my neighbors. I am persecuted as if I was a...

Argentina: Dictatorship Torturers Condemned

Raul Guillermo Pascual Muñoz and Jorge Norberto, two members of Argentinian Intelligence Services were sentenced to life imprisonment on December 6, 2018.   By CSP-Conlutas Media Workgroup   In February 4, 1982 they kidnapped and murdered the socialist activist Ana Maria Martinez. This murder got the headlines and was the last killing of activists...

The Leftwing and Its Capitulation Facing the Police Conflict

The latest police conflict (TN: policemen strike action in Buenos Aires in September 2020) raised concerns among all the regime's politicians. A joint backlash was orchestrated by the regime politicians (using as an excuse the policemen demonstration in front of Quinta de Olivos - the presidential residence). This backlash...

Impunity breeds crime

Latin America often regarded as part of the ‘Third World’ has often been in the headlines because of the criminal dictatorships ruling there. In Argentina, the last episode of such genocide lasted from March 1976 until 1983 and the officially admitted toll of missing people is 30,000. This does...

April 6: General Strike!

On the 6th, 7th and 8th of March, workers turned the table and opened a new chapter of national reality. We were thousands taking on the streets of the Capital and the most important cities nationwide. The estimated is about one million workers mobilized during the three days against...

The Battle For Legalization of Abortion in Argentina

August 8, 2018 was a historical day. By International Labour Network One million women and men in green, primarily working class, surronded the Argentinian Parliament in order to put pressure on the Senators to pass the bill legalizing abortion. The Senate opposed the bill. 38 senators voted against while 31 in favor....

Argentina Rejects Bolsonaro – Here your hate is not welcome!

This was the slogan of a huge demonstration in “Plaza de Mayo”, downtown Buenos Aires, against the presence of Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro in Argentinian territory. By CSP-Conlutas Media Workgroup President Jair Bolsonaro traveled to Argentina to show his support for current president Mauricio Macri who is standing for elections to...

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