November 21 Elections Showed that Chavismo Remains Solid and United

By Ana Perdigón on November 29, 2021

On Sunday, November 28, the First Vice President of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), Diosdado Cabello, stated that the November 21 elections demonstrated that Chavismo remains solid and united, while the opposition remains divided in the short and long term. (more…)

The Cuban Guaidó Wannabe

By Volker Hermsdorf on November 30, 2021

Yunior flies to Madrid to join the rest of the imperial wannabes and leaves his little group behind

Cuban opponent of the system, Yunior García Aguilera, has announced a “strategic alliance” of opposition forces in Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua. This “alliance” of activists “confronting the same dictatorship” could help “change the reality in Cuba” (more…)

Honduras Said Enough and Opened its Doors to New Hope

By Alejandra Garcia on November 30, 2021

photo: Lucia Vijil S

Honduras went to the polls last Sunday amid a process of historic importance. People flocked to the polling stations, despite political violence and fears induced by the narco regime of outgoing President Juan Orlando Hernández (JOH). (more…)

Xiomara Castro, and the Rebirth of Honduras

By Ilka Oliva Corado on November 29, 2021

photo: Bill Hackwell

The humiliations suffered by undocumented Central American migrants who try to cross Mexico to reach the United States, seeking to save themselves from the institutional violence of the narco-State, in the case of Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, have hurt a lot. (more…)

Whoever Has a Heart, Can Never Forget this Day

By Gustavo A. Maranges on November 28, 2021 from Cuba

photo: Maykel Espinosa Rodriguez

Yesterday morning the streets of Cuba were flooded by a multitude of people who will not surrender their history. Young people, adults, students, and workers from the most diverse sectors of society marched early in the morning to pay a well-deserved tribute to the 8 medical students executed in 1871 when Cuba was still a colony of Spain. (more…)

Peru and the Washington Summit

By Gustavo Espinoza M on November 24, 2021

Castillo and Almagro

In November, in the elections held in the country of the North, Joe Biden defeated Mr. Donald Trump. From this, an unprecedented experience happened; the acting president argued fraud and ignored the verdict of the polls. (more…)

Chavismo Consolidates its Power in the Face of a Divided Opposition

By Marco Teruggi on November 23, 2021 from Caracas

Chavism won in last week’s regional elections. This is shown by the national political map which, in terms of governorships, shows twenty states in the hands of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) and three in the hands of different opposition forces, an irreversible map (more…)

Brazil: Lula and Boulos

By Frei Betto on November 25, 2021

Lula and Boulos, photo: Ricardo Stuckert

I have seen with great concern the Petista militants vehemently affirming that they will not support the candidacy of Guilherme Boulos (PSOL) for the government of São Paulo. Has the left learned nothing from what has happened in Brazil in recent years? (more…)

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