Argentina
Sovereignty or dependence: Six reasons to not pay the IMF

When the payment of debt seems to be the only way forward, voices within the ruling party argue why, at the very least, debt should be suspended and denounced in international organizations

Argentine political leaders demand immediate release of Indigenous activist Milagro Sala

Indigenous and social activist Milagro Sala has been under house arrest since January 16, 2016 over charges that activists allege are politically motivated

Chubut governor repeals mining law after days of protest

After five days of anti-mining protests across Argentina’s Chubut province, the provincial governor repealed the law that paved the way for mega-mining in the province, and gave the call for a plebiscite to decide on this matter

“You can feel it, Lula president”: crowd welcomes former president in Buenos Aires

Visit by the former Brazilian president supports the Peronist government in its agenda of agreements with the IMF

American Express goes on a buying spree in Argentina’s Congress

A representative from the American Chamber of Commerce visited the Argentine Congress to encourage lawmakers to vote against an ecological packaging law proposed by movements

Ruling Frente de Todos alliance remains the largest political force in Argentine parliament

The ruling Frente de Todos alliance, led by president Alberto Fernández and vice-president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, lost the majority in the Senate, but remains the largest political force in the country’s parliament

What united us was empathy: Community organizations help tackle hunger in Argentina

The pandemic brought with it more inequality and injustice. Grassroots movements responded with solidarity and organization and food for those who were struggling

Sex workers and COVID-19: Resisting the pandemic and criminalization

Sex workers who work at the intersection of informality, stigmatization and criminalization have strengthened their organizing to grapple with the economic impact of the pandemic

Complaint filed against former Argentine president Macri over ammunition supply to Bolivian coup regime

Former Argentine President Mauricio Macri and nine former officials of his government have been accused of aggravated smuggling of weapons and war ammunition, embezzlement of public funds, abuse of authority and crimes that compromise the peace and dignity of the Nation

Argentine government supplied ammunition to the Bolivian regime in the 2019 coup d’état

Bolivian foreign minister Rogelio Mayta denounced that the government of former Argentine President Mauricio Macri, like the government of former Ecuadorian President Lenín Moreno, also supplied war ammunition to Jeanine Áñez’s coup regime in November 2019

Argentina makes history and passes the Travesti Trans Employment Quota

Last Thursday, Argentina’s congress passed the Travesti Trans Employment Quota, a law which calls for the State to reserve a percentage of its employment capacity for this population.

Fight against femicides continues in Argentina and across Latin America

Since 2015, every year, the movement Ni Una Menos or ‘Not One (Woman) Less’ organizes massive marches across the country to raise voice against violence against women and non-binary people.

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