Across Argentina millions are participating in a national general strike to protest the Milei government’s widespread attacks on people’s rights
Trade unions are taking to the streets against the dismissal of 7,000 workers and other anti-people policies that are part of Javier Milei’s recent presidential decree
Milei pushed forward more than 11 labor laws and modified 20 aspects of the Labor Contract Law. It will now be cheaper to fire, protests are restricted if not banned, and precariousness will be the order of the day.
Despite threats from Javier Milei’s government, the mobilization was carried out to reject the harsh austerity plans
Social leader Juan Grabois is contesting the candidacy for the center-left Union for the Homeland coalition in the upcoming primaries in Argentina
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Juan Grabois of the Confederation of Workers of the Popular Economy discusses the defeat of Macri in the recent elections in Argentina and the challenges ahead
The results show that Argentines have had enough of Macri’s neoliberal and repressive policies and are ready for a more progressive government
Over 200,000 marched in Buenos Aires on April 30 in the National Strike to denounce the neoliberal policies of Mauricio Macri’s government
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The agriculturists held a verdurazo, a protest where they distributed their produce for free. The protest highlighted the crisis faced by small farmers in Argentina and culminated with the announcement of a national forum for a people’s agrarian program in May