Mauricio Macri
What are the tasks before Argentina’s new government?

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

Argentina says: ‘Bye Macri!’

As indicated in the primary elections, Alberto Fernández of the Frente de Todos coalition defeated incumbent president Mauricio Macri in the first round

Elections in Argentina: End of a four-year neoliberal nightmare?

The elections today in Argentina could serve as another spark of hope for the continent, a strong rejection of the neoliberal model, militarization and subservience to imperialist interests

ATW 61 Argentina Spain U.S Ep 61: Strikes in Chicago and Argentina, and more..

We also take a look at the struggle by workers in Spain regarding the protection of their jobs.

Argentina’s medical residents strike for pay

Hundreds of public healthcare professionals have not received their salaries for the past five months

When the cries of the hungry are met with beatings and tear gas

Police violently repressed social movements mobilizing to demand that the government take measures to address the crisis of hunger and poverty in the country

Argentinians demand implementation of the Food Emergency Act

The economic crisis in Argentina has had dire effects on the population’s access to food, total food insecurity rose from 21.7% in 2017 to 29.3% in 2018

Argentina Trigger-happy protests Tens of thousands of Argentinians mobilize against the ‘trigger-happy’ police

Since 1983, more than 6,500 cases of murder at the hands of the state have been registered. The number of cases have increased during the current government’s rule.

Massive mobilization against the socio-economic crisis in Argentina

Protesters demand the extension of social emergency measures, increase of pension and retirement benefits, rise in the Supplementary Social Salary and the implementation of the Food Emergency Act.

argentina protest-food shortage Elderly man killed for stealing food in Argentina; neighbourhood demands justice

Rampant inflation and the lack of adequate government policies have made basic food products inaccessible for the majority of the Argentine population.

Argentinians take to the streets to demand measures to combat economic crisis

Social movements will hold a day-long national struggle to demand concrete measures for the public sectors on August 28.

Social movements in Argentina mobilize against Macri

The intensified struggle is in response to the desperate situation that Argentinians have to face because of a spiraling economic crisis brought about by Macri’s neoliberal policies

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