Alberto Fernández froze the price of basic public services, reduced the prices of medicines, announced special bonuses for retirees, special and underprivileged people, suspended the ban on the sale of abortion pills
After 4 miserable years of Macrismo, Argentina bids farewell to the right-wing government and welcomes the progressive government of the Frente de Todos coalition
The government of Buenos Aires withdrew a law that defined medical residents and concurrents as trainees and stripped them of labor right. This followed continuous mass protests by the medicos
They marched against neoliberalism and Mauricio Macri’s term as president and expressed solidarity with the ongoing struggles in Chile, Colombia, Haiti, etc.
The medical residents and concurrents of the city of Buenos Aires have been protesting since November 28 against a law that disregards their status as healthcare professionals and defines them as trainees
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
As indicated in the primary elections, Alberto Fernández of the Frente de Todos coalition defeated incumbent president Mauricio Macri in the first round
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
We also take a look at the struggle by workers in Spain regarding the protection of their jobs.
Hundreds of public healthcare professionals have not received their salaries for the past five months
Police violently repressed social movements mobilizing to demand that the government take measures to address the crisis of hunger and poverty in the country
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