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01.11.2020

2020 Elections: Brazil has 147.9 million electors apt to vote

2020 Elections: Brazil has 147.9 million electors apt to vote

Voters’ biometric data collection increased despite the pandemic By Wellton Máximo Female, graduated from high-school, aged 35 to 59 is the profile of the majority of electors voting in the 2020 municipal elections, according to the Superior Electoral Court. »

31.10.2020

Radical neoliberalism was born and will die in Chile

Radical neoliberalism was born and will die in Chile

By Patricio Zamorano From Washington DC A wave of Indigenous peoples supporting the Luis Arce-David Choquehuanca presidential ticket defeated the main right-wing candidate, Carlos Mesa by 20 points, restoring democracy to Bolivia, and despite the fact that the right-wing forces were backed by the U.S. and the Organization of… »

29.10.2020

Bolivia: Movimiento Al Socialismo’s victory against the coup and the right- wing

Bolivia: Movimiento Al Socialismo’s victory against the coup and the right- wing

Justice is finally done! After a year of the coup, the Bolivian people have once again expressed their will against neoliberalism, its policies and economic interests aimed at destroying their country. The election results arrived at one a.m., after several delays by the… »

28.10.2020

Post-Plebiscite in Huechuraba, Chile: Votes Cast for Dignity for a Community and a Country

Post-Plebiscite in Huechuraba, Chile:  Votes Cast for Dignity for a Community and a Country

By Maxine Lowy (i) Less than thirty minutes before polls closed, and another half hour before the first official count, increasing numbers of people circulated along the sidewalks of Huechuraba, heading for the Civic Plaza, a vast open space where concerts, fairs and demonstrations are held in this working-class community… »

27.10.2020

Face 2 Face with Tomas Hirsch

Face 2 Face with Tomas Hirsch

This show is broadcast live on October 27 at 3 PM EST On this show we are speaking with Tomas Hirsch, member of Acción Humanista, about Chileans vote to draft a new constitution in a referendum on Sunday, beginning a process that could upend the political landscape in one of… »

27.10.2020

Youth and Adult Education was the theme of this week’s CLADE Assembly

Youth and Adult Education was the theme of this week’s CLADE Assembly

CLADE’s Regional Assembly panel, which took place virtually this Tuesday 27 October as it has been every week, allowed reflecting on the context and proposals of Youth and Adult Education (EPJA from Spanish) looking forward to the VII International Conference on Youth and Adult Education (Confintea). The meeting was held… »

26.10.2020

Chile: the “I Approve” option overwhelmingly wins Plebiscite

Chile: the “I Approve” option overwhelmingly wins Plebiscite

Despite the pandemic and the consequent postponement of this event, which should have taken place last April, today in Chile it was possible to go to the polls, respecting the health measures to prevent coronavirus infections as much as possible, with a notable display of civic organisation and also with… »

25.10.2020

Lula’s defense team denounces another act of persecution against him

Lula’s defense team denounces another act of persecution against him

Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva’s defense team on Saturday denounced another act of persecution against the former Brazilian president, as he was accused for the fourth time in a case related to the Lava Jato judicial operation. Federal Judge Luiz Antonio Bonat, who replaced Sergio Moro, received the accusation against… »

24.10.2020

Chile: Images from a commemoration that dignifies

Chile: Images from a commemoration that dignifies

Yesterday, in celebration of the first anniversary of the social awakening, demonstrators filled the plazas of many Chilean cities, especially central Santiago’s Dignidad Plaza. On the government’s demand, Carabineros (the Chilean police force) withdrew forces and did not engage with the hundreds of thousands of demonstrators. This allowed the event… »

23.10.2020

Argentina’s Veteran Ambassador Makes a Stand for the Sovereignty of Latin America

Argentina’s Veteran Ambassador Makes a Stand for the Sovereignty of Latin America

By Vijay Prashad Alicia Castro does not shy away from her views. She came to diplomacy from the trade union movement, where she was a leader when she was a flight attendant with Aerolíneas Argentinas. Castro spent eight years as a member of parliament in the Argentine National Congress, where… »

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