HAITI: President Moïse Begs for US Aid Amid Violent Protests

Photo: Haitians set overturned car on fire during February protests demanding the president’s resignation. Those protests continue today. By Miriam Cordova On October 28, Haitian President Jovenel Moïse mentioned during a radio interview that he has requested “humanitarian aid” from the US government in response to the now seven consecutive weeks of violent protests throughout the country. Protesters have been consistently calling for Moïse’s resignation, … Continue reading HAITI: President Moïse Begs for US Aid Amid Violent Protests

On the Popular Rebellion in Ecuador

This article is an unofficial translation from Frente de Defensa de las Luchas del Pueblo del Ecuador. By Javier De Paz The proletariat and people of Ecuador recognize and value all the signs of solidarity issued by the international proletariat and oppressed peoples of the world to the struggles undertaken by the Ecuadorian people against imperialism, the IMF, and the repressive comprador regime of Lenin Moreno. … Continue reading On the Popular Rebellion in Ecuador

Perú: Vizcarra Disuelve el Congreso, Consolida el Poder

Foto: El Presidente peruano, Martín Vizcarra, entrega un mensaje nacional desde el Palacio de Gobierno en Lima Este artículo es una traducción.  Por Miguel Talavera  El 30 de septiembre, el presidente peruano, Martín Vizcarra, declaró disuelto el congreso del país, una medida que muestra la crisis del capitalismo burocrático en Perú. Como contramedida, el Congreso votó para suspender a Vizcarra del cargo y eligió a … Continue reading Perú: Vizcarra Disuelve el Congreso, Consolida el Poder

COLOMBIA: Drivers Strike and Student Protests Shake the Country

Photo: Student protesters in Medellín throw molotov cocktails at riot police armored vehicle By Felipe Vera Last week, a national strike of professional drivers and a series of combative student protests against corruption and police repression shook the streets of Bogotá and Medellín. On September 23, the National Association of Drivers of Colombia and the Drivers Union called for an indefinite national strike of professional transport … Continue reading COLOMBIA: Drivers Strike and Student Protests Shake the Country

VENEZUELA: US Puppet Guaidó Photographed with Colombian Narco-Paramilitary

Photo: Juan Guaidó with Alberto Lobo Quintero, alias Brother (left), and Jairo Duran Contreras, alias Menor (right), both members of narcotrafficking paramilitary Los Rastrojos By Nélida Tello On September 12, pictures of Venezuelan opposition leader and lacky of US imperialism Juan Guaidó surfaced on Twitter with members of Los Rastrojos, a Colombian narco paramilitary group that operates on both sides of the Colombia-Venezuela border. The … Continue reading VENEZUELA: US Puppet Guaidó Photographed with Colombian Narco-Paramilitary

Puerto Rico: Revolvimiento de Gobernador No Logra Apaciguar a las Masas

Foto: Wendy Vásquez es juramentada como el tercer gobernador de Puerto Rico en una semana. Por Felipe Vera Desde que el ex gobernador de Puerto Rico, Ricardo “Ricky” Rosselló, renunció a su cargo el 25 de julio, las masas han seguido movilizándose y protestando, incluso cuando el gobierno ha cambiado desesperadamente a los gobernadores en un esfuerzo por pacificarlos. Pedro Pierluisi había jurado tomar el … Continue reading Puerto Rico: Revolvimiento de Gobernador No Logra Apaciguar a las Masas

PUERTO RICO: Governor Shuffle Fails to Appease Masses

Photo: Wendy Vasquez is sworn in as Puerto Rico’s third governor in a week. By Felipe Vera Since former Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo “Ricky” Rossello resigned from office on July 25, the masses have continued to mobilize and protest, even as the government has desperately swapped out governors in an effort to pacify them. Pedro Pierluisi had been sworn in to take Rossello’s place but … Continue reading PUERTO RICO: Governor Shuffle Fails to Appease Masses