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Argentina: Cristina Fernández de Kirchner Condemns Lawfare against Progressive Leaders

March 23, 2023

photo: Cristina Kirchner twitter

On Tuesday Argentine Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner said that the judiciary, controlled by the oligarchy, had been using lawfare as a mechanism to persecute progressive political and social leaders in the country. (more…)

Lula Relaunches ‘Más Médicos’ Program to Provide Healthcare to Poor Areas of Brazil

March 20, 2023

Cuban doctor working in remote area of Brazil

The Brazilian government relaunched on Monday ‘Mais Médicos’ (More Doctors), a program created during the administration of the leftist Dilma Rousseff to alleviate the lack of health professionals in poor and isolated areas, and which was neglected by the former ultra-right-wing president Jair Bolsonaro, who was hostile towards the participation of Cuban doctors. (more…)

Havana and the World: Al Mayadeen Interviews the Cuban President

March 21, 2023

Media Network Chairman Ghassan Ben Jeddou interviews Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel. Photo: Al Mayadeen

During the second part of Al Mayadeen Media Network Chairman Ghassan Ben Jeddou’s interview with Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel, the president discusses Cuba’s assessment of current alliances, in addition to its position on the war in Ukraine. (more…)

Colombia: ‘The Most Ambitious Labor Reform of the Century’

By Gustavo A Maranges on March 21, 2023

Labor Minister Gloria Ines Ramirez and President Petro present labor reform bill.

This is how Colombia’s Labor Minister Gloria Ines Ramirez described the labor reform bill introduced to Congress on March 17. Improving workers’ conditions and rights is a major part of President Gustavo Petro’s plan to reduce inequality. (more…)

Cuba in the World Baseball Classic: Who Won, Who Lost?

By Iroel Sánchez on March 20, 2023

Resumen in English is running 2 articles in this issue from prominent Cuban journalists about Cuba’s participation in the World Baseball Classic and for all the talent, courage and pride it took to get its team to the final 4 of 16 countries in the tournament. – editorial (more…)

Bolivia: Arce Calls for Reinforcing  the Unity of the Electoral Victory of 2020

March 20, 2023

From the Congress of the National Confederation of Indigenous Peasant Women of Bolivia – Bartolina Sisa, President Luis Arce called to reissue the unity of social organizations and the political instrument that gave the victory in the 2020 elections, at a time when the national right “begins to raise its head” and the international right is interested in our natural resources. (more…)

Cuba: The Election on March 26th

By Ramón Pedregal Casanova on March 21, 2023

better is possible

Cuban society, the Cuban people, has chosen its candidates and the mass organizations, trade unions, students, women, sports, cultural, … no one can be left out without their right to choose who they consider to be the best. (more…)

A Shameful Hatred

By: Randy Alonso Falcón on March 20, 2023

Cheerleader and friend of Posada Carriles, Miguel Saavedra gave his anti-Cuban show outside Versailles restaurant on Saturday. photo: Miami Herald

There is nothing worse than a soul full of hate. It closes minds, strips identities, makes people act without reasoning. It was already portrayed in words by the great Tenessee Williams: “…hatred is a feeling that can only exist in the absence of all intelligence.” (more…)

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