Peru: Congressmen Re-file Vacancy Motion against President Dina Boluarte

April 1, 2024

Dina Boluarte

“Since December 7, 2022, date on which she usurps the office of the Presidency of the Republic, Peru Libre does not recognize Dina Boluarte as a legitimate or legal president,” the party said. (more…)

Cuba Demands Peace for Palestine through Community Art

By Alejandra Garcia on March 31, 2024 from Havana

photo: Jose Manual Correa

This Saturday, Cuba remembered the Palestinian Land Day and rejected in a heartfelt way the hatred and desire for extermination poured on the Gaza Strip. During this day of solidarity with the victims of Israel’s war that seems to have no end in sight, a group of Cuban visual artists came together to create a mural for all to see, at Paseo Avenue and 21st Street, in the Vedado neighborhood of Havana. (more…)

Cuban Artists for Palestine: A Collective Mural Calls for Neighborhood Reflection

By Laura V. Mar and Victor Villalba Gutiérrez, Photos: Yaimi Ravelo

Havana, March 30, 2024 – Artists and cartoonists carried out an urban intervention in the central Paseo Avenue of the Cuban capital, on the occasion of the Palestinian Land Day, that commemorates the first general strike against the theft of part of the Palestinian territory by the Zionist regime. (more…)

Cuba, a Blockaded Island that Articulates People

By Itzamna Ollantay on March 28, 2024

photo: Bill Hackwell

Cuba, with its nearly 11 million inhabitants, distributed in more than 109,000 km² of territory, surrounded by sea, besieged and economically blockaded by the U.S. State, has a diametrically different fate than its island neighbor Haiti. (more…)

Massive Layoffs in Argentina: Milei’s Chainsaw Hits State Workers

By Marco Teruggi on March 30, 2024

Argentine President Javier Milei, during a business event  Photo: Diario Público.

Argentine President Javier Milei’s chainsaw has finally had a full impact on state workers. It has happened on the eve of the long weekend and Easter holiday, with the dismissal of about 11,000 employees of different national institutions located in the capital, Buenos Aires, as well as in their offices in the different provinces of the country. (more…)

Yet again US Meddles in Another Nation’s Elections

By María Páez Victor on March 29, 2024

President Maduro speaking to supporters after registering his candidacy.

“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” – Albert Einstein (more…)

Despite Predictions Latin America Plunges into Poverty and Inequality

By Raúl Antonio Capote on March 28, 2024

photo weforum

Despite Predictions Latin America Plunges into Poverty and InequalityCalculations and predictions about the economy in the world, is beginning to show its first results for 2024. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) forecasts a slight decline in world growth to 2.9%, compared to 3% in 2023, forecasts that, so far, have been met fairly closely. (more…)

Obama Opened a Door between Cuba and the US. Why is Biden Closing it Again?

By Bhaskar Sunkara

photo: Bill Hackwell

On 6 April 1960, the US diplomat Lester D Mallory wrote a memo advocating an embargo “denying money and supplies to Cuba, to decrease monetary and real wages, to bring about hunger, desperation and overthrow of government”. Sixty-four years later and the policy that Cubans call el bloqueo (the blockade) is still in force. (more…)

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