Posts Tagged: Election

Mexican President López Obrador takes office, promises to break with neo-liberalism

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Andrés Manuel López Obrador was inaugurated Dec. 2 as president of Mexico, raising hope among tens of millions of Mexicans that his presidency will ...

Mexico wants change: Lopez Obrador wins presidential election

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Lopez Obrador’s win marks an important development for progressives in Mexico and the world over.

Interview: General Secretary of the Communist Party of Turkey on the June 24 elections

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soL news interviewed Kemal Okuyan, the general secretary of the Communist Party of Turkey (TKP), on the results of June 24 election results.

Colombia elections: What’s at stake?

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On June 17, leftist candidate Gustavo Petro will square off against far-right candidate Ivan Duque in a runoff election in Colombia. At stake in the e...

Far right ascendant in Italian election

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Even as the neo-fascist presence in Italy continues to grow, there is a wave of anti-fascist activity that is rising to protest and expose these new i...

The people want radical change: Corbyn leads Labour’s surge in UK election

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Corbyn’s near victory — defying ruling class commentators and news outlets who predicted his crushing defeat — is a source of hope for the growi...

French Election — Far right Le Pen and Banker Macron to face off despite left surge

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the strong showing for Melanchon, despite disunity on the left, shows that it is possible to put forward an alternative to both the capitalist establi...

A second chance for SYRIZA and a challenge for the movement against austerity

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In the coming days the country’s left and working class will be grappling with the key questions related to the beginning of a new stage in the stru...

Announcing the PSL’s 2016 Presidential Campaign!

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The Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL) is running Gloria La Riva for President and Eugene Puryear for Vice President in 2016.

Turmoil in Greece as early elections called

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Last week, the Greek parliament failed to elect a candidate to fill the ceremonial role of president, triggering early elections that will take place ...