Down below we bring you a sum up in pictures of the mobilizations at Brazil against Temer’s reforms. All the Photos belong to Brasil de Fato and TeleSur, except when specified.
Source: TeleSur English / The Dawn News / April 27, 2017 Amid record levels of unemployment, and a terribly unpopular government, the strike is expected to be one of the biggest in Brazil’s history. As daylight broke in Brazil on Friday, scores of labor unions and grassroots organizations began what is […]
Source: Movimiento Amplio / The Dawn News / April 19 Several human rights organizations of Honduras protested this morning since 9:30 am outside the Criminal Magistrates’ Courts at the time of the preliminary hearing of five of the eight suspects for the murder of Berta Cáceres, which occurred in March […]
Source: Resumen Latinoamericano/AVN-Alba Ciudad-MINCI / The Dawn News / April 21, 2017 Last Thursday, Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro repeated his offer to the leaders of the opposition to open dialogue again in order to secure and protect peace and help to the development of the nation. Maduro pointed out that he had received […]
This is the first of a two-part interview with Resumen Latinoamericano’s Director, Carlos Aznárez. Read the second part next week at The Dawn News. Source: Borrokagaraia.wordpress / The Dawn News / April 26, 2017 RL (Resumen Latinoamericano) is a veteran publication that approaches the realities of the different peoples of […]
By: Kieran Duffy / Source: Jacobin Magazine / The Dawn News / April 25, 2017 The staunch opposition to Colombia’s peace process has confused many observers abroad. Many don’t understand why so many people are so reluctant to any form of settlement with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) […]
Source: ALBA Movimientos / The Dawn News / April 26, 2017 President Nicolás Maduro confirmed that his country will leave the OAS to end the interventionist abuses it was being subjected to and the institution’s disregard for legal procedures. ‘I have taken a giant step to break with imperialist interventionism,’ […]