The mass movement against the coup in Peru has reached that point that the ruling class fears across the globe: repression no longer works to cow the masses.
One month after the coup against president Castillo on December 7, the new illegitimate government of Dina Boluarte has used brutal police and army repression to put down protests, leaving 45 dead.
Mobilizations opposing the coup against President Pedro Castillo in Peru have put the government of the usurper Dina Boluarte on the ropes.
The political crisis has accelerated in Peru. President Castillo decreed the closing down of Congress, but was swiftly arrested by police. Congress then proclaimed his vice president as the new president.
The Peruvian oligarchy has removed Castillo, despite his promises to maintain the bourgeois constitutional regime. Peruvians must demonstrate that true power comes from the fist of the working class and poor peasants.
Under pressure from the Peruvian bourgeois and the representatives of the multinationals, Pedro Castillo’s government is moving to the right.
In this transcript of a lead off from the recent Latin American IMT school, Jorge Martin analyzes the explosive situation in Latin America, where the masses are erupting in response to the pandemic and the […]
The victory of Pedro Castillo in the Peruvian presidential election reflects the enormous social and political polarization in the country.
The success of the militant trade union leader Pedro Castillo in the first round of the elections in Peru reflects the collapse of the middle ground and the crisis of the regime.
Events are moving very fast in Peru. On November 9, the president Martin Vizcarra was removed from office. Now, the new Merino government has fallen under the pressure of the mass movement unleashed in recent […]