The Latin American Left Regroups in Nicaragua

Tortilla con Sal Time is on the side of progressive and radical movements in Latin America and the Caribbean. The region’s right wing governments have no viable policy agenda to meet their peoples’ needs. Last week in Nicaragua’s capital Managua, representatives of progressive and radical political movements from across Latin America and the Caribbean met…

Sao Paulo Forum to Approve Our Americas Consensus in Nicaragua

FULL TEXT OF THE DOCUMENT Managua, Jul 18 (Prensa Latina) The Sao Paulo Forum will officially approve the Our Americas Consensus here on Tuesday, a programmatic document to promote unity among progressive and left-wing forces in Latin America and the Caribbean. After a rich three-day exchange of opinions and ideas in Managua, more than 300…

The Sao Paulo Forum, Latin America’s Political Protagonist

Over 300 delegates and guests from 32 countries worldwide are meeting in Managua, Nicaragua, to discuss challenges facing the left and the continuation of transformations begun in the region. Sergio Alejandro Gómez | informacion@granma.cu Managua, Nicaragua.– Over a quarter of a century after its creation, the Sao Paulo Forum continues to be an essential political…

Foro de São Paulo: Consensus of Our America

XXIII MEETING OF THE SAO PAULO FORUM 2017 BETWEEN NEOLIBERAL GLOBALIZATION AND IMPERIAL PROTECTION Preamble 27 years after its founding, the Sao Paulo Forum observes an atomized world reality, a product of end-of-period changes that are disrupting and weakening the national and international political, economic and social institutions inherited from the liberalism of the 19th…

Venezuela: Constituent Assembly – Yes! So Called Plebiscite – No!

The Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) once again calls for the peaceful resolution of the conflict in Venezuela. There is presently underway in Venezuela a strategy by the forces of reaction assembled in the Democratic Unity Roundtable (MUD) to frustrate each and every peaceful and democratic initiative to resolve the ongoing conflict in that country….