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Global Left Midweek - August 7, 2019

Homage to OSPAAAL, Sudan CP Says Military Must Go, Aijaz Ahmad on India, Fighting for Repro Rights in El Salvador, More on Hong Kong Fight, Palestinian Prisoners on Hunger Strike, Ben Turok Speaks, Canada's Coalition of Courage

Global Left Midweek - March 6, 2019

Montréal Urban Left, Eastern Europeans on Venezuela Crisis, France: Police vs. Yellow Vests, Algeria's Mass Protest Movement, El Salvador’s Backslide, Swaziland Youth Congress, Class Struggle in Iran

Global Left Midweek - October 10, 2018

Brazil Election: Landless Workers, Chomsky Meets Lula, French Left Leader, El Salvador Left vs Right, Transforming the UK, South Asia Women's Movements, Weekly Protest in Austria

After the March Election: El Salvador’s Left Faces Starkest Crisis in Decades

Hilary Goodfriend Jacobin
President of El Salvador, Salvador Sánchez Cerén (left), and then-mayor of San Salvador, Nayib Bukele In the wake of the March 4th electoral rout El Salvador’s left is facing its starkest crisis in decades. The resounding rebuke of the FMLN and its government has resulted in significant gains for the quasi-fascist Nationalist Republican Alliance (ARENA) and exacerbated serious internal divisions.
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