Right-wing groups ran a campaign of disinformation to undermine support for the “Yes” vote in Chile's constitutional referendum, reports Ana Zorita.
A rank-and-file ticket is contesting executive and council positions in the WA branch of the Australian Nursing Federation in late October. Chris Jenkins, who is part of it, reports.
São Paulo socialist councillor Luana Alves talks about the coming elections in Brazil.
Former Brazilian President Luíz Inácio “Lula” da Silva is now in the lead in the polls ahead of the first round of Brazil’s presidential election to be held on October 2, reports Vijay Prashad.
Socialist Alliance candidates running in the Victorian elections say that solutions exist for the cost-of-living pressures. Jacob Andrewartha reports.
Thousands of people took the streets across Brazil on August 11 in defence of democracy, amid fears that far-right President Jair Bolsonaro may attempt a coup if he fails to be reelected in October, reports Ana Zorita.
Gustavo Petro became the first left-wing president in the history of Colombia on August 7, reports People's Dispatch.
Jonathan Sriranganathan discusses what it mean for a political party to follow the principle of “grassroots participatory democracy”.
Brazilian socialist: Like Trump at the Capitol, Bolsonaro wants to create ‘institutional turbulence’
Socialism and Freedom Party general secretary Israel Dutra outlines the increasingly dangerous political situation leading up to the October 2 national elections and how the left is fighting back.
Grenada’s centre-left opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) party won the general elections held in the Caribbean country on June 23, reports People's Dispatch.
Backed by big business, mining companies and billionaires, Labor and the Coalition spent millions of dollars on political advertising to win votes, according to a new report by The Australia Institute. Isaac Nellist reports.
On the heels of its decision to overturn 50 years of abortion rights and blunt the Environmental Protection Agency, the United States Supreme Court has announced it will take up a case that could upend the country’s electoral laws, reports Malik Miah.
The landscape after the parliamentary election in Andalusia looks bleak. But, Dick Nichols argues, that hidden beneath the dark statistics, a seed of hope germinated.
The victory of the Historic Pact is expected to bring an end to decades of conservative and neoliberal politics which have dominated Colombia, reports People's Dispatch.
The left, under the banner of the newly formed Popular Union (NUPES), grew from 64 MPs to around 155 in the second round of the French parliamentary elections on June 19, reports John Mullen.
Protesters mark 15 years of the NT intervention, demand police in First Nations communities be disarmed
Protesters gathered around the country, in response to a call out from Yuendumu Elders, to demand police be prohibited from taking guns into remote First Nations communities and justice for Kumanjayi Walker. Isaac Nellist and Chloe DS report.