National Sections of the L5I:

Mexico

México: ¿hacia una situación revolucionaria?

El 26 de septiembre, una protesta de estudiantes en Iguala, una ciudad de más de 100.000 habitante, en el estado de Guerrero en el suroeste de México, fue salvajemente reprimida por la policía abriend Read more...

Mexico: Towards a revolutionary situation?

On 26 September, a protest by students in Iguala, a city of over 100,000 people, in the state of Guerrero in southwest México, was heavily repressed with police opening fire on the demonstrators. Read more...

The violent heart of Mexico today

The war against drugs in Mexico is causing serious harm to people across the country, whilst anti trade union violence is also on the increase, writes Rix Bragg Read more...

Protest against the assassination of Honduran Teachers Union leader

• Condemn the President of Honduras Porfiro Lobo as a murderer!

• An urgent international solidarity campaign against assasinations in Honduras is needed! Read more...

Eye-witness to the Oaxaca commune

Workers Power Can you tell us how the APPO was set up and how it worked?

Andreas Aullet The APPO was made up of more than 250 organisations and they were split up into two main groups. Read more...

Mexico: defend the people of Oaxaca

The Oaxaca commune has been defeated and a wave of repression has been unleashed.

Keith Spencer argues that while the popular movement has been thrown back, the masses in Mexico must come out on the streets to defend Oaxaca and drive Calderon from office Read more...

Worldwide solidarity to halt the Mexican state repression against the People’s Assembly of Oaxaca!

Anticapitalist and working class forces around the world must also protest this repression and demand the immediate withdrawal of the army and the police, the release of the political prisoners and the handing over of the murderers to popular justice. Read more...

Mexico: revolution on a knife-edge

[Editors note]A possible deal may have been brokered between the masses of Oaxaca and the federal government. Even if such an agreement is made it will not remove the hated governor of Oaxaca or solve the underlying problems of Mexican society. Mexico is still in the grip of a revolutionary situation. Read more...