Tuesday, February 27, 2007

General strike to smash the Bush/Blair/Howard War machine!

March 17: Four years of War on Iraq

The anti-war movement is neither anti-war nor a movement. Its pacifism means that it will not fight the bosses war by the methods of class war. It is useless and pathetic.

It resorts to marching and voting to put moral pressure on governments to “bring the troops home”. The election of the US Democrats who now endorse Bush’s new ‘surge’ to pacify Iraq proves this strategy is bankrupt.

It is not a movement because it stops the real opposition to war taking the form of a massive international general strike to incapacitate the imperialist war machine.

Nor does it back the victory of the anti-imperialist resistance unconditionally. Instead of defending Iraq and Iran from invasion without conditions, the Western left says that the resistance must be democratic before it can be supported.

So it puts moral reservations on the resistance led by Mullahs or Islamic ‘fundmentalists’ (some of whom were previously on the US payroll) while facing an imperialist enemy that locks up suspects in their Guantanamos, tortures them in their Abu Graibs, massacres them indiscriminately in their Fellujas, and bombs civilians in Southern Lebanon, Gaza and Nasraf!

To stop the US/UK/Australian war on Iraq and the imminent threat to attack Iran, we need to turn this bosses war for oil and the other spoils of empire into a revolutionary war to overthrow imperialism and capitalism.

To do this it is necessary to destroy the war machine by unleashing an international general strike against the war, by inciting mass desertions, and by arming the anti-imperialist resistance to defeat the invading, occupying armies.

In Aotearoa/NZ, the Labour Government refrained from joining the ‘coalition of the willing’ as it did not have UN authorisation. But that did not stop Labour endorsing the US-led ‘war on Terror’ and passing vicious ‘anti-terrorist’ laws to restrict our political rights.

Where the UN has passed resolutions authorizing the invasion of Afghanistan, and more recently in Iraq, NZ sent troops, engineers and so-called ‘peacekeepers’.

Most recently NZ has sent troops to Southern Lebanon as part of the UN ‘peacekeeping’ operation. Here NZ is participating in the imperialist occupation of Lebanon defending Israel from the mass popular armed resistance of Hizbollah.

· For an international general strike to force US/UK/Australian etc troops out of Iraq!

· UN/NATO troops out of Afghanistan, Palestine and Lebanon!

· Victory to the resistance fighters of Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine and Lebanon!

· Defend Iran from imperialist attack!

Spanish translation .

Marzo 17: 4 años de guerra contra Irak.
¡Huelga general para aplastar la máquina de guerra de Bush, Blair y Howard (primer ministro australiano, NT)!

El “movimiento anti-guerra” no es anti-guerra ni es un movimiento. Su pacifismo significa que no va a combatir contra la guerra de los patrones con los métodos de guerra de la clase obrera. Es algo inútil y patético.

Echa mano a marchas y votos para ejercer presión moral sobre los gobiernos para que “traigan las tropas a casa”. La elección de los Demócratas en los EEUU, que ahora apoyan el nuevo envío de tropas (“surge”) de Bush para pacificar Irak prueba la absoluta bancarrota de esta estrategia.

No es un movimiento porque sirve para evitar que la auténtica oposición a la guerra tome la forma de una huelga general internacional de masas que descalabre la maquinaria de guerra imperialista.

Tampoco apoya incondicionalmente la victoria de la resistencia antiimperialista. En cambio de defender a Irak e Irán contra la invasión en forma incondicional, la izquierda occidental dice que la resistencia primero debe ser democrática para que pueda ser apoyada.

Así, ¡coloca prerrequisitos morales sobre la resistencia conducida por los Mulás o los “fundamentalistas” islámicos (algunos de los cuales estuvieron previamente en la planilla de sueldos de los EEUU) que están enfrentando un enemigo imperialista que encierra bajo candado a sospechosos en sus Guantánamos, los tortura en sus Abu Graibs, los masacra indiscriminadamente en sus Falujas, y bombardea civiles en el sur del Líbano, en Gaza y en Nasraf!

Para parar la guerra yanqui-británica-australiana sobre Irak y la inminente amenaza de ataque a Irán, necesitamos transformar esta guerra de los patrones por petróleo y otros botines del imperio en una guerra revolucionaria para derrocar al imperialismo y al capitalismo.

Para esto es necesario destrozar la maquinaria de guerra desatando una huelga general internacional contra la guerra, incitando a las deserciones en masa, y armando a la resistencia antiimperialista para que derroten a los ejércitos invasores y ocupantes.
En Aotearoa/NZ, el gobierno laborista se cuidó de unirse a la “coalición de los dispuestos” porque la misma no tenía la autorización de las Naciones Unidas. Pero eso no evitó que el laborismo apoyara la “guerra contra el terrorismo” dirigida por los EEUU y que pasara perversas leyes “antiterroristas” para restringir nuestros derechos políticos.

Donde la ONU ha aprobado resoluciones autorizando la invasión, como en Afganistán, y más recientemente, en Irak, Nueva Zelanda ha enviado tropas, ingenieros y las así llamadas “fuerzas de paz”.

Lo ultimo que ha hecho Nueva Zelanda, hace muy poco, es enviar tropas al sur del Líbano como parte de la operación de “mantenimiento de la paz” de la ONU. Allí, NZ está participando en la ocupación imperialista de El Líbano, defendiendo a Israel de la resistencia popular armada de masas de Hizbolá.

¡Por una huelga general internacional para forzar a las tropas de EEUU, Gran Bretaña, Australia, etc. fuera de Irak!
¡Fuera las tropas de la ONU y la OTAN de Afganistán, Palestina y El Líbano!
¡Por la victoria de los luchadores de la resistencia en Irak, Afganistán, Palestina y El Líbano!
¡Defendamos a Irán del ataque imperialista!

Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Nicaragua: The electoral victory of Ortega and the Sandinista Wall St yuppies, exposes the old Stalinist lies of the imposter Celia Hart

[unofficial translation of FLT statement]

On the 5th of November, Daniel Ortega, heading the coalition of the FSLN with the Somocistas (party of the former dictator Somoza) and representatives of bourgeoisie, won the presidential elections in Nicaragua.

After 16 years, the ex- sandinista guerrilla commanders come back into power in Nicaragua to impose the double chains of Yankee imperialism and CAFTA (Free Trade Agreement of Central America), which will turn Nicaragua into a giant assembly plant to enslave and exploit the working masses of that country, the second poorest in Latin America, after Haiti, and to transform it into a Yankee protectorate.

The electoral victory of Ortega is connected to the big pacifist wave that saw the Democrats win the mid-term election to prevent a real anti-war movement from developing. Thus the Nicaraguan workers and peasants have been fooled into thinking that the Sandinistas can appeal to the US Democrats to win concessions from US imperialism.

On the contrary, as Ortega has admitted, the Sandinistas are now a bourgeois party whose task is to administer the businesses of the bourgeoisie – as they are doing already in local body politics, strengthening CAFTA so that the Yankee imperialists can make big profits by exploiting the assembly workers like slaves and forcing many Nicaraguan workers to enter the United States illegally.

During the election campaign Ortega aligned himself with the “Bolivarian Revolution”, in order to deceive the masses, and to increase business opportunities with the countries of the Mercosur. His electoral victory was greeted by Fidel Castro and by Hugo Chávez, who had already promised to provide Nicaragua with cheap oil, and by all the stalinists, Castroists and other promoters of the fraudulent “Bolivarian Revolution” who belong to the World Social Forum.

Almost 20 years after selling out the revolution, the “Sandinista yuppies” students of Fidel Castro and the Cuban restauracionista bureaucracy won the elections

It is necessary to say clearly that the victorious Sandinistas, like the FMLN of El Salvador, are now recycled as yuppies of Wall Street. Along with Fidel Castro they betrayed the Nicaraguan and Salvadoran revolutions in the mid 1980’s by making the counter-revolutionary agreements of Esquipulas and Contadora.

So when the exploited masses rose up in a general strike on the 19 of July, 1979, and overthrew the dictatorship of Somoza, the Sandinistas came to power on the crest of that wave. They expropriated the properties of the Somocistas but refused to expropriate the imperialist monopolies and bourgeois property, introducing a “mixed economy” that resembles that of the Castroite bureaucracy plan for capitalist restoration in Cuba.

Then when the masses fought heroically defeated the Contras arned by US imperialism, at the costs of 100,000s of lives, the Sandinistas, like the leaders of the FMLN of the Salvador, negotiated a deal with the US brokered by Fidel Castro, that sold out the military victory of the masses by turing the FSLN into a legal political party and agreeing to “free elections”. As a result, the bourgeoisie staged a counter-revolution and its candidate, Chamorro Violet, won the 1990 election. In El Salvador, the FMLN also became a legal political party, and the majority of its guerrilla army was integrated into the counter-revolutiohnary regular army of the bourgeois state.

These are the “brilliant graduates” of the Castro school of counter-revolution who now come to take their prizes. Thus, Daniel Ortega, the flamboyant president of the new bourgeois government of Nicaragua, on the 1st of May last, appreared alongside Fidel Castro in Havana at the celebration of the workers international day. Then on the 2nd of December he returned to Cuba to participate in the festivities for the anniversary of the disembarkation of the Granma and the postponed birthday celebration s of Fidel.

We say clearly: Ortega and the Sandinistas are a bourgeois current, and, like most of the Stalinist and petty bourgeois populists who have come to power in recent decades in Latin America, have no problem in governing with one foot in Wall Street and Washington, and another foot in Havana. Indeed for Daniel Ortega, as for Chávez, their “model” is that of the Castro bureaucracy as it prepares to complete the restoration of capitalism in Cuba and turn itself into a new bourgeoisie.

So on the 2nd of December, Raul Castro called on the victorious Democrats to negotiate a deal between US imperialism and the Cuban regime. What possible problem could Ortega have with the Castroite bureaucracy that has already made joint-ventures with imperialist transnationals to mine nickel, in tourism, foreign trade, and Cuban oil; that uses “chavitos”, a currency that is pegged to the dollar for business deals and which can be sent offshore as super-profits, while the vast majority of workers are paid in devalued Pesos?

The tragic lesson of Nicaragua: only the victorious workers and peasants revolution can will free the nation from imperialism

Once again, the tragedy of the working class and the exploited peoples of Nicaragua, serve as a fundamental lesson to the Latin American and world proletariat.

Only the victory of the proletarian revolution, where the working class leading the poor peasants and all nationally oppressed peoples, behind a revolutionary party and program, overthrows the bourgeois state and expropriates the bourgeoisie, replacing it with a workers and peasants government based on the self-organized and armed masses, can free the nation from imperialism.

Only such a revolution that unites the Latin America, North America and the world, with the aim of creating a Socialist United States of Central and South America, can free the heroic Nicaraguan proletariat from misery, backwardnss and the near barbaric conditions resulting from imperialist super-exploitation and plunder.

On the contrary, the national bourgeois leaders, or the petty bourgeoise stalinists like the FSLN, betray the heroic revolutionary and anti-imperialist fights such as that of the Nicaraguan proletariat, strangling their revolutions, stabbing them in the back, so that the country remains dominated by imperialism and subject to the loss of the most basic workers rights.

The tragic lesson of Nicaragua, then, is today the burning issue for the workers, peasants and exploited of not only Latin America but the whole semi- colonial world, where the Stalinists, Castroites, fake Trotskyists joined with the reformists in the World Social Forum, call on them to support the “nationalist” bourgeois and the “patriotic” military leaders like Evo Morales, Chávez and now Correa in Ecuador.

Because there, in Nicaragua, we see today the terrible resu8lt of this political treachery of class collaboration. For years, these traitors called on workers to support, sometimes ‘critically’, the “revolutionary” Sandanista guerrilla commanders. The Morenist current even called the Sandinistas the “Jacobin Party” of the Nicaraguan revolution. And where are they? Ortega, the yuppie of Wall Street today administers the CAFTA and the slave labour maqulila assembly plants.

The second lesson of the Nicaraguan tragedy: it unmasks the impostor Celia Hart Santamaria and the “left wing” of the restorationist Castroite bureaucracy

The Nicaraguan elections demonstrate clearly that the masses will pay the price of defeat and continued submission to imperialism by following the cynical ideas of Celia Hart Santamaría in defence of the Castro bureaucracy.

She has hailed Trotsky as a “revolutionary”, following the lead of the fake Trotskyists who have falsified the legacy of the 4th International to paint Castro as the greatest living revolutionary, thus concealing the Cuban regime’s drive ot restore capitalism, and legitimizing the fraud of the “Bolivarian Revolution” which is organizing and centralizing the counter-revolution in Latin America.

But so open and shamelessly blatant is the betrayal of the recycled stalinism and Castroism serving the bourgeoisie, as is clear in the case of the Sandinistas, it is becoming more and more difficult for Celia Hart to justify in name of the “Trotskyism”, the most terrible class treachery against the working class.

So in the case of Nicaragua, Celia Hart admits in her article “The Pink elections of Nicaragua” that she has to spend much time thinking how to justify the fact that the “adored” Fidel gave his support to Daniel Ortega and the FSLN when this “celebrates the victory of the front between the FSLN and the neoliberal right of Montealegre” - that “has more than most parties of the region has turned so much to the right”.

How does this imposter explain Castro’s support for Daniel Ortega? … It is clear that it cannot resort to any argument from the arsenal of Trotskyism, not even by falsifying it. She has no choice but to resort to the classic justifications of Stalinism. She says [loosely translated]:

“… I think that President Fidel Castro is pleased to see a neoliberal government defeated in the region, …and that unlike Daniel Ortega, [Fidel} has never changed his fatigues and cares about each boy or woman who dies in the world. He offers the limited resources of Cuba to the poor people, and because he is honest and truthful about this I owe him my loyalty.”.

This is the same ridiculous argument that was made more than 30 years ago in the 1970s. The Stalinistas followed the orders of the Moscow bureaucracy to support this or that bourgeois government against imperialism. For example the PC in Argentina justified its support of the Videla’s dictatorship on the grounds that he was a “democratic general” who as head of state would trade with the USSR etc.

But there is no way that Celia Hart Santamaría can pass off this argument as Trotskyist!

On the contrary Trotskyism represents today the living example of Bolshevism and the experience of revolutionary Soviet Russia which signed the peace treaty at Brest-Litovsk. To end the imperialist war that was bleeding the soviets to death the Bolsheviks were foreced to deal with German imperialism in very disadvantageous conditions. But they never saluted the Kaiser as a “democratic monarch”! On the contrary they explained to the world that they signed the peace treaty with a pistol at their heads, and called on the German proletariat to reject the treaty and to rise up and overthrow the German imperialists.

Today, after the Stalinists have sold out the workers states to capitalist restoration; after decades of Castroite betrayals of the Latin American revolution, and giving support to the pro-imperialist bourgeois governments such as that of Kirchner or Tabaré Vázquez; when the Stalinists are unmasked as the “red alpacas” by the insurgent youth in Chile; when Ortega and the Sandinistas openly sell out the Nicaraguan revolution by joining a bourgeois government; the old arguments and justifications of Stalinism pulled out of the waste basket by Celia Hart no longer they deceive the advanced workers or youth. Only the fake Trotskyists, kneeling before the Castroite bureaucracy are able “to swallow (and taste) the toad” i.e. believe the lies of their leader, the Castroite imposter Celia Hart Santamaría.

Saturday, February 03, 2007


A year after their imprisonment by Kirchner’s government they are still in jail!

We want back Julio Lopez alive!

Acquittal for the more than 4,500 worker and popular fighters prosecuted by the bosses’ “justice”.

Prosecution and punishment for all the genocidal murderers of yesterday and today’s repressors!

In February, 2006 at Las Heras, Santa Cruz Province, Argentina, a ferocious attack on the workers and exploited in this Patagonian city by Kirchner’s pro-imperialist government, a servant to oil monopolies.

There was a strike by the oil workers confronting Repsol and the rest of big oil. They were fighting for their just demands: wage increases, not to the capital gains tax applied… on wages!, and for equal contract conditions and benefits for every worker in the oil companies; they were also demanding freedom for one of their leaders that had been put in jail by the repressive forces sent by the bosses. Kirchner’s government, with the open complicity of the oil union bureaucracy answered the strike with a tough repression. Las Heras was occupied by the gendarmes, the police and undercover agents from the political security police (SIDE) who raided every home, terrorizing the workers and their wives, children and friends.

The workers and many of their relatives, including young boys in some cases, were arrested by the repressive forces, which beat and tortured them. Those who were not found were searched for and persecuted. Today comrades Rosales, Bilbao , Pérez, Cortés, Catrihuala, Padilla and González are still in prison. Las Heras is still a occupied town, as gendarmeria troops reign in it. The gendarmes control the oil fields and distilleries, checking the entrances and watching the workers in their jobs. Meanwhile the government and Judge Ruata, who has given proof of outstanding cruelty in her decisions, are preparing their judgment with the open determination of condemning them.

The imperialist oil companies, all the Argentine bosses and Kirchner government that together inflicted this hard repression and defeat on the workers and the people in Las Heras, are the same ones that soon afterwards attacked the whole of the Argentine workers, imposing the collective bargains of 2006 with a miserable “roof” of 19% on the wage increases (the peso devaluation in early 2002 had eaten more than 70% of the already meagre real wages of the Argentine workers though Argentine economy was growing more than 7% yearly since), with the help of the treacherous union misleaderships.

In the eve of the first anniversary of these developments, the undersigned declare that we are decided to fight untill all the Las Heras comrades are free, and call all the worker, student, peasant and popular fighter organizations in Argentina, the whole Americas and the world to join us and fight together for their freedom, and also for the acquittal of the thousands of worker fighters that in Argentina are being prosecuted by the bosses’ “justice”.

We call these organizations to pronounce and to sign declarations and calls, to take actions in front of the Argentine embassies and consulates, to send telegrams and faxes repudiating the persecution on the workers and demanding freedom for Las Heras’ fighters still in jail. For this end, we encourage them to build up strikes, rallies, etc., and to converge on February 7, 2007 in a great International Day of Working Class Struggle for these demands.

In Argentina, we call to all the worker, student, popular and fighting organizations to put in place a National Struggle Committee for these demands, to put in place on next February 7 demonstrations, rallies, strikes, etc., all over the country, and converge in a huge demonstration in Buenos Aires City, marching to the Casa de la Provincia de Santa Cruz (House of the Province of Santa Cruz in Buenos Aires City), to demand:

* Immediate and unconditioned freedom for the 7 workers of Las Heras still imprisoned and for all the political prisoners!

* Out of Las Heras, the gendarmerie and all the repressive services!

* We want back Julio López, alive!

* Acquittal for the more than 4,500 worker and popular fighters that are being prosecuted and persecuted in Argentina !

* Judgment and punishment for all the genocidal murderers of yesterday and today’s repressors!

For an International Day of Struggle on February 7, 2007!
In Buenos Aires City: Everybody marching to the Casa de la Provincia de Santa Cruz!



Organizaciones y personalidades obreras, estudiantiles, de DD.HH:

Las Heras: Catrihuala, Alexis Pérez y Bilbao (detenidos); Filomena Romero, compañera de Rosales (detenido); Valeria Santana, compañera de Pérez (detenido); Silviana Choiman, compañera de Cortez (detenido); Mabel Cides, Viviana y Helena Mansilla, por la Agrupación de Mujeres en Lucha de Las Heras – María Roldán, esposa de Cantero (preso de Haedo) – Mirta, por los Familiares de los presos de Haedo - Lucía Consiglio, por la Coordinadora por la Libertad de los Presos Políticos - María Fernanda Pereyra, abogada, por FIDELA (Fundación Investigación Defensa Legal Argentina) – Brukman: Celia Martínez, Alfredo Uriarte, Gladis Figueroa, Zenón Jiménez, Elisa Díaz, Delicia Millahual, Juan Carlos Righini, Mario, Wilfredo y siguen firmas - UTD General Mosconi, Salta: José Fernández y Chiqui Peralta, Raúl Córdoba, César Antonio Vallejo, C. Álvarez, Sebastián Cisneros, Javier Ríos, Ordóñez, Chela, Mario Gutiérrez, Carlos Salta, Ariel Chávez, Pablo Díaz, Antonio Aráoz, Juan Jacinto Suárez, Carlos Maciel, Andrés Arguello, Santos Ordóñez, Orlando Figueroa, Mario Mamani, Mario Guerra, Luis Mérida., Santos Díaz, Daniel Medino, Luis Lamas, Carlos Díaz, Juan Martiarena, Guemar Viales, Mario Torres, Santos Aparicio, Antonio Guzmán y siguen firmas de trabajadores - Raúl Zigarán, por la UTD Pocitos, Salta – ATD –MIJD Tartagal: Carlos Fernández - Mario Reartes, por la Coordinadora de ex trabajadores de YPF del Departamento de General San Martín, Salta - Dr. José Ovejero, DNI docente en la Universidad Nacional de Salta, Sede Tartagal - Hospital Francés: David Garutti. Delegado Gral. Marga Genaver, delegada, Víctor Garay, delegado (a título personal hasta consultar con la Comisión Interna), Monica Melian, Delegada, Daniel Rodríguez, Ruben Tellerín y siguen firmas de 26 trabajadores - Multisectorial de La Plata – Astilleros Río Santiago: Jorge Smith, delegado, y siguen 80 firmas de trabajadores - Hospital Garrahan: Eduardo García, Junta Interna ATE; Silvana Pereyra, delegada de ATE, y siguen firmas de trabajadores – Hospital Ramos Mejía: Claudio, por la Multisectorial - Hospital Borda: N. F. Novo, Delegada ATE; Osvaldo Alonso, SUTECBA; Manuel Colosino, SUTECBA, y siguen firmas de 31 trabajadores- Pan del Borda/Estudiantes de Psicología de la UBA: Marcelo Orlando, Néstor Valverde y siguen firmas– SITRAM San Lorenzo: Edgardo Quiroga, Secretario General - Claudio del Valle, Prosecretario Gremial ATE La Matanza – Liliana Vera, docente SUTEBA La Matanza - Marcelo, por la dirección de la CCC La Matanza - Hospital Paroissien: Reynaldo Saccone, Presidente Asociación Profesional CICOP; y siguen firmas de trabajadores – Hospital Posadas: Gabriel Fernández, ATE, y siguen firmas de trabajadores - TBV (ex Jabón Federal): Agrupación Celeste y Blanca, y siguen firmas de trabajadores – Carlos Platkowski, delegado de LAN – Chiche Hernández, delegado de Siderar (ex Somisa) San Nicolás – Gastón Platkowski, delegado Casino Buenos Aires – Bustos, delegado de FOETRA Buenos Aires - Ramírez, delegado de FOETRA Buenos Aires – FUBA: María Demasseno, presidente - Centro de Estudiantes de Psicología, UBA: David Díaz Fridman, secretario general – Metrovías (Subterráneo): 19 trabajadores Línea “E” – 13 trabajadores Línea “A” y siguen firmas de trabajadores – ATENTO: Sebastián Gallardo, delegado FOETRA, y siguen firmas de trabajadores – Paula Medrano, hija de desaparecidos – Pablo Cabrera, despedido de Metalúrgica Sabó – Rafael Artiguez, Comisión Interna de ENFER (UOM) – Ezeiza: Patricia Donadio- Delegada Suteba Ezeiza, Lista Verde- Silvia Danei- Delegada Suteba Ezeiza- Eloisa Huaranca- Auxiliar Jardin 913, Ezeiza- Nestor Robles- Auxiliar Jardin 913,Ezeiza- Veronica Avila- Auxiliar Jardin 913,Ezeiza- Sady Rolon- Docente de Inicial, Jardin 913- Estela Elsa Roa- Docente de Inicial, Jardin 913- Gustavo Suarez- Estudiante del ISFD 41- Nanci Rojas- Docente de Inicial Jardín 913, Ezeiza; Soledad Luque y César Aguayo, integrantes de la asamblea del FTC-Ezeiza en el FPDS, Margdalena Pérez, integrante del Movimiento de Desocupados de Villa Golf, y siguen firmas de trabajadores – FUBADEyO: Néstor Gómez y siguen firmas de delegados y trabajadores desocupados – Asociación Cóndor (MTD) – Alejandrina, por el CEPRODH – Esquel: Gladis Mabel Ramírez, Secretaria Seccional Esquel, Comisión Directiva Provincial SITRAED; Jorge Antonio Paz, Secretario General Seccional Noroeste del Chubut ATE; Millán, por la Organización Mapuche 11 de Octubre; Edgardo Manosalva, Andrés Campos, Nora Rodríguez, Neuhén Corbelet, por Vecinos Autoconvocados por el NO A LA MINA, y siguen firmas – MUP 20 de Diciembre: Graciela Coronel, Estefanía Gutiérrez, Claudia Cuevas, Marta Inés Moya, y siguen firmas – Neuquén: Ivana Del Bianco por el CEPRODH, Carrasco Cecilia por En Clave Roja, Mario Zurbriggen por la comisión interna de Cerámica Neuquén -

Partidos: Liga Obrera Internacionalista (CI)-Democracia Obrera


Central Obrera Departamental (COD) Oruro – Federación Sindical de Trabajadores Mineros de Bolivia (FSTMB) – Octubre Rojo Internacionalista (ORI), integrante de la FLT


Luis Rosende, Presidente del Sindicato Unificado de Trabajadores Portuarios Eventuales de Arica – “Encuentro por la libertad de los Presos Políticos: Rodolfo Maturana, Sandra Ortega, Carlos Carter, Nataly Retamales, Caterina Pinto, Maryorie Carreño, Pablo Ruiz - Partido Obrero Internacionalista (CI), integrante de la FLT - Mario Medina Gonzalez, Sindicato de Trabajadores N° 1 Clínica Hospital del Profesor - Exilda Tapia Serrano, Susana Celedón Ortiz, Virginia Castillo E., Integrantes de la Agrupación de Profesores “Rebelión Docente” - Luis Machuca Barría, Minero contratista del cobre, de El Teniente, Rancagua - Sandro Vera G. Delegado Sindicato Interempresa de Trabajadores Contratistas Unión Minera Nacional (U.M.N.), El Teniente, Rancagua - Carlos Díaz Perez, Secretario Junta de Vecinos 25 de Febrero, Lautaro, Población 25 de Febrero, Rancagua - Frente de Estudiantes Libertarios, FeL-Chile - Carlos Infante, secretario de comunicaciones del Centro de Estudiantes de la carrera Ingeniería Ejecución Eléctrica de la Universidad de Tarapacá (UTA), Arica - Chile.


Communist Workers Group of New Zealand, member of the Leninist-Trotskyist Fraction.


Communist Left of Australia