During the treatment of the Bases Law in Congress, both in the commissions and in the Chamber of Deputies, the interventions of the left-wing legislators stood out above the rest. The complaints made by the deputies of the Left Front, Myriam Bregman, Christian Castillo, Nicolás del Caño, Alejandro Vilca and Romina del Plá, had an enormous impact. They were also highly praised for having been the only ones to point out that this package of laws that make up the Base Law are a proper attack on the achievements of workers, retirees, and students. They also denounced that the bill, which has half a sanction, includes the delivery of national assets, with the privatization of companies such as Aerolíneas Argentinas, leaving thousands of layoffs.

They also demonstrated that the package of laws, while reimposing the salary tax, lowers taxes on large businessmen (RIGI and allows scandalous money laundering). The bloody business of drug trafficking will find its own tax haven in the country.

In those two days that the debate lasted in the Chamber of Deputies, the left denounced the passivity of the Peronist leaderships of the CGT, CTA and social movements. He maintained that it was not enough to make big speeches on campus and then not call for mobilization.

The strike called by the CGT this May 9 demonstrated the anger of the workers and small merchants, many of them also joined the measure of force. The working class paralyzed the country. However, the CGT leadership wants to use it as a measure to pressure and negotiate, since it did not announce how the fight continues. That is why the left and combative unionism demand that they call for a new national strike and mobilization when it is discussed in the Senate.

When the law is discussed in the Senate, we have to mobilize thousands throughout the country. There is strength to defeat the attack of the Milei government. This was demonstrated by the mobilizations that began on December 20 and continued until reaching the immense university mobilization and the general strike on May 9.

That is why We call these open meetings to debate and exchange with thousands of colleagues who have been participating in the general strike, the fight against the basic law, the university march, the neighborhood assemblies. The PTS actively participates in these mobilizations, as well as the struggles that the workers of Unidxs por la Cultura are giving; the workers fired from State, GPS, Conicet; the health workers of Río Negro; or in the defense of the Télam news agency, in which hundreds of workers lost their jobs.

In these assemblies, along with the immediate perspectives of struggle, we also want to discuss a fundamental problem: in the face of the Government’s plan and international financial capital, opposition Peronism proposes a capitalism regulated by the State, a project that has already failed, as was seen. in the Government of the Frente de Todos. For this reason, we want to discuss with thousands of colleagues the need to establish a socialist and revolutionary political alternative for workers, which proposes a strategy and a program so that the capitalists pay for the crisis.

Join the PTS Open Assemblies to see how we continue.

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This Friday a meeting was held with Myriam Bregman and Chipi Castillo at the Faculty of Psychology. With more than a thousand participants.

Greater Buenos Aires


Saturday the 11th at 6 p.m. Open Assembly with deputy Nicolás Del Caño and Titin Moreira, leader of the PTS and seventies militant

Contact 1159112067


Saturday, May 11 at 11 a.m.

With Carla Lacorte and Laura Lif

En San Martin 382

Florencio Varela

Sunday, May 12 at 12 noon

July 9, Between San Martín and Spain (Rotary Club)


Saturday, May 11, 4 p.m.

San Luis 820, Casa Marx

Next week


Friday the 17th at 6 p.m. in Philosophy and Letters

Chat with Myriam Bregman and Chipi Castillo

Western area of ​​Greater Buenos Aires


Saturday 18th at 5pm

Juncal 760


Saturday 18th at 5:30 p.m.

Farias Alem 2277

Shingles on

Monte Grande

Sunday the 19th at 2 p.m. Open Assembly with Christian “Chipi” Castillo

We prepare for the fight against the Bases Law.

At the Workers’ Club, San Martín 141

North Zone

General Pacheco

Saturday 18th at 5:30 p.m.

The Pampa 56

Jose C Paz

Saturday the 18th at 5 p.m. with Titin Moreira

Socialist cultural house Revolución, Zuviria 4759

San Martin

Saturday the 18th at 1 p.m. with Titin Moreira


Saturday the 18th at 5 p.m. with Alejandro Vilca and Alejandra Arreguez.

In “Tucumán Burns” (San Juan 1015)


Saturday 18th at 4pm

San Martín 1165, Casa Marx

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