On Dec. 20, Spaniards went to the polls for elections to the Cortes, the bicameral parliament.
Our delegation from the North American-based Alberto Lovera Bolivarian Circle met with leaders of the Venezuelan Communist Party for an assessment of the results.
We need to be examining the positions and records of the candidates on both domestic and foreign policy.
On Dec. 16 the people of Haiti will mark the 25th anniversary of their first democratically elected president, Jean-Bertrand Aristide.
The "Bolivarian" left has suffered two traumatic electoral defeats in recent weeks.
The runoff elections for regional governments in France on Sunday, December 13, produced a defeat for the ultra right.
If indeed the Chavistas win on Sunday, which many people we have met so far are sure will be the case, count on the opposition to immediately start yelling "Fraud!" to whoever will listen.
Alongside the UN conference is a people's climate conference of NGOs, environmental and climate activists, trade unionists, scientists, local elected officials on strategies for climate action.
The unity in Portugal has been made possible by a very evident left turn on the part of the Socialist Party.
If there is a lesson to be drawn from the Nov. 1 Turkish elections, it is that fear works.