“Unity & Struggle” No. 22 Released


Issue #22 of “Unity and Struggle” has been released. Unity & Struggle (Unidad y Lucha in Spanish) is the theoretical organ of the ICMLPO, or the International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties & Organizations.

The 22nd edition numbers 166 pages in the Spanish version and has been published in Spanish, English, French, Turkish, Portuguese and Arabic.

Download this issue (in Spanish)

TABLE OF CONTENTS OF ISSUE 22:

Brazil
Long live 140 years since the Paris Commune!
Revolutionary Communist Party of Brazil (PCR)

Burkina Faso
Questions regarding the situation in South Africa and Côte d’Ivoire
Revolutionary Communist Party of Upper Volta (PCRV)

Chile
The potential for confusion is constantly narrowing
Communist Party of Chile (Proletarian Action) PC (AP)

Denmark
Greetings from Copenhagen, Denmark at the World Conference on Women’s Day in Caracas, Venezuela
Communist Workers’ Party of Denmark (APK)

Ecuador
The responsibility for organizing and carrying out the revolution is the work and the main objective of PCMLE
Marxist Leninist Communist Party of Ecuador (PCMLE)

Spain
The popular front: A tool for the current situation
Spanish Communist Party (Marxist-Leninist) PCE (ml)

France
The peoples of the Maghreb and the Middle East
Communist Workers’ Party of France (PCOF)

Greece
Unilaterally stop payment of the entire debt outside Greece by Euro-EMU-EU
Movement for the Reorganization of the Communist Party 1918-55

Italy
Today, like yesterday, break with reformism and opportunism to set up a real Communist Party
Communist Platform

Mexico
The Soviets (workers councils), their role and their contribution to the proletarian revolution
Mexican Communist Party (Marxist Leninist)

Norway
The popular uprising for a living, democracy and national self-determination in Arabia is problematic to the imperialists and their stooges
Marxist-Leninist Organization “Revolution”

Dominican Republic
The Left is a minority
Communist Party of Labour of the Dominican Republic (PCT)

Tunisia
Interview with Hamma Hammami, spokesperson and member of the Workers Communist Party of Tunisia
Communist Party of Tunisian Workers (PCOT)

Turkey
Turkish Foreign Policy: Illusions and Reality
Revolutionary Communist Party of Turkey (PCRT)

Venezuela
Amid the crisis, spread our theory, a project of great importance
Marxist Leninist Communist Party of Venezuela (PCMLV)

3 responses to ““Unity & Struggle” No. 22 Released

  1. Dear comrade,

    I think you support Ghaddafi and i see that you are a strong supporter of the ICMLPO, but in this issue of U&S, it is said that who support Ghaddafi is not Marxist-Leninist but revisinonist:

    “… Otro caso notable es el del “socialista” libio Gaddaffi, que sigue mereciendo encendidas defensas por parte de distintos sectores revisionistas, reforzados en su confusión ideológica por las ansias intervencionistas del imperialismo europeo y norteamericano, aun cuando el líder libio ha sido un fiel aliado suyo desde hace ya algunos años.

    Lo pudimos observar en Ecuador en torno al pasado
    30 de septiembre (ahora, el silencio ante las medidas neoliberales de Correa vuelve a ser tan atronador como antes de esa fecha); y volvemos a verlo ahora, cuando el ruidoso apoyo a Gaddafi contrasta con el menosprecio hacia los avances de los pueblos tunecino y egipcio, que siguen peleando para que no les arrebaten su revolución…”

    (pp. 61-62)

    • Thank you for your comment, comrade. I appreciate your contribution. However, I must disagree as to the content of this journal.

      What it says is:

      1) Gaddafi is not a socialist, but a nationalist.
      2) Gaddafi does have a league of revisionists defending him uncritically despite his anti-communism and move to the right.
      3) It mentions revisionists “who are craving Western and European intervention”
      4) It mentions the neo-liberal measures of Correa, which have gotten severe criticisms in the Ecuadorian left and the Indigenous movement.
      5) Finally, it says that frequently those that support Gaddafi uncritically have contempt for the Egyptian and Tunisian Revolutions.

      Overall, there’s little here I disagree with. It doesn’t say that all those who support Gaddafi are revisionists.

      ES

  2. Undestood, maybe I have misinterpreted the content of the article, thanks for your explanation.

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