Studies VIII: The 14 January Front

This page includes a series of posts which will consist of translations and excerpts from the communiques, statements, pamphlets and other literature from left-wing political parties in the Arab world, especially Tunisia (others as well, Egypt, Algeria and Mauritania in particular). The selections will focus on foreign policy, women’s issues, relations with other political factionsContinue reading “Studies VIII: The 14 January Front”

Studies VII: The PCOT & Religion and the State (II)

This post is a part of a new series of posts which will consist of translations and excerpts from the communiques, statements, pamphlets and other literature from left-wing political parties in the Arab world, especially Tunisia (others as well, Egypt, Algeria and Mauritania in particular). The selections will focus on foreign policy, women’s issues, relationsContinue reading “Studies VII: The PCOT & Religion and the State (II)”

Studies VI: What’s in a Name?

This post is a part of a new series of posts which will consist of translations and excerpts from the communiques, statements, pamphlets and other literature from left-wing political parties in the Arab world, especially Tunisia (others as well, Egypt, Algeria and Mauritania in particular). The selections will focus on foreign policy, women’s issues, relationsContinue reading “Studies VI: What’s in a Name?”

Studies V: PCOT on Foreign Affairs (II)

This post is a part of a new series of posts which will consist of translations and excerpts from the communiques, statements, pamphlets and other literature from left-wing political parties in the Arab world, especially Tunisia (others as well, Egypt, Algeria and Mauritania in particular). The selections will focus on foreign policy, women’s issues, relationsContinue reading “Studies V: PCOT on Foreign Affairs (II)”

Studies IV: PCOT Party Congress

This post is a part of a new series of posts which will consist of translations and excerpts from the communiques, statements, pamphlets and other literature from left-wing political parties in the Arab world, especially Tunisia (others as well, Egypt, Algeria and Mauritania in particular). The selections will focus on foreign policy, women’s issues, relationsContinue reading “Studies IV: PCOT Party Congress”

Studies III: PCOT and Women’s Issues (I)

This post is a part of a new series of posts which will consist of translations and excerpts from the communiques, statements, pamphlets and other literature from left-wing political parties in the Arab world, especially Tunisia (others as well, Egypt, Algeria and Mauritania in particular). The selections will focus on foreign policy, women’s issues, relationsContinue reading “Studies III: PCOT and Women’s Issues (I)”

Studies II: Religion, Politics & Leftists, Tunisia (I)

This post is a part of a new series of posts which will consist of translations and excerpts from the communiques, statements, pamphlets and other literature from left-wing political parties in the Arab world, especially Tunisia (others as well, Egypt, Algeria and Mauritania in particular). The selections will focus on foreign policy, women’s issues, relationsContinue reading “Studies II: Religion, Politics & Leftists, Tunisia (I)”

Studies I: PCOT on Foreign Affairs (I)

This post is a part of a new series of posts which will consist of translations and excerpts from the communiques, statements, pamphlets and other literature from left-wing political parties in the Arab world, especially Tunisia (others as well, Egypt, Algeria and Mauritania in particular). The selections will focus on foreign policy, women’s issues, relationsContinue reading “Studies I: PCOT on Foreign Affairs (I)”

Tunisia: The Founding Statement of the 14th of January Front

Affirming our engagement in the revolution of our people which fought for its right to freedom and national dignity and made great sacrifices, including dozens of martyrs and thousands of wounded and prisoners, and in order to complete the victory against interior and external enemies and to oppose any attempts to crush the fruits ofContinue reading “Tunisia: The Founding Statement of the 14th of January Front”

PCOT: Revolution until we achieve full and effective equality between the sexes

Tunisian women salutes this year’s International Women’s Day in a historic new. The Tunisian people revolted and managed on 14 January last drop of the dictator and the seizure of freedom. Today he continues his revolution to finally get rid of the dictatorship and the establishment of a democratic system, and achieve a national andContinue reading “PCOT: Revolution until we achieve full and effective equality between the sexes”

PCOT Statement on the elections of the Constituent Assembly

On the evening of October 27, 2011, the Superior Independent Election Commission (ISIE) published the provisional results of the elections to the Constituent Assembly. The Ennahdha movement came out on top, followed respectively by the Congress for the Republic (CPR), the Democratic Forum for Labor and Liberties (FDTL), the People’s Petition for Freedom, Justice andContinue reading “PCOT Statement on the elections of the Constituent Assembly”

PCOT Statement of support for the detainees of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine hunger strike

Engaged in the Palestinian prisoners in the prisons of the Zionist occupation Battle of the steadfastness of the heroic, living cells of the occupation on the impact of strikes hunger heroes of the resistance of the Palestinian National, led by Comrade prisoner, Ahmed Saadat, the Secretary-General of the Popular Front for the Liberation of PalestineContinue reading “PCOT Statement of support for the detainees of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine hunger strike”

Left Debates After Fall of Ben Ali

Maite Mola and Claudia Haydt Maite Mola and Claudia Haydt took part in a European Left delegation to Tunisia from February 10th to 13th and tell how the political and social situation is being dealt after the fall of Ben Ali. Was it a revolution or an uprising which occurred in December and January inContinue reading “Left Debates After Fall of Ben Ali”

ICMLPO: Cancel Tunisian Debt

The police regime of Ben Ali Tunisia has plunged into the spiral of debt, giving their human and material wealth to the voracity of the international financial oligarchy. All these banks have issued loans to the “best student of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)” as the formula used by the former director of the IMF,Continue reading “ICMLPO: Cancel Tunisian Debt”

PCOT: Statement to the electoral list of the revolutionary alternative

Hey, voters, Dear voters, Facing the 23 October polls to elect the National Constituent Assembly which was called for by the people’s rebellion and imposed by the transitional authorities in order to make a final break with dictatorship and lay the foundations for a democratic republic to be achieve the goals of the revolution andContinue reading “PCOT: Statement to the electoral list of the revolutionary alternative”