Joint Communiqué of the Revolutionary Communist Party of the Ivory Coast and the Communist Party of Benin

On 23 February 2014, a meeting was held in Cotonou between the PCRCI [Revolutionary Communist Party of the Ivory Coast] and the PCB [Communist Party of Benin] related to the events organised by the INIREF [International Institute of Research and Training]-Benin for the celebration of the International Day of the Mother Tongue and the peoplesContinue reading “Joint Communiqué of the Revolutionary Communist Party of the Ivory Coast and the Communist Party of Benin”

Communist Party of the Workers of France: No to French military intervention in Mali, No to the “sacred union” to support the war!

Position of January 12 The French government has decided to send French troops to Mali. After the Ivory Coast and Libya, now it is Mali. This is a decision that involves France in a war in a former French colony. This option was the only one that has been used since northern Mali has beenContinue reading “Communist Party of the Workers of France: No to French military intervention in Mali, No to the “sacred union” to support the war!”

Communist Party of Benin: Press for Activists and Supporters

PRESS Activists and supporters At the initiative of the Union is the Nation, a consultation took place on the political situation in Benin in connection with the excesses of autocratic President Yayi Boni. This consultation took place CODIAM Cotonou on 13 June 2012 under the leadership of the Honourable IDJI Kolawolé. The PCB was invitedContinue reading “Communist Party of Benin: Press for Activists and Supporters”

Communist Party of the Workers of France: Death of the First Secretary of the Communist Party of Benin

We learned of the death, on April 5, Comrade Fantodji Pascal, a founding member and first secretary of the Communist Party of Benin (PCB). Such a loss is a blow comrades in Benin. We insist on showing them our communist solidarity by sending them the message below: Communist Party of Benin The Central Committee ToContinue reading “Communist Party of the Workers of France: Death of the First Secretary of the Communist Party of Benin”

Address of the Communist Party of Benin (PCB) to the people of Benin

Youth in Benin, Friday, November 4, 2011, 15:47 Since the last presidential and legislative elections, marked by the electoral hold-up as everyone knows, events of unusual severity assail your daily life. The slump in the vendors market, torture recurring the academic for parents with its share of problems, education destroyed by the devastating ravages ofContinue reading “Address of the Communist Party of Benin (PCB) to the people of Benin”

Communist Party of Benin (PCB): Philippe Noudjènoumè is for workers and democratic organizations

Cotonou, November 3, 2011 The First Secretary Party officials and patriotic organizations, Democratic, labor and Defense of Human Rights, Workers, youth, women, The people of Benin, Since the last presidential and legislative elections, marked by the electoral hold-up as everyone knows, events of unusual severity assail your daily life. The slump in the vendors market,Continue reading “Communist Party of Benin (PCB): Philippe Noudjènoumè is for workers and democratic organizations”

Mismanagement of public goods in Benin: the Pcb reflected on the responsibilities and probable solutions

Sep. 23, 2011 The Communist Party of Benin (PCB) held yesterday at the Palais des Congres in Cotonou, a symposium on the management of the public good and the future of Benin. Actors of civil society, politicians, university professors, students, members and supporters of the party took part. “The consensus seems to be regardless ofContinue reading “Mismanagement of public goods in Benin: the Pcb reflected on the responsibilities and probable solutions”

Communist Party of Benin: Appeal to the People of Benin against Boni Yayi

Philippe Noudjenoume The political situation in our country is chaos. Because of the diverse and arbitrary decisions of the Constitutional Court managed to sink into a cesspool. 1. There is no longer the Parliament, because of decisions made by the Constitutional Court, chaired by Robert Dossou. Mathurin NAGO order to apply these decisions for theContinue reading “Communist Party of Benin: Appeal to the People of Benin against Boni Yayi”

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)”

Tunis Declaration

On July 26, 2011, a meeting of the Communist Party of Benin (PCB), the Communist Party of the Workers of Tunisia (PCOT), the Revolutionary Communist Party of the Ivory Coast (PCRCI), the Revolutionary Communist Party of Volta (PCRV) and “The Democratic Road” Organization of Morocco was held in Tunis. The parties exchanged their views onContinue reading “Tunis Declaration”

Communist Party of Benin urges opposition and resistance

The members of the Communist Party of Benin pursue their allegations of electoral hold-up at the polls on March 13. Yesterday at the labor exchange in Cotonou, the first secretary of the party denounced the coup election of Boni Yayi. It was in a mood for rallying party activists, the Communist Party of Benin confirmed.Continue reading “Communist Party of Benin urges opposition and resistance”

PCB: Statement on the Occasion of 1 May 2011

National Forum of the Salaried Workers of Benin DECLARATION ON THE OCCASION OF 1 May 2011 Like the other workers of the world, those in Benin, for the purposes of taking stock of claims and to consider prospects, commemorate this day, International Workers Day. May 1, 2011, a day of demands from U.S. unions inContinue reading “PCB: Statement on the Occasion of 1 May 2011”

Benin: PCB about the political situation and current legislative elections

The Political Bureau of the Communist Party of Benin (PCB) met in Cotonou on Wednesday March 30, 2011, to discuss the political situation in our country. 1. The Political Bureau reaffirmed its withdrawal from the scrutiny of March 13, 2011, as a caricature organized electoral support and active complicity of the European Union and France,Continue reading “Benin: PCB about the political situation and current legislative elections”