Resolution of the Xth Plenum of the CC

PCMLV. 2011 The events that shook the world confirm conclusively the classics of Marxism-Leninism. The pauperization of the conditions of the proletariat, the constant mobilization of popular sectors to demand respect for their rights, they are unaware of avoiding a series of achievements attained over the years indicates that the masses feel the weight ofContinue reading “Resolution of the Xth Plenum of the CC”

Victory of the People’s Uprising Against the Dictatorship of Ben Ali: Bravo, Admirable People in Tunisia!

In less than one month’s popular uprising and the price of heroic struggle, the people of Tunisia brought an end to decades of autocratic rule. This police state and dictatorship, played for over twenty years by President Ben Ali, killed, imprisoned, assaulted, gagged people, democrats, revolutionaries. Meanwhile, the regime had a good press in theContinue reading “Victory of the People’s Uprising Against the Dictatorship of Ben Ali: Bravo, Admirable People in Tunisia!”

Mr. Ekissi, Secretary General of the PCRCI: “Ivory Coast is far from being in a state of law”

Interview by Alex Raymond-Loukou [9/8/2008] Mr. Ekissi, Secretary General of PCRCI On Wednesday, August 13, 2008, the Revolutionary Communist Party of the Ivory Coast will hold the fourth commemoration of the assassination of one of its members, Abib Dodo. Before this important ceremony to be held at Adjame City Hall, the Secretary General of thatContinue reading “Mr. Ekissi, Secretary General of the PCRCI: “Ivory Coast is far from being in a state of law””

Declaration of the PCRCI and PCRV on the Xenophobia and Chauvinism in the Ivory Coast

The wave of xenophobia that has swept the Ivory Coast since 1993 has led, at the present time, to unparalleled violence in that country. Certain bourgeois politicians have decided to resort to xenophobia as a way to attain and hold power. Carried to the point of caricature by the current rulers who are trying toContinue reading “Declaration of the PCRCI and PCRV on the Xenophobia and Chauvinism in the Ivory Coast”

Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire wants Case Reopened

On June 24, 2004 the General Secretary of Communist Youth of Côte d’Ivoire, Habib Dodo, was murdered by Student Federation [FESCI] of Côte d’Ivoire activists. During a press conference held on June 23 in Williamsville, M. Ekissi Achy, secretary general of the Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire, called for the reopening of the caseContinue reading “Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire wants Case Reopened”

The Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire: “the downfall of Gbagbo does not solve the issue of development”

The fighting of the Ivorian people for freedom and bread rose despite the various obstacles encountered since the popular movements of 1990 that led to the concession by the proponents of multi-party rule. The experience of twenty (20) years since 1990 indicates that the acquisition of multiple parties does not mean the end of allContinue reading “The Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire: “the downfall of Gbagbo does not solve the issue of development””

Achy Ekissi, General Secretary of the PCRCI: ”We must repeal the constitution of 2000”

Monday, June 6, 2011 The Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire (PCRCI) voted last Thursday on the sociopolitical situation in the country. In an opening statement, the secretary general, said party Achy Ekissi pointed to the constitution which he says is partly responsible for the social divide today. Ainis he recommended its repeal. “We mustContinue reading “Achy Ekissi, General Secretary of the PCRCI: ”We must repeal the constitution of 2000””

Appeal by PCRCI to the Peoples of Côte d’Ivoire to Continue to Fight for the Triumph of the Democratic Revolution

Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire (PCRCI) The crisis of the neo-colonial system in Côte d’Ivoire continues to deepen every day. The economic base of the country has been destroyed throwing thousands of workers out of work and in the street. Youth unemployment and poverty grows. Political power was confiscated in 2005. Mismanagement, theft ofContinue reading “Appeal by PCRCI to the Peoples of Côte d’Ivoire to Continue to Fight for the Triumph of the Democratic Revolution”

2010 presidential election in Côte d’Ivoire: Yes to popular sovereignty! No to reactionary civil war! No to foreign military interventions!

The Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire (PCRCI) is a revolutionary party in the Ivory Coast. It participates in the International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations and claims the line of Enver Hoxha and the Party of Labour of Albania. As such, it is non-revisionist and fights for a proletarian revolution. Since 1990 itContinue reading “2010 presidential election in Côte d’Ivoire: Yes to popular sovereignty! No to reactionary civil war! No to foreign military interventions!”

About the Current Situation in the Ivory Coast

The Ivory Coast has just held its presidential election, the most expensive elections in the world and on Thursday December 2 2010 the CEI (independent Election Commission) declared Laurent GBAGBO defeated. The next day, the Constitutional Council, charged by the existing Constitution to proclaim the final results, invalidated the CEI because the CEI published theContinue reading “About the Current Situation in the Ivory Coast”

Results of the presidential election in the Ivory Coast: Respect the popular will, No to reactionary civil war!

After ten years of a social-political crisis that has led to the pauperization of the popular masses, and five years of equivocation, the presidential election in the Ivory Coast has finally been held. According to official figures, participation has been heavy (83% in the first round and about 81% in the second). The results madeContinue reading “Results of the presidential election in the Ivory Coast: Respect the popular will, No to reactionary civil war!”

Ivory Coast Communists: “We Must Maintain Pressure”

The Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire (PCRCI) is a revolutionary party in the Ivory Coast. It participates in the International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations and claims the line of Enver Hoxha and the Party of Labour of Albania. As such, it is non-revisionist and fights for a proletarian revolution. Since 1990 itContinue reading “Ivory Coast Communists: “We Must Maintain Pressure””