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”

Statement by PCOT on the Sbsi Government

From the Tunisian Workers’ Communist Party, demands to dissolve the Sbsi Government and the formation of a government of national unity: The city of Tunis on Friday 6 May 2011 from the morning, like many of the cities in Tunisia other massive march through which the demonstrators than ownership of the anger about what the governmentContinue reading “Statement by PCOT on the Sbsi Government”

Why China is Trying to Colonize Africa

Chinese social-imperialism continues its rise as Enver Hoxha predicted – ES. By David Blair No one alive at the close of the 19th century could have missed the “scramble for Africa”. A motley collection of robber barons, imperialist ideologues, explorers, rogues and adventurers – the likes of Cecil Rhodes and the appalling Leopold II, KingContinue reading “Why China is Trying to Colonize Africa”

Rally in Burkina Faso a Great Success

Mobilization from April 8 to Burkina was a great success Here is a brief comment from a friend who attended this memorable day. Some echoes of the strike on April 8 hosted by the CCVC which mobilized a huge crowd. Not since early in the case of Norbert Zongo to see such a world. SlogansContinue reading “Rally in Burkina Faso a Great Success”

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”

Tunisian Workers’ Communist Party: Great dangers threaten the revolution

Parti communiste des ouvriers de Tunisie حزب العمّال الشّيوعي التونسي Translated by John Catalinotto Two and a half months have passed since the glorious revolution of January 14. During this period, the people have made significant progress through their struggle and sacrifice. Having brought down the dictator and the two consecutive governments led by MohammadContinue reading “Tunisian Workers’ Communist Party: Great dangers threaten the revolution”

“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.Continue reading ““Unity & Struggle” No. 22 Released”

APK: May 1, 2011 – the Character of the Class Struggle

Stop the wars! Start the welfare! Endorsed by APK We have seen people stand up in the struggle against dictators and tyrants, against thieves who live like kings and parasites, living on our labor. Most of North Africa is in turmoil and the people are demanding freedom, justice and work. A revolutionary storm has arisenContinue reading “APK: May 1, 2011 – the Character of the Class Struggle”

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!”

Party of Labour of Iran (Toufan): Hail May 1st!

The Working Class Will Bring About the Spring of Humanity! One hundred and twenty-two years ago, the workers of the world decided to celebrate May 1st as “Working Class Day.” This decision was made in 1889 at the Congress of the Socialists of the World in Paris, France. On May 1st, when nature wakes upContinue reading “Party of Labour of Iran (Toufan): Hail May 1st!”

South Africa: Still Struggling 50 Years After Sharpeville Massacre

MRzine, March 29, 2010 Still Struggling, Still Protesting, Fifty Years after the Sharpeville Massacre by Jennifer Dohrn It is amazing that I am now at last again on South African soil, since my previous trip here was in December. I am at home in my soul in a way that is unique for my travels.Continue reading “South Africa: Still Struggling 50 Years After Sharpeville Massacre”

EMEP: Imperialist attack on Libya must be stopped immediately!

Libya, on the agenda for some time now due to the people’s rebellion against the Gaddafi regime, has now become the target of heavy attacks lead by the USA, France and the United Kingdom with the support of the United Nations. These attacks are explained by the imperialist forces on the pretext of liberating theContinue reading “EMEP: Imperialist attack on Libya must be stopped immediately!”

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””