PCOT: Money and religion were used to manipulate elections in Tunisia

The election result “gives a misleading picture and do not reflect the party’s role and influence through their participation in the Tunisian revolution.” Hamma Hammami, secretary general of PCOT the press conference in Tunis on 29 in October. TUNIS (TAP) – “Violations and infringements committed in the election campaign and on the day of theContinue reading “PCOT: Money and religion were used to manipulate elections in Tunisia”

Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire: The PCRCI denounces the attack against the Libyan People and the Assassination of Qaddafi by NATO

The intervention of the hawkish coalition led by France, Britain and the United States of America has just led to the assassination of Qaddafi October 20, 2011 after the overthrow of his regime. Following this plan, the authors pretend to be embarrassed. Neither the NATO command, nor the French, English, American, or their creation, theContinue reading “Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire: The PCRCI denounces the attack against the Libyan People and the Assassination of Qaddafi by NATO”

PCE (M-L) Hamma Hammami Interview

March 5, 2011. Tunisia HAMM: About the events in my country we say we are half way to the revolution, that is, the revolution continues. On January 14 the people overthrew the dictator after a month of heroic struggle, we got rid of the dictator, but not the dictatorship that remains in reconstitution in theContinue reading “PCE (M-L) Hamma Hammami Interview”

En Marcha on Libya

Gaddafi’s murder puts an end to its contradictory policy After the siege of Sirte by rebel forces and the continuous support of the NATO bombing, dropped the last bastion of resistance to Gaddafi and with it came his lynching and death. At the closing chapter of this macabre American imperialist intervention and its European allies,Continue reading “En Marcha on Libya”

PCMLE: “The real emancipation of the peoples is the revolution and socialism”

From En Marcha, #1545 Organ of the Central Committee of the Marxist-Leninist Communist Party of Ecuador August 19 to 25, 2011 As part of the work that the International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations is carrying out, last July a meeting of the Latin American parties took place. At the meeting were the RevolutionaryContinue reading “PCMLE: “The real emancipation of the peoples is the revolution and socialism””

Meeting to Commemorate 94th Anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution Held in New Delhi

The Workers’ Unity Trade Union (WUTU) organised a meeting to commemorate the 94th Anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution on 6th November, 2011 at the Gandhi Peace Foundation, New Delhi. The meeting was well attended by a large number of participants including representatives from Janpaksh, New Trade Union Initiative (NTUI), Marxist Communist Party ofContinue reading “Meeting to Commemorate 94th Anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution Held in New Delhi”

Message to the Congress of the Workers’ Communist party of Tunisia by M-L group “Revolution”

Dear comrades of the Workers’ Communist Party of Tunisia (PCOT) After years of suppression, imprisonments, torture and martyrdoms of many courageous cadres, the PCOT has won ever more respect and authority among the Tunisian workers and youth. The party and its leadership, where comrade Hamma must be mentioned in particular, has played an important roleContinue reading “Message to the Congress of the Workers’ Communist party of Tunisia by M-L group “Revolution””

Studies X: ‘Ethics’ & Performance

The translation below is an excerpt from the Tunisian Communist Workers Party pamphlet “On Secularism,” by Hamma Hammami other sections of which has been translated elsewhere on this blog. This excerpt was posted on the PCOT’s website on 27 October, 2011. It is interesting that this was posted so close to the election; it appearsContinue reading “Studies X: ‘Ethics’ & Performance”

Studies IX: The PCOT and Electoral Performance

Below are translations of two communiques (originally in Arabic) from the Tunisian Communist Workers Party (PCOT). The first is a campaign statement in advance of the Constituent Assembly election in October, the second is a post-election statement explaining the party’s view of the elections and its performance. This is a ‘far left’ party which wonContinue reading “Studies IX: The PCOT and Electoral Performance”

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)”