Monday, 22. January 2018

Historical leader of the communist movement “Labor Russia” Victor Ivanovich Anpilov died at the age of 73.  

ICP, 20 January 1918

He was born in 1945 in the Krasnodar Territory. He graduated from the Faculty of Journalism of Moscow State University and worked for many years in the State Television and Radio of the USSR.

tkpTo fraternal parties and friends of TKP

Kemal Okuyan, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Turkey, has been sentenced to 11 months and 20 days of imprisonment on the grounds that he libeled President Erdoğan in an article published on July 28, 2015. The fact that Kemal Okuyan will not serve time provided that he pays a pecuniary fine determined by the court, does not make any difference.

The oppressive regime in Turkey wants to punish and silence our comrade, like thousands of others in Turkey, because of his political activities.

Communist Party of Turkey (TKP) released a comprehensive public declaration calling on the working people to get organized within the party to strengthen the people’s true alternative.    

ICP, 17 January 2017

According to the newsportal soL, the Communist Party of Turkey released a comprehensive public declaration on January 15 with the titlle 'In order to enlighten 2018, TKP says that.

The Press Office of the Communist Party of Greece (KKE) stated that thousands joined the strike demonstrations against the anti-people, anti-worker measures of SYRIZA-ANEL government.

ICP, 15 January 2017

‘Hands off strikes’, ‘Uprising’, ‘No to modern slavery’ were the most common slogans of the militant strike demonstrations that took place on January 12, in Athens, Thessaloniki and other cities in Greece where thousands of workers gave a decisive response against the new anti-people, anti-workers’ measures that were submitted to the Parliament by the SYRIZA-ANEL goverment the same day.

The International Section of the Workers’ Party of Ireland has transmitted the following message of solidarity to the All Workers Militant Front (PAME) on the action for a General Strike in Greece on 12th January 2018.

Dear comrades,

The Workers Party of Ireland and the Party trade union group sends warm greetingsnd extends best wishes, solidarity and support to PAME, the All Workers Militant  Front, on the action for a General Strike all over Greece on 12 January 2018 in protest against the SYRIZA led government which, in active collaboration with the European Union, plans to restrict workers’ rights and, in particular, the right to strike.

LL-Demonstration 2016. Photo: RedGlobeCall for the Luxemburg-Liebknecht-Demonstration 2018 on 14th January 2018 10:00 a.m. from U Station Frankfurter Tor to the Memorial of Socialists in Friedrichsfelde

In a message from Luckau prison to his wife Sophie, Karl Liebknecht wrote in April 1918: »Action - Action! Is nothing at all possible? But it must be! And it must not be eased up but only tightened. Now more than ever.«

Almost a hundred years have passed since then. »Is nothing at all possible?«, we often ask ourselves today. And we answer like Liebknecht: »But it must be ... Now more than ever.«

The WFTU participated and greeted the Congress of the CGT of railway workers of Versailles which was held on 9th January 2018, on Versailles, France.
The speech of the WFTU delegate were underlined the historical strong bonds between the WFTU and French working class and the need for further strengthening of the coordination among the class-oriented trade unions in Europe and worldwide in the direction of class unity, internationalism, solidarity and class struggles.

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World Federation of Trade Unions

The Workers’ Party have called for fees for postgraduate teaching degrees to be scrapped as an urgent measure to address the collapse in numbers of applicants to train as teachers.

Cllr. Ryan said: “It is perfectly clear what has caused this collapse. The course fees and expenses to train to be a teacher doubled, and – in almost direct response – the numbers applying for and graduating from those courses collapsed.

The World Federation of Trade Unions, which is the militant voice of more than 92 million members in 126 countries all over the world, extends its internationalist solidarity with Nakliyat-Is and the workers of Zeytinburnu Nakliyeciler Site in Istanbul against the decision of its demolition and against the oppression towards the workers by the riot police.

The Governorship and Metropolitan Municipality of Istanbul decided to demolish Zeytinburnu Nakliyeciler Site where 1000 workers are employed, in order to make profits from its exploitation since it is at the centre of Istanbul, sending by this way 1.000 families to impoverishment and hunger.

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