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  • Israeli Military Denies Mohammed Tamimi was Shot by Its Soldiers

    On December 15, 2017, 15-year-old Mohammed Tamimi sustained a severe head wound during a demonstration in the occupied West Bank village of Nabi Saleh.

    Like most Fridays in Nabi Saleh, demonstrators headed toward the village’s fresh water spring which Israeli settlers took over a number of years ago. The Israeli soldiers who came to suppress the protest that day did not make do with just defending the expropriated spring or the nearby settlement of Halamish.

  • French communists on warmongering in Syria and imperialism

    Three French CP’s, Communist Revolutionary Party of France (PCRF), Revolutionary Party-Communists (PRC) and Pole of the Communist Rebirth in France (PRCF), made declarations on the warmongering of the French government in Syria following the attacks in Eastern Ghouta and condemned the stance of the imperialist countries on this country.

  • Statement of the Tudeh Party of Iran regarding the regime's attacks on the workers struggle in Iran

    Mr. Khamenei, it is you and the rule of the disastrous theocratic regime that are anti-revolution!

    • Greetings to the workers of the National Steel Company in the city of Ahvaz,in their heroic and steadfast struggle, and all the workers and working people of the nation!
    • The Supreme Leader of the theocratic regime should be reminded that the definition of anti-revolutionary is clear.
    It is the force that diverted the revolution from the path of its core slogans for freedom, sovereignty and social justice, and which has imposed the rule of a medieval and despotic theocratic regime on the nation.

  • Workers’ Party of Ireland International Affairs Dept greetings to German Communist Party (DKP

    Dear comrades,

    The Workers Party of Ireland sends warm comradely greetings to the German Communist Party (DKP) and extends its best wishes, solidarity and support to the DKP on the occasion of its 22nd Congress which will be held in Frankfurt on 2nd to 4th March 2018. We have read with interest the main resolution of the Party Executive to the 22nd Congress.

    As in Ireland, workers in Germany are confronted with unemployment, low wages,  high prices, precarious work and attacks on social and labour rights as the capitalist class forces workers to pay for the capitalist crisis. There are crises in housing,  education and the delivery of health and social care. The structural and systemic character of this crisis demonstrates the historical limits of the capitalist system. The private ownership of the means of production, private capitalist appropriation and the contradictions of capital formation block the general development of the productive powers of society.

  • PCV proclaims Maduro as presidential candidate

    pcvThe XIVth National Conference of the Communist Party of Venezuela (PCV) expressed its support for the candidacy of Nicolas Maduro in the presidential elections of April 22.

     The XIVth National Conference of the Communist Party of Venezuela (PCV) convened its closing session in Caracas on February 26.With the participation of President Nicolas Maduro, it is declared that a unitary programmatic agreement is signed between the PCV and United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) and that the PCV will give support for Maduro's reelection in the presidential elections of April 22.

  • KPRF to the Central Committee of the German Communist Party

    Dear comrades!

    The Presidium of the Central Committee of the Communist party of the Russian Federation warmly greets the delegates to the 22nd Congresses of the German Communist party, all members of the party, and its friends. 

    Your congress takes place in the anniversary year under pressure of uneasy international situation  and hard economic crisis.

  • KKE: Popular response to the plans and wars of the imperialists

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    On Tuesday 27th of February, the Attica Organization of the KKE held a large rally in Syntagma Sq., outside the Greek Parliament, with Dimitris Koutsoumpas, GS of the CC of the KKE, as its main speaker.

    He presented the positions of the party on the developments in the Balkans, Middle East, Greco-Turkish relations and the Cyprus Issue, after the escalation of the aggressiveness of Turkey.
  • All in for unity, solidarity and get out the vote

    CPUSAThis is an extraordinary election year.  There is horror and there is hope. These elections will mark either a step toward or a step back from growth of fascism in our country.

    The CPUSA National Committee is charged with adopting a strategic plan that will engage the entire Party in the 2018 elections and in movement building.

  • Ministry of Culture Denies Funding to Haifa Arabic-Language Theater

    The Ministry of Culture has denied funding to an Arabic-language theater in Haifa that in 2015 staged a play about an Arab-Palestinian convicted of murdering an Israeli soldier.

    In a document submitted to the Supreme Court, the ministry’s Support Committee wrote that the al-Midan theater did not meet the criteria demanded of all theaters and therefore was not entitled to receive NIS 1.1 million for each of two budgetary years, 2016 and 2017.

  • TKP organizes the People's only option

    Communist Party of Turkey (TKP) held meeetings in 16 different locations to boost the campaign titled 'Turkey is not Hopeless'.

    Following its call "for a bright 2018," Communist Party of Turkey (TKP) boosts its campaign to get organised at numerous locations around Anatolia. TKP organised meetings in 16 different locations all over Turkey with the slogan "Turkey is not hopeless, people’s alternative will strengthen".

  • KKE responds imperialist plans

    Communist Party of Greece (KKE) holds mass demonstration against NATO-EU plans and Greece's involvement in them.

    In Defense of Communism news blog reports that the Communist Party of Greece (KKE) schedules mass rallies in Athens and Thessaloniki under the slogan " No to the NATO-EU plans and Greece's involvement".

    The first one of the rallies took place in Athens' Syntagma Square today.
  • Comrade Prabodh Panda is No More

    The Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of India (CPI) issued following statement to the press:

    The Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of India announces with deep grief the passing away of Comrade Prabodh Panda, a member of the National Executive Committee, Secretary of West Bengal State Council and a former member of Lok Sabha.

    He breathed his last this morning (February 27) due to massive heart attack in his room at state party headquarters, Bhupesh Bhavan in Kolkata. He was 72 years old.
  • Communist and Workers’ Parties in the world: international relations, role and position in current political and social life

    Tran Dac Loi*

    Since the beginning of the twenty-first century, amid difficulties and challenges in international situation, communist and workers’ parties in the world have continued their efforts to consolidate their organizations and forces, expanding international cooperation and enhancing their role and influence in socio-political life.

    On international cooperation

    On bilateral level, communist and workers’ parties in the world have established and maintained relatively close bilateral relations with other parties  in the movement. Besides, communist and workers’ parties in China, Vietnam, Laos, Cuba, the People's Democratic Republic of  Korea, and many other parties also have extensive relations with communist and workers’ parties in the world, such as the Communist Party of the Russian Federation  has had relations with 150 parties; the Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia in the Czech Republic with more than 100 parties. For small parties in difficult conditions, establishing and maintaining relations with other parties are challenging; Most of these parties have maintained ties with only a few parties.

  • Knesset Vote on Racist “Jewish State Bill” Postponed Indefinitely

    A Knesset committee meeting that had been scheduled for Wednesday, February 21, to vote on a controversial bill that would enshrine Israel as “the national home of the Jewish people” in a new Basic Law was postponed indefinitely after coalition members failed to agree on the bill’s wording.

    The aim had been for the committee to vote on a version of the proposal that could be brought before the Knesset for its first reading on Sunday of this week, February 25.

  • KKE Euro-Parliamentary group denounces the unacceptable ruling of the EU court, which "legalizes" the firing of pregnant women workers

    The road for businesses to ‘legally” fire even pregnant women workers has been opened by the unacceptable decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) that was taken on the 22nd of February, reaffirming the repulsive aspect of the EU's anti-labor policy and the extreme hypocrisy of the predatory alliance which presents itself as a supposed protector of social rights, motherhood and the most "vulnerable" members of society.
  • Hadash MKs at Susya: Appeal to UN and US to Save Your Homes

    The Palestinians living in Susya in the occupied West Bank should appeal to the United Nations and the US administration to save their village from demolition by the Israel military, Joint List MK Dov Khenin said during a solidarity visit to the area on Sunday, February 18, along with the head of the Joint List, MK Ayman Odeh.

    The villagers who gathered to meet with the two parliamentarians welcomed Khenin’s words. At issue is the immediate fate of seven “illegally” built modular structures, mostly tents and shacks, that the Israeli military is expected to demolish in the near future.

  • 20,000 Gather in T-A to Protest Deportation of Asylum Seekers

    More than 20,000 Israelis gathered alongside African refugees in Tel Aviv, last night (Saturday, February 24) to protest the government’s plans to deport asylum seekers and to indefinitely imprison those who refuse to leave the country. The protest took place in south Tel Aviv, where most of the city’s asylum seekers reside.

    A number of those slated for deportation addressed the crowd as did some of the area’s Israeli residents.

  • Petition to Supreme Court: Probe 2015 Death of Samah Abdallah, 18

    Samah Abd al-Muamen Abdallah, an 18-year-old Palestinian from the village of Ammuriya, was shot and killed in November 2015 on her way home from Nablus, where she was training as a cosmetician. As Abdallah and her family approached Huwwara checkpoint in their car, Samah, who was sitting in the backseat with her siblings, was struck in the head by a bullet fired by a soldier that penetrated the vehicle’s window pane.

  • On Saturday: Mass Rally in South Tel Aviv vs. Refugee Deportation

    A mass rally will be held tomorrow, Saturday February 24, against the deportation of African refugees and asylum seekers under the banner: “We must stop the deportation; we must rebuild South Tel Aviv.” The rally will commence at 20:00, at the intersection of HaAliyah and Levinsky Streets and will work its way up the latter.

    Hadash and the Communist Party of Israel have called upon their members to take part in the demonstration against the racist policy of the far-right Israeli government.

  • Movilizaciones contra las subastas en todo el país

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    El miércoles 21 de febrero, tras una convocatoria del PAME, sindicatos obreros junto con uniones y sindicatos de trabajadores autónomos, jóvenes y mujeres, manifestaron en la plaza Sintagma y en el Ministerio de Finanzas con la consigna “Manosfuera de las viviendas populares”.

    La pancarta central del PAME a la cabeza de la marcha llevaba la consigna “Organización y lucha contra lοs embargos de viviendas y decuentasbancarias de las familias populares.Ninguna viviendaen manos de banqueros”, mientras que los manifestantes gritaban consignas como “No a los impuestos y al expolio fiscal, la plutocracia debe pagar”, “Manos abajo de la propiedad del pueblo, todos a la lucha, ningún compromiso”.