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  • French Presidential Election
  • An Earthquake? Yes and No

  • Maxime Benatouil | 25 Apr 17
  • After the predicted but non-the-less spectacular result of the first round of the presidential election, on the left urgent questions are burning each and everyone’s lips: what shall we do in two weeks?
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  • Finnish municipal elections
  • A Success for the ‘Left Alliance’

  • Jukka Pietiläinen | 24 Apr 17
  • Good news from the North: In the Finnish municipal elections on 9 April 2017, the Left Alliance reached 8.8% of the vote which corresponds to a plus of 0.8%. The success was due to a successful election campaign and the good work of party chairperson Li Andersson.
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  • Serbian Presidential Elections
  • Democracy Is More Than Just Elections

  • Vladimir Simović | 10 Apr 17
  • In last five years in Serbia the dominant political actor is conservative Serbian Progressive Party (SPP). In this period the opposition was hit by the defeat from which it hasn’t recovered until today and it does not represent substantial alternative to the current regime.
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  • Petition to Budapest City Council and Hungarian Academy of Sciences
  • Return the Lukács statue and reopen the Lukács Archives in Budapest!

  • 05 Apr 17
  • On 28 March, the statue of renowned Marxist philosopher George Lukács (1890-1971) was removed from Saint Stephen’s park in the 13th district of Budapest. The sculpture, commissioned by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and made by sculptor Imre Varga in 1985, was erected to praise Lukács for his contributions to philosophy. 
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  • “We are many! We are loud! The world will hear us”
  • International call to join the G20 protests in Hamburg

  • 28 Mar 17
  • July 2017, the G20 summit in Hamburg. With the world’s 20 most powerful leaders, in a world in deep crisis and turmoil, the world’s media will be present. But it is not only the powerful and mighty who will be there.
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  • Netherlands general election
  • The Pasokification of the Dutch Labour Party

  • David A. Hollanders | 21 Mar 17
  • There are at least two stories to tell about the recent Dutch elections. The headline story is that the extreme right-wing party PVV of Wilders did not become the largest party, arriving second after the VVD of prime-minister Rutte. The more important story however is the pasocification of the Dutch labour party (PvdA), and the impotence of the so called Socialist Party to come anywhere near being an alternative.
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  • Call
  • Stop the ECB subsidising climate disaster

  • 14 Mar 17
  • Economic policy should contribute to the fight against social injustice and climate change, not support polluters and speculators. Climate justice movements, social movements, trade unions and networks from across Europe, including transform!, call the ECB for a radical change of course.
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  • Short report and Video: David Bollier lecture in Athens
  • ‘Reinventing Law for the Commons’

  • Theodora Kotsaka | 06 Mar 17
  • Nicos Poulantzas Institute in cooperation with transform! europe organized an open lecture of David Bollier, researcher, activist and writer of a series of books concerning Commons. Find here the short report of the event on 14 February.
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  • Great Britain
  • Copeland and Stoke Central – putting the responsibility where it belongs

  • 27 Feb 17
  • Left Unity comment on the two by-elections that took place last Thursday. – Labour’s Blairite right wing has been waiting for the party under Jeremy Corbyn to lose a by-election and for the first time it has, in Copeland. In fact the resignations of Blairite former MPs Tristram Hunt in Stoke and Jamie Read in Copeland were almost certainly choreographed to give the Labour leadership two by-elections in extremely difficult constituencies.
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  • transform! Solidarity Statement
  • Shut-down of “Rialto Rome”

  • 21 Feb 17
  • Rialto Sant’Ambrogio is a social space, in an abandoned building, partially used by the municipality of Rome and partially occupied by diverse associations. On 16 February the municipality of Rome has given order to raid the occupied spaces.
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