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  • Essay
  • Insights To The Battlefield Of Slovak Electoral Struggles

  • 25 Feb 20
  • The next Slovak parliamentary election will be held on 29 February 2020. All 150 members of the National Council will be elected and the leader of the resultant government will become the Prime Minister. To Eduard Šebo, the electoral struggles in Slovakia seem to be like military word battles, he describes it using this terminology.
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  • Conference report
  • Economic Democracy and Self-Governance in Enterprises

  • 18 Feb 20
  • The conference “Economic democracy and self-governance in enterprise: history, theories, perspectives” can be considered as one of the main arrival points of the project “Democracy as self-government” in 2019, proposed to Transform!Europe by Sinistra XXI, Italian leftist think tank.
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  • Brexit Britain

  • Auteur Andrew Burgin | 18 Feb 20
  • The Labour Party was decisively defeated in the UK general election of December 2019. The most immediate result is that the UK has now left the European Union. Brexit however does not just mean leaving the European Union but it represents the victory of a global far-right phenomenon; Trump in the...
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  • Annual Red Books Day

  • 10 Feb 20
  • The International Peoples' Assembly proposes the organization of an international annual Red Books Day on February 21st, the day of the original publishing of the Communist Manifesto.
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  • Speech at EL Congress
  • Give the struggles of our times

  • Auteur Jussi Saramo | 07 Feb 20
  • When I joined the Left Alliance 20 years ago 13% of the Finnish people said that they could vote for the Left and almost all of them actually did it since in the elections we had 11 or even 12% of votes. Most of those voters were very old so it looked inevitable that the party would shrink and...
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  • Thuringia
  • A Breach in Germany’s Political Levee

  • Auteur Paul Welsow | 06 Feb 20
  • The election of Thomas Kemmerich (FDP) as the new Minister President of Thuringia on 5 February 2020 represents a political breach of historic dimensions. For the first time, a Minister President will come to power with the votes of the nationalist Alternative für Deutschland (AfD).
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  • European Left Congress

  • 03 Feb 20
  • The Party of the European Left (PEL) held its sixth congress in the Spanish town of Benalmádena, near Málaga. The event took place between 13 and 15 December 2019 and brought together over 400 delegates representing 25 political parties from more than twenty European countries. Izquierda Unida and the Spanish Communist Party hosted the conference.
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  • The Strikes in France

  • Auteur Paul Elek | 03 Feb 20
  • Since the 5th of December 2019, France is witnessing its biggest strike since either 1995 or as some mention May 68, though the number of participants is of course way less important than in that mythical year.
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  • Is there an new chance for the Austrian Left?
  • The Fine Old and the Poor New

  • Auteur Walter Baier | 03 Feb 20
  • (Not only) The Left justly criticizes that by signing the government agreement the Greens have facilitated a continuation of the conservative and right-wing extremist strategy regarding refugee and migration policies. This criticism will become louder and possibly also lead to the break-up of the coalition.
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  • Speech at EL Congress
  • Unity of the Party, unity of the struggles

  • Auteur Paolo Ferrero | 24 Jan 20
  • Dear comrades,  We did succeed in having a congress of unity, with a shared political document and - as it seems - a common proposal upon the leadership. This is a very positive result. Now we need to decide how we could use such a document.  First of all, the European Left Party must work towards...
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