Lenin on May Day

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Written by V.I. Lenin Sunday, 01 May 2016

Lenin-addressing-crowd 1918On the occasion of May Day we republish the below May Day leaflet written by Lenin in 1904

 

Political Earthquake in Austria

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Written by Emanuel Tomaselli Friday, 29 April 2016

norber-hofer franz-johann-morgenbesserThe first round of elections for President of the Republic shocked both the political caste and larger layers of society. The two candidates for parties of the current government (a social democrat-conservative “grand” coalition) together won just 23%, a huge fall when we consider that previously the combined vote for these parties had always been 80-90%. Politics in Austria is now entering a critical stage.

 

Britain: Blairites stoop to allegations of anti-Semitism to attack Corbyn

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Written by Rob Sewell Friday, 29 April 2016

john-mann CCJust a few days before the May elections, the Blairites in the Labour Party have stepped up their war against Jeremy Corbyn, using the slur of “anti-Semitism” to further their aims. By doing so, they are hell-bent on creating a “crisis” within the Party.

   

Pakistan: 38th Anniversary of Afghanistan’s "Saur revolution" commemorated in Baluchistan University

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Written by Baloch Student Organisation (Pajjar) Friday, 29 April 2016

huge-number-of-participantsOn 27 April, the Baloch Students Organization (Pajjar) organized an event commemorating the 38th anniversary of the Saur Revolution of Afghanistan. The event was held in Baluchistan University. Besides students from the Baloch Students Organization, there were also students from the Pashtun Students Federation, the Baloch Action Committee along with progressive teachers, writers and intellectuals. All participants congratulated the BSO for organizing such an event.

 

Britain: Support strong for junior doctors as the struggle escalates

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Written by Socialist Appeal - Britain Thursday, 28 April 2016

no-more-austerity credit-socialist-appealOn Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, junior doctors in England came out on strike once again in defence of their terms and conditions, and in a struggle to save the wider NHS from Tory cuts, attacks, and threats of privatisation.

   

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