Austria enters a new normality

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Written by Emanuel Tomaselli Friday, 09 December 2016

Alexander Van der Bellen - C Michelides commons.wikimedia.org--wiki--FileCOLONVan der Bellen 2223 Michelides.png “A red-white-red signal of hope and positive change; a red-white-red signal today goes from Austria to all the capitals of the European Union.”

 

Presidential Election 2017: Our Position on the PCF Internal Consultation

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Written by Jérôme Métellus – Révolution / PCF Paris Friday, 09 December 2016

PCF Public DomainThis article, was originally published in the French Marxist paper Révolution. It was written as a contribution to the debate at the congress of the French Communist Party and analyses the ideological faultlines within the workers movement in France.

 

World Perspectives and Pakistan Perspectives discussion at First Congress of Lal Salaam

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Written by In Defence of Marxism Thursday, 08 December 2016

P1010058On the second day of the congress of Lal Salaam, Sunday, December 4, another 20 comrades arrived, bringing the total participation to around 280. There was also a delegation from Waziristan present. Here we provide a brief outline of the discussions on the first day.

   

New Zealand: John Key resigns

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Written by Graham Day Thursday, 08 December 2016

John Key_-_UNDP_commons.wikimedia.org--wiki--FileCOLONHelen_Clark_and_John_Key-2_UNDP.jpg_John Key has announced that he his standing down as Prime Minister on 12th December. This has sent shock waves through the National Party. He stated family reasons and getting out whilst he is ahead. These reasons are flimsy ones and bear no serious scrutiny.

 

Italy - The Genie is out of the bottle

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Written by Rivoluzione Editorial Board Wednesday, 07 December 2016

Matteo Renzi_-_PSD--Flickr_flickr.com--photos--psdbiroupresa--15186950594Renzi lost and has resigned. The result of the recent constitutional referendum is without precedent: almost twenty million NO votes buried the constitutional counter-reforms, and the Renzi government with them.

   

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