Thursday, 22. March 2018

The All Workers Militant Front (PAME) expresses its solidarity to the workers in the Chemical Industry and the Railways in France, to WFTU’s members and friends, who are preparing strikes on the 22th of March and in the following weeks against the new anti-labor measures of the French government.

The French government, together with the European Union, serving the interests of the business groups, carries on the privatizations and attacks rights that the workers have conquered through years of struggle.

Special interview with The Communist Youth Union (UJC) from France.

The youth of the Revolutionary Communist Party of France (PCRF), Communist Youth Union (UJC) answered our questions and gave us the opportunity to get to know a new communist youth organisation from Europe. The variety of questions led to an interesting interview about current political debates as well as theoretical discussions regarding political terminology.

The WFTU participated and greeted the Congress of the CGT of railway workers of Versailles which was held on 9th January 2018, on Versailles, France.
The speech of the WFTU delegate were underlined the historical strong bonds between the WFTU and French working class and the need for further strengthening of the coordination among the class-oriented trade unions in Europe and worldwide in the direction of class unity, internationalism, solidarity and class struggles.

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French Communist PartyThe results of the French legislative elections, if the first-round trend continues for the second round next Sunday, will place the future of the country in extremely difficult circumstances, under the threat of a National Assembly dominated by members from En Marche! and their supporters from the Républicains. This result would plunge millions of our fellow citizens into a democratic “hangover”.

French Communist PartyWe reproduce a statement issued by the French Communist Party about the results of the first round of French Presidential Elections:

The second round of the French presidential election will be a contest between the racist and xenophobic candidate of the far right, Marine Le Pen, and Emmanuel Macron, the candidate selected by the financial world to reinforce the liberal policies afflicting our country for the past 40 years.

This situation is extremely grave for our country. The far-right reached the second round and the left has been eliminated. However, for the first time in decades, millions of citizens, striving for social change, nearly succeeded in carrying their candidate Jean-Luc Mélenchon to the second round. Voters who were betrayed by the policies of Hollande and Valls and who worked hard to bring Jean-Luc Mélenchon to the second round are today experiencing mixed and sometimes contradictory feelings.

French Communist PartyMillions among you are ready to the turn the page on a political system that has been reduced to impotence and eroded by the powers of finance. Millions among you are angry at policies that are hard on the weakest and easy on the most powerful; angry at discrimination of all kinds; angry at a financial system that destroys everything in our country, from employment to the most precious human relationships.

Communists who left the URCF (Union des révolutionnaires-communistes de France, Union of Revolutionary Communists of France) after the foundation of the PRC (Parti Révolutionnaire-Communistes, Revolutionary Party-Communistes) by the unification of the URCF and the Communistes in 2015, founded the PCRF (Parti Communiste Révolutionnaire de France, Revolutionary Communist Party of France). ICP correspondent spoke with Maurice Cukierman, the secretary-general on the newly founded PCRF.

World Federation of Trade UnionsThe World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU) expresses its indignation against the forced evacuation of oil storage facilities and its full solidarity with all workers in France, who are fighting against the law “travail” of the Social-Democratic government of François Hollande. The WFTU expresses its full and fraternal support to its affiliate, the FNIC-CGT, which strengthens the struggle of workers until the withdrawal of this unacceptable draft law.

pcfThe French Communist Party (PCF) stated that they considered the big wave of manifestations of 1.2 million people which prevailed all over France on 31st of March as a grand success.

PCF also stated that the street demonstrations only revealed a small part of the unrest in the country, where more than 70 percent of the people want the reforms to be withdrawn. It was reported that the communist senators also spoke their protests against the new labour law in the parliament despite the offenses of PM Manuel Valls besides the right wing and the socialist members.The communists put their position clearly on the issue: The labour law no thanks! (Loi Travail non merci !)

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