Wednesday, 26. September 2018

The 2018 Conference of the Communist Party of Turkey convened under the theme “To the Workers!”, declared its support for the strike of the workers at İstanbul's new airport construction site. 

The CC of the TKP issued a statement announcing the completion of its 2018 Conference under the theme “To the Workers”. Following several weeks of organisational work, the Conference convened on 15th of September in Izmir, finalizing the restructuring of the Party according to its revolutionary missions. The delegation of the Conference saluted the concurrent strike of the construction workers of İstanbul's new airport that had just broke out with the participation of TKP members. In its statement on the Conference, the CC of the TKP thanked all the fraternal parties for their messages of solidarity and support, published on the website of TKP.  The TKP will soon declare a political roadmap for the upcoming period, as well as the outcome of the Conference.

Dear Comrades,

The Workers Party of Ireland sends warm comradely greetings to the Communist Party of Turkey on the occasion of its Conference on the 15th-16th September 2018 in Izmir under the theme “To the Workers” and sends its congratulations and best wishes to the TKP, the oldest party in Turkey, on the occasion of its 98th anniversary.

The Communist Party of Turkey issued a message celebrating the 98th foundation anniversary of the Party as it convenes the Conference titled 'To the Working People!'

The CC of the Communist Party of Turkey issued a message celebrating the 98th foundation anniversary of the Party on 10 September. The message titled ,'The hope lies in the party which is both the oldest and the youngest' illustrated the conditions in which the Party was founded during the days of Anatolia's occupation by imperialist powers and the resistance of the people including the revolutionary endeavor of communists.

Nakliyat-İş organized a protest action against EURODRIP-RVULIS Company in Turkey which violates the basic union rights in several parts of the world.

Representing 92 Million workers, World Federations of Trade Unions will also be present in the sentencing hearing of the trial the occupational murder in Soma which killed 301 mine workers.

May 13, 2014 marked a black day in the history of our country and working class. 301 miners were massacred in an occupational murder. We will not forgive, nor forget this massacre caused by subcontractor system, privatization, disregard of labour safety and extreme profit ambition.

tkpThis country will never bow down

As we have always emphasized, disorganized people chasing after myths created around certain figures is nothing but people left helpless.

On June 24, having been trailed behind a false hope, millions of people in Turkey were left high and dry once again. However, the notion that Turkey is now finished is ridiculous as much as the fairy tale telling that Turkey would be out of the woods simply by pursuing an unscrupulous alternative that approves all evils of the established order is unfounded. Everybody should know that Turkey will not yield to darkness.

WorkersParty Ireland23rd June 2018

Dear Comrades,

The Workers Party of Ireland sends comradely greetings to the Communist Party of Turkey (TKP) and extends its best wishes, solidarity and support to the TKP. The WPI condemns the decision of the Turkish government to obstruct the participation of the TKP in the 24th June general election. The TKP is now taking part in the elections under the platform “This Social Order Must Change”.

Communist Party of Turkey (TKP) issued a statement titled ‘Unless these 19  points come true, Turkey will not be able to take a breath’.

On the eve of the 2018 parliamentary and presidential elections that is to take place on 24 June, Sunday, the TKP which had been carrying out This Order Must Change campaign issued a statement.

According to the statement, whoever wins the election campaign will be faced with the crisis of capitalism. TKP called for the following:

The CP of Turkey issued a report titled 'The Reflections of the International Relations Bureau of TKP on Turkey’s June 24 Elections'.

As Turkey enters presidential and parliamentary elections first time in its history, the International Bureau of the Communist Party of Turkey (TKP) issued a report analysing the snap elections in Turkey, its background and the anticipations regarding the elections. Since President Tayyip Erdogan increasingly became a symbol of aggression not only in Turkey but also in international politics, TKP elaborates the role of Erdogan in Turkish bourgeois politics and his position in the crisis of imperialism. It also discusses the role of the 'left' in the elections in relation to bourgeois alternatives to Erdogan.

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