Africa

Sudan: Diary of a Revolution 1

All to the occupations End the military government International support for the revolution “Bullets doesn’t kill us, silence does” By Martin Ralph (ISL- UK) 04/26/19 Many 100,000s of protestors continue occupations at the army headquarters on 22 April and throughout the country. The Sudan Professionals Association said on 21 April, “we will continue with...

For a Civilian Government of Revolutionary Organisations!

Down with the military regime! Bring to justice those who order and carry out killings! For a civilian government of revolutionary organisations! There is no ‘peaceful’ road in Sudan For a revolutionary party of the workers and oppressed   ISL (UK) 18 June 2019   The Sudanese military was forced to remove Omar al-Bashir to save the regime....

Solidarity to Arab Revolutions From Brazil

CSP-Conlutas members stood in solidarity with Arab revolutions in Sao Paulo workers’ day rally on May 1. By CSP-Conlutas Media Workgroup May 6, 2019 They were portraying the flags of Algeria, Sudan, Palestine and Syrian revolutions. On May 5, CSP-Conlutas national coordination passed a motion in solidarity to the Palestinian in Gaza who...

How to help Mozambique?

As if the President Filipe Nyusi´s incompetent government performance, member of the Mozambique Liberation Front - FRELIMO,  was not ominous, natural disasters continue to destroy Mozambique. By: Américo Gomes People had not recovered from cyclone Idai, when the country was hit by the strongest storm ever recorded in its History: cyclone...

A new African Spring?

Today in Africa we see authoritarian, Bonapartist and dictatorial presidents who have ruled their countries for decades leaving power. All due to popular mobilization and widespread discontent. By Américo Gomes Recently in Algeria, Abdelaziz Bouteflika was forced to resign after nearly 20 years in power, forced by two months of popular...

“Freedom… Peace… Justice…” – Sudan’s Ongoing Revolution

On 19 December 2018, peaceful demonstrations broke out through the streets of Atbara, in the Republic of Sudan. Bread prices tripled in Atbara overnight, after months of struggle with long queues to purchase bread and petrol as well as to obtain cash. This spark ignited a fire within Sudanese...

Sudanese masses reject military coup after Omar al-Bashir goes

One Syrian (a refugee, a revolutionary and in daily contact with the revolution) said: We don’t accept recycling of the recycled garbage…two regime leaders in the same day… We accept freedom only… By Martin Ralph Sudan’s president Omar al-Bashir, after 30 years of dictatorial rule, was forced out by the revolutionary...

Imperialist Barbarism in Africa

The Cyclone Idai in the South-West Africa has caused, until now, 446 deaths just in Mozambique. The estimate of the president Filipe Nyusi is that around 1.000 people are dead, but it has not been confirmed yet. About 2 million people were affected; there are more than 100.000 homeless...

Arab “Kingdom Republics” and Constitution Changes

The constitutional articles relating to the term of the President of the Republic in the Arab States are the most vulnerable to changes likewise most of totalitarian regimes. Changing these articles according to the needs of the ruler is frequent since the executive power controls both state institutions (parliament and...

Congo: Fraud confirmed

The “National Independent Electoral Committee” (CENI) announced the official results of the presidential elections in the Republic of Congo: surprisingly Felix Tshiesekedi, of the opposition “Union for Democracy and Social Progress” (UDPS), won with 38,5%. By Americo Gomes. Another candidate of the bourgeoisie supported by imperialist sectors, Martin Fayulu, from...

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