teleSUR | February 27, 2018
The legislation, approved by an overwhelming majority, was proposed by the left-wing Economic Freedom Fighters party.
South Africa’s parliament passed Tuesday a motion brought by the leftist party Economic Freedom Fighters, or EFF, to carry out land expropriation without compensation, a key pillar of the ruling ANC government and new President Cyril Ramaphosa.
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An undated photo shows Sudanese security forces on the offensive against demonstrators.
Sixty communist and workers’ parties from around the world have signed a new statement in support of jailed Sudanese Communist Party (SCP) leaders.
The statement, released today, condemned President Omar al-Bashir’s “dictatorial regime” for the arrests made during and following last month’s SCP-organized protests in Khartoum against International Monetary Fund-demanded cuts to wheat subsidies.Read More »
Protests at soaring bread prices are continuing in Sudan’s main cities, the communist party said last night as it vowed to bring down the country’s “dictatorial regime.”
The Sudanese Communist Party (SCP) political bureau said the protests against International Monetary Fund-pushed austerity measures were still going on despite the jailing of six of its leaders in the past two weeks.
SCP general secretary Muhammad Mukhtar al-Khatieb was arrested last Wednesday.Read More »