The rise of the struggle of the miners in Burkina Faso against neocolonial exploitation

Since the resumption of mining in Burkina Faso in 2010 and 2011, various companies have faced vigorous economic struggles of the workers over their living and working conditions. The employers do not like these workers’ mobilizations at all; they use demagogy and the threat of repression, but they are forced to consider that the [...]

The struggles of the poor peasantry and agricultural proletariat on the road to their true emancipation-PCRV

In recent years in the context of a revolutionary upsurge taking place in Upper Volta, called Burkina Faso, new social strata are contributing to the widening and radicalization of the struggles of the revolutionary and democratic movement, which is shaking the neocolonial system in crisis and bankruptcy. In the massive struggles taking place in [...]

CPN-Maoist Clippings 2/7/2014

Chand counters Baidhya’s policy

HIMALAYAN NEWS SERVICE KATHMANDU: Challenging the political document presented by CPN-Maoist Chairman Mohan Baidhya, party secretary Netra Bikram Chand today registered a separate document during the politburo meeting. The document will be presented at the party’s central committee meeting, which is beginning from tomorrow. This challenge against the chairman’s [...]

CPN-Maoist Clippings 30/6/2014

Left unity

Focus on constitution-making

Making and breaking of a party has become a regular norm of the Leftist forces in the country. Since its inception nearly 70 years ago, the communist party of Nepal has broken into many pieces and we currently have more than a dozen active communist parties. Some like [...]

CPN-Maoist Clippings 6/5/2014

Nepal Maoist party opposes Indian investment in hydropower sector

A hardline Maoist faction in Nepal Tuesday voiced its opposition to foreign investment in Nepal’s hydropower sector, particularly targeting Indian investment. Addressing a press conference here, Mohan Baidhya aka Kiran, leader of the Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist, said his party would stage protest rallies [...]

World Popular Resistance Clippings 3/4/2014

Tibetans Renew Protest Over Land Seized for Highway

More than a hundred Tibetans in northwestern China’s Gansu province on Wednesday protested the seizure of farmland for the construction of highways tied to state-linked gold mining and industrial activities they say are polluting the environment, according to sources in the area. The protest by [...]

World Popular Resistance Clippings 15/2/2014

 

Nine policemen injured in anti-government protests in Montenegro

(Reuters) – Nine policemen were injured in Montenegro’s capital Podgorica on Saturday when rocks were thrown from a crowd of several hundred people demanding the resignation of the government, a police spokeswoman said. “We want to live, we want to work!” protesters angry [...]

World Popular Resistance Clippings 5/2/2014

Redundant Bosnian Workers Protest in Tuzla

The protesters rallied on Wednesday in front of the cantonal government building in the north-eastern Bosnian town, calling for compensation and repayments of healthcare and pensions payments after the companies for which they worked failed. “We will block the Tuzla Canton government and we will not [...]

World Popular Resistance Clippings 26/1/2014

Palestinians protest continued negotiations with Israel, urge rejection of Kerry proposal

Leftist Palestinian parties on Saturday held demonstrations across the West Bank in opposition to negotiations with Israel and US Secretary of State John Kerry’s framework proposal that will serve as the basis for future negotiations. Leftist rallies in Hebron and in Nablus [...]

World Popular Resistance Clippings 16/1/2014

While CA meets, CPN-M and allies to protest on streets

KATHMANDU, JAN 16 – While the government and major political parties seem to be clearing procedural hurdles to call the Constituent Assembly meeting, the CPN-Maoist-led alliance is preparing to take to the streets with demands against the CA process. Leaders said the alliance remains adamant [...]