23 March 2018

The President of the European Left Gregor Gysi announces:

Today, the Executive Board of the Party of the European Left discussed the request of the French Parti de Gauche to exclude the Greek party Syriza. All present member parties spoke in a clear and unambiguous manner against the initiation of such a procedure. It has been determined that we need discussions and enhancements, but no exclusions.


06 March 2018

Guarantees for the opposition in Colombia

In the face of the attack suffered in the city of Cúcuta on Friday, March 2nd by Gustavo Petro, presidential candidate for "Colombia Humana" while preparing himself to attend a gathering in the central plaza and the murder of one of his followers in the region of Guapi and in the face of the violence against Rodrigo Londoño, presidential candidate of the Common Alternative Revolutionary Force, and the murder of more than 50 of the members of this movement and 13 of their relatives, the Working Group for Latin America of the Party of the European Left demands immediate guarantees f

01 March 2018

Declaration on the 8th of March, International women’s day

In recent years there has been a brutal increase in gender inequality in Europe and in the world, an inequality that is felt in all areas and not only is there no progress but there has been an obvious regression.

13 February 2018

On the HDP Congress 2018

The Congress of the Democratic Party of the People (HDP) took place on Sunday the 11th of February 2018 in Ankara (Turkey).

The Party of the European Left (EL) was represented by its Vice-President Pierre Laurent.

09 February 2018

Concerning the coalition agreement in Germany and the consequences for the people in Europe, Gregor Gysi, President of the European Left, declares:

The European dimension in the coalition agreement between the German Social Democrats (SPD) and Christian Democratic Union (CDU) leads me to suppose that the seriousness of the starting point and the associated self-critical confrontation with the European policy of the past are not given. The continuation of the 'black zero' in Germany under an SPD finance minister and the transfer of the 'black zero' on the European level is a declaration of bankruptcy at investments and thus at the youth and future in Germany and Europe.