Maite Mola, vice-president of the Party of the European Left (EL), and veteran feminist, participated, in the Ateneo of Madrid, in a debate on November 21st “against the trafficking of women and minors for the purpose of sexual exploitation and its consequences".
A delegation of the Party of the European Left (EL), headed by two of its vice presidents, Margarita Mileva and Maite Mola, has returned yesterday, Sunday November 16th, after a four-day visit to Kiev. The aim of the trip was to learn about the situation of the conflict in Ukraine on the ground, in such difficult moments in which the tension increases dangerously and threatens to put an end to the cease fire, the Minsk agreements and to restart large-scale combats in the province of Donbass.
The Party of the European Left expresses all its solidarity with the families of the 43 students kidnapped by the security forces following the orders of the mayor of the city of Iguala, already a month ago, and it joins the popular mobilizations demanding they shall return alive.
In Italy, hundreds of thousands of people demonstrated last weekend against the so-called “job act” of the Renzi government, in defense of workers' rights and against its policies of austerity. All across the continent neoliberal model continue to jeopardize the labor market.
Following the congress in Madrid on December 2013, the EL has deployed its action for an alternative to austerity, a united exit to the financial crisis and, according to our proposals, for a social and democratic refunding of Europe.
A delegation of the Party of the European Left (EL) will go out tomorrow October 27th towards Diyarbakır (Turkish Kurdistan) to meet the Kurdish population who is being attacked by the Islamic State and has been able to crossed the border and arrive to the Turkish villages controlled by the Kurds of the BDP and the HDP, who received them.