On Tuesday, the communist group in the Ukrainian Parliament was dissolved by government's decision. The next day, began a totally arbitrary and unjustified lawsuit to ban the Ukrainian communist party.
The Party of the European Left condemns in the strongest terms these acts of repression against a responsible and respectable political party. In fact, its only fault is to be the main left-wing opposition to a government of oligarchs and extreme right, not even democratically elected.
We call on all parties to the conflict to stop armed operations and to avoid further escalation of the situation. We are against repression by the military forces and armed militias. The conflict has to be solved by negotiations and political democratic means, as e.g referenda.
Two weeks after the European elections, the Council of Chairpersons and the Executive Board of the European Left met this weekend in Brussels. It was the occasion to exchange our analysis of the results in the different countries and at European level, to evaluate the campain of the EL, the candidacy of Alexis Tsipras to the Presidency of the European commission and to discuss the necessary political initiatives to take in the coming months.
Since summer 2013, the European Commission is negotiating with the US-administration and the business lobby behind closed doors about the “Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership” (TTIP) . A similar treaty between the EU with Canada, Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), is ready to be ratified soon.
El Ejecutivo del Partido de la Izquierda Europea (PIE), reunido hoy en Brusselas, se solidariza con la movilización convocada por la Junta Estatal Republicana a las 20 horas en todos los pueblos y cuidades de España para reinvindicar un referéndum vinculante sobre su modelo de Estado.
El PIE apoya con fuerza la reivindicación de un proceso constituyente hacia una 3ª República.
The Executive Board of the Party of the European Left met today in Brussels and expressed its solidarity with the mobilisation called by the Junta estatal republicana at 20h in all villages and cities of Spain to demand a referendum on the model of political regime.
The EL strongly supports the demand of a constituent process leading to a Third Republic.
King Juan Carlos of Spain has just abdicated in favor of his son, Prince Felipe. Given the crisis in the country and the results of the political parties that support the monarchy at the last European elections, it is not crowned heads but the type of regime that must change.
The Party of the European Left supports the efforts of the Communist Party of Spain, of the United Left and EUIA who legitimately claim a referendum to allow the Spanish people to choose their future.