Category Archives: English

Tsipras’s resignation is a manoeuvre to strengthen the pact with the Troika

Statement by the IWU-FI For a unitary block of the left and the workers to defeat the new memorandum On August 20 Alexis Tsipras resigned as Prime Minister of Greece, to force a call to new elections in mid-September. It … Continue reading

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Istanbul Declaration: Break the siege on the Syrian revolution!

With the people of Syria: down with Bashar, Daesh and the imperialist interventions! Istanbul, 12th of July 2015 In March 2011, in the midst of the revolutionary wave unfolding in the region, the masses of workers, youth and poor peasants … Continue reading

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The Greek people said NO to the Troika and the debt

The triumph of the NO in the Greek referendum by nearly 62 percent to 38 percent of the YES, was overwhelming, a great victory for the Greek workers and people. They defeated all the pressures of imperialism, of the Greek … Continue reading

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Greek Referendum: NO to imperialist blackmail, NO to the Troika and the EU, NO to the payment of the foreign debt

We publish here a statement by the International Workers Unity-Fourth International (IWU-FI) in support of the NO vote in the upcoming referendum in Greece to reject austerity policies-SC The working people and youth of Greece are experiencing key moments in … Continue reading

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Call to support the revolution in Syria

We’re publishing here a call for an international gathering to support the Syrian revolution in Istanbul, Turkey on  July 11-12, 2015.-SC Following up the activities in support of the Syrian revolution at the World Social Forum (WSF), in March 2013, … Continue reading

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Salameh Kayleh: “The Syrian revolution continues”

 Interview with Salameh Kayleh, Syrian Revolutionary Salameh Kayleh is a Syrian Marxist intellectual of Palestinian origin. He spent several years imprisoned by the dictatorship of Bashar al Assad. Arrested again in April 2012 and then deported to Jordan. In the … Continue reading

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Solidarity with Palestine refugee camp in Yarmouk, Syria!

We publish here a statement by the International Workers Unity-Fourth International (IWU-FI) in solidarity with Palestinian refugees in Syrian who are under siege by right wing, reactionary forces: The Assad dictatorship and ISIS- SC The Palestinian Yarmouk Camp district, south … Continue reading

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Triumph of the left in Greece! Only the non-payment of the debt and the break with the EU, the Troika, the IMF and their adjustment can provide a solution to the workers and youth!

We publish here a statement on the recent Greek Elections by the International Workers Unity-Fourth International (IWU-FI)-SC Español In the elections of 25 January the left has triumphed. Syriza and its leader Alexis Tsipras have achieved 36.6 percent of the vote, with … Continue reading

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On the re-establisment of diplomatic relations between Cuba and the US

Statement by the International Workers Unity–Fourth International (IWU–FI) on the re-establishment of diplomatic relations between the US and Cuba The announcement of the re-establishment of diplomatic relations, conducted jointly by Barak Obama and Raul Castro, after more than 50 years … Continue reading

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In support of the global campaign to free abducted Syrian fighters

We join and call to support the global campaign against the kidnapping of Samira al-Khalil (*), Razan Zeitoona, Wael Hammada, and Nazem Hammadi, carried out against al-Assad opposition activists who were unarmed. About the kidnappers all indications intersect with the … Continue reading

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