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  • by First-hand report by Marco Tesei, Socialist Party (England and Wales)
    Since 9 July 2021, a remarkable story of a working-class fightback has developed in Campi Bisenzio, on the industrial outskirts of Florence, Italy. On that day, the entire 500-strong workforce of GKN Driveline Firenze, a […] The post Florence’s GKN factory occupation longest in Italy’s history appeared first on .
  • by Berkay Kartav
    In the presidential run-off election on 28 May, the incumbent Recep Tayyip Erdogan was re-elected as Turkey’s president, beating his opponent from the Kemalist Republican People’s Party (CHP) Kemal Kilicdaroglu by less than three million […] The post Turkey: Erdogan retains power in narrow victory but crisis will continue appeared first on .
  • by Statement by the Democratic Socialist Movement (CWI Nigeria)
    When the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) announced an indefinite general strike to respond to the provocative removal of petrol subsidy by the newly elected administration of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, we of the Democratic Socialist […] The post Nigeria Labour Congress suspends general strike over government’s fuel subsidy removal appeared first on .
  • by Yuva Balan, Socialist Alternatif (CWI Malaysia)
    On May 14th, Thailand voters came out resoundingly against the nine-year military rule by casting their votes for anti-junta parties. The newly formed Move Forward Party (MFP) became the biggest party in parliament by winning […] The post Voters in Thailand resoundingly reject military rule appeared first on .
  • by Reviewed by Peter Taaffe
    At a time of increasing turmoil in the US and globally, Bernie Sanders has produced a devastating critique of capitalism. But unfortunately, not with a clear path to a real socialist and democratic alternative. This […] The post Book review: It’s OK to Be Angry About Capitalism, by Bernie Sanders appeared first on .

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