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.
It is with regret that I cannot be there with you for this celebration of the youth of SYRIZA which, obviously, is a great occasion.
I turn to you today full of hope. Because it could be that in Greece the history accelerates for the better. And because I feel that what we are building at the European level is not only useful, but it bears its fruit little by little.
The Party of the European Left (EL) congratulates the feminist movement and all organization and parties of the European Left, especially the PCE and Izquierda Unida, on the victory obtained in its struggle, in the streets and in the institutions, to manage to stop the retrograde draft of abortion law by the Popular Party in Spain limiting the fundamental right o
The Scottish people voted against the independence of their country. However, the sequence they have just lived will remain on their minds for long time. In a certain way, the “yes” won, too. David Cameron should listen this message and draw conclusions about the policy he's leading.
Israeli troops, temporarily having pulled back, leave behind devastation and desolation in Gaza.
The actual military actions of Israel already involved thousands of dead Palestinians, most of them civilians. Men, women and children were hit by shells or were buried in bombed houses, where they had been seeking shelter. Even hospitals and UN-buildings are no secure place of refuge anymore.