Sunday, 18. February 2018

Workers' Party of Korea released a commentary rebuking the hostility of US and its allies against their misleading accusations of DPRK being involved in cyber attacks.

ICP, 2 February 2018

As the cyber attack accusations turned out to be false, Workers Party of Korea released a commentary on January 29th, rebuking the hostility of US and its allies such as Britain against DPRK and their misleading accusations of DPRK being involved in cyber attacks.

  1. Bring Down Input Cost of Agriculture Production

(Adopted by N.C.)

The farmers of the country are facing acute distress due to rising input cost and they are forced to sell their agri-produce at the throw away prices. The Communist Party of India in its considered opinion is of the view that the BJP-NDA government led by Narendra Modi have deceived the farming community by not implementing the promises made during 2014 election campaign.

The World Federation of Trade Unions representing 92 million workers in the 5 continents stands on the side of garment workers of Bangladesh who are struggling, demanding monthly dignified minimum wages.

The garment industry gives extremely low wages to the workers although garments constitute the vast majority of Bangladesh’s exports. The WFTU expresses its support and solidarity to the militant struggles of the class oriented trade union movement and the working class of Bangladesh.

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World Federation of Trade Unions

The World Federation of Trade Unions, representing more than 92 million workers, denounce the phenomenon of illiteracy in the whole planet and especially in the continent of Asia. While we are approaching the year 2018 the recorded rates of illiteracy are still extremely high.

According to the Unesco data the World illiteracy rate is 13.7% which would imply that about a billion people have not even the most elementary education and have not the ability of reading and writing. According to the Unesco data of the last decades the majority of the illiteracy people (almost 70%) lives in Asia the half of the illiteracy world population lives in the area of South Asia.

More than 450 representatives of parties across the political spectrum in 122 countries gathered in Beijing over the December 1-3 weekend in a 'high-level' meeting called by the Communist Party of China (CPC) to discuss the theme of 'Working Together for a Shared Future for Humanity'.

The Communist Party was represented by general secretary Robert Griffiths and international secretary John Foster.

More than 450 representatives of parties across the political spectrum in 122 countries gathered in Beijing over the weekend in a three-day 'high-level' meeting called by the Communist Party of China (CPC).

They were joined by 151 leaders and officials of the CPC international department and associated state and party institutions to discuss the theme of 'Working Together for a Shared Future for Humanity'.

Nhan DanNhan Dan, the Central Organ of the Communist Party of Vietnam, published an editorial about the 100th anniversary of the October Revolution:

A century ago, the success of the Russian October Revolution, led by the Bolsheviks and Vladimir Lenin, shook the world by breaking a major link of the capitalist-imperialist system and opening a new era for mankind.

It was the first time in history that the working people rose up to seize power and build a completely new form of society in a new era - the era of transition to socialism on a global scale.

kke greeceOn October 19, 2017 a meeting of parliamentary delegations of the Greece - Kazakhstan Friendship group (from the Greek side) and the Kazakhstan - Greece Friendship Group (on the Kazakhstan side) took place in the Greek Parliament. Members of all political parties in the Greek Parliament participate in the Friendship Groups according to their parliamentary strength. Diamanto Manolakou, MP of the KKE, participated in the composition of this committee, while the members of the delegation of the Kazakh parliament were A. Tasbulatov and A. Konurov.

Ri Yong Ho. Photo: UN Photo/Cia PakRi Yong Ho. Photo: UN Photo/Cia PakNew York, 23rd September 2017

Mr. President,

First of all, allow me to congratulate Your Excellency Mr. Miroslav Lajcak on your election as the President of the 72nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly. I look forward to successful outcome of the present session under your able guidance. Before going into the main points in my debate, I feel forced to make comments on the speech uttered four days ago by someone called the U.S. president that rendered this sacred UN arena tainted.

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