Issue #1949

The Guardian • Issue #1949 • February 15, 2021

Issue #1949

Ignoring workers: the government’s “recovery” is grim

The underemployed need more hours of work. Low and middle-income workers need a wage rise, job security, and affordable public housing.

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Editorial Issue #1949

Coalition, ALP condemn communism as “Extreme”

On the 3rd of February, the Senate, unfortunately, passed a motion to condemn “all […] extremist groups which seek to promote fascism, communism, anarchism, violence and bigotry in our community.”

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Support the just struggle of India’s farmers

The Communist Party of Australia supports the just struggle of the farmers of India for the repeal of legislation in the Indian Parliament that hands control of farm produce to the transnational corporations.

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McBride: the making of a whistleblower

“Something would have died inside of me” reflected Whistleblower Major David McBride this week ...

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Ever increasing precarity for public education amidst TAFE funding cuts and privatisation

The Federal Government continues to neglect public Vocational Education and Training, diminishing accessibility for many Australians.

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Victoria bans conversion therapy

CW: discussion of conversion practices, anti-LGBTQ+ violence.

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PCV to President Nicolas Maduro: our fight is for the triumph of revolutionary popular unity

With foundations in its ideological, political and organisational autonomy and independence, the Communist Party of Venezuela (PCV) is committed to confronting US-European imperialist aggression.

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Musings on governance: past, present, and future

The present lack of mass support for a genuinely working-class party in countries such as Australia, the UK, and the US, is a void that ensures that the mainstream space of political discourse is unanimous in its backing for ruling-class interests, against those of the working people.

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The CPV Congress in review

The Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) concluded its week-long 13th National Party Congress on the 1st of February. The Congress, held every five years, was...

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