elections

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Issue #1991

Official applauds HK’s new electoral system for balancing social interests, promoting democracy

Hong Kong’s overhauled electoral system balances the interests of the city

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Issue #1958

Lula cleared to run against Bolsonaro after Supreme Court ruling

Former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is clear to run against Jair Bolsonaro in next year’s presidential election ...

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Issue #1966

Peru elects a left-wing president

Pedro Castillo has been confirmed as the next President of Peru after a neck and neck election, defeating Keiko Fujimori.

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Issue #1969

“We deserve respect and peace”

The Nicaraguan government has expressed concerns over foreign interference in its upcoming 7th November general election to determine the next President ...

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Issue #1970

Brazil: Caught between hope and despair

Brazil’s next general election is scheduled to be held next year, on the 2nd October. Former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva of the Workers’...

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Issue #1957

Peru’s electoral authority declares presidential runoff June 6

On a more than 10-hour election day, Peruvians went to the polls to elect their new president; however, the campaign will be extended until June 6 with the second-round runoff.

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Issue #1968

Chile: Poll favours communist candidate in presidential election

According to a survey released on Monday, Daniel Jadue, the candidate for the Communist Party of Chile, is positioned at the top of the polls for the upcoming presidential elections of next November 21.

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Issue #1957

Britain’s local elections will see largest number of communist candidates since 1980s

On May 6, voters in Britain will go to the polls in local elections that will see the largest number of candidates representing the Communist Party (CPB) since the early 1980s.

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Issue #1976

New rules set to target minor parties

The Morrison Government has introduced a raft of bills that will make it more difficult for minor parties to enter the nation’s Federal Parliament.

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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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Issue #1991

Season’s greetings and for a better 2022: the people need socialism more than ever

As we approach the end of 2021, we must reflect on how almost two years of COVID-19 have changed people’s lives.

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Issue #1955

WA election a double-edged sword for workers

Western Australians went to the polls on the 13th of March in a historic state election. The Australian Labor Party (ALP), coming from a substantial majority in the last election, obliterated the two other major parties, and Premier Mark McGowan retained his seat for another term.

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Issue #1978

Vale Fred Paterson

Born on the 13th June 1897 on a pig farm at Gladstone, Fred Paterson became the first communist elected to a state parliament in Australia.

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Editorial Issue #1986

Morrison gov’t wants to restrict your vote

Our democracy is, yet again, under attack.

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