Daniela is a member of the leadership of the New Anticapitalist Party (NPA) and an editor of our sister site Révolution Permanente in France.
Self Organization: How French Rank-and-File Workers Have Circumvented Bureaucratic Leaders to Continue the Strikes
After more than 50 days of strikes in France against the Macron government, workers from the state train company SNCF and the Paris public transport company RATP formed their own Coordinating Committee. This is an example of self-organization and workers’ democracy that is relevant for the entire working class.
Daniela CobetFebruary 17, 2020
Rank-and-File Workers in France Organize to Continue the Strike — Interview with Daniela Cobet
France is experiencing the longest strike since 1968. The union bureaucracies are trying to end the strike — but rank-and-file workers are getting organized, with the support of revolutionaries. Our sister site in Argentina spoke with Daniela Cobet, a leader of the Revolutionary Communist Current (CCR) in France.
Daniela CobetJanuary 22, 2020
The “Yellow Vest” Rebellion – Interview with Daniela Cobet
The popular rebellion that broke out in France in December 2018 has continued for over two months and is reshaping the political landscape across Europe.
Daniela CobetJune 9, 2019
The Emerging Potentials of France’s “Yellow Vest” Movement
Who are the “yellow vest” protesters? What are their demands? What role should the workers’ movement and the far left play in their uprising?
Daniela CobetDecember 3, 2018
Debate with the former majority of the New Anticapitalist Party (NPA) in France
The following article includes discussions on the current situation and prospects for the Nouveau Parti anticapitaliste (NPA - New Anticapitalist Party) of France. It includes the debate about participation in the upcoming elections and “new political representations” such as Syriza and Podemos.
Daniela CobetFebruary 22, 2016