Revolutionary Communist Current (CCR), France
Balance Sheet of the Anasse Kazib Presidential Campaign in France: Laying the Groundwork for a Revival of the Far Left
French revolutionary presidential candidate Anasse Kazib was unable to overcome the undemocratic barrier to achieving ballot status — on top of all sorts of other imaginable obstacles. But the campaign succeeded in raising a far-left voice that engaged large layers of workers and youth. The experience has been rich in lessons, and it bodes well for the future.
Anasse 2022 Campaign TeamApril 4, 2022
French Hospital Worker Makes the Call to Nationalize Healthcare under the Control of Workers
Speaking at a November 24 campaign rally for Anasse Kazib, the revolutionary rail worker running for president of France, a hospital laundry worker and local trade union leader makes a compelling case for nationalizing healthcare under the control of the workers who provide the actual care and services in hospitals, clinics, and elsewhere.
Marie-Laure CharcharDecember 3, 2021
Excluded from the NPA, We Begin the Process of Building a New Revolutionary Organization: Statement of 296 NPA Activists
This declaration addresses the de facto expulsion from the organization of its 296 signers, militants of the New Anticapitalist Party in France from 34 of the party’s committees. For the militants of Révolution Permanente and the CCR, the Trotskyist Fraction – Fourth International group that is a tendency within the NPA, it opens a new stage in the fight to build a revolutionary workers party in France.
Révolution PermanenteJune 10, 2021
Why Is the New Anticapitalist Party in France Trying to Kick Out its Left Wing?
The New Anticapitalist Party (NPA) in France is in crisis, as the leadership attempts to kick out the principal left-wing opposition. This is important for the international Left — but not necessarily easy to understand. An FAQ about the NPA’s crisis.
Nathaniel FlakinJune 10, 2021
“Dare to Struggle, Dare to Win”: An Open Letter to the Comrades of AyR and L’Étincelle, and to the Members of the Tendency for a Revolutionary International (TRI)
A former member of the Canadian section of the USFI and former International Coordinator for Socialist Action/Ligue pour lÁction Socialiste offers a response to the attacks against the Revolutionary Communist Current in France by sectors within the New Anticapitalist Party. His reflections are part of an ongoing debate about the formation of an international revolutionary socialist organization in France, a critical discussion for socialists around the world.
Rob LyonsJune 4, 2021
How Does the Revolutionary Left in France Intervene in the Strike?
With entire sectors of workers on strike in France, there is ample opportunity for the Left to intervene decisively in the struggle. The Revolutionary Communist Current (CCR) has used its influence in workplaces and its national coverage of the struggle to push for a generalization of the strike and to fight against the capitulations of the union bureaucracy.
Left VoiceJanuary 22, 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.
Left VoiceJanuary 22, 2020
Ten Years After Its Founding, the Time Has Come for the NPA to Launch a Revolutionary Party
The leadership of the New Anticapitalist Party (NPA) in France met on September 28–29. The militants of the Revolutionary Communist Current (CCR), who publish the website Révolution Permanente, submitted the following motion. In the situation opened by the Yellow Vests, the time has come to launch a mass revolutionary party. While the text was not adopted, we will continue to defend this line.
Révolution PermanenteOctober 12, 2019
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.
Left VoiceJune 9, 2019