Revolutionary Communist Current (CCR), France
French Socialists Call for General Strike to Oust Macron, Abolish Senate
The following statement was written by Courant Communiste Révolutionnaire (CCR), a group within the NPA in France. It was published on December 5.
Révolution PermanenteDecember 6, 2018
337 Reported Wounded by Police Violence on the Day of the Referendum in Catalonia
Polls opened at 5AM on Sunday, October 1 in Spain for the referendum on the question of Catalonia’s independence.
Amelia RoblesOctober 1, 2017
Révolution Permanente Celebrates One Year Anniversary
Inspired by similar experiences in other Spanish-speaking countries led by La Izquierda Diario, an international digital network of socialist news and politics, we launched Révolution Permanente in French on June 9, 2015. A year later, our bet has been won and new horizons await us.
Révolution PermanenteJune 11, 2016
Left Platform Leads the Vote for the NPA National Conference
At preparatory meetings for the NPA’s National Conference on March 19 and 20, the platform that unites the left of the party is in the lead with 41% of the vote.
Révolution PermanenteMarch 20, 2016
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
The Left of the New Anticapitalist Party (NPA) Unites to Form Platform A
Divided into four different platforms during the Third Congress in January 2015, the left tendencies of the Nouveau Parti anticapitaliste (NPA - New Anticapitalist Party) have now come together on the basis of a common platform for the National Conference to be held in March, where the position the party takes on the next presidential elections will be decided.
Platform AFebruary 18, 2016
France’s State of Emergency and Challenges for the Radical Left
“All the way to the right," the slogan that best defines the current policy of the French government–and more broadly of the entire political spectrum. The government has cynically made use of the November 13 Paris attacks to push its “state of emergency” to the limit, yet it is now facing the first expressions of resistance. This situation presents the far left with the challenges of building a broad, united opposition movement, as well as an independent political alternative to both the government and the reformist left.
Daniela CobetFebruary 10, 2016