National Sections of the L5I:

Austria

A split in the Austrian section

At the last International Executive Committee (IEC) of the League, five comrades of the Austrian section, calling themselves the Bolshevik Opposition, including long standing members Michael Pröbsting and Nina Gunic, were expelled from the organisation for conducting a deliberately destructive and unprincipled factional campaign in the Austrian section against its new, young leadership, and also planning to take this campaign into Revolution in Austria. Read more...

“We are all Araksya” - Report from the school strike against deportations of young migrants

People have taken to the streets in demonstration in Vienna, Austria, against the deportation of a 14 year old student Read more...

Free Palestine march through Vienna

Report from the spontaneous militant demonstration in Vienna on 1st June Read more...

Revolutionärin: Who we are and what we want

The editorial of the first issue of Revolutionärin, the magazine of the Revolutionary Women's Collective in Austria. Read more...

Video: Vienna university in Occupation

Thousands of students have occupied the University of Vienna. This video explains what the occupation is about and why the student are fighting

UPDATE: Read a full interview with league member Roman Birke here Read more...

Stop Israel’s War of Terror - 8,000 People march in Vienna

On Friday, 2nd January, more than 8,000 people participated in the second demonstration in Vienna against Israel’s terrorist war. This demonstration was called by many Muslim associations. Read more...

Down with Israel's terrorist war!

The first demonstration in Vienna against Israel’s terrorist war was a complete success with 2.000 participants. The demonstration was called by the Antiimperialist Camp, the Arab-Palestine Club and the League of Socialist Revolution (LSR) and supported by well-known Austrian Social Forum activists like Leo Gabriel and Hermann Dworczak. Read more...

Dramatic gains for Austrian far right are a danger for the working class

The death of Jorg Haider, the leader of the Alliance for the Future of Austria, was no loss to humanity. Indeed, many will be pleased to see the end of this right wing demagogue who celebrated the memory of the Waffen SS and praised the "employment policies" of the Third Reich. However, his passing may prove to be a benefit to the extreme right in Austria. Read more...

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