National Sections of the L5I:

France

France: a movement with the spirit of revolution

On 19 October workers and youth mobilised for the sixth day of strike action against President Nicolas Sarkozy’s pension reform. Read more...

Strive wave grips France – now bring down Sarkozy!

The uprising against Sarkozy is growing with refinery workers and tanker drivers crippling oil supplies, thousands of schools have been shut down by student walkouts, and youth from the suburbs have clashed with the police in cities across France. Marc Lasalle reports from Paris. Read more...

France: An indefinite general strike could force the government to its knees!

The class struggle is intensifying in France. On 12 October, more than 3.5 million people demonstrated against the government’s "pension reform". The rolling strikes are gathering momentum every day as more and more people join the fight Read more...

Sarkozy's attack on Roma: Deporting hundreds to poison the minds of millions

Michael Pröbsting shows how the Sarkozy government in France whips up racism against the Roma and migrants to deflect public anger against social cuts Read more...

Disappointing result for New Anticapitalist Party in French regional elections

But the resistance to the crisis continues to grow says Marc Lasalle Read more...

France: sans-papiers strike for their rights

Since last October, 6000 immigrant workers are on strike in the Paris region. Read more...

France's New Anticapitalist Party: strengths and weaknesses

Published in Workers Power 339
The New Anticapitalist Party in France has been the focus of attention for many on the left across Europe. Dave Stockton argues that it has major strengths compared with the timid and reformist "united lefts" and left parties that have arisen in Britain and Europe over the past ten years. Read more...

Non à la privatisation de la Poste! Interdisons les licenciements! Nous ne payerons pas pour leur crise!

Même si les journalistes et les politiciens s'accordent pour dire qu'il y a des signes de reprise de l'économie et que tout ira bientôt mieux, il n'en est rien. Read more...

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