National Sections of the L5I:

Pakistan

Pakistan: Capitalist crisis and the working class

Since Imran Khan lost a parliamentary vote of confidence and Shahbaz Sharif of the Pakistan Muslim League (N) replaced him as prime minister, the political crisis wracking the country has taken even s Read more...

Pakistan: Imran Khan forced out – the political crisis continues

Imran Khan's time as prime minister ended in the last moments of Saturday, 9th April, after weeks of political crisis and a power struggle between his PTI-led government and the opposition. Read more...

Pakistan: Gwadar's struggle against capitalist "development"

The port city of Gwadar in Balochistan is the starting point for the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, CPEC, a key strategic link in Beijing's "Belt and Road Initiative". Read more...

Down with rape and torture! International solidarity with climate activists in Karachi!

The League for the Fifth International is deeply concerned over reports of the rape and torture of a climate activist on the night before the December 12 Climate March in Karachi. Read more...

Pakistan: Clerical fascism rears its ugly head again

The forces of clerical fascism, embodied by the Tehreek Labbaik Pakistan, TLP, have asserted their growing strength with mass demonstrations across Pakistan. Read more...

We will not be Silenced: Solidarity with Pakistan's Women's Movement

In Pakistan, violence against women and rape cases doubled in the last six months of 2020, cases of child abuse even tripled. Read more...

Pakistan: Down with state repression! International solidarity with Kashmir!

As reports of the Pakistani state preparing a major police operation against Kashmiris pour in, the League for the Fifth International sends solidarity to the people of Kashmir who went on strike on t Read more...

Pakistan: International solidarity with missing IMT member

The League for the Fifth International sends internationalist solidarity to the International Marxist Tendency whose member, Amar Fayaz, was whisked away by cops and armed men in plain clothes in the Read more...

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