National Sections of the L5I:

Issues

Brazil: the right wing threat and how to fight it

On September 7, Brazil’s national Independence Day, far-right president Jair Bolsonaro called his supporters onto the streets. Read more...

Germany: Elections and the political crisis of the bourgeoisie

With less than a week before Germany's general elections, the latest polls, from September 16, show the SPD, with 26 percent, ahead of the CDU/CSU on 22 percent and the Greens on 15 percent. Read more...

Afghanistan: Women show the way against fundamentalist reaction

Afghan women are leading the way in organising anti-Taliban protests in Kabul and other parts of Afghanistan. They are doing what US and allied occupying forces failed to do: stand up to the Taliban. Read more...

We need a world health service

The NHS is no longer the best healthcare system in the world. Read more...

German Homes Ltd: Yes to a referendum, Yes to expropriation!

With some 250,000 valid signatures, the campaign "Expropriate Deutsche Wohnen & Co." (DWE - Expropriate "German Homes and Co") achieved the best result ever for a Berlin referendum in June. Read more...

The victory of the Taliban and its international significance

The victory of the Taliban and the fall of the Ghani government are a humiliating defeat of global significance for the US and its Western allies. Read more...

French troops out of Mali, down with French colonialism!

In a declaration in June 2021, President Macron announced the end of France's Operation Barkhane in Mali. Read more...

Germany: After the strike is before the strike!

A 48-hour strike on Germany's railways has highlighted several key issues, and not just for railway workers. Read more...

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