National Sections of the L5I:

The working class

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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...

Belarus: Solidarity with railway workers

On 19 March, railway workers from Belarus closed the railway lines to Ukraine in order to block supplies for the invading Russian troops. Read more...

Solidarity with the Russian anti-war movement!

Since Russia's invasion of Ukraine, there have been protests around the world - including in Russia itself. This article is dedicated to them. Read more...

Freedom convoys: Canada's far-right roadshow

The "anti-vax" movement took a new turn early this year with the launch of the freedom convoy in Canada, sparked by a new mandate law requiring unvaccinated truckers (less than 15 per cent) to quarant Read more...

USA: Despite the Pandemic – The Working Class Awakens

Something is happening with the US working class despite the resurgence of the pandemic with the Omicron wave. They are awakening to militancy. Read more...

India: Farmers' victory against Modi government

After a year of courageous struggle, Indian farmers have humbled India’s “strongman" Narendra Modi. Modi had to broadcast to the nation that he intended to repeal the neoliberal agricultural laws. Read more...

South Africa: 155,000 NUMSA steelworkers on indefinite strike

A mass strike has halted steel production in South Africa since 5 October. Read more...

Texas law triggers US-wide attack on abortion rights

Texas has become the testing ground for a new approach to the nearly 50 year-long battle over abortion rights in the United States. Read more...

German elections: Life in the old dog yet

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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