On June 6, 2018 the authorities of the Moldavian Transnistrian Republic arrested the Secretary of the UCP – CPSU Central Council, Transnistria communists’ leader Oleg Khorzhan. Prior to his arrest some of our comrades have already been detained.
An absurd accusation has been put forward against the Chairman of the Transnistrian Communist Party Central Committee, a deputy of the Supreme Soviet of the MTR.
Oleg Khorzhan which is known as a courageous and uncompromising fighter for legitimacy, has been accused in attacking law enforcement officers. In such a way the Authorities try to intimidate all independently conceiving citizens as well as to soothe growing social anger in the country.
Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation warmly greets the delegates to the 23rd Congress of the Communist Party of India, all members of the Party, your allies and supporters.
Your Congress takes place at a most difficult moment in international affairs. The global political and economic crisis overwhelms the world bringing the majority of common people back to misery. The bourgeoisie attacks the working class in an attempt to drive a wedge between proletarians to undermine international cooperation between communist parties. The Communist Party of India, being an important national political power actively opposes such an offence protecting the interests of the working class as well as long lasting friendship between Russians and Indians.
The CPRF expresses its gratitude for the vigorous actions undertaken by the CPI to protect that friendship along with the memory about Vladimir Lenin, the founder of the first socialist state in the world. No one is able to break our relations! At the same time, the your Party conducts a wise policy cooperating with other left forces in India to make positive contribution to the development of the country. The CPI actively and consistently stands for the establishment of true democracy in the country, for the rights of common people. The strength of the party is not measured by the number of legislators, but by the presence among workers and peasants, youth and students — all those who support it. Proletarian consciousness, loyalty to the revolutionary party, maximum connection with the masses, strategy, tactics can unite society to achieve common goals: strive for better and fair life, for socialism.
We wish the 23rd Congress successful work. We are confident that the Congress decisions will further strengthen the Party ranks and improve the Party’s prestige in the society.
With fraternal greetings,
Gennady Zyuganov Chairman of the CPRF CC
Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation salutes the delegates to the 22nd Congress of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), its members, allies and all those who support its struggle for interests of common people and their right to live in dignity.
The Party Congress will have to evaluate party’s activity in all areas as well as to assess its leadership, strategy and tactics. The correctness of such an assessment is really vital as your Party Congress takes place in uneasy atmosphere of the hardest international economic and political crisis which inevitably provokes bourgeois assault on common people, their rights and freedoms. But despite of such a complicated situation, the CPI(M) keeps on fighting for our common ideals, for socialism.
The Communist Party of India (Marxist), being an important national political power actively opposes right-wing religious reactionary parties protecting the interests of the working class as well as long lasting friendship between Russians and Indians.
At the same time your Party undertakes all kinds of collaboration with national and international left forces to make positive contribution to the development of the country and international communist movement as well.
The CPI(M) actively and consistently stands for the true democracy in India, for the rights of common people despite of growing pressure from reactionary forces.
The CPRF expresses its solidarity with your struggle for our common goal.
We wish the 22nd Congress successful work. We are confident that Congress decisions will further strengthen the Party ranks and improve the Party’s prestige in the society.
With fraternal greetings,
Central Committee of the Communist Party
of the Russian Federation
On behalf of the CPRF Central Committee I would like to present my sincere congratulations to the delegates to the X Congress of the Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia, party members and supporters.
The Party Congress will have to evaluate party’s activity in all areas as well as to assess its leadership. The correctness of such an assessment is really vital as your Party Congress takes place in uneasy atmosphere of the hardest international economic and political crisis which inevitably provokes bourgeois assault on common people, their rights and freedoms. But despite of such a complicated situation, being the glorious successor of the Czech Communist Party you keep on fighting for our common ideals, for socialism.
Since the date of estimation our parties have been linked with fraternal ties tested by joint struggle with global dominance of imperialism and neo-fascism, with socialism as a cornerstone of our politics. We highly appreciate these ties and do all the best to strengthen them in the future.
The CPRF highlights the efficient contribution of the KSCM to our joint activity, mutual understanding and your support of our international initiatives as well as wise leadership of the Party Chairman.
A daunting amount still remains to be done, but ourcollaboration is the key to success of the struggle.
We wish the X Congress of the Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia a successful work. We are confident, that the decisions, adopted by the Congress should serve to further strengthen your party ranks and raise its authority in the country as well as among communist parties of the world.
Socialism is the future of the mankind. Let’s work to it together!
Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation
El PCFR junto con el bloque de las fuerzas de izquierda y patriótico-nacionales presentó la candidatura de Pável Nikolaevich Grudinin para la presidencia de la Federación de Rusia.
Lamentablemente, toda la campaña electoral se convirtió en una operación especial para desprestigiar a nuestro candidato.
El 18 de marzo se celebran las elecciones del presidente de la Federación de Rusia. Tendrán una significación trascendental para el futuro de Rusia.
El bloque del Partido Comunista de la Federación de Rusia, las fuerzas de izquierda y las fuerzas patrióticas-nacionales presentó un programa muy preciso “Los 20 pasos” que permitirá cambiar el vector de desarrollo de nuestro país, garantizar la educación y asistencia médica gratuitas, salarios, pensiones, becas y prestaciones sociales dignos, sí como frenar el crecimiento de los precios y tarifas y mejorar la vida de las personas.
Según la Constitución de Rusia, el pueblo es la única fuente del poder y el mismo pueblo tiene que estar informado en plena medida sobre los candidatos, sus programas y sus conceptos del futuro del país.
Entretanto, el horario propuesto para los debates en la TV entre los candidatos a presidente será en horas muy avanzadas de la noche y en la madrugada muy temprana, y ello significa claramente que no podrán verlos un importante número de electores que trabajan, sobre todo en la Rusia Central donde vive la mayor parte de habitantes. Al mismo tiempo, el mejor horario de la TV se concede a los programas de calidad a veces dudosa.
Los ciudadanos que se preocupan del bienestar del país tampoco pueden aceptar que los debates no sean transmitidos en directo sino grabados, lo que hace posible someter a la censura las intervenciones de los candidatos.
Me dirijo a todos los candidatos a presidente de la Federación de Rusia, a la Comisión electoral central de la FR y a los dirigentes de las cadenas de TV con el llamado de respaldar mi exigencia de transmitir los debates en directo y en un horario que permita al número máximo de electores conocer el programa de cada uno de los candidatos.
Solamente así podremos asegurar elecciones realmente libres y honestas.
Candidato a presidente
de la Federación de Rusia