Monthly Archives: July 2013

Syria on the brink of the U.S. intervention

NATO_AirStrikes_WarCrimeStatement by G. Zyuganov, CC CPRF Chairman

The U.S. Congress has approved arms supply to rebel groups fighting against the legitimate Syrian government. Shipments are bound to start early August. Simultaneously Washington has revealed its military action plan against Damascus, including, i.a. training and equipping rebels outside Syrian borders, U.S. Air Force attacks on Syrian Army and Naval bases, establishment of no-fly and buffer zones, securing chemical weapons. Continue reading

10 reasons for government resignation

Russia - 2013: 10 reasons for government resignation

The Communist party of the Russian Federation steps up with its call for resignation of the ruling government. Despite being approved by President Putin in May 2012, the cabinet of ministers hangs on the long-established policy dating back more than 10 years ago. Earlier the Chairman of the Government D. Medvedev held position of the First vice-chairman of the government and served a 4-year presidential term. He and his cabinet, therefore, are fully responsible for the current social and economic policy and its consequences.

We suppose that the government has led the country to the edge of systematic turmoil. Its policy swiftly worsens… Not a single industrial or agricultural reform has led to positive results. Continue reading