Press service of the CPRF Central Committee 08/05/2013 05:13pm
A few days ago Israel launched air strikes on Syrian territory. These attacks can be assessed only as an act of aggression against a sovereign state. The UN Charter qualifies aggression as the gravest crime against peace.
Such actions were only possible due to the fact that Tel Aviv for decades brazenly violates international law. Continue reading →
Una jornada evocadora de la gran obra revolucionaria y social de Vladimir Ilich Lenin, líder de la Revolución de Octubre y fundador del primer estado socialista del mundo, se desarrolló este domingo en el Parque que lleva su nombre, en la capital cubana, al cumplirse el aniversario 143 de su natalicio.
Una ofrenda floral fue depositada al pie del monumento del líder del proletariado, a cargo de representantes del Instituto Cubano de Amistad con los Pueblos, de las embajadas rusa y venezolana, y directivos de la instalación recreativa ,en una ceremonia en la que quedaron patentizadas la admiración y respeto que sienten por Lenin los cubanos.
To the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela Nicolas Maduro
Dear Comrade President!
The Venezuelan people have made their choice. You, the faithful ally of Hugo Chavez, have been elected President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. Your victory is encouraging citizens of your country and ensuring that the building of social housing, clinics and schools will be continued, that there will be free education and Venezuela will continue independent domestic and foreign policy. Continue reading →
“I believe that the victory of Nicolas Maduro is natural. He is a promising and interesting politician, a son of the people, a longtime colleague and follower of Hugo Chavez, and the Chavez’s politics enjoys a stable and popular support in Venezuela, is admired in many countries around the globe.
The Leap Year of the Dragon: Russia Prepares to Resist Plunder
The leap year 2012 is receding into history. The year of the Black Dragon saw the worsening of Russia’s existing problems and brought many new problems. The country’s life during this period was marked by a tough confrontation between two trends. On the one hand, the majority of the Russian people were increasingly wanting to throw off their necks the multitude of parasites who were robbing them and bring about a turn for the better. On the other hand, the current “masters of Russia” went out of their way to continue milking the authorities. The contest of these two trends determined the social and political situation.
Gennady Zyuganov, Chairman of the CPRF Central Committee
Will Russia be able to weather the tempests and storms?
For decades Western propaganda has been trumpeting that the Soviet Union and its “satellites” were to blame for conflicts in the world and the appearance of trouble spots on the planet’s map. Western politicians and the media brazenly claimed that the USSR was harboring expansionist plans. Twenty years have passed since the collapse of the Soviet Union. Has the world become any safer?