National Sections of the L5I:

Africa

Egypt: despite the constitution fraud, Morsi can still be stopped

President Mohammed Morsi's December referendum victory for a constitution he rushed through a puppet Constituent Assembly does not have a shred of democratic legitimacy. Read more...

Syria: Victory to the revolution! No to any imperialist intervention!

As the civil war moves towards its climax, the question of the future “new order" in Syria inevitably comes to the fore. Read more...

Egypt: The 18th Brumaire of Mohammed Morsi – and how to stop it

Journalists have suggest that praise from US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton for his services over the Gaza ceasefire went to the head of President Mohammed Morsi. Read more...

South African miners rock the ANC

Condemn the Marikana massacre – unite to win demands

The League for the Fifth International condemns the brutal massacre – reminiscent of the Apartheid era – of 34 striking miners at the Marikana platinum mine, Rustenburg, South Africa. Read more...

Muslim Brotherhood election – no victory for Egyptian workers

The election of Mohammed Morsi, candidate of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), the electoral front of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) - represents a defeat for the Egyptian Revolution, not a limited de Read more...

Egypt: Elections open road to counter-revolution

The principal demand of the February 2011 protests that marked the beginning of Egypt’s revolution was for President Hosni Mubarak’s immediate resignation. Read more...

Nigeria: cut in the fuel subsidy sparks general strike

 
Millions of people in Nigeria are taking action against their government for cutting fuel subsidies, writes Dave Stockton. But the movements leaders are proving to be hopeless
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