National Sections of the L5I:

Africa

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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Egypt: the revolution confronts the Junta

The Egyptian revolution is fighting back against the military government, as fierce battles rage again in Tahrir square Read more...

The Egyptian Revolution’s new upsurge

Marcus Halaby looks at how the growing strike wave, mass demonstrations in Tahrir square and Israeli embassy protests herald a new wave of revolution. Read more...

Hipocresía imperialista sobre Libia

Las potencias IMPERIALISTAS se vieron atrapadas apoyando al “bando equivocado” en las revoluciones de Túnez y Egipto, señala Richard Brenner. Sólo cuando se hizo evidente que Mubarak caería, cambiaron completamente y empezaron a posar como apóstoles de la democracia. Read more...

After the fall of Gaddafi revolution must go deeper

Gaddafi has been defeated – now the fight is on to save Libya from NATO and the oil grabbing western powers, writes Richard Brenner Read more...

Imperialist hypocrisy over Libya

THE IMPERIALIST powers were caught backing the ‘wrong side’ in the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions, notes Richard Brenner. Only when it became clear that Mubarak would fall, did they turn around and start to pose as apostles of democracy. Read more...