National Sections of the L5I:

Revolutionary Party

Bolivia: Foundation of a new Workers' Party

The idea of an independent workers' party has existed within the Bolivian working class movement for a long time but it was finally given shape with the founding of the “Partido de los Trabajadores” ( Read more...

Elections in Pakistan: Defeat for pro-war parties

The Pakistan elections on 11 May led to a landslide defeat for the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) of the incumbent President, Asif Ali Zardari. Read more...

Pakistan election: Vote Awami Workers' Party - and fight to make it a revolutionary workers' party

On May 11 there will be a general election in Pakistan. Read more...

Socialist Workers Party: Rape and Democracy Crisis: What now?

The Socialist Workers Party, the largest revolutionary socialist organisation in Britain, and one of the largest in the world, is presently convulsed by the most serious crisis in its history. Read more...

US fiscal cliff crisis – postponed, not resolved

The majority of financial analysts and bourgeois economists were quite optimistic about 2013. Read more...

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...

Foundation of Awami Workers' Party in Pakistan

On November 11, the “Awami Workers' Party” will be founded in the city of Lahore. Read more...

US Election: Obama doesn't deserve the workers' votes

It seems like only yesterday that America faced the question of whether Barack Obama would be the country’s first black president. Read more...

A Critic of Trotskyism

Pham Binh, an American socialist, has written a series of articles criticising far left groups on his Planet Anarchy website. Read more...

Statement on Resignations from the British Section of the League

The League for the Fifth International regrets the resignation of 16 comrades, most of them members of our British section, Workers Power, but also members from our Austrian and Czech sections. Read more...