L'Humanité in English
Translation of selective papers from the french daily newspaper l'Humanité
decorHome > Politics > The Communist Party launches its Paris convention on policy
 

EditorialWorldPoliticsEconomySocietyCultureScience & TechnologySport"Tribune libre"Comment and OpinionTranslators’ CornerLinksBlog of Cynthia McKennonBlog of Tom GillBlog of Hervé FuyetBlog of Kris WischenkamperBlog of Gene ZbikowskiBlog of G. AshaBlog of Joseph M. Cachia Blog of Peggy Cantave FuyetBlog of Nicola Miguleuff
About France, read also
decor“Now, the refugees live like us, with us” decorFor the Front National, asserting your birth-rights is done with the fists decorHollande is Satisfied with his International Politics decorHigh-school Students in Saint-Denis Study the Concept of Love decorStop the airstrikes in Syria and Strenghten the UN decor“Universal access to water has given way to economic interest” decorThe 99%: pleading on behalf of the ’us’ in politics decorA Toxic Law, Poisonous to Health decorJean-Luc Mélenchon, Former Presidential Candidate For the Front de gauche, Launches His Candidacy For 2017 decorAt the end of 2015 the figures are astounding: decorEsther Benbassa: “Returning common law to the judiciary is a must” decorJean-Pierre Bosino: “The unacceptable challenge to the separation of powers”
Politics

ORIGINAL FRENCH ARTICLE: Le Parti communiste lance à Paris sa convention sur le projet

by Gérarld Rossi

The Communist Party launches its Paris convention on policy

Translated Saturday 20 June 2015, by Adrian Jordan

Since its last congress (2013) the French Communist Party (PCF) “is drafting its policy”.

Since its last congress (2013) the French Communist Party (PCF) “is drafting its policy”. After conventions on Europe and industry, the National Council decided to up the pace and is launching its national convention on policy. It will take place this Wednesday, 20 May, at the national headquarters in Paris. The PCF indicates that “the text will be presented with the aim of dealing with strategy, obstacles and prospects found along the path [it] proposes for France”. In the text, its key issues are the “credible and unifying breaking from liberal politics. To get away from austerity and the crisis [...] in a complex and dangerous political period, many of our fellow citizens are ready to build an alternative left”. In this context, “this text is a starting point from which to build confidence, to build interest in engaging in this collective task”, the PCF explains.


Follow site activity RSS 2.0 | Site Map | Translators’ zone | SPIP