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Greek People and Workers Demonstrated Massively against the New Anti-Social Security Assault!

? The Communist Party of Greece (marxist – leninist) salutes the thousands of people who demonstrated massively all over the country against the new anti-insurance assault that the government of SYRIZA-ANEL prepares under the orders of the imperialists of US and EU. The 4th of February strike had very high percentages in [...]

China commands that even retired officials shun religion

yesterdayReligion : FaithWorld

Chinese officials who are also Communist Party officials are banned from religious activities even when they have retired, and must also oppose what the government terms cults, state media said on Friday.

The zombie slayer sent to square China's SOE circle

Former Rio raider Xiao Yaqing has been set the crucial task of threading China's SOE reforms through the needle of Communist Party control.

Elixir of Life

I have decided to treat myself to a copy of David Aaronovitch's new book - "Party Animals: My Family and other Communists - dark memories of Marxism" which I'm sure will be a great read. But to celebrate the occasion I thoughtI'd re-publish...Show More Summary

China’s Antigraft Campaign Isn’t ‘House of Cards,’ People’s Daily Says

If China’s anticorruption crusade is working so well in cleaning up the Communist party, why is Beijing worried that some think that the campaign is really just a struggle for political power?

The Westport Independent review

Though Pravda is well-known as the Russian Communist Party's official newspaper, it's always worth remembering that it didn't start out like that. Pravda was initially a magazine that covered the arts, literature and society-at-large, before being taken over at editorial level by Bolsheviks and becoming the organ of record for tractor production. Show More Summary

What Political Upheaval? In Vietnam, One Communist Leader Like Another

The bitter struggle for top leadership in Vietnam’s Communist Party finallyreacheda sweet-and-sour respite. The manat the top got a nod last week to keep his seat for five more years. It’s sweet because we know his steady, cautious leadership style. It’s sour if you’re an investor because the prime minister, [...]

From Bloc Rouge (Maoist unification) to the Maoist Communist Party!

The Unification Process For several years already, Maoists are re-establishing their territory in France. This effort has taken a new turn when, in 2012, comrades from the Maoist Communist Party of France (PCM) and members of the ROCML subsequently left and joined the International Conference in Support of the People’s War in India which [...]

Top technocrat seen as safe hands in Vietnam's new leadership

HANOI (Reuters) - In a country where factions, loyalties and connections can determine plum political posts, few among Vietnam's banking community would argue Nguyen Van Binh's rise to the Communist Party's politburo is without meri...

New Vietnamese Leadership Must Urgently Rehabilitate Country's Appalling Human Rights Record

With the news that incumbent Nguy?n Phú Trong is poised to continue as General Secretary of the Viet Nam Communist Party, following a secretive leadership race with outgoing Prime Minister Nguy?n T?n D?ng, he must urgently move to rehabilitate...Show More Summary

Vietnam party boss says tough job ahead for new, expanded leadership

HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnam's Communist Party unveiled a new politburo on Thursday with 12 newcomers and members of the controversial outgoing premier's cabinet, expanding the leadership of a party facing a "heavy" workload of economic reforms.

Vietnam’s Communist Party Gives Leader Additional 5-Year Term

last weekNews : NYTimes: News

Keeping Nguyen Phu Trong, 71, in place could slow economic liberalization but is seen as unlikely to alter how Vietnam balances its ties to China and the United States.

Vietnam Communist Party re-elects Trong as leader

HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnam's Communist Party re-elected Nguyen Phu Trong as its leader on Wednesday, a party source and state media said, a widely expected outcome after the exit from the politburo of the country's powerful prime minister.

Vietnam’s Communist Party Boss Cements Hold on Power With Re-Election

The conservative Nguyen Phu Trong saw off a brief challenge from the former prime minister

Vietnam party retains key policymakers, cabinet posts not guaranteed

HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnam's Communist Party re-elected to its central committee key policymakers and ministers of the current government on Tuesday, signaling wholesale changes may not ensue after Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung's political exit.

Vietnam PM out of contention in party leadership, political exit looms

HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnam's prime minister looked set for a political exit after the Communist Party congress accepted his withdrawal from an internal election on Monday, sources said, ruling him out of a bid for the party leadershi...

Putin Says Still Likes Communist, Socialist Ideas

Russian President Vladimir Putin said that he still kept his Communist party identification document, despite the dissolution of the Soviet Union.

Vietnam's progressive PM not nominated for party leadership

HANOI (Reuters) - Top decision-makers in Vietnam's ruling Communist Party have agreed on one nomination for each of the country's four key leadership posts, a top official said on Sunday, a line-up that excludes the country's powerful prime minister.

Hebei party officials help migrant workers book train tickets home ahead of Spring Festival

2 weeks agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

A group of volunteers from the local branch of the communist party in Hebei have set up a team to help migrant workers go online and buy train tickets home so that they can reunite with their family over Spring Festival. [ more › ]

This Interactive Graphic Reveals China's Massive Anti-Corruption Campaign

Since taking office in 2013, Xi Jinping has been on a mission to root out corruption among the ranks of the Communist Party. Xi, whose efforts have affected both high-ranking officials and those lower on the totem pole, is keen on re-establishing party discipline. Show More Summary

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