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Xenophobes must not be allowed to curtail right to free movement

“We are in favour of freedom of movement and equality of rights without any ifs or buts attached,” GUE/NGL MEP Cornelia Ernst affirmed in this afternoon’s European Parliament debate with Commissioner Reding on the right to free movement within the EU. Ernst congratulated Bulgarian and Romanian citizens as limits applying to workers from those countries … Continue reading

Why French anti-fascists took to the streets this weekend

Thousands marched in Paris and other cities in France this weekend to protest against  violence by far right groups which claimed the life of Clement Meric, a student union and anti-fascist activist. Below is a joint statement by the organisers and supporters of the demonstrations: Fascism kills. Together, we can fight it! On 5 June, right-wing militants … Continue reading

Germany shows solidarity with struggling southern neighbours

The same day the European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi delivered his bombshell declaration that the European welfare state was no more, the Continent’s Great Power, Germany issued orders to stop welfare payments to non-German nationals. Whether coincidence or not, the move by the Federal Labour Agency on February 23 has helped put some flesh … Continue reading

Financial authoritarianism under “national salvation” disguise: European Left

“The rapid developments in Greece and Italy are -above all- dramatically confirming one thing: neoliberalism is incompatible with democracy. The bipartisan preachers of ultra-austerity and social destruction are terrified of being exposed to popular verdict. That’s why they refuse to go to extra-ordinary elections, first in Greece and now in Italy and, instead, invent the … Continue reading

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