Democratic Socialist Movement

For Struggle, Solidarity and Socialism in Nigeria

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Release Aruleba and Durojaiye Now!*

National Conscience Party Lagos State Chapter Release Aruleba and Durojaiye Now!* No to Attack on Freedom of Speech and the Civilian Dictatorship! The National Conscience Party (NCP) Lagos State Chapter totally condemns the unjust detention and illegal trial of two journalists: Gbenga Aruleba of Africa Independent Television (AIT) and Rotimi Durojaiye of the Daily Independent Newspapers, and demands their immediate

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POLITICAL SUMMIT OF WORKING PEOPLE TOWARDS POLITICAL POWER

POLITICAL SUMMIT OF WORKING PEOPLE TOWARDS POLITICAL POWER VITAL BACKGROUND INFORMATION Statement by the organisers, the United Action for Democracy (UAD) & Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) The alliance between Labour and the radical constituencies of the oppressed classes in our country which dates back to the pre and post independence struggle is a strategic collaboration in the context of the

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BUILDING A FORMIDABLE POLITICAL ALTERNATIVE TOWARDS 2007 ELECTIONS

Political Summit of Working People for Power BUILDING A FORMIDABLE POLITICAL ALTERNATIVE TOWARDS 2007 ELECTIONS Notwithstanding the proclamation of both local and international observers that the 2003 general elections were massively rigged and manipulated to suit the ruling parties and politicians’ interest in perpetuating themselves in power, these leaders came out to declare millions of votes they allegedly received from

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Attack on DSM national office

Nigeria Attack on DSM national office On Saturday June 10, 2006 about 5 armed robbers attacked the National Secretariat (centre) of the Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) at around 9pm while four DSM comrades, including a female member, and about 5 sympathisers were watching the Argentina-Cote d’Ivoire World Cup match. The armed robbers, who were in their 20s, went away with

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Links

Links International Web-Sites: Main website of the CWI Marxist resource for the Committee for a Workers’ International (CWI) Websites of some of our main sister parties are listed here: Australia – Socialist Party Austria – Sozialistische LinksPartei (SLP) Belgium (LSP-MAS) Canada – Socialist Alternative Czech Republic – Socialist Alternative Finland – Sosialistinen Vaihtoehto France – Gauche Revoluionnaire Germany – Socialist

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About the Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM)

About the Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) History The Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM), the Nigerian affiliate of the Committee for a Workers’ International, has already almost two decades long history of struggle. Formed by labour and student socialist activists we had our first, founding conference in 1986. Because of the era of military dictatorship in which it was born, our organisation