Cameroon: a Marxist approach to the national crisis By StÃ©phane Delcros, Linkse Socialistische Partij / Parti Socialiste de Lutte (LSP/PSL), CWI in Belgium Ten years ago the economic crisis broke loose. The lives of many young people and working people were turned upside down. In order to maintain the profits of the economic elite, a bolder neoliberal policy was adopted.
SPN DEMANDS AN END TO JUMBO SALARIES AND ALLOWANCES FOR ALL POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS PLACE POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS ON THE CIVIL SERVICE WAGE STRUCTURE! The revelation by Senator Shehu Sanni that each senator earns whopping N13.5 million monthly allowances aside from their N750, 000 monthly consolidated salary is not new. It confirms the correctness of the consistent campaign of the
REPEAL LAGOS STATE LAND USE CHARGE LAW 2018 REDUCTION IS A DECEIT Tax the Rich, Not the Poor The Socialist Party of Nigeria (SPN) Lagos State Chapter condemns the new land use charge recently introduced by the Lagos state government and calls for the total repeal of this obnoxious law. We are not swayed by the purported reduction of the
2018 International Women’s Day in Nigeria H.T. Soweto, Democratic Socialist Movement (CWI Nigeria) Just like previous years, International Women’s Day in Nigeria was celebrated by the trade unions with low-key activities. Compared with efforts that go into preparation for May Day, how the trade unions mark women’s day is one way to understand the status of working women in the
2018 International Women’s Day We Urgently Need a Mass Movement to fight Gender Discrimination, Rape, Sexism, Exploitation and Women’s Oppression We women in Nigeria live in utter privation. We still face oppression of various kinds both at home, work, schools and in society. All these cannot be disconnected from the capitalist system – a system that reinforces patriarchy and creates
SHOCKING ABDUCTION OF 110 GIRLS IN DAPCHI, YOBE STATE, BY SUSPECTED BOKO HARAM MILITANTS H.T Soweto On 20th February 2018, Nigerians woke up to a news they least expected: the abduction the night before of 110 female students of Government Science and Technical Girls College, Dapchi, Yobe State. A few days before, the Military had yet again announced that Boko