Democratic Socialist Movement

For Struggle, Solidarity and Socialism in Nigeria

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WIDESPREAD DISAPOINTMENT AND ANGER AS LABOUR SUSPENDS STRIKE

WIDESPREAD DISAPOINTMENT AND ANGER AS LABOUR SUSPENDS STRIKE Joint Action Front, Lagos, 16 January Struggle forces Jonathan back a bit, but could have won far more with a more resolute leadership We Condemn Repression by Police and Army! By Peluola Adewale Monday, January 16, saw the Nigeria Labour Congress and Trade Union Congress call off the general strike which had

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DAY 3 OF INDEFINITE STRIKE

DAY 3 OF INDEFINITE STRIKE Millions out in Mass Actions across the Country Jonathan’s Government isolated – time for a workers’ and poor people’s government By DSM Reporters On Wednesday, January 11, the day three of the indefinite strike and mass protest declared by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and the Trade Union Congress (TUC), all over the country millions

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Nigeria: Day One of Indefinite Strike:

Nigeria: Day One of Indefinite Strike: Total shut down across the Country as the Working Class Shows it Owns Society By DSM reporters On Monday 9th January, tens of thousands of Nigerians marched through the streets of Lagos in demonstration against the removal of fuel subsidy by the Nigerian government. As a result of this policy, petroleum price has shot

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DSM REJECTS FUEL PRICE HIKE AND OTHER NEO-LIBERAL POLICIES

DSM REJECTS FUEL PRICE HIKE AND OTHER NEO-LIBERAL POLICIES All Out From January 9 No rotten compromises! Labour should spearhead protracted and democratically controlled mass actions to reverse the fuel price hike! Break the thieving ruling class’s power. For a workers’ and poor people’s government! DSM leaflet text. Available here in PDF format. The Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM), a pro-worker

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UNCONDITIONAL NO TO DEREGULATION AND PRIVATISATION OF THE OIL SECTOR

LABOUR MUST SAY: UNCONDITIONAL NO TO DEREGULATION AND PRIVATISATION OF THE OIL SECTOR For clearly over two decades now a combination of international capitalist forces (particularly oil corporations and cartels) and their Nigerian pro-imperialist, capitalist backers have been waging a protracted, and sometimes ferocious war, with the labour movement in order to put oil, the mainstay of the Nigeria’s economy,