Showing posts with label Sudan. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sudan. Show all posts

Friday, June 28, 2024

Sudanese authorities must release now all detained Communist Party members

The state authorities of Sudan have once again resorted to the known practice of persecution against the Sudanese Communist Party (SCP) members and other political dissidents who oppose the war. 
This time, alongside other comrades, the military intelligence service proceeded on Monday 24 June to the illegal detention of Amal El Zein, Politburo member of the Sudanese Communist Party, Her whereabouts are currently unknown, while her family and lawyers haven't been permitted to see him. 

Monday, January 22, 2024

Free Haitham Dafallah! Sudanese Communist Party newspaper's editor abducted by paramilitary forces

In a statement, the Chairman of Al Midan Newspaper, organ of the Sudanese Communist Party, calls for the release of journalist Haitham Dafallah (photo):

"Mr. Haitham Dafallah, the managing director of the Sudanese Communist Party's Al Midan Newspaper, was detained yesterday from his home in the Al-Jaref West neighborhood east of the capital Khartoum. The detention was carried out by members of the Rapid Support Forces, who control the area. 

Saturday, May 27, 2023

Sudanese Communist Party denounces military attack on Party headquarters in Khartoum

On 26 May the Secretariat of the Central Committee of the Sudanese Communist Party issued the following Urgent Press Release: 
As the country is suffering the continuation and escalation of this senseless war, fully armed military groups belonging to the Rapid Support Forces stormed and occupied the headquarters of the Sudanese Communist Party in Khartoum yesterday afternoon, 25 May 2023. 

Friday, April 28, 2023

Joint Statement by Communist and Workers' Parties on the ongoing military conflict in Sudan

Joint Statement: Solidarity with the Sudanese people and democratic forces against the military rulers and their bloody war

We, the undersigned Communist and Workers' parties, strongly condemn the continuing bloody war between the military rulers in Sudan, which has resulted in hundreds of innocent civilians killed and thousands wounded.  

This catastrophic war is a power struggle among the ruling generals aimed at preserving their illegitimate gains and crushing the Sudanese people’s aspirations for freedom, peace, social justice and radical change.

Monday, April 17, 2023

Sudanese Communist Party: Statement on the latest developments in Sudan

Statement of the Central Committee of the Sudanese Communist Party on the latest developments in the country.

"To the People of Sudan:

The intense violent military clash between the generals of the Security Committee and their forces is exposing the masses of our people to danger and recklessness of the counter-revolutionary forces' ambitions and to more bloodshed.

Friday, May 20, 2022

Sudan's regime arrests Communist Party leaders

In a message published in social media, the Sudanese Communist Party informs that security forces proceeded to the arrest of the Party's Political Secretary Muhammad Mukhtar Al-Khatib, as well as a member of the Political Bureau. 

The urgent statement reads:

"The security forces of the brutal coup d’état authorities arrested today, May 19, 2022, Muhammad Mukhtar Al-Khatib the political secretary of the Sudanese Communist Party as well as Salih Mahmoud, member of the party’s political bureau upon their arrival in Khartoum coming from Juba, South Sudan.

Tuesday, January 4, 2022

KKE: Solidarity with the people of Sudan

In a statement about the recent developments in Sudan the International Relations Section of the CC of the Communist Party of Greece (KKE) points out:

"The KKE denounces the junta in Sudan that was imposed on 25/10/2021 and cost the lives of a total of 53 citizens. The Sudanese junta authorities continue the criminal practice against the people’s demonstrations by brutally repressing them. 

Friday, December 3, 2021

Sudanese Communist Party: The struggle for the overthrow of the military regime must continue

In a statement issued on December 1st, the Secretariat of the CC of the Sudanese Communist Party provides updated information on the situation in the country and condemns the new brutal crackdown unleashed by state forces against peaceful demonstrators. 

The statement reads:

Tens of thousands of peaceful demonstrators took the streets of the capital and other major cities expressing their rejection of the political agreement reached and signed by the leader of the coup General Burhan and Prime Minister Hamadok. 

Monday, November 1, 2021

Sudanese Communist Party: Message to the people of Sudan

In face of the recent developments in Sudan, the military coup and the people's uprising, the Secretariat of the Central Committee of the Sudanese Communist Party addresses the people of the country with the following statement:

"The Security Committee, led by its head, carried out a military coup on 25 October 2021 as a link in a series of military coups that began with the palace coup on 11 April 2019. The aim is the same, which is to block the path to the continuation of the mass movement to achieve the goals and slogans of the glorious December Revolution.

Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Communist and Workers' Parties: The people of Sudan will win! The coup will fail!

In a joint statement, more than 35 Communist and Workers' Parties from all over the world condemn the military coup in Sudan and express their solidarity with the communists and the people of the African country. 

The statement reads:

"The Communist and Workers’ Parties signing this Joint Statement condemn the military coup that took place over the last hours in Sudan.

Monday, October 25, 2021

KKE: Solidarity with the people of Sudan

In a statement (here in Greek) about the developments in Sudan, where the military seized power and dissolved civilian rule, the Press Office of the CC of the Communist Party of Greece (KKE) points out the following:

“The KKE expresses its full solidarity to the suffering people of Sudan, the working class and the comrades of the Sudanese Communist Party, who are experiencing another coup. 

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Μassacre in El-Obeid: Sudanese Communists condemn the crime and denounce the TMC

Following the new Massacre in Sudan's El-Obeid city, the Sudanese Communist Party issued the following statement: 
29 July 2019
  • The Sudanese CP demands immediate halt to all talks with the Transitional Military Council (TMC)
  • Opposition forces united in condemning the TMC Report on the June massacre
  • Mass demonstrations in the capital and other major cities
  • The masses call for immediate civilian rule

Friday, April 19, 2019

Sudan Uprising: The Communist Party calls for internationalist solidarity against conspiracies

The following is a statement issued by the Secretariat of the Central Committee of the Sudanese Communist Party
- World imperialism, in collaboration with regional reactionary Arab governments and Sudanese army generals, staged a classical palace coup in a vain attempt to abort the victorious people’s march towards uprooting the dictatorial regime.
- The coup leaders who ousted Albashir declared a state of emergency for three months and ordered the masses of protesters to stay at home with the introduction of a curfew from sunset until morning. Millions of protesters have continued their daily mass actions, defying the curfew imposed by the new military junta.

Friday, February 15, 2019

Sudan: Communist Party's cadres Fathi Alfadl and Ali Sa’id are in danger (Urgent)

The lives of Comrades Fathi Alfadl and Ali Sa’id, members of the Political Bureau of the Sudanese Communist Party, who were detained by the security forces of the dictatorial regime, are in real danger because of mistreatment and lack of medical attention. This has been confirmed by a journalist, Adel Klour, who was released three days ago after being detained with the two comrades and other political activists in the same cell for more than four weeks.  

Friday, January 11, 2019

Sudan's people are not alone! Messages of solidarity by Communist Parties

In a letter to the Communist Party of Sudan, the International Relations Section of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Greece (KKE) expresses its solidarity and support:

Dear comrades,
The KKE expresses our support and solidarity with the struggle of the Sudanese people for democratic and social rights against the bourgeois dictatorial regime.

Thursday, December 27, 2018

Protests in Sudan - Communist Party cadres have been detained by the authorities!

Yesterday the 25th of December was the day Khartoum became the centre of the mass protest actions. The protest march called by the professional bodies turned into a great mass demonstration which started at 1pm and continued late into the night. The masses were denied reaching their target of presenting their memorandum to Albashir by the heavy presence of armed security forces around the Republican Palace.
The demonstration which started in central Khartoum, soon spread to other residential areas around the capital. The battles between the demonstrators and the security forces moved from the main roads to the streets and lanes of the capital.

Friday, December 21, 2018

Sudan's Communist Party supports popular protests, asks for international solidarity

In a statement issued on December 20th, the Political Bureau of the Sudanese Communist Party refers to the current situation in the country and the continuous protests that are taking place and asking from fraternal parties to express their solidarity towards the struggle of the Sudanese people for democracy, social justice and peace:

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

KKE expresses solidarity with the people of Sudan, condemns government's repression

In a statement the International Relations section of the CC of the Communist Party of Greece expresses its solidarity to the communists and the people of Sudan and condemns the local government's repression.

The statement points out: "The KKE condemns the antipeople measures taken by the government of Sudan in coordination with the IMF and the World Bank, which deteriorate even more the living standards of the country's working class and popular strata.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Solidarity with the communists and people of Sudan

The KKE denounces the anti-people measures that the government of Sudan has taken in coordination with the IMF, which even further worsen the position of the working class and the poor popular strata of the country. 
It salutes the workers’-people’s mobilizations against the anti-people measures, for the social and democratic rights of the people of Sudan and expresses its solidarity with the CP of Sudan. 
We denounce the attempts to repress the people and the CP of Sudan, whose CC’s offices were encircled in the morning today (30/11/2016) by police forces. 
The authoritarianism of the government and the repression of the people’s mobilizations will not succeed!
Hands off the communists!