Showing posts with label Communist Party of Mexico. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Communist Party of Mexico. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Communist Party of Mexico bids farewell to long-time cadre Héctor Colío Galindo

Héctor Colío Galindo, a militant communist and long-time cadre of the Communist Party of Mexico, has died of Covid-19 on September 21, his Party announced. 

In a statement issued today, the Communist Party (PCM) bids farewell to comrade Héctor Colío Galindo.

Héctor Colío Galindo was Secretary General of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Mexico in 1999-2000 and in 2001-2003. He was born on August 1, 1951 in Mexico City, and at the age of 17, in 1968, he began his militancy. As a communist youth leader, he was one of those responsible for the activity of the World Federation of Democratic Youth in Mexico, and as such one of the members of the International Organizing Committee of the XI World Festival of Youth and Students.

Wednesday, April 21, 2021

"El Machete": Communist Party of Mexico's historic gazette to be relaunched on May 1st

The Communist Party of Mexico (PCM) issued a statement about the resurgence of the newspaper El Machete, organ of the Central Committee of the Party. Read below the statement, published on solidnet.org, in both English and Spanish:

"El Machete is used to cut the cane,
to open the paths in the shady forests, to behead snakes,
to cut down all the weeds 
and to humiliate the arrogance of the impious rich."

Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Communist Party of Mexico blasts police repression over the murder of Salvadoran migrant in Quintana Roo

The death of 36 year-old Victoria Esperanza Salazar – a Salvadoran migrant who died in Tulum, Mexico, after a policewoman put her knee on her back for several minutes – continues to evoke outrage on after additional details of her life and how she died surfaced.

In a statement, the party organization of the Communist Party of Mexico (PCM) in Yucatán peninsula points out: 

Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Friedrich Engels Bicentennial: Joint edition of Marx and Engels selected works to be published by PCM and PCTE

On the occasion of the 200 years since the birth of Friedrich Engels, the Communist Party of the Workers of Spain (PCTE) and the Communist Party of Mexico (PCM) announced their initiative to publish a joint edition of Marx and Engels Selected Works. Read the statement in English and Spanish below:

Being the bicentenary of Friedrich Engels’ birthday, the Communist Party of Mexico (PCM) and the Communist Party of the Workers of Spain (PCTE) consider that it is necessary to contribute to the diffusion of the work that he devoted most of his life to along with Karl Marx.

Friday, September 25, 2020

Communist Party of Mexico (PCM): Resolution in solidarity with Cuba

Following a meeting of the plenary, the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Mexico (PCM) issued a resolution expressing its solidarity with Cuba and the Cuban people. 

In the resolution, the CC of the PCM expresses its condemnation of the economic blockade and the illegal sanctions imposed against the Cuban people by the U.S. and the EU. The Communist Party reiterates its demand to end the blockade and slams the escalation of anti-Cuban measures by the Trump administration.

Thursday, July 9, 2020

Communist Party of Mexico: Obrador's "nueva normalidad" protects the monopolies' interests

Statement by the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Mexico (PCM) on the political developments in the country and AMLO government's policies:

The “new normal” has meant more risks and greater exploitation for the working class

One month after the start of the “new normal” was announced, amid a high degree of virus spread;  without having contained the pandemic or reduced its spread, it is necessary to take stock of what it has meant for the working class.

Sunday, May 17, 2020

Mexico and COVID-19: Communist leader Pavel Blanco exposes Obrador's social democracy

The following text is a translated version of an article originally published in the weekend edition of "Rizospastis" on 9-10 May 2020. Pavel Blanco Cabrera, First Secretary of the CC of the Communist Party of Mexico (PCM), writes about the situation of the class struggle in the country, exposing the policies of the social democratic government of President López Obrador during the COVID-19 pandemic

By Pavel Blanco Cabrera.

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Mexico: López Obrador sacrifices the working class for the capitalists' interests

The Political Bureau of the CC of the Communist Party of Mexico (PCM) has issued a statement, denouncing the policies of the social democratic government of President López Obrador

On the occasion of the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak, the Party stresses out that “López Obrador’s social democratic management shows that he does not care at all about the lives of workers and their families”. Last Sunday, President Obrador delivered a public message regarding the pandemic issue and his government Reactivation Plan for the Economy. 

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

100 years of Mexico's communist movement: Communist Parties attended centenary event in Mexico City

This year marks the centenary of the communist movement in Mexico and the 25th anniversary of the reformation of the Communist Party of Mexico (PCM). On this occasion, PCM organized an international seminar and its 7th Communist Festival which took place on 23-24 November in Mexico City.

The seminar was attended by several Communist Parties from Latin America, North America, Europe and Asia including: Communist Party of El Salvador, Peruvian Communist Party, Partido Vanguardia Popular de Costa Rica, Communist Party USA, Communist Party of Canada, Communist Party of Guatemala, Communist Party of Turkey (TKP). 

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Mexico's Communist Party (PCM) slams Trump-Obrador anti-immigration deal

In a statement the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of Mexico (PCM) slams the recent agreement made by the governments of Donald Trump and López Obrador on immigration issues. 

The Communist Party accusses both the two governments that they actually staged a farce of negotiations - with threats with tariff measures on one hand and a wave of patriotism on the other - thus hiding the real issue which is the imposition of anti-immigration policies by both sides. 

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Mexico's Communist Party denounces US-EU aggression in Venezuela, calls for solidarity

In a latest statement, the Communist Party of Mexico (PCM) condemns the measures adopted by the Trump administration and the European Union against the people and the sovereignty of Venezuela

The PCM states that "the role of Guaidó reminds collaborationist governments, puppets of fascism" and pays attention to the provocation scheduled by the US and Guaidó for February 23rd, when in the name of "humanitarian aid" the imperialist centers of the US and the EU intend to instroduce "destruction and death" against the people of Venezuela and the country's sovereign rights. 

Friday, January 4, 2019

Mexican Communist leader Pavel Blanco Cabrera's interview in Rizospastis

On the occasion of the 20th IMCWP which took place in Athens in November, the First Secretary of the CC of the Communist Party of Mexico (Partido Comunista de Mexico) Pavel Blanco Cabrera talked to “Rizospastis”, the official newspaper of the KKE

In the following interesting interview, the Mexican communist leader talks about the situation in his country, the new illusions created by the “left-wing” AMLO government, the tasts of Mexican communists in a large country, a member of G20 and the 2nd most developed economy of Latin America, with nearly 130 million people and tens of millions of immigrants in the United States:

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Communist Party of Mexico slams Obrador's "left illusion", calls for class struggle

Since the 1st of December, the new President of Mexico is Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the social democrat politician known by the initials AMLO and head of the MORENA coalition. Although López Obrador is promoted by mainstream media as a "left" change in the country's politics, the truth is that he is another alternative choice of Mexico's bourgeois class for the implementation of pro-capitalist, pro-monopolies policy agenda. 

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Solidaridad con las caravanas migrantes, declara el Partido Comunista de México

Statement - in spanish language - by the Political Bureau of the CC of the Communist Party of Mexico (PCM), expressing proletarian solidarity towards the Central American migrants caravan. The PCM statement points out the fact that the capitalist policies foster migration and also highlights the hypocritical stance of the social democratic government of López Obrador in Mexico on the issue.
The full text is the following - La declaración es la siguiente:

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Joint statement by KKE-PCM: From Greece to Mexico, proletarians of all countries unite!

Joint statement by the Communist Party of Greece (KKE) and the Communist Party of Mexico (PCM) for the reinforcement of the struggle of the communist movement and its revolutionary regroupment.

The developments at an international level and in the two countries, the situation in the communist movement were examined and in the meetings of the Communist Party of Mexico with the Communist Party of Greece during the proceedings of the 6th Congress of the former in Mexico City, 3-5 August 2018. The high level of bilateral relations was recognized and saluted and the strengthening of joint actions was decided.

Saturday, September 1, 2018

Comunicado del VI Congreso del Partido Comunista de Mexico (PCM)

Los días 3, 4 y 5 de Agosto se realizó en la Antigua Escuela de Jurisprudencia, en el Centro Histórico de la Ciudad de México, el VI Congreso del Partido Comunista de México, al cual asistieron como delegados 190 camaradas de 23 entidades del país; también se contó con la presencia fraterna del Partido Comunista de Grecia, Partido Comunista de Cuba, Partido Comunista Peruano, Partido Comunista Paraguayo, Partido Comunista de Venezuela, Partido Comunista de los Pueblos de España, Partido Comunista de El Salvador, Fuerza Alternativa Revolucionaria del Común - Colombia y del Partido de los Comunistas de los EEUU. El VI Congreso del PCM también recibió el saludo fraternal de 41 partidos comunistas y obreros, y otras organizaciones revolucionarias de todos los Continentes.

Friday, August 10, 2018

Partidos Comunistas condenan el intento de asesinato del Presidente Maduro

Communist and Workers' Parties, as well as organizations of the people's movement, which participated at the VI Congress of the Communist Party of Mexico (PCM) in Mexico City, issued a joint statement in which they condemn the assassination attempt against the President of Venezuela Nicolás Maduro in Caracas. 

Read the statement in spanish:

Thursday, August 2, 2018

Communist Party of Mexico: Theses of the CC for the VI Congress (3-5 August 2018)

The Communist Party of Mexico (PCM) organizes its 6th (VI) Congress between 3-5 August, under the slogan "For Workers' Power and Socialist Revolution, strengthen the Communist Party". The Congress will take place in Mexico City. 

Below, we publish the original spanish text of the introductory statement made of the PCM's Central Committee, as it is published in the Tesis y Proyecto de Estatutos:

Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Partido Comunista de Mexico- Sobre el resultado de las elecciones presidenciales: recomposición de la hegemonía burguesa

Partido Comunista de Mexico- Sobre el resultado de las elecciones presidenciales: recomposición de la hegemonía burguesa.
El cómputo en las elecciones federales ha dado como resultado el triunfo presidencial de Andrés Manuel López Obrador y una mayoría en las cámaras de diputados y senadores de la coalición que lo postuló, que también obtiene mayoría en el gobierno de la Ciudad de México y en la mayoría de los gobiernos estatales que se encontraban en disputa.

Saturday, June 30, 2018

Mexico Elections: Social Democrats versus Neoliberals, a bourgeois game

Tomorrow, July 1st, Mexicans will elect national and local authorities, including their next president, who will lead the Latin American country for the next six years. With a population of 123 million people, Mexico is a federal state with 32 states and five regions, with a relatively slow growth rates during the last years. 

In these elections there are three major coalitions which include bourgeois parties of both social democratic and neoliberal political orientations. The candidate who has been presented by many mass media as a potential winner of the elections is Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador - also known as AMLO- who is running for the “Together We Will Make History” coalition and is leading the latest polls with an average of at least 46.3% of effective voter intention among likely voters. A former mayor of Mexico City, AMLO has run for the presidency twice and is widely regarded as the "left-wing" candidate in these elections.