Brazil On November 5, the Support Committee for the revolutionary Brazilian newspaper A Nova Democracia (AND) in Maringa, located in southern Brazil, distributed a special edition print issue about Chairman Gonzalo. Members of the support committee spoke on Chairman Gonzalo’s life as the leader of the International Communist Movement and the Communist Party of Peru. Members also explained that Chairman Gonzalo never surrendered or betrayed the revolution despite being … Continue reading Week in Struggle: November 12-18
Brazil Two hundred peasants protested against the latifundium (large landlords) outside the headquarters of the Association of Soybeans, the Brazilian Association of Maize Producers, and the Brazilian Association of Soy Seed Producers. The protest was a response to fascist President Jair Bolsonaro’s veto of bill (PL) 823/2021, which would have provided aid to starving peasants. Fifty-nine percent of Brazilians experience food insecurity, including peasants who produce most … Continue reading Week in Struggle: October 22-28
India The Communist Party of India (Maoist) released a statement for Central Committee member Yaydaş Ramakrishna, who died on October 14 from kidney failure and other health issues. The statement affirms that this is a heavy loss for the Party and the people of India. Brazil Graffiti was seen in support of the peasant struggle in Brazil, in the face of recent actions by the old Brazilian State … Continue reading Week in Struggle: October 15-21
Editors’ Note: The following is an unofficial translation of statement by the Committee for the Construction of the Maoist Communist Party of Galicia, which was originally published on the Galician revolutionary website, Dazibao Rojo, as “GALIZA: Honor y gloria eterna al camarada Martin Naya!” Tribune of the People expresses our revolutionary condolences to the proletariat of Galicia who are mourning Martin Naya’s passing, and salute … Continue reading Galicia: Honor and Eternal Glory to Comrade Martin Naya!
India Three actions against enemies of the Indian people were carried out by suspected members of the People’s Liberation Guerrilla Army (PLGA), led by the Communist Party of India (Maoist). There are no reports of fatalities or injuries of PLGA forces regarding the three actions. On July 25, a battle ensued between reactionary security forces of the old Indian state and suspected PLGA members. Reporting … Continue reading Week in Struggle: July 23-29