Communist Movement Pakistan 

Solidarity with the people of Pakistan and Freedom forComrade Ali Wazir

The Politbureau of the Communist Party of Venezuela (PCV) energetically condemns the Pakistani government and armed forces’ repressive and systematic human rights attacks against civilians, human rights activists, journalists and social leaders. We call on the global human rights organisations to pronounce against the wave of illegal arrests and the civil rights violations in Pakistan, and for urgent measures to be adopted to safeguard the life of the detained social activists and leaders. 

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Communist Movement Pakistan 

Pakistan’s communists condemn the violation of human and citizen rights in the country

The International Department of the Communist Party of Pakistan (کمیونسٹ پارٹی آف پاکستان) has issued a statement concerning the violation of human and citizen rights in the country. The statement is as follows: The Communist Party of Pakistan strongly condemns the Pakistani establishment particularly the military establishment inhuman practices of suppression and violation of human and citizen rights.

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Pakistani Workers Protest for End to Anti-Worker Policies

One week following the World Day for Decent Work, Pakistani workers across the country converged in the capital city of Islamabad on 14 October and launched a massive sit-in protest calling for an end to anti-worker and anti-people policies. The sit-in protest garnered widespread support from a large number of unions, associations and organizations of government & public sector employees. The participants were truly diverse and workers from the postal, banking and insurance sectors were represented by the eight UNI affiliates in Pakistan who were joined by another two unions…

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WFTU message on the fatal accident in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

The World Federation of Trade Unions on behalf of its 105 million workers in 130 countries of the 5 continents expresses its sincere condolence to the relatives and colleagues of the three miners from Shangla district who lost their lives when an explosion occurred due to gas accumulation in a coalmine in Boya area of Orakzai district.

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WFTU solidarity statement with the dismissed PTDC workers in Pakistan

The aggression against the workers, in both the private and public sector of Pakistan, continues.  One of the last attacks was the decision of the National Tourism Coordination Board to terminate the services of 450 regular employees of the Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation. The workers that have taken the burden of the pandemic risking their own lives,  producing all goods, and providing all services are once again facing the brutality of unemployment.

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Εxtract of the joint statement of PLF, PNFTU and PTUWF

The COVID pandemic should be a final wakeup call. Mr Asaf F Vardag President,Haji Muhammad Saeed Arian Founder/Secretary General  Mrs Atia Saleem Chairperson Pakistan Labour Federation (PLF) ,   Malik Ali Umar Awan President Mr Faysal Abbas  Secretary General Pakistan National Federation of Trade Union (PNFTU) Ch Tariq Javeed President Peoples Trade Union Workers Federation (PTUWF)  express their concerns about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Cataract an Daily Wage workers in all over the Country  They said that more than 14 peasant movements across South Asia, which include peasants, small and medium-size farmers, rural…

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WFTU condemns abolishing of Trade Unions in Baluchistan, Pakistan

The World Federation of Trade Union representing more than 97 million workers in 130 countries all over the world, strongly condemns the reported decision of Baluchistan High Court that bans the Trade Unions in the public sector. If this decision is confirmed, is an unacceptable anti-labor and anti-trade union attack against the working class of Pakistan and the human rights of the people of Pakistan.

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WFTU condemns situation in the mines of Pakistan

The World Federation of Trade Unions representing more than 95 million workers in 130 countries expresses its strong condemnation for the prevailing situation in the mines of Pakistan. During the last 3 weeks, at least 6 fatal labour accidents took place in Pakistan resulting in the death of at least 10 miners. The unacceptable working conditions both in the mines as well as in several other workplaces and industries of the country reaffirm the constant and conscious crime which is taking place for years in a country rich of minerals…

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Communist Parties on Kashmir conflict

The suicide bombing of a paramilitary convoy in Indian-controlled Kashmir on February 14, stimulated the conflict between India and Pakistan, leading to cross border shellings and air bombardments. The Communist Parties of the involved countries commented on the escalating tension. On February 27, the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of Pakistan (CPP) strongly condemned the ongoing bellicose environ and declared that the escalated frenzy of jingoism is undoubtedly “in the best interest of the religious fanatics and the military establishment, but it has nothing to do with the peoples’…

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