The newly formed Socialist Movement distributed a four page leaflet and
attended Mayday activities in nine different cities right across
Pakistan, including Lahore, Rawalpindi, Hyderabad, Quetta, and Karachi.
Over sixty people attended the very successful founding meeting of the
Socialist Movement on Saturday 17 April, 2004. The aim of this meeting
was to set up a new independent, socialist and revolutionary
organisation to fight against capitalism, the military, mass poverty and
national oppression in Pakistan.
Just one Joe Higgins is immensely more effective than all five of the
Sinn Féin TDs, according to Labour leader Pat Rabbitte. Attacking Sinn
Féin’s track record, Mr Rabbitte said the party works hard at getting
elected but had no policies to speak off, apart from issues to do with
the North. He also...
"It is generally the Indian middle class and the rich who are feeling
good, but there are so many others, belonging to the lower middle class,
belonging to the peasantry, belonging to the working class, who are not
feeling good.” That view, from analyst Kumar Kaldeep, quoted by Radio
Netherlands is important...
Mayday was celebrated with renewed vigor in Kashmir on both sides of the
dividing Line of Control between India and Pakistan, at a time when US
imperialists and its allies continue to kill innocent Iraqi youth,
workers and children.