27 November 2017

We condemn the terrorist attack on Muslims in Egypt

European Left

The European Left condemns the bloodiest terrorist crime in recent Egyptian history, when terrorists bombed and attacked hundreds of praying Moslems in a Mosque in Bir al-Abd in northern Sinai during the Friday prayer, on 24 November 2017. More than 305 have been killed, among them 27 children, and over a hundred wounded.

The attack seems to have been carried out by 25 – 30 local representatives of Islamic State and is a serious escalation of violence and methods.

20 November 2017


The Working Group on Latin America of the Party of the European Left (EL) expresses its absolute rejection to the new aggression of the European Union (EU) against the Venezuelan people. The EU now intends to impose all kinds of sanctions on the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, evidently inspired by the policies of boycott against humanity of international imperialism. The EU wants to extend its values ​​of systematic repressive actions on workers - the infamous austerity policies - in independent and sovereign countries such as Venezuela.

16 November 2017

Declaration of the Party of the European Left on Lebanon

Maite Mola, Vice-President of the European Left:

11 November 2017

For an alternative Europe: A fundamental step for building progressive alliances

Gregor Gysi, President of the European Left:

08 November 2017

Tanzania should not leave the ground of the democratic constitutional state

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The European Left warns against the anti-democratic development in Tanzania. Since his election as President of Tanzania in 2015, John Magufuli has been increasingly anti-democratic. Earlier this year, he tried to enact a law banning political rallies and demonstrations but failed due to unconstitutionality of that law.