YKP’nin de gözlemci üyesi olduğu Avrupa Sol Partisi’nin 13-15 Aralık tarihleri arasında Malaga yakınındaki İspanya şehri Benalmádena 6. Kongresi yapılıyor. YKP Genel Sekreteri Murat Kanatlı YKP adına kongreye katılacak…
Avrupa’nın çeşitli yerlerinden 400’ün üzerinde delegenin katılacağı Avrupa Sol Parti 6. Kongresi 13 Aralık Cuma günü akşamüzeri başlayacak ve 15 Aralık, Pazar günü sona erecek. Ana sloganı “Reset Europe, Go Left” (Avrupa’yı resetleyelim, Sola gidelim) olan kongrede gelecek üç yılın yol haritasını da içeren eylem, değerlendirme ve politik dokümanlar karara bağlanacak, birçok konuda önemli kongre kararları alınacak, yeni üye, gözlemci ve partner üyeliklerin onanmasına ve yeni başkan ve Sekretaryaya karar verilecek…
Kongre öncesi son hazırlık ve dökümanların son halini değerlendirmek için Yürütme Kurulu toplantıları da gerçekleşecek…
Kongreye YKP, BKP, AKEL ortak Kıbrıs sorunu ile ilgili bir de karar önerisi sundu, Kongrenin onayına haftasonu sunulacak…
YKP Genel Sekreteri Murat Kanatlı, 12 Aralık’ta adadan ayrılacak ve 16 Aralık’ta adaya dönecek…
Avrupa Sol Partisi’nin konuya dair yaptığı açıklaması:
Reset Europe: Go left – In December the Congress of the European Left
The party chooses Spain for the event, that will take place in Benalmádena (Málaga) between 13 and 15 December.
The Party of the European Left (PEL) will hold its sixth congress in the Spanish town of Benalmádena, near Málaga. The event will take place between 13 and 15 December and bring together over 400 delegates representing 25 political parties from more than twenty European countries.
The congress will coincide with the investiture of the new Spanish government, in which United Podemos will form part. Izquierda Unida, one of the principal forces behind the Spanish left alliance, is a founding member of the PEL. This timing also provides an opportunity to celebrate a major victory for the Left in Spain and in Europe.
The gathering is organized around the slogan ‘Reset Europe, Go Left’, underlining the motivation to relaunch an alternative program for Europe. A green transition, genuine equality and international solidarity will be central to the organization’s vision over the next three years.
Izquierda Unida and the Spanish Communist Party will host the conference, which will be attended by the leaders of a wide range of left-wing political parties from across Europe.
Parties represented will include SYRIZA, Greece, Die Linke, Germany, Refondazione Comunista, Italy, and Bloco de Esquerda, Portugal, as well as the communist parties of Austria, Finland, France and Moldova, and left parties and alliances from Belarus, Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, Luxemburg, Czechia, Romania, Slovenia, Switzerland, Turkey and Hungary.
The Party of the European Left was founded in 2004 in Rome. Since the founding congress, the pan-European grouping has held five congresses in Athens (2005), Prague (2007), Paris (2010), Madrid (2013) and Berlin (2016), where it elected its current president, Gregor Gysi, from Die Linke.
The European Left chooses Spain to celebrate its congress
It will be in Benalmádena (Málaga) on December 13, 14 and 15
The Party of the European Left (PIE) will hold its sixth triennial congress in Andalusia, specifically in the city of Benalmadena, on December 13, 14 and 15 and where it will gather more than 400 delegates and delegates from 25 political parties of About twenty countries of the continent.
In a press release, the PIE has stressed that it expects its Congress to coincide with the investiture of the new Spanish executive of which the Podemos Podemos will be a part, with whom it shares political space in Europe, which is why it is “a magnificent opportunity” to celebrate Your encounter in our country.
The conclave will be held under the slogan ‘Reset Europe, go left’ and responds to the need of the left in Europe to establish a turning point. A political relaunch is proposed based on an alternative program for Europe that relies on socio-ecological transformation, universal equality and international solidarity.
Izquierda Unida and the Communist Party of Spain will host the sixth Congress of the PIE, a meeting that will be attended by leaders of various parties of the European left.
With them, political organizations such as Syriza from Greece, Die Linke from Germany, Communist Refondazione from Italy or the Portuguese Bloc, the communist parties from Austria, Finland, France and Moldova as well as their leftist referents in Belarus, Bulgaria, will also meet. Denmark, Estonia, Luxembourg, Czech Republic, Romania, Slovenia, Switzerland, Turkey and Hungary.
The PIE was created in 2004 in the city of Rome. He has held, in addition to the founding congress, five other congresses in the cities of Athens (2005), Prague (2007), Paris (2010), Madrid (2013) and Berlin (2016) that elected its current president, Gregor Gysi de the German formation Die Linke.