Concerning the European Parliament’s decision to award the Sakharov prize to the so-called “democratic opposition in Venezuela”

by the Press Office of Deputies of PCP to European Parliament, Estrasburgo

Concerning the European Parliament’s decision to award the Sakharov prize to the so-called “democratic opposition in Venezuela”

Concerning the European Parliament’s decision to award the Sakharov prize to the so-called “democratic opposition in Venezuela”, the PCP’s Members of the European Parliament consider that:

This award is one more entry in a long list of acts of interference against the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and against the Venezuelan people. It is all the more serious insofar as it seeks to glorify persons who promoted crimes and brutal acts of violence, and terrorist actions that caused dozens of victims among the Venezuelan people.

Communiqué of PCP’s Central Committee meeting of  October 3, 2017

Statement by PCP Central Committee

Communiqué of PCP’s Central Committee meeting of October 3, 2017

The Central Committee of the PCP, meeting on October 3, examined the results of the local elections and developments in the country's political, economic and social situation, as well as the international situation. The Central Committee of the PCP discussed and adopted the guidelines and measures for its intervention and political initiative and for the strengthening of the Party.

Confidence, conviction, determination!

Speech by Jerónimo de Sousa, General Secretary, Lisbon

Confidence, conviction, determination!

We stated during this campaign the unshakable confidence in our work and activity, and in the irreplaceable role that we occupy.

We reaffirm the conviction that the struggle that we wage in defence of the people”s interests and the workers” rights, in building a developed and sovereign Portugal, is as demanding as it is necessary.

We guarantee that it is with our determination, our activity and struggle, that the Potuguese people can count on, in order to defend their rights and build a better life, in a Portugal with a future.

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On the results of the elections to the German Bundestag

Release by from the PCP Press Office

On the results of the elections to the German Bundestag

The elections to the German Bundestag are marked by a significant defeat of the CDU/CSU / SPD coalition which has ruled this Country in the past four years and is responsible for increasing labour precariousness, poverty and social inequalities in Germany.

On the ratification in Parliament of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA)  between the European Union and Canada

Release by from the PCP Press Office

On the ratification in Parliament of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between the European Union and Canada

PCP reaffirms its clear rejection of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between the European Union and Canada, an agreement that attacks the interests of the workers, people and the Country and whose ratification was approved yesterday by the Socialist Party (PS), Social-Democrat Party (PSD) and Popular Party (CDS) in Parliament.

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Rally of the «Avante!» Festival 2017

Speech by Jerónimo de Sousa, General Secretary of the PCP, Atalaia, Amora, Seixal, Closing Rally of the "Avante!" Festival

Rally of the «Avante!» Festival 2017

Speech by Jerónimo de Sousa, General Secretary of the PCP

Opening Act of the

Speech by Jerónimo de Sousa, General Secretary, Atalaia, Amora, Seixal, "Avante!" Festival

Opening Act of the "Avante!" Festival 2017

On the August 23 anti-communist initiative of the European Union in Estonia

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On the August 23 anti-communist initiative of the European Union in Estonia

Press Office Statement- August 24, 2017

To remember the crimes of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, defend peace, cooperation and development

Statement by Ângelo Alves, Member of the Political Committee of the Central Committee, Lisbon, Press Conference

To remember the crimes of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, defend peace, cooperation and development

August 6 and 9, 1945, when the United States launched the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagazaki, causing the death and the most horrific suffering of hundreds of thousands of human beings, wiping out these two Japanese cities, went into history as a symbol of a heinous crime that cannot go forgotten.

 Regarding the Portuguese government's decision not to recognise the National Constituent Assembly of Venezuela

Release by from the PCP Press Office

Regarding the Portuguese government's decision not to recognise the National Constituent Assembly of Venezuela

Regarding the Portuguese government's decision not to recognise the National Constituent Assembly of Venezuela, at the request of several media, the PCP clarifies: