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100 years of PCP: where we were born is where we continue

100 years of PCP: where we were born is where we continue

The PCP hold hundreds of actions of contact with the workers and the population during this week , which will be crowned in the morning of March 6, Saturday, with an action focused on the workers of the companies that are working on that day.

The PCP distributed a leaflet in which it reaffirms its everlasting commitment as a workers' Party, the Party that is at their side every day and whose project is inseparable from their interests and aspirations for a better life, of liberation from all forms of exploitation and oppression.

100 years, 100 actions

100 years, 100 actions

Saturday, March 6, the day of its Centenary, the PCP promotes 100 actions under the name "100 years, 100 actions" / "Freedom, Democracy, Socialism - For rights, improvement of living conditions and social progress. Against exploitation and impoverishment “.

The PCP will take to the streets the demand for a policy that responds to the problems, the aspirations and demands of the workers and Portuguese people, for a patriotic and left-wing alternative, for an advanced democracy, for socialism.

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Tribute to the heroes fallen in the struggle

Speech by Jerónimo de Sousa, General Secretary, Lisboa, Tribute to those murdered in the Tarrafal Concentration Camp

Tribute to the heroes fallen in the struggle

«In the long fascist night / they were bearers of the flame of freedom / and for freedom they died / in the Tarrafal Concentration Camp.»

March 6, 2021 The Portuguese Communist Party celebrates its Centenary

March 6, 2021 The Portuguese Communist Party celebrates its Centenary

The PCP is carrying out a vast programme of initiatives under the motto «1921-2021 - Centenary of the Portuguese Communist Party - Freedom, Democracy, Socialism - The future has a Party».

As part of the celebrations, the PCP will hold a wide range of initiatives from March 1 to 6 all over the country , marking its heroic history of 100 years of struggle and affirming its project for the future.

About the Recovery and Resilience Plan and the options that the country needs

Statement by Vasco Cardoso, Member of the Political Committee of the Central Committee

About the Recovery and Resilience Plan and the options that the country needs

The so-called Recovery and Resilience Plan - RRP, now under public consultation, has been presented by the PS government as being the main response to the country's problems. The Prime Minister even calls it a “bazooka”. But the truth is that the RPP with the approximately 16 billion euros it makes available and the options it makes is far from answering the country's needs and, in many respects, sidesteps national priorities.