The Resolution of the RMP on Four Proposals by the ICOR in the Spring of 2015

By | 06/25/2015
  1. On the Solidarity Pact of ICOR with the Kurdish liberation struggle

    1. We approve the pact.

    2. The cooperation with Kurdish movement and the prevalence of reactionary and Islamist tendencies among Arabs do not justify the current lack of concern by ICOR to circumstances and needs of historical development of Arab nation, which is in sharp contradiction with imperialism.

    3. We are concerned that “the idea of a ‘peoples’ coalition against IS’” could be demagogically misused by imperialist powers and global institution serving them.

    4. We are agree with the accent on ICOR’s Web-site and recognizing that, in our opinion, it actually is in catastrophic neglecting and requires some improvement for wider interaction with visitors.

  2. On the resolution on Nepal

    1. We abstain from signing the resolution.

    2. We do not see an urgent need to adopt any constitution at any cost. A constitution is only law codification of a balance of class forces. The real need in Nepal is a win by new democratic and socialist forces. If the constitution on the contrary would fix their defeat then it would not be a step forward at all. However instead of analysis of this struggle the resolution indefinitely refers to parties’ “individual interests,” which they supposedly should “possibly set aside.” But parties’ interests are the class interests; bourgeois parties can not set them aside and the proletarian parties must not set them aside!

    3. We are concerned that the point “against the regionalization and fragmentation” could doubt the right of nations to self-determination. Nepal is multinational country having a variety of languages and cultures. The threat of chauvinism in such countries is especially high. Another example is Sri Lanka, where Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna created as left party then slipped to the Sinhalese chauvinistic stand with the similar pretext “of American imperialism and Indian expansionism, which intend to weaken and curtail the nationality, sovereignty and integrity of the country.”

  3. On the resolution “Denounce the criminal acts of Paris!” (concerning public response to the murders in the Charlie Hebdo)

    1. We subscribe the resolution.

    2. Our reservation is: our party could not witness the circumstances of the demonstrations in Paris on the 11th of January.

  4. On the resolution “Time to face up to history!” (concerning 100 years genocide of the Armenians in the Ottoman Empire)

    1. We convict the genocide of the Armenian people in the Ottoman Empire and condemn national oppression in contemporary Turkey, but abstain from signing the resolution.

    2. The resolution contains exaggerations that are admissible for Turkish and Kurdish organizations in order to combat anti-Armenian chauvinism, but undesirable misleading Communists of other countries. We doubt any special “right to return” after many generations and even more doubt in the idea of “compensation to the Armenian state.”

    3. In turn we condemn and seek official recognition by the Russian Federation of genocide by Russian Tsarism against Circassians in the years 1760–1864 (Adygea, Karachay-Cherkessia and Kabardino-Balkaria have already recognise it).

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