Monday, 23 May 2011

Central Committee of the Iraqi Communist Party Holds its Regular Meeting

Central Committee of the Iraqi Communist Party Holds its Regular Meeting (20th May 2011)

The Central Committee of the Iraqi Communist Party held a regular meeting on Friday 20th May 2011.
The meeting began with a minute of silence in memory of party members and supporters who had passed away, and in recognition of their contribution to the people and the party.
The party daily newspaper “Tareeq Al-Shaab” (People’s Path) has reported that the meeting discussed the work of the Party, its leadership, central bodies and organizations during the period since the previous meeting of the Central Committee held in November 2010. The meeting also praised the achievements made during that period, and identified the shortcomings and defined the means to address them.
The CC meeting discussed at length the political developments in Iraq during the same period, and dealt with various aspects of the ongoing crisis of the sectarian and ethnic power sharing system and its negative effects in various walks of life.
The meeting identified the tasks of the party during the coming period, and the prerequisites for activating its role, expanding its activities, and developing its relations with the masses in various locations, adopting their demands and defending them.
Tareeq Al-Shaab” also reported that the Central Committee paid particular attention to the popular protest movements, highlighting the just demands made by the demonstrators.
The meeting stressed that the party was, and remains, fully committed to the popular masses, supporting their constitutional right of assembly and peaceful demonstration.
The Central Committee also considered the ongoing preparations for convening the 9th National Congress of the party.
A comprehensive Communiqué will be issued soon about the CC meeting and its deliberations and outcome. 

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