The Communist Party of Finland (CPF) condemns this attempt by the Ukrainian government to ban the Communist Party of Ukraine (Komunistychna Partiya Ukrayiny, KPU). The CPF views the Ukrainian justice ministry’s draft bill as a violation of democratic principles, international human rights norms and the Ukrainian constitution, which guarantees political and ideological pluralism, a multi-party system and freedom of political opinion.
The CPF is part of the European and global movement and class struggle against capitalism and the neo-liberal policy of slashing public spending. We demand that the EU’s Austerity Treaty, the restoration of national sovereignty and the building of a new kind of Europe – one based on the equality of citizens and peoples, socially and environmentally sustainable development, democracy and international solidarity.
The revolutionary process and the necessary change in Europe will not be achieved without taking into account 51 per cent of its citizens. It is fundamental to have parity in the spheres of decision, because in the opinion of the EL, without the participation of women and the feminist movement in this process there will be no real revolution, and its absence cannot and must not be justified by any “order of priorities”.
CPF expresses solidarity to the Greek people. Change in Greece is a Change in all Europe.The CPF calls on the Finnish parliamentary Left, the Social Democratic Party and the Left Alliance, to refrain from accepting and to denounce the austerity policy of the Katainen government vis-à-vis Greece and to adhere to the demand by the European Left and Syriza for debt restructuring and partial cancellation.
The Communist Party of Finland supports the recognition of a third gender and legal gender notification by means of a personal statement.The Communist Party wants to promote gender equality and the right of people to define themselves. That is why the Communist Party supports the recognition of a third gender.
At present the foreign mining companies get the Finnish ores almost free of charge. They also avoid the paying of taxes with different arrangements. In addition the big problems in Talvivaara and smaller problems in the Lapland mines give evidence to the fact that the mining companies try to avoid expenses for the protection of the environment and that the authorities can not or dare not require from the mining companies that they do not pollute the environment.
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