Statements

Statements


The European left party is deeply concerned about the situation in the Baltics after a Spanish Eurofighter/Typhoon "accidentally" fired an AMRAAM missile last night, that might have reached Russian territory. The Eurofighter was part of the NATO air policing over the Baltics. 
We are shocked that a Eurofighter 'accidentally' fired an air-to-air missile that carried deadly explosives on the highly sensitive NATO border.

Statement of Gregor Gysi, President of the Party of the European Left:

This terrible attack in the heart of Barcelona, leaving many dead and injured, deeply devastates us all.

EU needs to enter human rights convention as a whole

 

The President of the European Left, Gregor Gysi, met in Strasbourg today with the President of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), Guido Raimondi, for political talks.

 

Both stressed that political power, even if by a majority, needs to be controlled if human rights and democracy are to be secured. They spoke about ways to implement decisions of the Court in case member states of the Council of Europe would not conform to them.

 

Gregor Gysi on Brexit

The attack in the heart of London with many death and injured devastates us. Our thoughts are with the injured, the relatives and friends of the victims.

The Party of the European Left mourns for Martin McGuinness.

Concerning the attack in Berlin Gregor Gysi, President of the Party of the European Left (EL) states:

This terrible attack in Berlin with leaving many death and injured deeply devastates us all.

One cannot fathom how hard this attack hits the relatives and friends of the murdered and injured.

We are all empathizing with them.

Christmas is normally a festivity of love and solidarity – and it should stay like that.

The people have the right to visit public events, like Christmas markets, safely and unharmed.

Between 2nd and 4th September 2016 a Leftist Festival was organised by the Organisers for the Left (SZAB)  at Horány/Hungary in the Regatta Leisure Centre, where more than 800 people from the Civil Society Organisations as well as Hungarian left parties (e.g.

The Party of the European Left (EL) condemns the decision by the Brazilian Senate to impeach President Dilma Rousseff. This dismissal is the latest attempt to give legitimacy to the coup d’état which has been set up for months, true crime against democracy committed by the most corrupt sectors of Brazilian politics.

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