The Central Committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) met online, for the first time, on July 25-26, 2020. It has issued the following statement:
Report on Certain Political Developments
(Adopted at the Central Committee Meeting
October 2-4, 2019, New Delhi)
Global Capitalist Crisis
The global capitalist economy continues to be sluggish. There are no signs of any meaningful recovery since the global financial meltdown and the consequent economic crisis that began in 2008.
Report on Political Developments
(Adopted at the Central Committee Meeting held on
December 15-16, 2018 at New Delhi)
The Central Committee congratulated the LDF government in Kerala for the manner in which they could contain the dreaded Nipah virus from spreading. The efforts of the state government have earned accolades from international agencies including the World Health Organisation.
The Central Committee adopted a separate resolution on the situation in Jammu & Kashmir expressing serious concern at the number of deaths, injuries, continuous disturbances for three long months and terrorist attacks aided and abetted from across the border. The Central Committee condemned ‘cross border’ terrorism.
The Central Committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) now in session in New Delhi has decided to expel Jagmati Sangwan (member of the Central Committee) from the primary membership of the Party for gross indiscipline.
The Central Committee of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) expresses its deep condolences to the families of over 108 people who have died due to unprecedented floods that continue to ravage parts of Tamilnadu. Districts of Cuddalore, Thiruvalluvar, Kanyakumari and areas of Chennai city are severely inundated.
The Central Committee expressed serious concern at the rapidly deteriorating conditions of the people’s livelihood that are a direct result of the more aggressive pursuit of neo-liberal economic policies by the BJP-led Modi government.
The Central Committee meeting on the second day adopted the Draft Review Report on the Political Tactical Line after a discussion. The Review Report deals with the past experience of the Political-Tactical Line and its implementation with a view to strengthening and expanding the Party’s influence and advancing the struggle for a Left and democratic front.
The Central Committee which began its three day session in Hydrabad adopted a resolution against the ordinance promulgated by the Modi government amending the Land Acquisition Act, which the Central Committee characterized as “utterly anti farmer and anti rural poor in its substance”