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Communist and Workers' Parties Immediate measures to protect the health and rights of the peoples


The Communist and Workers' Parties are positioned with responsibility before our peoples. We are here! We are present at the forefront of the struggle to immediately take all necessary measures to protect the health and safeguard the rights of the working class and the popular strata everywhere!

The Central Committee of the Tudeh Party of Iran held its broad meeting

The broad plenum meeting of the Central Committee of the Tudeh Party of Iran was held in February 2020 with the participation of members of the Central Committee and a number of party cadres. The broad meeting of the C.C. first reviewed and discussed the report of the political bureau about the most important developments in Iran and the world since the previous meeting of the C.C. and ratified it with some amendments and complementary proposals.

Statement of the Tudeh Party of Iran: Outcome of the Staged Elections - the People's Decisive Response to the Supreme Leader and the Bankrupt Regime of the Islamic Republic

The 11th parliamentary “elections” ended on Friday 21st February with a decisive and historic “NO” from the people to the corrupt and despotic regime ruling our homeland. According to Abdul-Reza Rahmani-Fazli, the Home Secretary of the Rouhani government, 42.57% of eligible voters took part in the elections. Even if we assume that this statistic is accurate, this is the lowest turnout for the parliamentary elections in the 40-year-history of the Islamic Republic.

Statement of the Central Committee of the Tudeh Party of Iran: Boycotting the staged parliamentary elections of the theocratic regime in the struggle against tyranny, oppression and corruption!

Dear Compatriots!

 The 11th parliamentary elections are to be held on 21st February 2020. This election, like other elections held in the last decade, will be a failed attempt to prove the legitimacy of the regime and, as its leaders put it, "a face-saving show" for international public opinion. It is important to note that our Party has always stated that holding elections within the framework of the regime of the Supreme Leader, and under the supervision of the Guardian Council, has never been, and can never be, a democratic and popular exercise.

Statement of the Tudeh Party of Iran: On the Trump plot to trample upon the rights of the Palestinian nation

The Tudeh Party of Iran resolutely condemns what President Donald Trump, alongside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, unveiled on Tuesday 28 January 2020 as the “Deal of the Century" - supposedly the ultimate resolution of the Palestine issue - and regards it as a dangerous conspiracy to make official the permanent occupation of the lands of the Palestinian people by the racist regime of Israel.

Statement of the Tudeh Party of Iran: Greetings to the militant students, youth, and people of Iran, who are courageously standing against the enforcers of tyranny!

In response to the righteous protests of the people - who are frustrated with the oppression, injustice, deprivation and the incompetence of a bunch that is the lot of the dark-minded and their liar leaders - the anti-people Velayat-e Faqih (Supreme Leadership) regime [governing] Iran once again dispatched its well-armed thugs to suppress the protests and open fire on our open-minded and noble compatriots, and through this age-old barbaric method of theirs, perhaps prolong the survival of their shameful regime.

The Joint Statement of the Communist Party of Britain, the Tudeh Party of Iran, and the Communist Party of the USA

The assassination on Friday 3 January 2020 in Baghdad, Iraq of Qasem Soleimani, the Commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps’ (IRGC) extra-territorial Quds Force, and Abu Mahdi al-Mohandis, Head of Iraq’s Kataib Hezbollah, together with several other Iranian, Iraqi, and Lebanese nationals, on the order of US President, Donald Trump, is a clear violation of both Iraqi national sovereignty and international law.  Our parties condemn it unreservedly.

Statement of the Central Committee of the Tudeh Party of Iran: Let’s put all our efforts together to defend peace and to prevent another devastating war

Dear compatriots!

The theocratic regime of Velayat-e Faqih [in Iran] took a dangerous step in escalating the crisis created after the assassination of Qasem Soleimani and his companions, potentially dragging Iran into a devastating war, through its missile attack on two United States military bases in Iraq (in al-Anbar and Erbil).  It should be noted that Donald Trump, the right-wing and racist President of the US, over the preceding days had crudely warned of a disproportionate military reaction to any retaliatory action taken by the Iranian regime in the context of the assassination of Soleimani, and had threatened that the US was ready to severely attack 52 strategic targets in Iran, including a number of cultural sites.  The [Islamic Republic’s] response with ballistic missiles and the announcement that these attacks were launched from inside Iran's territory, give very dangerous dimensions to this [latest] misadventure by the regime.

Statement of the Central Committee of the Tudeh Party of Iran: The urgent need to intensify efforts to preserve peace in the region and confront the adventurous and dangerous policies of US imperialism!

According to global news agencies, Qasem Soleimani, the Commander of the Quds Force of the Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps [IRGC]; Abu Mahdi al-Mohandis, [Head of Kataib Hezbollah and] the second-in-command of Iraq’s Popular Mobilisation Forces; as well as a number of Iranian, Iraqi and Lebanese [nationals] in the same convoy, were killed in an airstrike near to Baghdad airport. The assassination of Qasem Soleimani, on the order of [US] President Donald Trump, in clear violation of Iraqi national sovereignty and all international law, could undoubtedly pose deadly risks for the region.

Statement of the Central Committee of The Tudeh Party of Iran: On the passing away of Comrade Malakeh Mohammadi In Mourning of a Great Fighter! Published on 25 December 2019 [Abridged]

Comrade Malakeh Mohammadi, a member of the Central Committee of the Tudeh Party of Iran and a heroic fighter whose almost century-long life was spent devoted to the struggle for the ideals of the working class, is no longer among us. Comrade Malakeh was born on 5 October 1922 in a working class family. Despite the very backward and underdeveloped conditions of our society at that time, with the passion and love that Comrade Malakeh had for education, she was able to obtain her high school diploma with the support of her mother before the end of Reza Shah’s reign in 1941.

Statement of the Tudeh Party of Iran:The bankrupt and inhumane policies of the criminal regime against the movement of the frustrated masses

The protests of the frustrated and infuriated people of Iran in more than one hundred cities, and the violent and bloody suppression of protesters by the velayat-e faqih theocratic regime; the continuation of round-ups, arrests and detentions and prosecution of thousands of them have been widely reflected in the public opinion of Iran and the world. According to the latest estimates, in the course of these protests more than 360 people have been murdered at gun point by "the unidentified soldiers of Imam-Zaman" [1], nearly eight thousand have been arrested and hundreds wounded.

The Tudeh Party of Iran: The Theocratic regime means the rule of thugs and plunderers over our country and people, It must be resisted!

Dear Compatriots, 

Ali Khamenei - the Supreme Leader of the despotic regime - while confirming [in a speech] that the rise in the price of petrol, like all other key economic-political decisions, has taken place with his agreement, has denounced as "villains" those people that have had enough of tyranny and deprivation under "Islamic rule" and has in effect ordered a bloody crackdown on the popular protests.  Following Khamenei’s speech, the so-called "Reformers" in the Parliament immediately withdrew their emergency bill that had demanded petrol prices be returned to their previous level. 

The statement of the Tudeh Party of Iran: The Tudeh Party of Iran strongly condemns the Iranian regime’s brutal response to the widespread protests of the people against the hiking of the price of petrol

The High Council of Economic Coordination of the heads of the three power branches in the Islamic Republic of Iran have taken the step to ration gasoline in the country. As such, the price of rationed gasoline was increased [by 50%] to 1,500 Tomans (about $0.80) and the rate of every liter of “free-market” gasoline was announced at 3,000 Tomans. Each liter of super gasoline is now 3,500 Tomans. In connection with this decision of government - that took effect on November 15 - President Hassan Rouhani said, "The aim of this measure is to help 18 to 19 million households and a population of about 60 million of low-income people."

The Tudeh Party of Iran condemns the right-wing coup d’état in Bolivia: Bolivian President Evo Morales resigns following right-wing coup

Last Sunday, Evo Morales, Bolivia's leftist president, announced that he was stepping down from his position to calm down the political climate in the country. Violent demonstrations and riots have been taking place in Bolivia since the general election of MPs, Senators, President and his deputy on 20th October. The opposition have alleged that electoral fraud and vote-rigging took place. The country’s Electoral Monitoring Committee announced that Evo Morales won the election with 47.1% of the votes and there was no need for a second round. Morales secured more than 40% of the electorate’s vote and there was also more than a 10% margin between him and his nearest challenger (who secured 36.5% of the vote) as stipulated under the electoral rules in Bolivia.

The Tudeh Party of Iran strongly condemns the crackdown on popular demonstrations and the interferences of the Iran’s theocratic regime in Iraq!

According to the latest media reports, widespread popular protests in Iraq, which began on 1st October 2019, has entered a new phase. The Iraqi people's movement, demanding important political changes in the country, in recent days has been on the verge of entering a qualitatively decisive stage. Now, apart from the Kurdistan region and three Sunni-majority provinces, the waves of uprising and popular protests have wiped across Iraq, including all Shiite regions.

Tudeh Party of Iran strongly condemns Turkey’s invasion of Syria

According to the news agency reports, on Thursday October 10, 2019, the Turkish military forces invaded the Syrian territory in a military campaign in the north of that country. Donald Trump, the US president, announced four days earlier on Sunday October 6 that the American forces are leaving the northern territory of Syria. It was also reported in the media that Trump had shown a green light in his telephone conversation with Erdogan to attack northern Syria.

Joint statement of the Communist and Workers Parties on the Heightening of Tensions and dangers of US War on Iran

The undersigned communist and workers parties express their grave concern about the recent developments in the Persian Gulf which pose significant threats to world peace.

The pronouncements of the US administration clearly indicate that it intends to deploy every tool at its disposal to coerce the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) to submit to its hegemonic designs in the region. 

The statement of the Central Committee of the Tudeh Party of Iran: The urgency of mobilising public opinion in Iran and the world to thwart another horrific war in the region

The published news in recent days indicate that our nation is on the verge of a very dangerous military conflict with the Trump administration. Following the shooting down of the US surveillance drone on 19 June - a drone that according to the published reports had entered Iran’s air space - news outlets around the world reported that an attack by US military forces against Iran was called off at the last minute on Trump’s orders. Confirming this information, Trump emphasised in an interview with NBC TV station on 22 June, “I am not looking for war, and if there is, it will be obliteration like you’ve never seen before.”