We work to unite all those who support equality, democracy, justice and social progress in the Caribbean. We will support all who recognise that the struggle against racism, fascism, imperialism and neo-colonialism in the Caribbean requires the building of strong international links between the working people there and their sisters and brother globally.
In so doing we recognise that the British Empire has bestowed a bitter legacy on sections of the working classes in the UK and the former colonies. We seek to maintain and expand solidarity with the black workers and their allies in the Caribbean as well as being part of the anti-racist struggle in Britain.
Bolivia: This Sunday’s meeting will be on the recent coup in Bolivia. As stated previously Caribbean Labour Solidarity condemned the coup, which forced the resignation of President Evo Morales Ayma and Vice President Álvaro García Linera.
We also condemned the interference of the Armed Forces in the political life of Bolivia, with no solution to offer to the serious political and economic problems the people. CLS rejected the blatant foreign interference and destabilisation in Bolivia’s internal affairs and stand in solidarity with our comrades of Bolivia’s Movement Towards Socialism.
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Caribbean Labour Solidarity condemns the coup in Bolivia that has forced the resignation of President Evo Morales Ayma and Vice President Álvaro García Linera.
We also condemn the interference of the Armed Forces in the political life of Bolivia: the Army and the Police have no solution to offer to the political problems of any country.
Further, CLS rejects any foreign interference that pursues a policy of destabilisation in the region. In particular we call upon the Organisation of American States to cease its blatantly partial interventions in the election process.
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