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The Union Sugar Estates Co Ltd ( Q32015 Interim Report

first_imgThe Union Sugar Estates Co Ltd ( listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Agri-industrial sector has released it’s 2015 interim results for the third quarter.For more information about The Union Sugar Estates Co Ltd ( reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the The Union Sugar Estates Co Ltd ( company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: The Union Sugar Estates Co Ltd (  2015 interim results for the third quarter.Company ProfileThe Union Sugar Estates Co. Limited specialises in growing and cultivating sugarcane amongst other agricultural products. The company has, however, diversified into agro-industry, tourism, IT services and trading. The Union Sugar Estates Co. Limited is listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius.last_img read more

Enterprise Group Limited ( 2017 Abridged Report

first_imgEnterprise Group Limited ( listed on the Ghana Stock Exchange under the Insurance sector has released it’s 2017 abridged results.For more information about Enterprise Group Limited ( reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Enterprise Group Limited ( company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Enterprise Group Limited (  2017 abridged results.Company ProfileEnterprise Group Limited is a leading financial services and insurance group in Ghana. The company operates in 6 segments; non-life assurance, life assurance, pension administration, real estate, funeral services and investments. Enterprise Group Limited offers an extensive portfolio of products and services ranging from funeral finance and family income protection to micro insurance, corporate risk, fidelity guarantee, cash-in-safe, home and personal assets protection and product liability insurance policies. Enterprise Group Limited also assists with pension fund management and real estate development and management. The company was founded in 1924 and its head office is in Accra, Ghana. Enterprise Group Limited is listed on the Ghana Stock Exchangelast_img read more

Aluminium Extrusion Industries Plc ( 2019 Annual Report

first_imgAluminium Extrusion Industries Plc ( listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Mining sector has released it’s 2019 annual report.For more information about Aluminium Extrusion Industries Plc ( reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Aluminium Extrusion Industries Plc ( company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Aluminium Extrusion Industries Plc (  2019 annual report.Company ProfileAluminium Extrusion Industries Plc (NIGALEX) is a leading manufacturing company in Nigeria producing and marketing extruded aluminium products and coloured and wood products. Products in its extensive range include Cego flyscreens; projected window systems for institutions in the education, government, military and commercial sectors; industrial door systems designed for versatility and performance; partitioning systems with robust wear and tear features; multi-purpose stock extrusions for the maritime, aviation and construction sectors; swing door systems for commercial entrances; sliding window systems with removable operating sashes and bead-glazed; fixed louvres with fabricated railings; special provides available in round bars, T-sections, symmetric and square aluminium frames; curtain walls attached to building structures; AS46 flyscreens and customised fixed casements (windows and doors). NIGALEX has annual capacity of 5 000 tonnes of aluminium extrusion products and produces profiles in a press finish, wood finish, silver and bronze colour palette and modern powder-coated forms. The company has operations in Aba Abuja to serve the eastern and northern regions of Nigeria. Its head office is in Imo State, Nigeria. Aluminium Extrusion Industries Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchangelast_img read more

How will UK retail shares look after lockdown?

first_img Image source: Getty Images Enter Your Email Address Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner.But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared.What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations.And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. See all posts by Karl Loomes Karl has no position in any of the shares mentioned. The Motley Fool UK has recommended Associated British Foods. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors.center_img We all knew it would be coming eventually. At least, we hoped it would. An end to lockdown, in stages, means that in the next few weeks, non-essential shops will be opening once again. Though coronavirus fears and social distancing measurers are still likely to be a major impact for some time yet, what exactly does the future hold for UK retail shares?Litmus testLuckily we may have recently seen a litmus test, so to speak. Due to the disparity between countries with removing lockdown, a number of European arms of UK retails have recently reopened. Primark, for example, owned by Associated British Foods, recently opened its five stores in Austria, followed shortly by 20 shops in the Netherlands.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Though the company has yet to release exact sales figures, ABF said that while overall footfall in the shops was down and spread more evenly through the week, basket sizes were “notably larger”. ABF was doing relatively well before lockdown.It is perhaps not surprising that people are still wary of shopping in stores. Primark has no online arm, which makes it a sample of a bricks-and-mortar retailer for us to consider. It seems set to do ok, but perhaps not great.Similarly, Superdry, which was already seeing some issues, has also been able to reopen more than 60 of its stores in Europe. Though it is still early days, the company has said trading has exceeded its internal expectations. CEO Julian Dunkerton said “We’ve moved from being about 70% down to around minus 30%”.These levels are in line with those seen in Asia, where due to the early onset of the virus, reduced lockdown measurers have also come in early. Department store sales in China were down 35% in March, while those in South Korea were down 40%.UK retail apples for European orangesOf course there are a number of factors that would suggest the numbers can not be directly translated. Most notably the varying restriction and social distancing measurers put in place in each country. As well as local laws, these will be dependent on things like floor space and layout.The prevalence of online shopping, as well as regional attitudes and fears of Covid-19 are also harder to judge. It seems likely that those areas and people that have undertaken rules more strictly are also more likely to return slower to normal life.Londoners, for example, have been notable in the adherence to the rules (as well as having the highest levels of Covid-19). It may be a while before Oxford Street fills up again.On top of these concerns, UK retail will have to deal with increased costs associated with social distancing, changes to staff and an as yet unknown social shift. It is not unreasonable, for example, to suggest that having your hand forced into online shopping will mean you now know the convenience of it going forward. I would like to receive emails from you about product information and offers from The Fool and its business partners. Each of these emails will provide a link to unsubscribe from future emails. More information about how The Fool collects, stores, and handles personal data is available in its Privacy Statement. Renowned stock-picker Mark Rogers and his analyst team at The Motley Fool UK have named 6 shares that they believe UK investors should consider buying NOW.So if you’re looking for more stock ideas to try and best position your portfolio today, then it might be a good day for you. Because we’re offering a full 33% off your first year of membership to our flagship share-tipping service, backed by our ‘no quibbles’ 30-day subscription fee refund guarantee. Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares Karl Loomes | Tuesday, 26th May, 2020 How will UK retail shares look after lockdown?last_img read more

Welsh trial: Four key match-ups

first_imgPossibles: Dan Fish; Kristian Phillips, Cory Allen, Steven Shingler, Harry Robinson; James Hook, Gareth Davies; Rob Evans, Matthew Rees (c), Rhodri Jones, Jake Ball, Ian Evans, Andrew Coombs, Ellis Jenkins, Dan BakerReps: Kristian Dacey, Owen Evans, Scott Andrews, Macauley Cook, James Davies, Lloyd Williams, Matthew Morgan, Jonathan Spratt LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS All smiles: Mike Phillips and Gareth Davies will be best of enemies once they cross the whiteline Ken Owens has waited patiently for a chance to nail down the No 2 shirt, having lagged behind first, Matthew Rees and then Richard Hibbard, who is recuperating from a shoulder operation. He will be packing down opposite his long-time regional team-mate, Matthew Rees for the first time. Owens has provided Wales with a highly energetic option off the bench in the last 18 months, and he will recognise this is a chance to make a pitch for a regular starting berth. Matthew Rees’ return after five months out recovering from testicular cancer has been nothing short of inspirational, and the renaissance of the Cardiff Blues at the end of the season was credited to his leadership. Both men are likely to tour South Africa.Leader: Matthew Rees has been welcomed back in all quarters and will face his old colleague Ken OwensFinally options at No. 8: Taulupe Faletau v Dan BakerTaulupe has been the model of consistency this season without ever reaching the giddy heights of last year, the caveat that he’s played behind a struggling Dragons front-five. One of Warren Gatland’s most important players, his place has been nailed down since the 2011 World Cup and Wales’ over-reliance on him, has started to be a cause for quiet concern. The emergence of Baker, 22, then, has been seen as a huge positive. A different type of player to Faletau, Baker drives with short powerful steps around the base, in a way reminiscent of Scott Quinnell in his pomp, and he also boasts decent offloading game. It is hoped he will, at least, put pressure on Faletau and provide a different option to the peerless Dragon.Pretty fly-guy: Toby Faletau has welcomed competition for his place from Dan BakerProbables v Possibles (Liberty Stadium, KO 7.05pm): Probables: Liam Williams; Alex Cuthbert, Jonathan Davies, Jamie Roberts, Jordan Williams; Dan Biggar, Mike Phillips; Gethin Jenkins, Ken Owens, Adam Jones, Alun Wyn Jones (c), Luke Charteris, Josh Turnbull, Aaron Shingler, Taulupe FaletauReps: Scott Baldwin, Aaron Jarvis, Samson Lee, Lewis Evans, Josh Navidi, Rhodri Williams, Sam Davies, Dafydd Hewittcenter_img The first Probables v Possibles trial match since 2000 will take place at the Liberty Stadium this evening. RW takes a look at the key battles for a starting berth in South Africa This evening sees the first Probables v Possibles game since 2000. While this is enticing fans, the reasons for playing it are far from ideal. For the first time since the Regions were formed, in 2003, no Welsh region has reached the RaboDirect Pro12 play-offs, with the Ospreys, the last to crash and burn. The Welsh management didn’t feel they could have a break of nearly six weeks without some meaningful game time ahead of what promises to be a physically imposing tour of South Africa.Another polarising issue, and one that highlights the challenges facing Wales’ player retention, is the availability of England-based players. George North is on duty with Northampton tomorrow in front of 80,000 at Twickenham, while the Bath duo of Paul James and Gavin Henson have been prevented from playing due to a Premiership Rugby ruling as the game is being played outside the agreed IRB international window. Throw in Ryan Jones’ ankle injury, yesterday’s hamstring tear to Bradley Davies at training and Owen Williams blotting his hitherto burgeoning reputation with a six-week ban for ‘making contact with the eye area’ of Luther Burrell, and preparation has been far from smooth.Nevertheless, issues aside, there is an appetite for the game from Welsh public with a sell-out crowd expected at the Liberty Stadium. Here are the key match-ups Warren Gatland will be monitoring this evening.Fire meets fire: Mike Phillips v Gareth DaviesThis sparky duel pitches the combustible Mike Phillips against another feisty West Walian, Gareth Davies. Phillips has had a mixed season, flickering intermittently for Wales in the Six Nations after switching clubs mid-season after another rumoured alcohol-related escapade. Warren Gatland will be watching intently to see whether the 85-cap Racing Metro man still has the desire not only to make South Africa as No 1 scrum-half, but the Rugby World Cup. Gareth Davies was one of Europe’s form players at the end of the season, ending as the Pro 12’s top try scorer. Much smaller physically, Davies is blessed with blistering pace around the breakdown, sharp service and a nose for the tryline. Expect ‘Spiky’ to be bristling to keep the young pretender at bay.Battle in midfield: Jonathan Davies v Cory AllenJonathan Davies is now firmly established among the elite midfielders in Europe. His presence was sorely missed during the Six Nations and he will be a key player in South Africa, ahead of his move to Clermont Auvergne. He will be trading his wares against the rangy Blues midfielder, Allen. The Cardiffian has had something of a breakthrough season at regional and international level, with only a shoulder injury stagnating progress. He possesses decent top-end speed, a rapier 15-metre pass off both hands and handling skills honed on a basketball court. The more experienced Davies, meanwhile may have the edge with his kicking game, game intelligence and robust defence. Who knows, these two could easily end up playing alongside each other for Wales…Midfield tear-up: Cory Allen and Jonathan Davies will collide this eveningOld friends: Ken Owens v Matthew Reeslast_img read more

Summer tours: Argentina v Wales Preview for Match Two

first_imgLATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Kicking on: Aled Davies will wear the Wales No 9 shirt against Argentina (Getty Images) Under pressure: Daniel Hourcade’s team have had a poor run of results (Getty Images)Wales head coach Warren Gatland: “Looking at the objectives of this tour, we are right on track, we have won two games from two but more importantly we have exposed players to Test rugby.“We want to go home three from three but we know the challenge that we are up against this weekend and we also are looking at the bigger picture. We might have picked a slightly different team if it was just about results but it is about more than that, it is about building for 2019.”Any interesting statistics?Warren Gatland has picked a different scrum-half for all three Tests on this tour, with Aled Davies getting the nod at No 9 this week after Tomos Williams and Gareth Davies started the previous games. It’s a position where Wales need to build depth with Rhys Webb now unavailable following his move to Toulon.Centre of attention: Owen Watkin makes a break against Italy (Getty Images)Martin Landajo will become only the sixth Argentina player to win 80 caps and could overtake Felipe Contepomi’s Pumas record of 87 Test appearances later this year.Ellis Jenkins was Man of the Match against South Africa while James Davies picked up that gong last week against the Pumas.Argentina lost 35-25 to England in Santa Fe last year but have beaten Italy (30-24 in 2016) and Ireland (22-20 in 2007) there.When does it kick off and is it on TV?The match is being played at Brigadier General Estanislao Lopez Stadium in Santa Fe, which is north-west of Buenos Aires. It kicks off at 8.40pm UK time on Saturday night and you can watch the game live on Channel 4.South African Jaco Peyper is in charge of this Test, with Andrew Brace and Mathieu Raynal his assistants.Settled: Argentina have made just one change to their starting line-up (Getty Images)What are the line-ups?ARGENTINA: Emiliano Boffelli; Bautista Delguy, Matias Orlando, Jeronimo de la Fuente, Ramiro Moyano; Nicolas Sanchez, Martin Landajo; Santiago Garcia Botta, Agustin Creevey (captain), Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro, Guido Petti, Tomas Lavanini, Pablo Matera, Marcos Kremer, Javier Ortega Desio.Replacements: Julian Montoya, Javier Diaz, Santiago Medrano, Matias Alemanno, Tomas Lezana, Gonzalo Bertranou, Santiago Gonzalez Iglesias, Sebastien Cancelliere.WALES: Hallam Amos; Josh Adams, Scott Williams, Owen Watkin, George North; Rhys Patchell, Aled Davies; Rob Evans, Ryan Elias, Tomas Francis, Adam Beard, Cory Hill (captain), Ellis Jenkins, James Davies, Ross Moriarty. Replacements: Elliot Dee, Nicky Smith, Dillon Lewis, Bradley Davies, Josh Turnbull, Tomos Williams, Gareth Anscombe, Tom Prydie.Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.center_img All you need to know about the second Test between Argentina and Wales in Santa Fe Argentina v Wales Preview for Match TwoHaving beaten the Pumas in Argentina for the first time since 2004, Wales are now looking to secure only their second Test series victory on Argentinian soil and their first in nearly 20 years.Wales won both Tests in 1999 and will be looking to repeat the feat as they continue to build for next year’s Rugby World Cup. Having rested several senior players for this tour, a series win – on top of the victory over South Africa in Washington – would be an impressive return for Warren Gatland.In contrast, the pressure is continuing to mount on Pumas coach Daniel Hourcade. Last weekend’s 23-10 defeat by Wales was a 14th loss in 16 Tests for Argentina, with their only victories in 2017 coming over Georgia and Italy.Back at nine: Martin Landajo starts at scrum-half for Argentina (Getty Images)The Pumas have experienced a drop in form since reaching the quarter-finals of the last World Cup and more was expected in this series given how well the Sunwolves have been performing in Super Rugby, so they will be desperate for a better result in Santa Fe.Here’s what you need to know about the match…What’s the big team news?Wales have made five changes to the team that won last Saturday. In the back-line, Owen Watkin comes in for the injured Hadleigh Parkes while Aled Davies starts at scrum-half. In the pack, Ryan Elias and Tomas Francis are picked in the front row and Ellis Jenkins is selected at blindside.Cory Hill retains the captaincy, with Jenkins charged with focusing on a new role at No 6. He and James Davies, both traditionally opensides, will be looking to form a similarly successful partnership to that which Sam Warburton and Justin Tipuric achieved last year.Super seven: James Davies was Man of the Match last weekend (Getty Images)As for Argentina, they have made just one change with Martin Landajo, who will win his 80th cap, replacing Gonzalo Bertranou at scrum-half. The hope is that the experienced nine can manage the game better and get Argentina performing more accurately and effectively than last week.What have the coaches said?Argentina head coach Daniel Hourcade: “We are going to see a team with much attitude and fire with the desire to change the image that we left in San Juan.“The key thing is to change the attitude. We must put into operation the game plan that the past week we did not manage to do.”last_img read more

L’Évêque Primat prêche sur « le pardon, le repentir, la guérison…

first_img Rector Knoxville, TN An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Rector Shreveport, LA AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Presiding Bishop Michael Curry Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ Rector Martinsville, VA Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET TryTank Experimental Lab and York St. John University of England Launch Survey to Study the Impact of Covid-19 on the Episcopal Church TryTank Experimental Lab Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Featured Events Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem L’Évêque Primat prêche sur « le pardon, le repentir, la guérison et la réconciliation », en Haïti Tags Featured Jobs & Calls Submit an Event Listing Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest Rector Tampa, FL Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Submit a Job Listing Associate Rector Columbus, GA Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA center_img Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Haiti, Rector Hopkinsville, KY Curate Diocese of Nebraska Rector Belleville, IL Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Director of Music Morristown, NJ Rector Albany, NY Youth Minister Lorton, VA Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI Submit a Press Release Rector Collierville, TN New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group Press Release Service Posted May 23, 2017 Rector Smithfield, NC Rector Pittsburgh, PA Rector Washington, DC Rector Bath, NC Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Michael B. Curry, l’Évêque Primat de l’Église épiscopale (au centre), l’évêque d’Haïti Jean Zaché Duracin (à gauche) et l’évêque suffragant d’Haïti Ogé Beauvoir (à droite) s’entretiennent avant l’Eucharistie solennelle du mardi 23 mai à Port-au-Prince en Haïti. Les évêques et les membres du Comité permanent diocésain ont solennellement signé un pacte visant à guérir et réconcilier le diocèse. Photo : Michael Hunn[Episcopal News Service] L’Évêque Primat Michael Curry a prononcé un sermon « à l’occasion de la signature liturgique du pacte de réconciliation », le 23 mai à l’Episcopal Theological Seminary de Port-au-Prince en Haïti. L’ensemble du clergé du diocèse a assisté à la liturgie spéciale.« Le pardon et le repentir, la guérison et la réconciliation mutuels sont un travail ardu qui prend souvent du temps. Guérison et réconciliation ne surviennent pas rapidement. Mais elles surviennent si nous sommes disposés à permettre à la grâce de Dieu d’œuvrer en nous, car la grâce de Dieu est suffisante. Dieu le peut », a déclaré Michael Curry dans son sermon.Le 24 avril, l’Église épiscopale a annoncé que Michael Curry, l’évêque d’Haïti Jean Zaché Duracin, l’évêque suffragant d’Haïti Ogé Beauvoir et le Comité permanent diocésain avaient conclu un pacte qui « vise à traiter et à résoudre les nombreux points de conflit qui ont pesé sur le diocèse ».La liturgie du 23 mai comprenait une signature officielle du Pacte qui est entré en vigueur en avril.Sermon à l’occasion de la signature liturgique du Pacte de réconciliationLe Diocèse épiscopal d’HaïtiL’Évêque Primat Michael B. Curryle mardi 23 mai 2017 « Quant aux onze disciples, ils se rendirent en Galilée, à la montagne où Jésus leur avait ordonné de se rendre. Quand ils le virent, ils se prosternèrent mais ils eurent des doutes. Jésus s’approcha d’eux et leur adressa ces paroles : « Tout pouvoir m’a été donné au ciel et sur la terre. Allez donc ; de toutes les nations faites des disciples, les baptisant au nom du Père et du Fils et du Saint-Esprit, leur apprenant à garder tout ce que je vous ai prescrit. Et moi, je suis avec vous tous les jours jusqu’à la fin des temps » Matthieu 28:16 à 20I.Mes frères et sœurs, je vous salue au nom de notre Seigneur et Sauveur Jésus-Christ. Je vous transmets de même les salutations de vos frères et sœurs en Christ qui sont, avec vous, l’Église épiscopale ou, mieux encore, la branche épiscopale du Mouvement de Jésus.Je remercie notre Dieu pour vous, pour les ministères fidèles du clergé et des laïcs ici. Pour vous, le clergé de ce diocèse, pour les gens des églises, des paroisses et des missions, pour toutes les écoles qui éduquent de nouvelles générations d’enfants, pour les cliniques et les hôpitaux qui prennent soin des malades, pour des ministères comme l’école Saint-Vincent pour enfants handicapés, le centre d’agriculture Saint-Barnabas, l’école de musique Sainte-Trinité, pour les ministères que vous et beaucoup d’autres partagez avec des groupes comme l’Episcopal Relief and Development, Fresh Ministries, Food for the Poor, Heifer International, l’Université épiscopale d’Haïti et beaucoup, beaucoup d’autres.Mais je tiens à ajouter un mot spécial de remerciement et de gratitude à Dieu tout puissant. Dans le Sermon sur la montagne que l’on trouve dans Matthieu aux chapitres 5 à 7, le Seigneur Jésus nous a enseigné que bien souvent on réalise le chemin de l’amour par notre volonté de faire un effort supplémentaire, parfois lorsque cela fait mal. Le chemin de l’amour, nous a enseigné Jésus, est le chemin de croix, la volonté de sacrifier son propre intérêt, voire soi-même, pour le bien d’autrui. C’est le chemin de Jésus. Et il est notre Seigneur ! Et nous sommes ses disciples.Et vous,le révérend clergé de ce diocèse béni,vous, le comité permanent,vous, chanceliers et autres membres du clergé, et autres leaders laïcs de l’Église ici,et tout particulièrement vous, mes frères évêques bien-aimés,l’évêque Zaché Duracin, l’évêque Ogé Beauvoir,vous qui à travers ce Pacte êtes disposés à faire l’effort supplémentaire, comme Jésus nous l’a enseigné.Pour le bien du peuple, pour le bien de la nation et pour le bien du Diocèse épiscopal d’Haïti.Vous avez sacrifié votre propre intérêt pour le bien de tous.Vous êtes disposé à commencer ce travail ardu et difficile de guérison.Vous êtes disposé par ce Pacte à ouvrir la voie qui mène à la réconciliation.Je vous en remercie. Gloire à Dieu !C’était sur la croix, alors qu’il était mourant, que notre Seigneur Jésus a pardonné même à ceux qui l’avaient torturé et crucifié. « Père, pardonne-leur car ils ne savent pas ce qu’ils font ». Notre frère bien-aimé, l’archevêque Desmond Tutu d’Afrique du Sud, nous a montré que Jésus sur la croix nous enseigne que le pardon est le chemin vers un nouvel avenir. Il dit que sans pardon il n’y a pas d’avenir.Le pardon et le repentir, la guérison et la réconciliation mutuels sont un travail ardu qui prend souvent du temps.  Guérison et réconciliation ne surviennent pas rapidement. Mais elles surviennent si nous sommes disposés à permettre à la grâce de Dieu d’œuvrer en nous, car la grâce de Dieu est suffisante. Dieu le peut.Et grâce à ce Pacte, nous – l’évêque Duracin, l’évêque Beauvoir, le comité permanent, le révérend clergé et moi-même, votre évêque primat, tous ensemble, nous franchissons ce pas par lequel chacun de nous se repent de toute façon dont nous nous sommes fait du mal les uns les autres, nous franchissons ce pas vers le pardon mutuel, vers  la guérison de Dieu, vers la réconciliation par le sang de Jésus Christ sur la croix. C’est ce que je m’engage à faire, et je prie et suis convaincu que vous allez vous joindre à moi.Nous ne sommes pas parfaits. Nous ferons des erreurs en cours de route. Mais si nous insistons, en suivant le chemin de Jésus, en marchant ensemble, en nous respectant les uns les autres, nous y arriverons car la puissance divine œuvrant en nous peut faire plus que ce que nous demandons ou imaginons.  Et ce monde a besoin de notre témoignage. Les gens ont besoin de connaître la puissance divine de guérison, de pardon, de réconciliation et de reconstruction. Les gens ont besoins de connaitre la puissance de notre foi alors que nous avançons vers le Royaume de Dieu.Comme Saint Paul l’a dit dans l’épître aux Philippiens :Frères, je n’estime pas l’avoir déjà saisi. Mon seul souci : oubliant le chemin parcouru et tout tendu en avant, je m’élance vers le but, en vue du prix attaché à l’appel d’en haut que Dieu nous adresse en Jésus-Christ (Épître aux Philippiens 3:13 et 14 TOB).II.Alors pourquoi est-ce important ? Pour Haïti ? Pour le monde ? Prêtez attention à la racine, à la source, à l’origine. La clef est toujours là, à la racine.Je suis récemment allé en pèlerinage au Ghana en Afrique de l’Ouest. J’avais été au Ghana auparavant mais je ne m’étais pas rendu aux camps d’esclaves ni aux châteaux où les personnes nouvellement capturées, étaient emprisonnées puis embarquées sur des bateaux pour être vendues en esclavage aux Amériques et aux Caraïbes.Sur les sites des camps d’esclaves, on peut encore voir ce qui s’est passé. Les écuelles ciselées dans la pierre par les esclaves, il y a des centaines d’années, sont encore là. Les puits creusés dans la terre sont encore là. Les cimetières pour ceux qui sont morts sont encore là. Dans la tradition orale de nos ancêtres qui ont raconté l’histoire de ce qui s’est passé là, transmettant l’histoire de génération en génération, vous pouvez voir et entendre les cris de nos ancêtres africains, désirant ardemment pouvoir respirer librement.Et puis il y avait là des arbres dans le champ entourant les camps d’esclaves. Ils attachaient les gens à ces arbres la nuit. Ces arbres ont tout vu. Ces arbres, qui sont encore là, sont témoins de ce qui s’est passé. Ces arbres, tout comme l’arbre qui est devenu une croix, portent témoignage.L’un de ces arbres, sur lequel sans aucun doute des centaines d’esclaves ont été attachés, avait un réseau de racines comme je n’en ai jamais vu, des racines aériennes grandes et épaisses. Et vous pouviez les voir creuser dans le sol là où l’on peut trouver des minéraux et des sources de vie. Les racines de l’arbre sont la clef de la vie de l’arbre.Le prophète Jérémie l’a dit de cette manière :« Béni, l’homme qui compte sur le Seigneur :le Seigneur devient son assurance.Pareil à un arbre planté au bord de l’eauqui pousse ses racines vers le ruisseau,il ne sent pas venir la chaleur,son feuillage est toujours vert ;une année de sécheresse ne l’inquiète pas,il ne cesse de fructifier » Jérémie 17:7 et 8Les racines de ce vieil arbre africain sont la clef de sa vie. Les racines de ce Diocèse seront la clef de sa vie et de son avenir. Et les racines de ce Diocèse sont en Jésus Christ qui a dit :« Demeurez en moi comme je demeure en vous. De même que le sarment, s’il ne demeure sur la vigne, ne peut de lui-même porter du fruit, ainsi vous non plus si vous ne demeurez en moi. Je suis la vigne, vous êtes les sarments. Celui qui demeure en moi et en qui je demeure, celui-là portera du fruit en abondance car, en dehors de moi, vous ne pouvez rien faire ». Jean 15:4 et 5.Jésus de Nazareth, crucifié et ressuscité d’entre les morts, est la racine, lui et son chemin sont les clefs de l’avenir du Diocèse d’Haïti et de l’Église épiscopale tout entière. Jésus est la racine qui nous ancre lorsque les tempêtes de la vie menacent de nous détruire.IIIPourquoi ce travail de réconciliation, ce Pacte, sont-ils importants ? Il s’agit des racines. Les racines de ce vieil arbre africain sont la clef de sa vie. Les racines de ce Diocèse seront la clef de sa vie et de son avenir.Lorsque j’ai rencontré l’évêque et le comité permanent l’été passé, nous nous sommes réunis dans la salle de conférence de la maison diocésaine. En m’asseyant à ma place, j’ai regardé devant moi de l’autre côté de la pièce. Et là, sur le mur, il y avait le célèbre portrait de l’évêque James Theodore Holly, le premier évêque de ce diocèse.Lorsque j’ai vu ce portrait, cela m’a rappelé un profond souvenir d’enfance. Mon père était prêtre de l’Église épiscopale. Et comme beaucoup de prêtres d’origine africaine de l’Église épiscopale d’alors, il avait des exemplaires des livres du Père George Freeman Bragg, Jr.À la fin du XIXe siècle et au début du XXe, le Dr Bragg, recteur de St. James’ Baltimore, retraçait l’historique des fils et filles d’Afrique dans l’Église épiscopale.Lorsque j’étais enfant, j’avais l’habitude de jouer dans le bureau de mon père. Et je me souviens avoir feuilleté ses livres. L’une des photographies et des biographies était cette photo de l’évêque James Theodore Holly. J’ai vu cette photo de lui lorsque j’étais tout petit. Et il a été un héros de longue date pour moi.Depuis encore plus longtemps, l’évêque Holly est un héros et un saint ici, à présent l’un des saints et des notables du calendrier officiel de notre Église épiscopale. Un témoin de la force de Jésus et dont l’espoir dans un nouvel avenir pour le peuple de cette belle île favorise encore la croissance de ce diocèse ainsi que de l’Église épiscopale elle-même.Peu après que l’évêque Holly ait quitté les États-Unis et ait emménagé ici, 43 membres du groupe qui avait émigré avec l’évêque sont morts de la fièvre jaune et du paludisme, dont son épouse et plusieurs de ses enfants. Mais lui et d’autres sont restés. L’évêque Holly aimait Haïti et le gouvernement lui a ultérieurement donné la citoyenneté haïtienne. Et il est enterré ici en Haïti.À un certain moment de son ministère, l’évêque Holly est retourné aux États-Unis pour lever des fonds et obtenir l’appui de toute l’Église épiscopale en faveur de l’église d’Haïti. Lors d’une intervention, il a plaidé en faveur de la continuation du soutien financier de ses travaux. Son intervention avait pour titre : « A Vindication of the Capacity of the Negro Race for Self-Government, and Civilized Progress as Demonstrated by Historical Events of the Haitian Revolution » [Justification de la capacité de la race nègre à l’autonomie gouvernementale et au progrès civilisé comme l’ont démontré les événements historiques de la révolution haïtienne].Il a rappelé au public que, sous la direction de Toussaint Louverture, le peuple haïtien, arrivé ici comme esclave, avait fait quelque chose d’incroyable. En ce qui concerne l’indépendance américaine, la plupart des colons américains avaient pour le moins une certaine apparence de liberté avant l’indépendance. C’étaient des colons, pas des esclaves. Mais la révolution haïtienne a été une révolution d’esclaves. Et tout comme les Hébreux sous Moïse dans la Bible, ils ont exigé et obtenu leur liberté.L’évêque Holly l’a expliqué de cette façon :La révolution en Haïti « est l’une des réactions les plus nobles, les plus grandes et les plus justifiées contre l’oppression tyrannique enregistrée dans les annales de l’histoire mondiale.Une race d’hommes pratiquement déshumanisés – rendus ainsi par un esclavage oppressif de trois siècles – s’est réveillée de son profond sommeil et a réparé les tords inégalés à son encontre avec une main terrible, au nom de Dieu et de l’humanité ».« Au nom de Dieu et de l’humanité ». Elles sont là : dans cette voix, dans ces paroles, dans l’esprit de James Theodore Holly qui a vécu pour cette Église et cette terre ; elles sont là les racines de ce diocèse.Les racines de ce diocèse sont dans le désir ardent de l’évêque Holly que l’Évangile d’amour, de libération et de vie de Jésus-Christ soit proclamé parmi les descendants d’Afrique ici en Haïti.Les racines de ce Diocèse sont dans la conviction passionnée de l’évêque Holly que, en suivant le chemin de Jésus, l’Église ici pourrait aider le peuple et la nation d’Haïti à se relever et à se réclamer du grand appel parmi les nations de la terre.Mais finalement les racines de ce Diocèse sont dans celui dont Isaïe prophétisait lorsqu’il déclarait :« Un rameau sortira de la souche de Jessé, un rejeton jaillira de ses racines » Isaïe 11:1.Les racines de ce Diocèse sont en Jésus-Christ qui est mort et est ressuscité d’entre les morts, par la puissance aimante de notre Dieu qui, selon la Bible, fait toute chose nouvelle.Ainsi, en nous y tenant fermement, enracinés dans la foi de Jésus-Christ, permettons au Diocèse d’Haïti de se relever et d’aller de l’avant sur de nouvelles bases !Relevez-vous, allez de l’avant et de toutes les nations faites des disciples.Relevez-vous, allez de l’avant et proclamez la Bonne Nouvelle de Jésus à toute la création.Continuez à prêcher l’Évangile.Continuez à enseigner aux enfants.Continuez à guérir les malades.Continuez à nourrir les affamés.Continuez à aimer les orphelins.Continuez à être aux côtés des pauvres.Et n’oubliez jamais que vous ne faites pas cela tout seul. Vos amis épiscopaliens sont à vos côtés.Car nous ne sommes pas simplement l’Église épiscopale. Ensemble nous sommes la branche épiscopale du Mouvement de Jésus. Et Jésus l’a promis : « Je serai avec vous toujours, jusqu’à la fin du monde ».Que Dieu vous aime. Que Dieu vous bénisse. Et que vous gardiez la foi. Amen ! Bishop Diocesan Springfield, ILlast_img read more

Villa Musu / Sanaksenaho Architects

first_img Photographs “COPY” Save this picture!© Jussi TiainenText description provided by the architects. Villa Musu is located on a beautiful lake shore lot with a pine tree forest surrounding the house. The design is shaped into a soft, organic plan that naturally flows into the landscape.Save this picture!Ground Floor PlanThe commission included a one family house with an entry porch, a Finnish sauna and an atelier. The indoor spaces as well as an outdoor terrace are covered by a bean shaped roof.Save this picture!© Jussi TiainenThe house is completely wooden aside from concrete foundations. Load-bearing walls are constructed as timber frames, and the visible wooden roof structure was inspired by the veins of a tree leaf. Facades are made of black painted timber of different width and thickness. This way the villa blends in into the forest landscape.Save this picture!ModelEnergy consumption of Villa Musu is reduced through extensive insulation in roof structure as well as the orientation of glazing. North and east elevations are massive walls, whereas south and west elevations bathe in natural light and benefit from natural passive heating with plenty of glazing.During warm summer months the overheating of rooms is prevented with projecting eaves.Save this picture!© Jussi TiainenProject gallerySee allShow lessM-House / TOFUSelected ProjectsPalacio de Hierro Antea Façade / Sordo Madaleno ArquitectosSelected Projects Share 2010 Year:  Villa Musu / Sanaksenaho ArchitectsSave this projectSaveVilla Musu / Sanaksenaho Architects Save this picture!© Jussi Tiainen+ 10 Share 2010 Architects: Sanaksenaho Architects Area Area of this architecture project CopyHouses•Finland Year:  ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboardcenter_img ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Projects Houses “COPY” Finland Villa Musu / Sanaksenaho Architects ArchDaily photographs:  Jussi TiainenPhotographs:  Jussi TiainenDesign Team:Matti Sanaksenaho, Jaana Hellinen, Pirjo Sanaksenaho, Maria Isotupa, Aleksi RäihäConstruction Engineering:Oskari LaukkanenHvac Engineering:Esko HelinElectrical Engineering:Jarmo NenonenCountry:FinlandMore SpecsLess Specs Area:  360 m² Area:  360 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project CopyAbout this officeSanaksenaho ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesHousesFinlandPublished on December 16, 2014Cite: “Villa Musu / Sanaksenaho Architects” 16 Dec 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogFaucetshansgroheKitchen Mixers – Aquno Select M81Vinyl Walls3MVinyl Finishes in HealthPartners Regions HospitalPartitionsSkyfoldWhere to Increase Flexibility in SchoolsCoffee tablesBoConceptMadrid Coffee Table AD19SkylightsLAMILUXFlat Roof Exit Comfort DuoMetallicsTrimoMetal Panels for Roofs – Trimoterm SNVSkylightsVELUX CommercialModular Skylights in Atelier Zimmerlistrasse OfficeStonesNeolithSintered Stone – Iron Moss – Iron CollectionCeramicsTerrealTerracotta Facade in Manchester HospitalWoodBlumer LehmannConsulting and Engineering in Wood ProjectsGlassBendheimLuminous Mirrored GlassWire MeshTwentinoxMetal Mesh – Golf Romeo 7More products »Save世界上最受欢迎的建筑网站现已推出你的母语版本!想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my streamlast_img read more

House in House / Steffen Welsch Architects

first_imgShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Energy Rater: ArchDaily Australia Save this picture!© Shannon McGrath+ 23 Share House in House / Steffen Welsch ArchitectsSave this projectSaveHouse in House / Steffen Welsch Architects Year:  CopyHouses•Fitzroy North, Australia ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOr Clipboard Photographs:  Shannon McGrath Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project “COPY” House in House / Steffen Welsch Architects “COPY” Photographs Houses Manufacturers: Sculptform Builder: Lee Gordon Builder CopyAbout this officeSteffen Welsch ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductsWoodSteelBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesFitzroy NorthWoodHousesAustraliaPublished on May 19, 2015Cite: “House in House / Steffen Welsch Architects” 19 May 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Browse the CatalogVentilated / Double Skin FacadeTechnowoodClick Façade SystemWindowsMitrexSolar WindowMetal PanelsAurubisOxidized Copper: Nordic BrownAcousticKvadrat AcousticsAcoustic Panel System in AMOREPACIFIC HeadquartersStonesCosentinoSilestone® Surfaces – Loft SeriesWoodLunawoodThermo Timber and Industrial ThermowoodLightsLouis PoulsenOutdoor Lighting – Flindt PlazaTiles / Mosaic / GresiteLove TilesPorcelain Tiles – NestAluminium CompositesMetawellAluminum Panels for Interior DesignMetallicsRHEINZINKZinc Roof Systems – Double Lock Standing SeamStoolsWilkhahnOffice Stool – Aline-SBulbs / Spots / Wall LightsUniosHorticultural Luminaire – Kobe FloMore products »Save世界上最受欢迎的建筑网站现已推出你的母语版本!想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream LID Consulting Architects: Steffen Welsch Architects Year Completion year of this architecture project 2014 Projects Products used in this ProjectWoodSculptformTimber Click-on BattensEngineer:Brock ConsultingBuilding Surveyor:Metro Building SurveyorCity:Fitzroy NorthCountry:AustraliaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Shannon McGrathText description provided by the architects. House in House is an exploration of site boundary as limiter, as frame to both internal and external spaces, form and void. House in House is a new build in a streetscape with significant heritage value. Our idea was that the home be an ‘uneasy fit’ within the street, creating a dialogue, an ongoing easy tension, with its predominantly federation style neighbours.Save this picture!© Shannon McGrathHouse in House is the articulation of a paradigm that considers an individual object as part of an entity which in itself is part of an even larger entity and so on. The key design decision was to develop the house as an array of small houses that are held together by a central circulation spine, similar to a row of houses on both sides of a street. House in House contains five distinct internal pavilions or houses and three courtyards or voids.Save this picture!Floor PlanEach of the pavilions or houses has discrete functions, and each individual house is linked through a main axis, doubling as both circulation spine and gallery for the couple’s extensive art collection. The courtyards punctuate the pavilions, drawing in natural light and ventilation. The largest courtyard frames the limits of the block and is for outdoor entertaining under a pergola. The smaller courtyards feature lush plantings, a retreat for one or two. This project is designed to passive solar principles.Save this picture!© Shannon McGrathProject gallerySee allShow lessThomas V. Vonier Elected 2017 AIA PresidentArchitecture NewsTham & Videgård Designs Sweden’s “Most Sought After Home”Unbuilt Project Share Products translation missing: read more

Lessons from Detroit: Socialist ideology and mass organizing

first_imgAbayomi AzikiweFrom a WWP Conference talk by Abayomi Azikiwe.Detroit has been and will continue to be at the forefront of the struggle against the ravages of capitalism in the contemporary period. The situation in Detroit and throughout the state of Michigan illustrates clearly that the so-called economic recovery championed by the Obama administration and the corporate media does not exist.Our view is that there is no real recovery for the working class and the oppressed under capitalism. The only real solution to the economic crisis is the overthrow of the capitalist system and the construction of socialism.This position has been articulated by Workers World Party through Sam Marcy in his “High Tech, Low Pay” thesis first advanced during the mid-1980s and continued in the last five years by Fred Goldstein in “Low-Wage Capitalism” and “Capitalism at a Dead End.”Detroit, which was the heartland of industrial capitalism from the early through later decades of the 20th century, poses profound challenges for the organization and mobilization of the people based on a revolutionary program. How do we organize workers, many of whom are from the oppressed nations, when their jobs, schools, houses and communities are being systematically destroyed through capitalist restructuring?Where do we begin in this period and what is to be done in light of the fact that the traditional basis for the organization of the proletariat has undergone monumental changes?We have no other choice except to go where the workers and the oppressed are toiling and living. We must approach our struggle based upon the concrete conditions in existence during this period.Wherever the workers and oppressed are we must be among them learning from their thinking and actions and engaging the masses with a revolutionary ideology and program that addresses their needs and ­aspirations.Mass organization and revolutionary ideologyOur approach has been rooted in the most obvious aspects of the capitalist crisis. Through the Michigan Emergency Committee Against War & Injustice (MECAWI), we sought not only to advance and maintain an anti-imperialist stance on United States military interventions in Afghanistan, Iraq, Haiti, Somalia, Libya and Syria, but also to stress that the Pentagon budget, the attacks on the Middle Eastern and Muslim communities represent the continuation of war even within the domestic confines of the U.S.MECAWI’s slogan of “Money for our cities, not for war!” appealed directly to the instinctive opposition to imperialist war among the oppressed and the working class. This same programmatic approach led us to seriously address the “housing question” when in 2007 tens of thousands of working-class families in metropolitan Detroit were being thrown out of their homes.The Moratorium NOW! Coalition to Stop Foreclosures, Evictions & Utility Shutoffs took the most logical step by working directly with families to save their homes but to also demand a general halt to foreclosures and evictions.These efforts won limited victories for individual homeowners and have extended the struggle to encompass both the role of the banks and the government agencies of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Today broader forces in Detroit and across the country are involved in the movement against foreclosures and evictions.Sections of the United Auto Workers, the Steelworkers, the Service Employees union and numerous community organizations have taken up this fight, freeing us up to address the looming crises of the cities that threaten pensions, health care, municipal services, public education and the right to self-determination among the nationally oppressed.Intensifying class struggleThese developments are a reflection of what the banks and corporations are attempting to carry out in Detroit, and it portends much for the future status of the working class and oppressed across the U.S. and indeed the world. What people need to know around the country and globally is that Detroit did not file for bankruptcy, but this illegal action is being implemented by an imposed, so-called “emergency manager” who, through the Michigan governor, is working on behalf of finance capital to steal every gain won through protracted struggles over the last 80 years.We have intervened in the Detroit economic crisis as well as the bankruptcy. Our slogan is “Cancel the debt!” The banks claim that Detroit owes $18 billion to $22 billion in obligations to the same financial institutions that stole our jobs, houses, city services and educational system. Our position is we owe the banks nothing; the banks owe us.As Comrade Fidel Castro advocated over 30 years ago, the international debt crisis was not the creation of the majority of people throughout the world. Consequently, we have no responsibility to pay for a crisis that was not created by us, but by the capitalists and the imperialists.On Oct. 23 in Detroit, more than 1,000 workers, retirees and community activists surrounded the federal courthouse at the opening of the bankruptcy eligibility trial chanting, “Hands off our pensions [health care, city services, art assets], make the BANKS pay!”We are certain that this unprecedented fightback will spread across the U.S. There must be a national coalition of the cities to fight the banks and ensure that they pay for damages done to the overwhelming majority of people in the U.S.Our struggle here in the U.S. must align itself with the workers’ movements in Greece, Portugal, Spain, Belgium, Italy and other states in Europe which are facing the same crisis. The escalating militancy among the South African workers is a reflection of the world capitalist crisis and one in which the South African Communist Party through its Red October Campaign has focused also on the role of the banks.Our party must enhance and deepen its work among the masses. We must bring a Marxist analysis to the struggles around housing, police terrorism and austerity. As a Leninist party we know that the people must be organized along revolutionary lines in order for victory to be achieved.FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thislast_img read more

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