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From the May 2006 edition of Socialist Democracy:

 

Morales’ Victory In Bolivia: Another Phase In Latin American Anti-Imperialist Struggle
 
US: Immigrant Rights - All Out For May Day Strike
 
Middle East: A Mine-Field For Imperialism
 
France: Mass Struggle Forces Government Retreat

 


 

 

November 18, 2005

 

LIBERIAN ELECTIONS – RIGHT WING VICTORY WILL ONLY AGGRAVATE THE PREVAILING BAD SITUATION

By: Peluola Adewale

Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM) Nigeria

Baring any eventuality Liberia, the first republic in Africa, has produced the first elected female president in the continent, though this is not the first time a woman would lead the war ravaged country. George Weah, a former world footballer of the year and his party, Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), have challenged the yet to be officially declared victory of Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, a former senior loan officer of the World Bank, on the basis of allegations that the run-off election was fraught with fraud. The Supreme Court rejected the appeal filled by CDC and referred it to the National Electoral Commission (NEC) which has begun investigation into the fraud claims.

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Feb - Mar 2003

US: "Living Conditions In Decline"

The General Secretary of Democratic Socialist Movement (DSM), Segun Sango, recently visited the United States. During the tour, he met several labour, youth and anti-globalisation activists and spoke on the situation in Nigeria and the African continent in general. In this interview with Demola Yaya, he narrated his experience during the tour. More ...


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