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Socialist Democracy


8 January 2012

CURRENT FUEL PRICE HIKE:

Labour Must Adopt Strategy and Tactics That will Ensure Total Victory

The declaration of "indefinite strikes, mass rallies and street protests" by both NLC and TUC leaders, against the so-called fuel subsidy withdrawal by the government, which had instantly hiked the price of a litre of petrol from N65.00 to between N140.00 and N200.00, is fully welcome by members of the DSM.

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8 January 2012

Socialist Democracy Special Edition January 2012

CURRENT FUEL PRICE HIKE:

Labour Must Adopt Strategy and Tactics That will Ensure Total Victory

The declaration of "indefinite strikes, mass rallies and street protests" by both NLC and TUC leaders, against the so-called fuel subsidy withdrawal by the government, which had instantly hiked the price of a litre of petrol from N65.00 to between N140.00 and N200.00, is fully welcome by members of the DSM.

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15 December 2011

Socialist Democracy December 2011 – January 2012

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8 March 2011

Socialist Democracy 2011 issues

Click here for issues of Socialist Democracy published in 2011

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24 June 2011

18 years After June 12: What lessons for the working masses today

By Alfred Adegoke, from the June 2011 Osun state Special edition of Socialist Democracy

No thanks to the Babangida/Abacha military juntas which some 18 years ago annulled the June 12 1993 presidential elections results won by the business mogul, Chief M.K.O Abiola who later died in the Abdul Salami Abubakar military detention in 1998, June 12 has become an important date in Nigeria's political history. The experience of that era is usually referred to as the June 12 struggle (which actually spanned over 5 years) which today still remains a watershed in political discourse 18 years after.

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10 November 2010

Socialist Democracy Special Edition 09 November 2010

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26 October 2010

Socialist Democracy Special edition October 2010

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1 September 2010

Socialist Democracy October 2010

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30 April 2010

Socialist Democracy May Day 2010

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31 March 2010

Socialist Democracy 2010

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