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(en) Canada, ‘Ruptures’ – Spring 2009 special edition by Ruptures - Union communiste libertaire (UCL)

Date Thu, 30 Jul 2009 21:49:41 +0300

An interesting publication from Quebec ---- In May 2009 a new organisation in Canada’s
Francophone Quebec, Union of Comunist Liberals (UCL), published a special edition of their
‘Ruptures’ journal on the internet. Here you can read an English translation of the
(French in original) editorial: ---- INTRODUCTION ---- As you may already know, more than
a year now NEFAC’s organisational members in Quebec have embarked on a project to found a
new liberal comunist organisation, with great results so far: in November 2008 more than
fifty comrades from seven different cities took part in the founding assembly of UCL:
Union Communiste Libertaire (Union of Comunist Liberals). ---- The organisation’s
constitution with our principles and aims has already been adopted. In this and other
founding documents our organisation’s anarchocomunist and platformist ideological roots
are evident. UCL’s constitution also touches the—inseparable from politics—delicate
subject of the importance of maintaining a liberal ethic in one’s private life every
single day.

In the assembly meeting a long discussion was concluded with important reflections raging
from a critical evaluation of our common history to questions on the revolutionary praxis.

The comrades of UCL’s first general assembly took the decision to openly publish some of
these documents containing our reflections and thoughts. We hope that these will enable a
more insightful understanding on our positions and the nature of our approach.

We wish that you will read our ‘Ruptures’ special edition with enthusiasm, as it comes
after two full years of of relative inactivity in the publications arena. We do work on a
more disciplined publications programme, though.

In this issue you can read the following articles, if you have a command of French of
course (no need to say that any translations are sought after with great delight!):

* Reflections on platformism: http://www.anarkismo.net/article/13899

* The politics of mass organisation: http://www.anarkismo.net/article/13865

* Four lines of thought on the revitalisation of the mass liberal mobilisation:

* Identity problems in feminism: http://www.anarkismo.net/article/13809

* 2001–2008 history of Quebec’s NEFAC: http://www.anarkismo.net/article/13796

You can read this document in the following languages as well:

* French (original): http://www.anarkismo.net/article/13915
* Italian: http://www.anarkismo.net/article/13921
* Greek: http://www.indymedia.org/en/2009/07/927476.shtml

Related Link: http://www.causecommune.net/

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