Moscow: United Red March announced for November 7

On October 24 at 8.00 at the Moscow Government building, notification was filed for the Red March on November 7, 2016.

The applicants announced their intention to conduct a march on November 7 at 19.00 from “Krasnopresnenskaya” Metro station on Zamorёnova street, crossing Trekhgorny and Krasnaya Presnya, with a rally at 20.00 at the monument to the Heroes of the Revolution of 1905-1907 on Krasnopresnenskaya Zastava Square (“1905 Street” Metro station).

During the Red March on the 99th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution, the leftist forces will declare the need for the prompt elimination of the capitalist system in Russia.

The organizers are planning to demand the release of all prisoners of conscience sitting in jail on trumped-up charges.

We advocate:
For free health care!
For progress and science!
For a decent wage!
For free education!
For the nationalization of the banks and basic industries!
Russia’s future is socialism!

Our demands:
For a New October!
October 2017 is coming!
Down with the power of capital, power to the majority!
Death to fascism — death to capitalism!
Freedom for Udaltsov! Freedom for political prisoners!

Participating Organizations:
Russian United Labor Front – Rot Front, United Communist Party – OKP , the “Other Russia” party, the New Communist Movement – NAC, the Communist Youth Union – SCM, Komsomol (b), the Russian Communist Workers’ Party – RKRP, “The Communists of Russia” party, the Russian Communist Youth Union – Komsomol, Interregional Association of Communists – the IOC, the RCP-CPSU, Union of Workers of Moscow, the “Labor Russia” movement, AKM-TR, Union of Migrant Workers, Interregional “Workers Association” trade union – MPRA, Committee to Protect the Rights of Citizens – KZPG, the “For ZIL” initiative group, and others.


Translated by Greg Butterfield

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