work “Achievements and successes of the working class in
socialism”, published by “Synchroni Epochi”, was presented by
the KKE's Central Committee, on July 12th
in Egaleo, Athens.
future isn't capitalism. It is the new world, socialism”! This
slogan was shouted by hundreds of members and friends of the KKE and
KNE at “Alexis Minotis” municipal theatre of Egaleo, where the
publication was presented. Working people from various sectors, who
live the intensive capitalist exploitation, listened with interest
the significant information that the new publication contains and
which proves the superiority of the socialist system. The
publication- a result of a collective effort by the Central
Committee's department for Labor and Trade Union work- consists part
of the KKE's greater multiform activity for the 100th
anniversary of the October Socialist Revolution .
was December 26, 1991 – 25 years ago- when the red flag with the
sickle and hammer was lowered from the Moscow Kremlin. It was then,
during the cold days of December, when the first socialist state of
the world, the homeland of the world's proletariat, bent under the
weight of the counterrevolution. Four days before, on December 22nd,
the leaderships of three of the largest Soviet republics had decided
the dissolution of the USSR, while the Communist Party of the Soviet
Union had been outlawed on summer of the same year.
events of December 1991 sealed the victory of the counterrevolution,
as the result of a process which officially began in 1985 with the
Perestroika and reached its peak in 1989 with the overthrow of
Socialism. Of course, the roots of the counterrevolution can be
traced back in a series of revisionist-opportunist decisions taken at
the CPSU's 20th Congress back in 1956.