Encyclopedia of Anti-Revisionism On-Line

The Workers’ Communist Party (marxist-leninist) of Norway

The Congress of the Norwegian Federation of Labour

Published: Klassekampen’s International Bulletin, journal of the Workers’ Communist Party (Marxist-Leninist) of Norway
Reprinted: North America News Service, July 16-29, 1973.
Transcription, Editing and Markup: Paul Saba
Copyright: This work is in the Public Domain under the Creative Commons Common Deed. You can freely copy, distribute and display this work; as well as make derivative and commercial works. Please credit the Encyclopedia of Anti-Revisionism On-Line as your source, include the url to this work, and note any of the transcribers, editors & proofreaders above.

The Norwegian Federation of Labour is arranging its Congress in May. The WCP which has as one of its train tasks to strengthen and develop the unions' vigilance and ability to fight, adopted a statement on its congress concerning the NFL-congress. Here follows some of the main points from the statement:

“1) The NFL-congress in May must develop the basis for a new policy which replaces class-collaboration with class-struggle, 2) the union-members from the grass-roots are called upon to demand that the Congress pass the following resolutions: a) to oppose Norwegian membership in the EEC, b) to oppose the undemocratic proposition to dissolve different unions and to replace them with an NFL of departments. c) to oppose that union members under any circumstances as elected representatives shall remain silent towards their respective organisations d) support the demand to abolish all indirect taxes on foods, e) demand full compensation for price-and tax increases, f) to confirm the support of the union movement to the Vietnamese people.”