Lenin: 149

On April 22, 2019, at 14:00, the Workers Front of Latvia holds a commemorative event at the Lenin Museum in Riga.

Dear Teachers!

Mūsu premjers Krišjānis Kariņš uzskata, ka valsts var ietaupīt uz skolotāju rēķina, ka mēs prasām pa daudz. Tuklāt, viņš atļaujas publiski izteikt domu, ka esam izlutināti un nedomājam par kopējo nākotni.

Hostages of New Landlords

After the bourgeois counter-revolution that took place in August 1991, the Latvian authorities constantly demonstrate complete contempt for the needs of the common people, and all legislation is built up by gentlemen who fled from the Soviet power in the 40s.

Time to Shorten the Working Day

Labor productivity is constantly talked about, justifying low wages. Say, in rich countries the worker works more productively, and therefore his wages are higher. These statements are not supported by any calculations, but they are presented as if not employers, but employees are guilty of low labor productivity.

Is There Working Class in Latvia?

When a question arises whether there is a working class in Latvia, emotional statements are usually made: “Yes, there is!” Or “No and can not be!” and their authors resort to rhetoric to prove their opinions.

Newspaper Workers’ Tribune #55

The echo of the Great Revolution is still audible. It is an eternal monument to the ideals of communism, a monument that makes it clear that the working class should be reckoned with and it will certainly take its own.

Pyotr Ivanovich Stuchka

On December 17, 1918, the Manifesto of the Provisional Workers’ and Peasants’ Government of Latvia, headed by Pyotr Stuchka, was issued on the establishment of Soviet power.

Class Struggle in Today’s Latvia

Protection of workers’ interests should be taken into their own hands. And first of all, it is necessary to organize your trade unions from below, choose your representatives who can be fully trusted, and seek collective bargains that are beneficial for employees.

Newspaper Workers’ Tribune #54

To promote their interests, the bourgeois are organized into numerous unions of industrialists and entrepreneurs, chambers of commerce and industry, confederations of employers and other associations.