Socialist Alliance has decided to withdraw from the Victorian Socialists because it has not lived up to its promise to build a more united left.
The Victorian Socialists
The Victorian Socialists released the following statement on stopping Adani on May 1.
While the final results of Victoria’s November 24 state elections are yet to be announced, Labor looks set to go from 47 to 52 seats in the state’s Legislative Assembly, after receiving a primary vote of 43%.
“I will only accept an average worker’s wage.” This is the promise of all Victorian Socialists’ candidates contesting the November 24 state election.
Former Geelong Trades Hall Council (GTHC) secretary Tim Gooden reflects on his experiences as a socialist trade union leader and discusses what he could bring to parliament if elected as the Victorian Socialists candidate for the Western Region in the November 24 state elections.
The Victorian Labor government wants to hand over part of Federation Square to the corporate giant Apple. The community resistance is building.
The Victorian Socialists launched its policy manifesto on August 24 at the Brunswick Town Hall, attracting about 600 people.
The Manifesto outlines a comprehensive set of policies the Victorian Socialists are taking to the state election on November 24, the key ones being affordable housing for all, an expanded public transport system and the renationalisation of the power and public transport sectors.
Our current industrial laws are anti-worker, anti-union and unjust. A campaign to change them is a must.