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INTERNATIONAL SUPPORT FOR THE TRIAL ON OCTOBER 26 GROWS (MLKP.INFO)

While the trial of the 23 communists who had been arrested in the Gaye Operation against our party MLCP in last September will take place soon on October 26, international support for the 23 imprisoned grows.

These are the names of the parties, organisations and individuals who sent supporting and solidarity messages or signed the solidarity leaflet published by our party's International Bureau: The Communist Organization of Greece (KOE), Dr. Hisham Bustani (Lebanon), Coordination Council of worker's movement of Ukraine, Editorial collective of the newspaper «Worker's Action» of Ukraine, Association for Proletarian Solidarity (ASP) of Italy, Party of the Committees to Support Resistance - for Communism (CARC) of Italy, Struggling Workers Union (S.L.L.) of Italy, Communist Party of the Soviet Union of Russia, Political Movement New Democracy Peru, Institute of International Solidarity and Friendship (ISAI) of Peru, Union of Women in Solidarity (Peru), Union of Youth in Solidarity (Peru),
International Red Help (Spain, France and Italy), Political Secretary of the Central Committee of the Chilean Communist Party (Proletarian Action), Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, Marxist-Leninist Group "Revolution" (Norway), Communist Party of Spain reconstructed PCE(r), Resistance Movement "23rd September" - Bulgaria, Party of Labour (Partija Rada) - Serbia, Revolutionary Assembling Switzerland, Commission for a International Red Help, Ricardo Cohen - General Secretary of the Revolutionary Communist Party of Uruguay (PCR), Communist Party of Germany/Marxist-Leninist-Red Star (KPD/ML), Prof. Ingrid Castillo, Bolivarian University of Venezula (R.B.Venezuela), KSΘ-ΘSSP (Communist Party of Czechoslovakia - Czechoslovakian Workers Party (CPC-CWP), Collective Militant Communist - France, Union of the Working People (Greece), Left Formations of the Youth (Greece) and the Red Party - Norway.
The Revolutionary Communist Party of Argentine, Members of the Labour Research Foundation (Bangladesh), chief editor of the daily newspaper "Revolution" and journalist Sajjad Alam Khan, The VOICE Forum (Germany), Clarissa Machado de Azevedo Vaz from Brazil, Workers` Union (Brazil), Solidarity Centre with the People of Brezil (CEBRASPO), MLMN, Anti-Imperialist Camp (Austria), International League of Peoples` Struggle (ILPS), Dr. Laver Stroka from Albania, Chanda Asani from India, Erik Schnabel from the USA, Communist Party of the Soviet Union (SBKP) - Russia, and the New Democracy Political Movement (Peru) sent solidarity lettets, too. They also send copies of their solidarity letters to
the Ministry of Interior, Prime Minister and the Ministry of Justice demanding the release of the 10 September prisoners.
The All-Union Communist Party (Bolshevik) of Russia organised an action in front of the Turkish Consulate in Moscow and showed solidarity with the 10 September prisoners.

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