The Communist Party is standing in all five regional lists in the Senedd elections on May 6.
REAL POWER FOR THE PEOPLE OF WALES!
Welsh Communists will fight for the return of industrial powers stolen by the Tory government in its Internal Market Act. Then we can save our steel industry.
After Brexit, 70 policy-making powers in energy, transport, the environment, climate change, rights at work, public spending contracts and agriculture are due to come to the Senedd. Communists demand them in full. Welsh Labour, Plaid Cymru, the Greens and LibDems wanted them to stay in Brussels and the EU!
But we also need fund-raising powers, to keep a share of income tax, levy taxes on luxury development and raise low-interest funds for investment.
STOP BIG BAIL-OUTS FOR BIG BUSINESS!
Hundreds of billions of pounds have bailed out the Banks since 2008 and big business today. This is public money.
We need it to invest in the NHS, public services, housing, the environment, transport and a social wage and pension for all carers. Public subsidies to big business should be matched with public ownership.
DON’T WASTE YOUR 2nd VOTE!
If Labour or Plaid Cymru are strong in your region, they are unlikely to win regional list seats. So don’t waste your second vote – vote Communist, for real power for the people of Wales in a federal Britain!
COMMUNISM – ‘MADE IN WALES’!
Robert Owen from Newtown promoted the ideas of cooperation and communism in the 1830s – decades before Karl Marx!
The Communist Party has a proud history fighting for the Welsh people and the working class. We have supported a powerful Parliament for Wales for the past 80 years. We campaigned for a Wales TUC and its first chair was Communist miners’ leader Dai Francis.
Communists have always been in the front-line of campaigns for jobs, workers’ rights, public services and better housing – and against pollution and foreign wars.
This is Socialism
- Economic planning
- Long term investment
- Full employment
- A world-class NHS
- Homes for all
- Green energy
- No more privatisation
- Food for all
- Efficient public transport
- Dignity in old age
- A future for youth
- Real democracy
This is Capitalism
- Crisis and austerity
- Billionaire tax havens
- Monopoly power
- Crime and corruption
- Militarism and war
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Communist candidates are key force advocating Women’s sex based rights in Wales. Merched Cymru survey contrasts our principled feminist approach with those of other parties. Sex in the Senedd: What the candidates said – or didn’t say. | Merched Cymru
Read the analysis in the Morning Star
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