National Executive

Proposed changes to the Socialist Alliance Constitution — put forward by the National Executive.

24 Socialist Alliance members issued a resignation statement over the night of July 2-3.

This is an edited and abridged version of a report to the June 12-13 National Council meeting, presented by Susan Price on behalf of the national executive.

This is an edited and abridged version of a report presented by Mia Sanders to the SA National Council meeting on June 12th, 2016.

The National Executive reminds all members of Socialist Alliance that we all share a constitutional obligation to treat other members in a respectful and comradely way. This applies in all aspects of political life, including Facebook discussions.

The Socialist Alliance National Executive adopted the following resolution at its meeting on April 29, regarding the launch of the 21st Century Socialism Tendency.

Liberal and Labor politicians, who govern for the big corporations at the expense of people, have overseen decades of cutbacks to social services, privatisations and attacks on our democratic rights.

Draft as at August 14, 2015 — for discussion This draft should be read in conjunction with Socialist Alliance policy.

The Eighth National Conference of the Socialist Alliance will be held in  Sydney, from January 20- 22, 2012.

The National Executive has prepared two documents - a draft general perspectives resolution and a draft statement on socialism. Branches and members should discuss both before the conference. Amendments can be moved at the conference.

This resolution was adopted at the December 10 National Executive meeting, with one abstention.

The impacts of neo-liberalism, including rising unemployment (up to 25% in areas like Broadmeadows), the crisis in housing; cuts to social services and attacks on workers' rights, provide fertile ground for the far right to organise, if left unchallenged by the progressive movement.

In response to widespread protests against corruption and the removal of food subsidies, the Sudanese government has instigated a crackdown on dissent, arresting and torturing opposition leaders, journalists and students.

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