Resolution

Commemorate October Revolution

This Plenum on Organisation reiterates with emphasis our 21st Congress resolution on the centenary of the Russian revolution that called for 'celebrations to commemorate the centenary year in all-round way', beginning November 7, 2016 by organising events 'in the political, ideological, and cultural spheres', and 'to conduct a campaign to propagate socialism'.

Privatisation of Financial Sector

Resolution
Adopted at the 20th CPI(M) Congress, April 4-9, 2012
 
ON PRIVATISATION OF FINANCIAL SECTOR
 
The 20th Congress of the CPI(M) strongly opposes the privatization of people’s savings by the Government of India.
 
India has a bright record with respect to people’s savings. Household savings amounted to Rs 17,49,311 on March 31, 2011, and gross domestic savings constituted 32 per cent of Gross Domestic Product.
 
Domestic savings are channeled by means of insurance, banking, mutual funds and pensions to make up a stock of capital that constitute an important resource for meeting infrastructural and social investment needs.

On Sri Lankan Tamil Issue

Resolution
Adopted at the 20th Congress of the CPI(M), Kozhikode, April 4-9, 2012
 
On Sri Lankan Tamil Issue
 
The 20th Congress of the CPI(M) expresses deep concern at the plight of the Tamil people in Sri Lanka. The Tamil people living in the Northern and Eastern provinces of Sri Lanka suffered heavy losses and casualties during the last phase of the armed conflict with LTTE. Thousands of civilians, men, women and children died during the hostilities. Lakhs of people were displaced from their homes.

In Defence of the Rights of the Urban Poor

Resolution
 
Adopted at the 20th Congress of the CPI(M), Kozhikode, April 4-9, 2012
 
In Defence of the Rights of the Urban Poor against Anti-People
Urban Reforms
 
The 20th Party Congress of the CPI (M) notes that while urbanization in many states has picked up in the recent period in our country, the Central Government is imposing a regime of urban reform reflecting the policies of the World Bank. The basic thrust of these policies is to meet the requirements of the neo-rich, the corporate and foreign investors. Considering that the process of urbanization in a country like India also reflects distress migration to the cities of the rural population, these policies have a very negative impact on the vast mass of the urban poor.