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From Urruña against the capitalist European Union

Resolution of the Anti-imperialist Camp Assisi 04

12. August 2004

The forces gathered at the Anti-imperialist Camp in Assisi, August 2004, call upon the progressive and revolutionary parties, organisations, collectives, groups and movements to study the proposal elaborated by the conference of Urruña, Euskal Herria (Basque Country), in June 2004.

The proposal launched by the Basque political formation Batasuna pursues the objective to open up a process of bringing together the anti-capitalist left of Europe – situated left of the reformist social democrat and communist parties. Its aim is to build an ample current against capitalist Europe and its Constitution which should be based on the principle of self-determination of the peoples. Thus we want to lay the fundament for a theoretical and practical confluence requiring time for debate and political rapprochement. At the meeting in Urruña four documents were discussed and a call elaborated which can be retrieved from

The forces participating at the Anti-imperialist Camp regard it as necessary to participate in this process as well as to broaden and spread it.

It is high time to start with the construction of a movement for a socialist Europe of the free peoples breaking with the neo-liberal European Union.

Adopted by the Plenary session of the Anti-imperialist Camp 2004 in Assisi, Italy, August 2-6