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INDIA'S COMMUNIST PARTY RULES OUT POSSIBILITY OF A THIRD POLITICAL FRONT

2012-04-08, Mon, 09 Apr 2012 ANI

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India's Communist party rules out possibility of a third political front.

The Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPM) discounts any plans of the formation of a possible Third Front.

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KOZHIKODE, KERALA, INDIA (APRIL 08, 2012) (ORIGINALLY 4:3) (ANI-NO ACCESS BBC)

1. POLITBURO MEMBER OF COMMUNIST PARTY OF INDIA-MARXIST (CPM), S RAMACHANDRAN PILLAI, SITTING

2. (SOUNDBITE) (English) POLITBURO MEMBER OF COMMUNIST PARTY OF INDIA-MARXIST (CPM), S RAMACHANDRAN PILLAI, SAYING:"On the basis of a programme-based Third Front it is not the reality in the present situation. There maybe later adjustments with regional political parties and those electoral adjustments are necessary. But we don't envisage any Third Front on the basis of a programme with the regional parties in the current scenario."

3. PILLAI SITTING

4. (SOUNDBITE) (English) POLITBURO MEMBER OF COMMUNIST PARTY OF INDIA-MARXIST (CPM), S RAMACHANDRAN PILLAI, SAYING: "We will be rectifying those weaknesses. We are living in the bourgeoisie society. I told you about that, the feudal remnants are also there. So they try to seep into the party and we fight those trends. Factionalism is there, careerism is there, and individualism is there. So, may other weaknesses are there."

5. PILLAI SITTING

STORY: The Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPM) categorically asserted any chances of a possible Third Front being formed.

Politburo member of CPM, S Ramachandran Pillai said this at Kozhikode in southern state of Kerala on Sunday (April 08).

"On the basis of a programme-based Third Front it is not the reality in the present situation. There maybe later adjustments with regional political parties and those electoral adjustments are necessary. But we don't envisage any Third Front on the basis of a programme with the regional parties in the current scenario," said Ramachandran Pillai.

Further he noted that sinking popularity of the party and drastic decline in membership over the years was a major cause of concern for his party.

However, he observed that the party would work hard to correct their mistakes.

"We will be rectifying those weaknesses. We are living in the bourgeoisie society. I told you about that, the feudal remnants are also there. So they try to seep into the party and we fight those trends. Factionalism is there, careerism is there, and individualism is there. So, may other weaknesses are there," added Ramachandran Pillai.

The CPM's meet that began on April 04 saw the coming together of senior party members and activists.

This meet had been of significance since political strategies in light of electoral performance, especially in eastern state of West Bengal were discussed.

The CPM faced a massive defeat in the polls to the legislature of West Bengal in 2011 after controlling the reins of the state for more than three decades.

The meeting witnessed attendance of 734 delegates, 70 observers and 11 senior leaders.


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