Berlin SEP election campaign

PSG holds successful final election meeting in Berlin

By our correspondents, 17 September 2016

Speakers outlined a socialist program to unite the struggle against war with the fight against social inequality, the strengthening of the state apparatus and xenophobia.

“The danger of a third world war was never as great as it is today”

PSG candidate in Berlin election speaks on German television

By our correspondents, 12 September 2016

Christoph Vandreier made clear that the PSG is the only party in the Berlin Senate election campaign drawing attention to the war danger and mobilising the working class against it.

“War is never the solution”

Report on the SEP’s election campaign in Berlin

By our correspondents, 18 August 2016

The Partei für Soziale Gleichheit (Socialist Equality Party) is placing the fight against war at the center of its campaign for the Berlin House of Representatives.

Berlin state election 2016

Vote against war! Vote PSG!

Election manifesto of the Socialist Equality Party

1 August 2016

The Partei für Soziale Gleichheit (PSG, Socialist Equality Party) is standing a statewide list and constituency candidates in Wedding, Tempelhof-Schöneberg and Friedrichshain for the Berlin Senate (state legislature) election on September 18.

“No more war, ever!”: PSG presents posters for Berlin state election

By Partei für Soziale Gleichheit, 18 July 2016

The PSG’s election campaign connects the struggle against social cuts and war with the struggle against their source—capitalism.

Berlin elections: Workers and students speak out against war

By our reporters, 28 April 2016

As part of its campaign in the Berlin state elections, the Socialist Equality Party collected signatures in the district of Schöneberg.

SPD, Greens prepare for coalition in Berlin

By Emma Bode, 5 October 2011

The SPD looks set to form a coalition with the Greens in Berlin, although it would have only a one-vote majority.

The significance of the 40-year struggle by the German Trotskyists

By Ulrich Rippert, 30 September 2011

On September 17, the Partei für Soziale Gleichheit (Socialist Equality Party—PSG) held a European workers rally against racism, war and social cutbacks at the conclusion of the party’s election campaign in Berlin.

The political tasks arising from the Egyptian Revolution

By Johannes Stern, 29 September 2011

On September 17, the Partei für Soziale Gleichheit (Socialist Equality Party—PSG) held a European workers rally against racism, war and social cutbacks at the conclusion of the party’s election campaign in Berlin.

Julie Hyland addresses Berlin election campaign rally

By Julie Hyland, 23 September 2011

On September 17, the Partei für Soziale Gleichheit (Socialist Equality Party—PSG) held a European workers rally against racism, war and social cutbacks at the conclusion of the party’s election campaign in Berlin.

Trotskyist candidate in Berlin elections addresses European workers rally

By Christoph Drier, 22 September 2011

On September 17, the Partei für Soziale Gleichheit (Socialist Equality Party—PSG) held a European workers rally against racism, war and social cutbacks at the conclusion of the party’s election campaign in Berlin.

Socialist Equality Party (PSG) vote in the Berlin election

By Christoph Dreier, 20 September 2011

The Socialist Equality Party (PSG) received a total of 1,687 votes in the Berlin Senate election held on Sunday, tripling its vote compared to the last election five years ago.

Berlin elections: What does the “BIG Party” represent?

By Sybille Fuchs, 17 September 2011

The Alliance for Innovation & Justice (BIG) presents itself as a progressive party, but in fact advocates a very conservative programme.

Berlin elections: 5,000 demonstrate for better education

By our correspondents, 16 September 2011

Just over a week before the elections to the Berlin House of Representatives, about 5,000 parents, students and teachers demonstrated against the decline of education in the German capital.

Demonstration in Berlin against data retention and the surveillance state

By our correspondents, 15 September 2011

Germany’s Pirate Party joined the political establishment at a recent demonstration to stifle understanding of the central issues they claim to be combating: state surveillance and attacks on democratic rights.

European workers rally against cuts in social welfare, war and racism

By the Socialist Equality Party Germany (PSG), 13 September 2011

On September 17, the Socialist Equality Party of Germany will host a European workers’ meeting ahead of next Saturday’s Berlin municipal elections.

Berlin election: What lies behind the hype for the Pirate Party

By Martin Nowak and Christoph Drier, 10 September 2011

The recently founded Pirate Party is nothing more than an attempt to infuse new life into the discredited, right-wing traditions of German liberalism.

“Understanding Berlin”: The election campaign of the Social Democrats

By Christoph Dreier, 1 September 2011

Despite the economic malaise and the crisis of the Merkel government, the Social Democratic Party (SPD) has decided to run a campaign in the Berlin Senate elections that is devoid of politics.

The fight against the right requires a struggle against the SPD-Left Party government

By Christoph Dreier, 26 August 2011

The following leaflet will be distributed on Friday at a demonstration against the congress of the far-right “Pro Germany” party.

The Left Party’s campaign in the Berlin state election

By Christoph Dreier, 23 August 2011

The balance sheet of the SPD-Left Party Berlin Senate reveals the bankruptcy of Left Party propaganda, which seeks to foment the illusion that social reforms can be gained under capitalism.

German Left Party and British Socialist Party slander British youth

By Johannes Stern, 19 August 2011

The German Left Party and the British Socialist Party openly support the smear campaign of the bourgeois media and political elite towards young people.

SEP holds first Berlin campaign rally

By our correspondents, 17 August 2011

The Socialist Equality Party (PSG) held the first public rally in its campaign for the Berlin election set for September.

Profit drive behind German family tragedy

By Ernst Wolff, 12 August 2011

The death of a family of six in Berlin is the result of the practices of unscrupulous landlords and the privatization policy spearheaded by the Social Democratic Party and the Left Party.

Berlin state election: The offensive of the extreme right

By Christoph Dreier, 11 August 2011

Several ultra-right parties and groups are using their participation in the Berlin State election in September to disseminate vile propaganda.

Berlin state elections: Lively debate at PSG election meeting

By Ernst Wolff, 29 June 2011

A lively discussion about the current political crisis in Greece and its implications for Europe was at the centre of a public meeting held by the PSG in Berlin.

Berlin: Broad support for SEP election campaign

By our correspondent, 21 June 2011

In just four weeks, the Socialist Equality Party has collected over 2,000 voter signatures to support its participation in the elections to the Berlin state legislature.

Socialist Equality Party receives approval to participate in Berlin Senate election

By our correspondents, 7 June 2011

At its meeting last Wednesday, the state electoral commission approved the participation of the Socialist Equality Party of Germany in the September 18 Berlin Senate election.

Socialist Equality Party to stand in Berlin elections

2 June 2011

The Socialist Equality Party (Partei für Soziale Gleichheit—PSG), German section of the International Committee of the Fourth International, is standing candidates in the September 18 Berlin elections.

Support the election campaign of the Socialist Equality Party in Berlin! For a socialist answer to welfare cuts, racism and war!

2 June 2011

The campaign of the Socialist Equality Party (Partei für Soziale Gleichheit—PSG) in the September 18 Berlin elections is being waged to build a socialist alternative to today’s conformist politics and party landscape.