In the extremely unlikely event of Dennis Kucinich winning the US presidency in 2008, he might find himself working with communists, not just at home, but abroad.
Speaking at the November gathering of 64 communist parties in Lisbon, a Russian Communist leader called on foreign parties to help ensure the Communists have the best possible chance in the 2007 elections.
From the CPUSA’s Peoples Weekly World
Gennadi Zyuganov, chair of the central committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, urged communist and workers’ parties to send observers to monitor elections to the State Duma, the lower house of Parliament, to help expose elements intent on stealing the election in 2007.
“We will mark the 90th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution next year,” Zyuganov said. “We are planning to meet this anniversary with energetic preparations for the elections. Your participation in the celebration of this great date will be a contribution to our struggle.”