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Colombia: Founding of the Red Libertaria Popular Mateo Kramer

category venezuela / colombia | anarchist movement | news report author Wednesday February 25, 2009 17:14author by Red Libertaria Popularauthor email redlibertariapmk at yahoo dot com Report this post to the editors

Bogotá, 23 February 2009

With great emotion and expectations we are pleased to announce that after two intense days of discussion and collective work we have successfully concluded the founding General Assembly of the Red Libertaria Popular Mateo Kramer ("Mateo Kramer" Popular Libertarian Network - RLPMK). [Castellano]


Founding of the Red Libertaria Popular Mateo Kramer


With great emotion and expectations we are pleased to announce that after two intense days of discussion and collective work we have successfully concluded the founding General Assembly of the Red Libertaria Popular Mateo Kramer ("Mateo Kramer" Popular Libertarian Network - RLPMK). Through long but fruitful reflection and in a general climate of debate and enthusiasm, the 11 groups that make up this Network have reached the following agreement points:

1. The RLPMK is an organization made up of individual libertarian collectives, working for Popular Power through the promotion of horizontal, grassroots self-organization and self-management in the physical and virtual territory of the city of Bogota.

2. The RLPMK carries out political work along with children, young people, political prisoners and workers, through popular, libertarian education, alternative means of communication and counter-culture.

3. The RLPMK carries out its activities according to the following organizational principles: complete self-management, horizontality, popular direct action, effective solidarity, grassroots work, collective self-education, popular ecologism and anti-capitalist diversity.

4. The RLPMK is part of the wider opposition block that rejects the current Colombian political regime and seeks to generate collective alternatives in order to advance towards a new world, a more just freer world.

The groups that participated in the Assembly and are part of the RLPMK are:

  • ESPORA (Grupo de investigación y difusión libertaria y popular) RESMA
  • CILEP (Centro de Investigación Libertaria y Educación Popular) MECH(A)
  • COLECTIVO CONTRACULTURA
  • COLECTIVO RES GESTAE
  • COLECTIVO 6 DE MAYO
  • CEALA (Centro de Estudios Abolicionistas por la Liberación Animal)
  • COLECTIVO JUANA JULIA GUZMÁN
  • RADIO DESPERTAR LIBERTARIO
  • COLECTIVO SIN NOMBRE
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Email: redlibertariapmk@yahoo.com

Bogotá, 23 February 2009

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