MAOIST INFORMATION BULLETIN – 6
[Occasion Bulletin of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist)]
No. 6 October 25, 2003
News & Views
Politbureau Meeting Breaks New Grounds for Revolutionary Practice
An important meeting of the Politbureau of the Central Committee of the CPN (Maoist) has been successfully concluded recently. A press statement issued by Chairman Prachanda on October 20 provides the summary of the notable decisions taken by the meeting.
The first meeting of the highest decision-making body of the Party convened after the breakdown of ceasefire & negotiations and resumption of full-fledged civil war has made an objective stocktaking of the situation and chalked out a plan of action for the days ahead. From the detailed reports obtained from the different Regions for the past one and a half month, it was concluded that the first phase of the new strategic plan was being implemented with grand success and the great People’s War (PW) was making important advances in all fields. Contrary to the claims of the spin-doctors of the royal military dictatorship objective reports from the battle-fields showed that the PLA had inflicted crippling losses on the royal mercenary RNA all over the country. During the period more than 300 royal mercenaries were killed and above one hundred pieces of arms including M-16, LMG, SLR, .303 rifles and tens of thousands of rounds ammunitions were seized. On the side of the revolutionaries the casualties were much less than propagated by the royal butchers and totaled around 200. Of course, a large number of civilians were massacred in fake encounters by the royal running dogs.
The meeting adopted a supplementary resolution to the earlier one, “Present Situation and Our Historical Task”, adopted by the CC meeting last June. This important document presented by Chairman Prachanda and titled “Let’s Concentrate Total Force to Raise Preparations for the (Strategic) Offensive to a New Height Through Correct Handling of Contradictions” (See the Full Text of the Document below) breaks new grounds in the development of the PW in the country. The whole thrust of the resolution is to prepare the revolutionary forces for assuming full responsibility of the country in the near future. Accordingly, while reiterating the basic analysis of the international and national situation made earlier, the resolution makes significant departures in the realm of revolutionary practice given the need to exercise new state power in almost all of rural areas in the country within the complex international situation. This way it is a continuation and further enrichment of the resolution on the question of democracy adopted by the last CC meeting and now in vigorous debate within and outside the Party. It is expected that the implementation of the supplementary resolution would strengthen the relations of the Party with the masses, isolate the enemy and contribute towards the preparations for the strategic offensive.
In the organizational field, the PB meeting has resolved to declare Autonomous Areas (both for oppressed nationalities and regions) People’s Governments in the near future. Similarly, Com. Krishna B. Mahara has been designated as the Party Spokesperson to disseminate current news on specific issues.
The meeting has also chalked-out plans for military and mass struggles in the days to come.
Revolutionary Military Actions Continue Unabated
After a nine-day break during the Dashain (Dushera) festival from October 2 to 10, gallant military actions by the PLA have resumed to reverberate throughout the country. Dozens of military actions in the form of ambushes, mining, commando attacks, sabotages and annihilations have been carried out everyday, reducing the enemy into a largely defensive position.
The new round of the revolutionary military actions was initiated with a raid on the Armed Police base camp at Kusum in Banke district (Far Western Terai) on the night of October 10. However, the raid was unsuccessful due to a number of subjective and objective factors and the PLA had to stage a retreat with significant losses. Within 48 hours the loss was partially compensated with another raid over a similar base camp at Bhaluwang, Dang district (Far Western Terai) on October 12. More than twenty-five royal mercenaries were killed and a significant quantity of arms including 14 SRLs, 1 LMG and 5 .303 rifles were captured.
Meanwhile successful ambushes and mining almost on a daily basis have put the enemy in total disarray. One of the most devastating ambushes with mining was carried out at Gaira of Ghanteshwar in Doti district (Far Western Hill) on October 15. In the process 20 RNA mercenaries were killed on the spot and another six captured but released after medication. The PLA captured 11 SLRs, 2 M-16, 1 LMG, 3 SMG, a load of M-36 grenades and heavy quantity of ammunitions from the site. This was a fitting blow to the royal butchers who had just committed the most heinous crimes on the innocent schoolchildren in Doti the other day massacring about a dozen and injuring much more.
Similarly in different ambushes on October 16, 3 RNA personnel in Sindhuli and 3 policemen in Palpa were killed, whereas one policeman was shot dead in commando attack in Jhapa. On October 19, one policeman each was killed in Dang, Parsa, Dhankuta and Rupandehi in separate ambushes. Successful ambushes were carried out against the RNA mercenaries in Chitwan on October 20 and in Saptari on October 22 killing one each and injuring about a dozen or more.
Also, annihilation of secret service agents in Kathmandu valley and a high sabotage at the residential premises of a serving minister, S.N. Shukla, in Rupandehi have sent chills down the spines of the votaries of royal military dictatorship. It may be noted that Shukla has been a notorious landlord and ringleader of criminals in the Western Terai region for long and this attack has given a big boost to the fighting morale of hundreds of thousands of peasants of that area struggling for their liberation.
A I Castigates Royal Dictatorship for ‘Disappearances’
The royal military dictatorship has been for years the worst perpetrator of heinous crimes against humanity and consistent violator of universal principles of human rights. Usual mode of its Hitlerite atrocities have been killing of prisoners-of-war in fake encounters, large scale ‘disappearance’ of prisoners, brutal torture in custody, mass scale rape of women, etc. Amnesty International (AI), the influential international human rights organization, has recently made of thorough exposure of the degree and scale of human rights abuses by the royal dictatorship.
In its latest 14-page report, titled “Nepal: Widespread ‘disappearances’ in the context of armed conflict”, the AI has passed a damning indictment on the royal military dictatorship especially on the question of large-scale ‘disappearances’ of the prisoners-of-war. Citing time-series data on ‘disappearances’ over the years, the report says:
To date, Amnesty International has recorded over 250 cases of “disappearance” throughout the country. Fourteen cases were reported in 1998 during an “intensified security mobilization”, a police operation involving the transfer of armed police units from Kathmandu to districts affected by the “people’s war”. As security operations intensified, a further 80 cases were reported during 1999 and 2001. Following the declaration of a state of emergency on 26 November 2001 and the deployment of the army, over 100 cases were reported in the context of joint security forces operations in the period up to 28 August 2002. A further 35 cases were reported between August 2002 and January 2003, when a cease-fire came into force. Following the collapse of the seven-month cease-fire in August 2003, Amnesty International has received reports of 20 more cases of “disappearance”. (P.1)
However, according to the more detailed reports received from grass-root levels more than 500 persons taken into custody by the royalist regime have ‘disappeared’. During the first round of peace talks on April 27 last the negotiating team of the Party had handed over an initial list of 322 ‘disappeared’ persons to the other side. Among the most prominent persons ‘disappeared’ has been Com. Dandapani Neupane (alias Deependra Sharma), a Central Committee member of the Party.
In recent weeks dozens of persons including student leaders Krishna K.C., Himal Sharma, Gyanendra Tripathi and others, renowned poet Purna Biram (Balaram Sharma) among others, have been captured by the royal military regime but their whereabouts are not known to anybody to this day. A few days back there were unconfirmed newspaper reports that a number of prisoner-of-war including Com. Chaturman Rajbanshi, a Central Committee member of the United Revolutionary People’s Council, were shot dead in fake encounter. It is quite often found that the people killed in the so-called encounter by the royal mercenaries have been the prisoners-of-war held in undisclosed custody for months & years.
Meanwhile there have been horrifying reports of repeated mass rape of women prisoners in RNA torture chambers, which we shall bring to light in subsequent bulletins.
Fate of Com. Gajurel Still Uncertain
The fate of Com. C.P. Gajurel (Gaurav), in detention in India, is still uncertain, as he has been remanded to further judicial custody by a Chennai court on October 15. It may be recollected that after his capture from the Chennai airport on the August 19, Com. Gajurel has been regularly produced in the court after every 15 days and remanded to judicial custody for another 15 days.
In a significant order the Chennai High Court on October 15 has directed the state government of Tamil Nadu (India) to reply within two months on the petition of Com. Gaurav asking not to extradite him to the royal military regime in Nepal. As the decision whether to deport or not would be ultimately determined by the political factors rather than the legal factor one has to keep the fingers crossed till the final decision is made by the ruling classes in India.
Meanwhile pressure is mounting from the progressive democratic forces within India for the safety of life and freedom of Com. Gajurel. On October 15, while Com. Gajurel was presented before the court, nine organizations staged an impressive mass rally in Chennai asking for his freedom. A committee to defend his life has also been formed in the south Indian state.
Similarly, a ‘Committee in Defense of Com. Gaurav (C.P. Gajurel)’ is reported to have been formed by prominent intellectuals and human rights activists including Prof. Manoranjan Mohanty, Anand Swarup Verma and others in New Delhi.
British Military Officer Returned Safely
A likely misunderstanding between the new state power led by the CPN (Maoist) and the diplomatic community in Nepal has been averted with the timely intervention of Chairman Prachanda in the case of a team of British Gorkha recruitment personnel led by a British Lt. Colonel traveling into the revolutionary base areas in Baglung district on October 19.
As has been reported in the press, the British military officer along with four Nepalese nationals serving in the British-Gorkha army had intruded into the revolutionary base areas in search of fresh Nepalese recruits for the British army. The functionaries of local people’s power had detained the British officer along with his Nepalese associates for briefing him about the new laws & rules operating in the revolutionary base areas. As the incident occurring spontaneously at the local level threatened to snowball into a big diplomatic row, Chairman Prachanda instantly sent the message to return the British officer safely, which was complied within 40 hours on October 21. The British officer on his return is reported to have verified good conduct by the revolutionary cadres and a likely diplomatic tension has been quickly averted.
The Party central headquarter has subsequently clarified that it was a mere spontaneous response of the local level cadres and the international community, particularly the UK government, need not read much into the incident.
The incident, however, has raised certain pertinent questions, which the international community and the new revolutionary people’s power need to sort out amicably through dialogue. It is now an established fact that there are two states, two armies, two economies and two cultures in Nepal. Hence, it is axiomatic that the old agreements made by the members of the international community with the crumbling monarchical state would not work in the emerging people’s democratic state. For the interim period of the virtual dual power in the country some workable arrangements between the new people’s power and the international community would have to be chalked-out to avoid such unpleasant incidents in the future.
The far-reaching significance of the recent decisions of the Politbureau of the Party lies precisely in this.
Let's Concentrate Total Force to Raise Preparations for the (Strategic) Offensive to a New Height Through Correct Handling of Contradictions
[Supplementary Resolution to "Current Situation and Our Historic Task", presented by Chairman Prachanda and adopted by the Politbureau of the Central Committee of the CPN (Maoist) in October 2003.]
This meeting of the Politbureau has been organized with a view to introduce necessary refinement to the policy & plan for the coming days by making a general review of the political and military situation after the last plenum of the Central Committee (CC), in general, and after the breakdown of ceasefire, in particular.
1. Review of the World Situation
The analysis and conclusions of the CC (meeting) on 'World Situation' have been all the more relevant and correct today. After the Iraq war, the US imperialism has been, with every passing day, isolated politically and caught in the quagmire of greater crisis militarily. This is getting confirmed not only by the contradictions manifested in the recent United Nations General Assembly meeting and the world conference of the W.T.O. held in Cancun, Mexico, but also by the increasing resistance against US troops even in Iraq and Afghanistan and the bankruptcy of the so-called 'Road Map' for peace in the Middle East. In the background of this crisis its (i.e. the US's) strategy to tighten its hegemony in South Asia is also facing newer problems. In this context, the objectivity of our policy to concentrate ideological, political and military attacks on the US imperialism and the royal military dictatorship surviving on its (i.e. the US's) leftovers has been proved in a grand manner. As a result of the initiative of the (Party) Center on the basis of the above policy, not only our relations with the communist revolutionaries and anti- imperialist masses the world over have been strengthened and expanded but also the diplomatic relations with reactionary forces having different levels of contradictions with the US imperialism are getting expanded. Hence, the Party should stress on to make the implementation of the said evaluation of the world situation and the formulated policy more extensive and effective.
2. Review of the Domestic Political Situation
The Party has attained a new offensive position politically, due to the flexible tactical stand of making the masses sovereign through a Constituent Assembly and the overall initiative taken for this during the negotiation process. Party's political supremacy has been established not only within the country but also outside along with the declaration of cessation of relevance of ceasefire & negotiations and appeal to go ahead with the resistance (struggle) after the presentation of the retrograde "Concept Paper" by the old state during the third round of negotiation and the massacre at Doramba at the same time. In this whole process the Party has been successful to exercise its strategic firmness and tactical flexibility from a new height.
The political existence of the old state, which has become a puppet of Western imperialism, particularly the US imperialism, is now reduced into a royal military terrorism against the people. The Party's analysis and conclusion that the old state has degenerated into military fascism dictated by imperialism after the palace massacre, has now been vindicated all the more sharply. The fact that the so-called commitment of the feudal elements towards multiparty democracy is nothing but hypocrisy is thoroughly exposed by their unwillingness to co-opt even the parliamentary political parties begging for their co-option even within the old state. By exhibiting the extremity of imperialist and feudal obstinacy, the old state is now making utterly ridiculous nominations to the so-called local bodies and is insanely advocating the organization of parliamentary elections. It is clear that a crafty conspiracy to put a veil of legitimacy to the military fascism of the old state by obliterating the existence of even the parliamentary political parties is inherent in all this. The political inaction of the major parliamentary parties is gradually turning into a cause of their own extinction. The political extinction of such elements that cannot gauze the impossibility of constitutional monarchy in the specificity of the present world situation of the 21st century and the development of civil war in the country is quite natural. The inability to grasp the fact that in Nepal there is no other alternative to either rally behind the leadership of the proletariat to complete the bourgeois democratic revolution or to completely capitulate to the military fascism based on the coalition of feudalism and imperialism has become the destiny of the parliamentary forces. The decision of the last CC that even though it may appear triangular in form but in essence and in class terms the political struggle in the country is bipolar, has been proved correct.
In this context it is clear that it is necessary to carry forward firmly the Party policy of concentrating attacks on military fascism by making political exposure of parliamentary capitulationism presenting itself as a middle-roader and by uniting with the broad masses and classes.
3. Review of the Military Situation After the Breakdown of Ceasefire
The strategic plan chalked out by the last CC as part of the preparations for strategic offensive and general insurrection is still in the process of implementation. Hence it is not possible to have its comprehensive review right now. However, as the initial stage of the new initiation projected in that plan has been completed, it is both possible and necessary to make an initial summing-up and to refine & concretize the plan for the future.
It may be recollected that the main spirit of the plan devised by the CC was to carry out decentralized actions in the first phase, relatively centralized ones in the second and big centralized ones in the third. As part of the decentralized actions in the first phase the stress was on inflicting damage to and blocking the speed of the enemy through small or big ambushes in rural areas and small or big raids, commando attacks and small or big sabotages in the cities and the Madhesh (plains).
As per the said forms and goals of the actions fixed for the first phase of the new initiation, this part of the plan has been a complete success. The decentralized but a countrywide chain of varied, intensive and daring actions has shocked and disarrayed the enemy and forced it to remain in a defensive position. The most important and gainful aspects of the new initiation were the successful and daring commando attacks, raids and sabotages in the capital, Madhesh and small & big cities. As a result of these intensive actions, it was amply testified that the enemy was not secure even in the capital and other cities and the rural areas in the Terai (Plains), as in the hills, were cleared (of the old state machinery). This consequence of the new initiation is an important achievement towards the goal of preparing grounds for the insurrection.
Road mining and ambushes have been carried out as per the expectations in numerical terms. However, the expectations of some qualitative ambushes have not been as much materialized except in the Seti-Mahakali region. In terms of accidental positional skirmishes, the encounters in Handing and Korchawang in Rolpa were noteworthy.
In totality, the new initiative under the new strategic plan has been accomplished successfully. In view of the big shock-oriented attacks in a centralized form carried out in the beginning of every new plan in the past and even the enemy and the people having been accustomed to them, this new strategic plan has been a matter of surprise for everybody. Despite its own heavy loss internally the enemy has made false propaganda of self-indulgence on this new process in the form of 'weakening' of the Peoples Liberation Army (PLA) and the 'success' of its own (royal) army. On the other side, as a result of the deliberate propaganda of the enemy and the ignorance about the essence of our plan, a section of the masses, particularly urban middle class intellectuals, are seen to be in some confusion and apprehensions. Even some revolutionary cadres seem to be disappointed in the absence of big shock-oriented actions.
In spite of some such illusions and confusions, what we should be clear about is that, in view of the entire national & international context after the breakdown of the ceasefire, our own political initiative, a definite kind of preparation by the enemy and our strategy of preparations for a nationwide counter-offensive, our policy of decentralized actions in the first phase was quite correct and objective. We should be clear that there was the danger of a negative consequence both politically and militarily if we had proceeded in the old fashion in the given context. The contrary propaganda of the enemy that it is "winning" and in the "offensive" while it is in the process of defeat and in the defensive, will ultimately benefit the People's War.
However, in the new context the existing forms of actions should be continued and stress should be placed on organizing centralized big actions, so that it may exercise a qualitative role in the preparations for counter-offensive and insurrection.
4. Refinement in the Practice of Military Actions
Not only in the hills but also in the plain areas of the Madhesh the old state power in the entire rural areas of the country has been basically destroyed. All such areas have come under the leadership and influence of the Party. This reality has been acknowledged not only by us but also by our enemies inside & outside the country.
In such a situation resulting from the development of the great People's War the general masses would naturally expect from us all the more seriousness and sense of responsibility. On the contrary, the practices of certain forms of our military actions in certain contexts have now been inconsistent with the level of development of the movement, (our) responsibility and expectations of the masses. If we are not able to refine the practices of forms of military actions in time, it will ultimately give rise to negative consequences. Hence, it is necessary to clarify our concept & practice in the context of immediate military actions as follows:
A. On Destruction & Construction
The principal goal of a revolution is to destroy the old state power and to construct a new one. Until the old state power is completely destroyed or until the revolution is successful, strategically the destruction is the principal (aspect). However, tactically and practically in areas and levels where the old state power is destroyed, the construction (aspect) gains priority in those areas & levels. Generally the process of construction starts with the destruction and there is a dialectical relationship between the two. Nevertheless, in the context of our practices of some forms of military actions, this dialectical relationship between destruction & construction has not been properly expressed. For example, continuation of activities like setting fire to the earlier Village Development Committee (VDC) buildings in rural areas already in our control and influence, blasting the buildings vacated by the enemy police forces with no chance of their return, sabotaging the economic establishments of traders, small industrialists and others willing to follow our policies & rules, etc, smack of assuming, destruction in an absolute sense. This raises the danger of increasing people's grievances against us and the enemy’s capitalization on it.
Hence it is necessary that we take the responsibility of development and construction activities and security of physical infrastructures and natural resources in the rural areas where the old state power has been destroyed and mobilize the masses for it. We should stress to carry forward the developmental and construction activities in a new style by making use of the buildings, land, forest and other economic establishments utilized by the old state & its functionaries in the past, for the new state power, and by standing against their possible sabotage by the enemy. It is essential to prove this through both our words and deeds in the rural areas in the coming days.
B. On Annihilation of Class Enemies and Spies
As per the physical liquidation of class enemies and spies, our Party's policy has been: to practice it on the selected ones and to the minimum, by informing the masses and obtaining their consent as far as possible and by not resorting to any ghastly methods. The current need of the development of the movement, particularly in the rural areas, has necessitated introducing refinement even in this method. Of course, we should not be unduly carried away by the vicious propaganda of the enemy and the opportunists about the physical annihilation of the enemy. However, while annihilating somebody if we fail to develop and observe concrete policy on class analysis, nature of his/her crime, democratic legal process to establish the crime and the method of annihilation, it may have negative consequences. It can't just be dismissed as a baseless charge of the enemy & the opportunists that in the past some of the annihilations have taken place flimsily on the grounds of not giving enough donations, not providing shelter & food, having politically opposed our movement, suspicion of being a spy, or having enmity with our local team members. Hence, if one has to resort to annihilation in the rural areas henceforth, it is essential to ensure that it is not done directly by a particular team or its definite members but a certain minimum legal method is adhered to. It should be strictly expressed in both our policy and practice that red terror does not mean anarchy.
C. On Action Against Enemy Soldiers and Police Forces
It is axiomatic and there is no question of any debate that the central and highest function of any revolution is to destroy the armed forces acting as the main organ of the old state through the People's War. However, while practicing common and known forms of military actions we do and should apply different methods in different situations. For example, during encounters in actions of ambush, mining, raid, commando attack etc, it is, and should be, stressed on defeating the enemy by inflicting maximum damage. Nevertheless, our known policy towards the surrendered enemy soldiers and policemen is to deal honorably with the prisoners of war, to convince them and provide them opportunity either to join us in the fight or to return home. It is against the principle and practice of the People's War to liquidate someone when encountered alone, or at home on leave, or anywhere on the spot just because he happens to earn a living in the enemy's army or the police force, and ultimately its consequence is to unify rather than disintegrate the enemy. Hence, primarily in the rural areas, when someone serving in the enemy's army or police forces returns home on leave he should not be terrorized or annihilated but indoctrinated and persuaded to abandon the (enemy) service. The manifestation of a correct policy, as we have been hammering since the beginning, is to enlighten the family members of those serving in the enemy's army and police force, to organize them and protect them. From now onwards we should strive to assure and make them realize that their family members would be safe when at home either after or without leaving the (enemy) service.
In the case of those who have committed numerous and heinous crimes in the past, or higher officers in the enemy army or police force, they should be captured and dealt with as mentioned in Section 'B' earlier.
D. On Dealing with Opposition Political Leaders and Cadres
Generally our policy towards the various reactionary and opportunist political parties has been to give precedence to their political exposure. We have been asserting that any physical action against somebody should be not because of his/her membership of a particular political party but due to his/her crime against the people and the People's War. Moreover, as the parties in power or in the opposition have different immediate tactical behavior, we have been accordingly dealing with them differently and should continue to do so. We should strive to have amicable relations with those political parties which are objectively closer to us politically even if it is only in the immediate and tactical sense.
In the past some of our actions have gone against the correct and total evaluation of the contradictions and the said policy of the Party. In the new situation we should on the one hand, strive to strictly implement the above policy and, on the other, strive to follow the earlier mentioned democratic legal process in the context of such persons deserving any kind of punishment or physical action. In case of somebody's arrest the reasons for the same should be made public without delay.
E. On Collection of Donations
The enemy has been making a big issue of our method of collecting donations to spread illusion amongst the middle classes. To deprive the enemy of this weapon and to prevent the middle classes from getting mislead and terrorized, it has been necessary to make our donations policy more systematic and refined. In the past, while collecting donations there have been some lapses in making adequate class analysis of the related persons, organizations, etc, in studying their background and in dealing with them accordingly. As a result a lot of anarchy has been seen in the field of financial collections. Hence in the future this anarchy should be ended and to make the financial collection process more systematic a concrete criteria for collecting donations from the people on a class basis should be fixed and, on the other side, a system of punishing and taxing the enemy should be developed.
It is essential that the (Party) Regional Bureaus should control the activities of collection of donations and taxes.
F. On Various National & International Non-Governmental Organizations
Even though in the past we made marginal differentiation in the context of ending the hegemony of the old state in rural areas, generally we had an offensive policy against all types of NGOs & INGOs. However, in the changed current situation it is necessary to refine this policy.
It is essential to deal positively with such NGOs, which are not straightway linked politically with the old state and are desirous of working in tandem with our policies and plans in the rural areas. Similarly, except for those INGOs directly financed by the US imperialism that has been most hostile towards the People's War at the international level, we should not carry out any physical action or exercise coercion against the INGOs related with neutral countries or those not hostile against the People's War like the European Union and others and should strive to solve the problem through dialogue, interaction and coordination.
It has been particularly essential to demonstrate maturity in this policy in the light of the global watch on our minor activities and the totality of the contradictions.
5. On the Future Military Plan
It has been already mentioned that the military plan prepared by the last meeting of the CC was correct and it is still in the process of implementation. As the use of 'relative centralization' terminology has objectively created some misgivings and pressure on the PLA, while refining this plan the policy of relatively centralized actions needs to be excluded for the time being. We should be clear that objectively relative centralization would be automatically present within the decentralized actions. Hence, in the coming plan decentralized actions should be resolutely carried forward without any pressure and preparations should be made for centralized and definite big actions.
6. On the presentation of the People's State Power
In the light of the current situation of the total rural areas of the country having passed on to the influence and control of the People's War and a noteworthy rise in the international publicity and influence, the following steps should be taken to raise the political intervention against the old state to a new height:
a) To appeal to the United Nations and other international forums for the representation of the people's power while opposing the so-called representation of the military fascist old state.
b) To request through formal communication with all the countries of the world affiliated to the United Nations for support and cooperation to the new state power against the old state.
c) It is necessary to systematize the policy, plan and program of the new state power so as to assume responsibility for the entire rural areas in the country. For this, a concrete program of the people's power in all the economic, political, social and cultural spheres should be implemented and the preparations for the final insurrection be hastened.