32 THE WORKERS COUNCIL APRIL 15, 1921.
Communist International NEXT CONGRESS OF THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL The Executive Committee of the Communist International has decided to convene the 3rd Congress of the Third Communist International on the 1st of June 1921.
The Executive Committee of the Communist International adopted the following provisional agenda: DRAFT OF AGENDA FOR THE THIRD CONGRESS OF THE COMMUNIST INTERNATIONAL Report of the Executive of the Communist International. The economic world crisis and the new tasks of the Communist International. Tactics of the Communist International during the Revolution. Transition period (special requirements, special actions and final struggle of the Revolution. Fight against the Amsterdam yellow Trade Union Federation. The Red Trade Union International and the Communist International. Construction of the Communist Parties, the methods of their work. Construction of the Communist International and its relation to the afliliated parties. The Eastern question.
10. The Italian Socialist Party and the Communist International. Appeal of the Italian Socialist Party against the resolution of the Executive Committee. 11. The Communist Labor Party of Germany and the Communist International. Appeal of the United Communist Party of Germany against the resolution of the Executive Committee of the Communist International. 12. The Women Movement.
13. The Young Communist Movement.
14. Election of the Executive Committee of the Communist International. Headquarters of the 15. Other business. Zmovnsv. a.
1) The Executive afirrns its» resolution in the Italian question and continues to support the Communist Party of Italy.
2) The Executive protests most determinedly against the support given by one or the presidents of the United Communist Party, Com. Levi, to the centrist fraction Serratti in Livorno and after Livorno. The Executive is firmly convinced that the overwhelming majority of the German sister party on the Italian question is on the side of the Italian Communists and or the Executive and not on the side of Com. Levi.
3) The Executive declares its agreement with the resolution of the Central Committee of the United Communist Party of February list and begs the Central Committee not to recognize any explanations of this resolution which could mean support of the Centrist Serrati fraction and create difieulties to the Italian Communists.
This resolution was unanimously adopted by the Executive Committee of the Communist International after an exact examination of the situation. The representatives of the United Communist Party of Germany voted for the points and and against point Exscu rzvs Couumn or ran Connors! Inmnflowu.
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