Lets struggle for an Anti-imperialist, Anti-feudal, Peoples Democratic Pakistan

Why Workers Party is formed?
Basic Principles WPP (English)
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History of Progressive Movement Pak
Leadership of WPP
Debate in the National Media
Party Manifesto (Urdu)
WPP Program (Urdu)
Political Document (English)
Party Conference (press coverage)
Guiding Principles AWP
WPP Manifesto (English)
WPP Programme (ENG)
WPP Political Document (Eng)




Workers Party Pakistan

     Five progressive, leftist political parties, namely National Workers Party Pakistan, Communist Mazdoor Kissan Party (Communist Workers and Peasants Party) Pakistan, Peoples Rights Movement Pakistan (Peoples Resistance), Watan Dost Mazdoor Federation (Patriot Labour Federation) and Awami Mazdoor Anjuman (Peoples Labour Association), along with a number of other progressive democratic groups operating in the different regions of the Pakistan, anti-imperialist intellectuals, trade unionists and enlightened youth, after a series of meetings, discussions and debates have decided on 20-21 March 2010 to merge into a single political party called Workers Party Pakistan.



Workers Party Pakistan, Labour Party Pakistan and Awami Party Pakistan merge together on 11 November 2012 and formed a united party of left "AWAMI WORKERS PARTY".

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Labour Declaration Karachi 2010


Bradford Declaration Progressive Writers Conference 2010


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Peasants Conference - March 2005  Toba Tek Singh (Pakistan)


Peoples Democratic Movement (United Front of Pak Left)

Equality, Fraternity, Social Justice  South Asian Peoples Forum UK


Workers Party Pakistan

Head Office: 5-McLeod Road, Lahore 54000, Pakistan

Tel & Fax: +92 (0)42 7357091
info@wp-pk.org          Web: www.wp-pk.org