RESOLUTION OF THE SIXTH ECCI PLENUM
ON THE REPORT OF THE ECCI
13 March 1926
Inprekorr, vi, 52, p. 735, 6 April 1926
The enlarged Executive takes note with satisfaction of the report of the ECCI and observes that in carrying out the decisions of the fifth congress and the enlarged Executive in 1925 it has great successes to record. First place must be given to its success in the struggle for the unity of the trade union movement.
Substantial progress was made in carrying out bolshevization. The communist parties of Great Britain and China have won great successes. The open letter of the Executive to the CP of Germany created the conditions for the consolidation of the KPD and for its first great successes among the masses. The right danger in Czechoslovakia and the left danger in Italy were overcome with the help of the Executive.
The enlarged Executive expresses its confidence in the Executive and calls on it to put into effect more strongly internal party democracy, nationally and internationally. The enlarged Executive calls on all sections of the CI to support the ECCI to the utmost in its work to create real mass parties which, even in the period of relative stabilization, will win and retain the confidence of the masses.