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POLITICAL POSITION OF THE PRSP
 The political position of the PRSP is determined by the Party’s political line. Essentially, we  are referring to the strategies and tactics utilized by the party to reach its objective (Pan  Africanism: the total liberation and unification of Africa under a scientific socialist  government). Since the only permanent solution to the problems experienced by African  people is a united, liberated socialist Africa, it seems quite clear that the party’s strategic  thrust must be a plan of action against the existence of neo-colonialism throughout the  African continent. STRATEGIC THRUST OF THE PARTY 1. The Primacy of Africa: The struggle to educate the masses of African people globally that  a united, socialist Africa must be the primary objective in our quest for liberation.  2. Neo-colonialism: The dominant form of capitalism plaguing Africa today is neo-  colonialism. We must intensify the struggle against the internal and extjernal forces of  neo-colonialism primarily through the waging of a political education campaign that  exposes, mobilizes and organizes the masses to act against the true enemy-  internationalism capitalism.  3. To form alliances and coalitions with other progressive and revolutionary organizations  that seek to build a just society. To do so, it is necessary that all militants struggle  wherever they live to bring about polic\tical clarity and a higher level of consciousness  concerning the primary enemy, capitalism, in all of its forms. 
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