Another term for consolidating grouping Stripping chats

So COSATU`s political strategy, as set out in our 2015 plan, is at a crossroads: on the one hand, we have shown that a multi-pronged political strategy of engagement on many fronts is effective in ensuring not only that organised workers have a coherent voice in society, but also that they play a key leadership role.At the same time, we continue to confront the severe limitations placed on this strategy by an untransformed state; and an ANC, and Alliance which appears unable, for reasons summarised above, to move the country forward.We therefore need to consider whether our current strategy is adequate, and what more, or different, can be done, to move the country onto a new political path.

Post-Polokwane advances in consolidating the Alliance, are constantly undermined.The Alliance lurches between good coordination and unity, to dysfunctionality; and only sees the need to meet when there is a crisis While important interventions have been made in the movement and the state in an attempt to respond to these developments, lack of consistency by the political leadership in arresting this situation has meant that we perpetually lurch from temporary advances to political crisis.Because leadership structures are so compromised by these negative features, and contestation by different forces, they appear unable to forge a principled and coherent platform to place our politics on a different trajectory.At best, political leadership are confined to managing the effects of this situation.At worst, the leadership continues to act to reproduce these negative features.

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