I recently heard TV3 Ireland describe nationalisation in a very positive light (i fell off the sofa). The piece was in Liberia where the national industry of rubber has been re nationalised.
“On March 21, 1966, the Liberian Parliament adopted the Investment Incentive Code of the Republic of Liberia (the Code). The Code, revised on March 6, 1973, prohibits nationalization of private enterprises of private enterprises and aims to attract the foreign investment needed to stimulate Liberia’s economy.” [source]
I can not find a www source that shows the legislation reversing this law.
“Every onlooker is either a coward or a traitor” – Amica Cabra. If you are dissatisfied with anti-poor policies being implemented by African pro-imperialist governments and you are interested in fight back against these policies, the organisation to join is Committee for A Workers’ International (CWI). CWI is an international socialist organisation organised in nearly 40 countries and works to unite the working class and oppressed people against global capitalism and to fight for a socialist world. It has sections in Nigeria and South Africa. For more details, write to CWI, PO Box 3688, London, E11 1YE, Britain or e-mail email@example.com. To write to the DSM in Nigeria e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. The DSM website is: www.socialistnigeria.org and the CWI website is: www.socialistworld.net.