Vinnie Molina

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Vinnie Molina

Vinicio (Vinnie) Molina is the Guatemala born President of the Communist Party of Australia. He was a union leader for the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union.[1]


Communist Party of Australia October 26, 2019 ·


With Vinnie Molina, Anna Pha, Lauren Wilson.

Kiwi connection

Communist Party of Australia October 26, 2019 ·


With Andrew Irving, Anna Pha, Jamie Morgan and Vinnie Molina.

Solidarity with the Bolivarian revolution

Vinnie Molina October 21, 2017 ·


Solidarity with the Bolivarian revolution in Sydney NSW. With Daniel Gasparri charge d'affaires Bolivarian republic of Venezuela. Communist Party of Australia, CPA. — with David Matters, Warren Smith, Daniel Gasparri, Wayne Sonter, Elizabeth Hulm, Bob Briton and Anna Pha.

CPA leadership

In February 2009, Communist Party of Australia elected a new leadership after the death of long time General Secretary Peter Symon. The Party for the first time elected a woman to the position of Party General Secretary, well known political activist and former Party President Dr. Hannah Middleton.

Dr. Middleton was elected unanimously to the Party’s highest leadership position. Guatemalan born West Australian trade unionist Vinnie Molina was elected as the CPA’s new National President. For the first time in two decades the Party elected a National Organiser Denis Doherty.

“This election signals a process of renewal and reinvigoration for the Communist Party”, said Central Committee Chairperson Warren Smith.[2]

NZ Committee to Free the Cuban Five

Circa 2009, the list of Initiating Members and Supporters of the New Zealand Committee to Free the Cuban Five, included Vinnie Molina, Branch President Australia-Cuba Friendship Society, Perth.[3]

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