High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Robert Barcia (born 22
July 1928 in Paris) is a French politician, leader of the Union
Communiste Internationaliste (UCI), a Trotskyist organisation that
is better known by the name of its weekly paper Lutte Ouvriere
(Workers' Struggle), which is also the name of the UCI's public
party, whose spokeswoman is Arlette Laguiller. Until recently
Barcia was only known by his cadre name, Hardy, to even the
majority of members of LO. Hardy began his activity as a
revolutionary militant during the Second World War when he joined a
tiny Trotskyist group, the Union Communiste, led by Barta (David
Korner) a Romanian Trotskyist. Given that the group was clandestine
all members adopted cadre names and there was a considerable stress
on security within the group. This continues today as does the
emphasis of the UCI on orienting towards workers in the workplaces.
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