Policy on cooperation with authoritarian groups
THIS POLICY IS OUTDATED. FOR CURRENT POLICY, CHECK RUSSIAN VERSION.
1. Autonomous Action may work in a common field (for example, in ecological or anti-war campaigns) with authoritarian groups and movements, and movements goal of which is to seize to themselves state or another political power. But participators of Autonomous Action should not organise common events with authoritarian groups and movements, or with movements goal of which is to seize to themselves state or another political power. It is acceptable to cooperate with individual members of authoritarian groups and movements, or movements goal of which is to seize to themseles state or another political power.
2. If some group or movement is considered as authoritarian by some collective member of Autonomous Action, cooperation with it must be halted until decision wether this group has an authoritarian character has been decided first by coordinatory council, and in case this decision is disputed, by general meeting, conference or membership referenda.