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Communist Party of Belgium

The Communist party of Belgium was a political party in Belgium. The youth wing of the KPB / PCB was known as Communist youth of Belgium. The party published a newspaper known as Le Drapeau Rouge in French and De Roode Vahan in Holland.

                                               

Communist Party of Burma

Communist party of Burma, also known as the Burma Communist party is the oldest existing political party in Myanmar. It was founded on August 15, 1939 the meeting was attended by seven founding members, including Aung San, widely regarded as the ...

                                               

Communist Party of Bulgaria

Communist party of Bulgaria, Communist party in Bulgaria, currently led by Alexander Paunov. The party was founded in 1996 as the Communist party. Since 2001 it is part of the coalition for Bulgaria, an Alliance led by the Bulgarian socialist par ...

                                               

Communist Party of Bolivia

The Communist party of Bolivia is a Communist party in Bolivia. It was founded in 1950 by Raul Ruiz Gonzalez and other former members of the Revolutionary Left party. He remained small and did not hold its first national party Congress until 1959 ...

                                               

League of Communists of Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Union of Communists of Bosnia and Herzegovina the Bosnian branch of the Union of Communists of Yugoslavia.

                                               

Communist Party of Brazil

The Communist party of Brazil Communist party of Brazil. In PCdoB adheres to Marxist–Leninist theory. It has national reach and deep penetration in the trade Union movement and students, but little representation in elected office. PCdoB shares t ...

                                               

Bhutan Communist Party (Marxist–Leninist–Maoist)

The Communist party of Bhutan is banned the Communist party in Bhutan. CPB MLM calls for a new democratic revolution and the overthrow of the monarchy in Bhutan and the house of wangchuck. Its armed wing is the Bhutan Tiger force. Currently, an e ...

                                               

Communist Party of Great Britain

The Communist party of great Britain was the largest Communist party in Britain between 1920 and 1991, although it did not become mass parties, as in France and Italy. Founded in 1920 by the merger of several smaller Marxist parties, the party en ...

                                               

Communist Party of Great Britain (Provisional Central Committee)

The Communist party of great Britain is a political group which publishes the weekly worker newspaper. CPV argues that "the internationalist is obliged to observe the principle, one state, one party. To the extent that the European Union becomes ...

                                               

Communist Party of Venezuela

The Communist party of Venezuela Communist party and the oldest existing party in Venezuela. It remained the main left-wing political party in Venezuela since its inception in 1931 until it disintegrated into rival factions in 1971. Unlike other ...

                                               

Communist Party of Vietnam

The Communist party of Vietnam is the founder and the ruling Communist party of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. Although nominally it exists alongside the Vietnamese Fatherland front, it maintains a unitary government and has centralized contr ...

                                               

Communist Party of Hawaii

The Communist party participate in the formation of trade unions and organize strikes and General strikes during a non-violent revolution that preceded the "revolution of 1954".

                                               

Communist Party of Germany

The Communist party of Germany was one of the main political parties in Germany between 1918 and 1933, and a minor party in West Germany in the postwar period until it was banned in 1956. Founded after the First world war, socialists opposed to t ...

                                               

Communist Party of Germany (Roter Morgen)

The Communist party of Germany is a minor German political party. It was founded in December 1985 in Hamburg by members of the Communist party of Germany / Marxists-Leninists, who do not approve of the fact that the groups Fusion with the Trotsky ...

                                               

Communist Party of Germany/Marxists–Leninists

The Communist party of Germany / Marxist–Leninist set on 31 December 1968, was an anti-revisionist Pro-China party in West Germany, which was later supported Communist leader of Albania Enver Hoxha after the Sino-Albanian Split. The KPD / ML was ...

                                               

Communist Party of Holland – Central Committee

The Communist party of Holland – Central Committee, often called the marketing–Wijnkoop after one of its main leaders) was a political party in the Netherlands. CPH-CC emerged in 1926, following a major split in the Communist party of the Netherl ...

                                               

Communist Party of Honduras

The Communist party of Honduras-is a Communist party in Honduras. PCH was founded on 10 October 1954, Ramos Bejarano, Dionisio and Rigoberto Padilla rush. It had its roots in the revolutionary Democratic party of Honduras. PCH is approved by the ...

                                               

Communist Party of Greece

The KKE is a Marxist–Leninist political party in Greece. Founded in 1918 as the socialist labour party of Greece, it is the oldest political party in modern Greek politics. The party was banned in 1936, but played a significant role in Greece and ...

                                               

Communist Party of Denmark

The Communist party of Denmark Communist party in Denmark. DKP was founded on November 9, 1919 as the left socialist party of Denmark in the merger of the Socialist youth League and Socialist Labour party of Denmark, which broke from the social D ...

                                               

Jersey Communist Party

Communist party of Jersey is a political party in Jersey. JCP seems to have semi-Autonomous relation to the Communist party of great Britain. During the Second world war, when Jersey was under Nazi occupation, the JCP is the leader of the Norman ...

                                               

Communist Party of Western Belorussia

The Communist party of West Belarus was a banned political party in interwar Poland, he infiltrated the Soviet secret police, acting on the territory of Western Belarus from 1923 to 1939, in the Polesia district of Slonim and Vilnius. Organizatio ...

                                               

Communist Party of Western Ukraine

The Communist party of Western Ukraine is a political party in interwar Eastern Poland. Until 1923 it was called Communist party of East Galicia. Communist youth League of Western Ukraine was the youth League of the party. The party was more infl ...

                                               

Maki (political party)

The Israeli Communist party, often referred to as its Hebrew acronym Maki is a Communist political party in Israel and is part of the political Alliance known as Hadash. It was originally known as Rakah, the acronym of Reshima Komunistit Hadasha, ...

                                               

Communist Party of India

Communist party of India is the oldest Communist parties in India, and one of the eight national parties in the country. There are different views on when exactly it was founded. The date is stored as the Foundation day by the CPI is 26 December ...

                                               

Communist Party of India (Marxist)

The Communist party of India) is a Communist political party in India, which adheres to the Marxist–Leninist philosophy. This is one of the national parties of India. The party came from the breakaway from Communist party of India in 1964. KPI wa ...

                                               

Communist Party of Indonesia

The Communist party of Indonesia was the Communist party in Indonesia in the mid-20th century. It was the largest non-ruling Communist party in the world prior to its liquidation in 1965 and the ban the following year. The party had two million m ...

                                               

Communist Party of Kurdistan – Iraq

Kurdish Communist party / Iraq is a Kurdish political party, formed in 1993 when the Iraqi Communist party branch in the Kurdish areas was formed into a separate party. The party is headed by Kamal Shakir. In January and December Iraqi parliament ...

                                               

Communist Party of Iran

The Communist party of Iran has banned Iranian Communist party which was established in September 1983. In the context of leftist organizations in Iran, and the Communist party of Iran is an armed Kurdish organization. The group supports the dece ...

                                               

Communist Party of Ireland

The Communist party of Ireland-all-Ireland Marxist-Leninist party founded in 1933. The party is a member of the international meeting of Communist and workers parties. Founded as the revolutionary workers groups, located in the Connolly house in ...

                                               

Communist Party of Iceland

In the early 1920s a group of young militants of the Social democratic party Alþyduflokkur came into contact with the international Communist movement. Their ideology and their leader of the party, quickly moving away from each other. The Communi ...

                                               

Communist Party of Spain

Communist party of Spain is the Marxist-Leninist party, which since 1986 is part of the United left coalition. In the UK, which was founded in 1921 after a split in the Spanish socialist workers party of Spain: Spanish socialist party, Obrero, th ...

                                               

Communist Party of Kazakhstan

The Communist Party of Kazakhstan was founded 1936, when Kazakhstan was granted a Union Republic status within the Soviet Union. The Communist Party of Kazakhstan had been a branch of Communist Party of the Soviet Union CPSU until the dissolution ...

                                               

Communist Party of Kampuchea

The Communist party of Kampuchea, also known as Khmer Communist party, was a Communist party in Cambodia. Its leader was Pol Pot and its followers were known as the Khmer Rouge. The party was underground for most of its existence, and took power ...

                                               

Communist Party of Canada

The Communist party of Canada Communist political party in Canada founded in 1921, in conditions of illegality. Although now the political parties without representation in Parliament, candidates of the party were elected to the Parliament of Can ...

                                               

Communist Party of the Canaries

The Communist party of the Canary Islands, is the Federation Communist party of Spain in the Canary Islands. The Secretary-General KPS Maria D. Puig Barrios. The headquarters is located in Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

                                               

Communist Party of Kirghizia

The Communist party of Kirghizia was the ruling political party and the hand of the Communist party of the Soviet Union in the Kirghiz Soviet Socialist Republic.

                                               

Communist Party of China

The Communist party of China is the founding and ruling political party of the peoples Republic of China. The CCP is the only ruling party in mainland China, allowing only eight other subordinate parties to coexist in a United front. It was found ...

                                               

Communist Party of Cuba

The Communist party of Cuba is the ruling political party in the Republic of Cuba. It is the Communist party Marxist–Leninist model. The Cuban Constitution, the role of the party will be the "leading force of society and the state". From April 20 ...

                                               

Communist Party of Latvia

After the renewal of Latvias independence from the Soviet Union, the LKP was banned by the decision of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Latvia from 10 September 1991 as an organization considered hostile to Latvias independence. In October ...

                                               

Communist Party of Lesotho

The Communist party is the Communist party of Lesotho in Lesotho, founded on 5 may 1962. Founding Secretary of the party was John Motloheloa. Other early leaders of the party included Mokhafisi Ken and Sefali Malefane. Edward Mofutsanyana was a m ...

                                               

Communist Party of Lithuania

The Communist party of Lithuania Communist party of Lithuania in early October 1918. The party was banned in 1991.

                                               

Communist Party of Luxembourg

The Communist party of Luxembourg, abbreviated to KPL or PCL, is a Communist party in Luxembourg. Ali Ruckert is the current Chairman of the Party.

                                               

Malayan Communist Party

The Malayan Communist party, officially known as the Communist party of Malaya was a political party in the Federation of Malaya and Malaysia. It was founded in 1930 and laid down its arms in 1989. He is best known for his role in the Malayan eme ...

                                               

Communist Party of Malta

The Communist party of Malta Communist party of Malta. PKM was founded in 1969 at a secret Congress in the town of Gwardamangia, following the departure from the party of Malta working group of leftist activists who participated in the struggle f ...

                                               

Communist Party of Nepal (disambiguation)

The Communist party of Nepal was founded in Calcutta, India on 15 September 1949. The Communist party of Nepal may also refer to: The Communist party of Nepal 2006. The Communist party of Nepal Marxist 2006. Communist party of Nepal-Unified. The ...

                                               

Communist Party of Nepal

The Communist party of Nepal was founded on 15 September 1949. CPN was formed to struggle against the autocratic Rana regime, feudalism and imperialism. The founding General Secretary was Pushpa Lal Shrestha. Other members of Nar Bahadur Karmacha ...

                                               

Communist Party of Nepal (Fourth Convention)

The Communist party of Nepal, Nepala Kamyunishta Party) was a Communist party in Nepal 1974-1990. It was the major Communist group in Nepal in the second half of 1970-ies, but gradually lost influence due to internal disputes. The party actively ...

                                               

Communist Party of Nepal (United)

The Communist party of Nepal-a political party in Nepal. It was founded in 2007 as a result of the split of the Communist party of Nepal. The Chairman Chandra Dev Joshi of the party and Sunil Manandhar, General Secretary of the party. In 2008, Ne ...

                                               

Communist Party of Nepal (Marxist–Leninist) (2002)

The Communist party of Nepal, Communist political party in Nepal. It was formed by Chandra Prakash Mainali, when the Communist party of Nepal, unified Communist party of Nepal. Mainali refused to go along with the merger and led a faction of the ...

                                               

Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist–Leninist)

The Communist party of Nepal) was one of the two largest Communist parties in Nepal. The party was formed in January 1991 with the unification of the Communist party of Nepal and Communist party of Nepal. He has led four governments: from 1994 to ...

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