Communist Party

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a political party that actively advocates a communist form of government

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The two communist parties have traditionally held their state meets one after the other, but that has been broken this time, with both opting for the same date.
The Communist Parties have decided to meet on Saturday evening, the day election results would be announced.
11) Perhaps, but the existence of communist parties that at various moments made it their objective to destroy their rivals on the left or center-left and to weaken social democrats in particular and who, at least on occasion, put loyalty to the Soviet Union ahead of other goals, must surely have diminished the prospects of the broader left within the advanced countries where the objective possibilities for social reform would otherwise have been greatest.
The meeting, which took place in Silliguri, in neighboring India, was a final bid by the Nepalese leftist leaders to forge unity among Nepalese communist parties.
Thus, these two Communist Parties were the only non-Zionist parties in Israel.
From the old Communist parties of Poland and Czechoslovakia to our own Labour Party, left-wingers either withdrew from politics or re-invented themselves as social democrats.
Communist parties in the West fragmented or disintegrated as many Marxists renounced any identification with historical materialism.
This was initiated at the 1960 Moscow Congress of 81 communist parties from around the world.
Editors John Earl Haynes, Harvey Klehr, and Kyrill Anderson gathered newly declassified material from the Moscow-based archives of the Communist International (Comintern), the Soviet organization that controlled national communist parties.
Five other communist parties participate in the House of Representatives, with the Nepal Communist Party (Unified Marxist-Leninist) now the main opposition party there.
In the mid 1970s, the French, Italian, and Spanish communist parties feigned a break with Moscow and launched their own "independent" form of liberal "Eurocommunism.
The other five communist parties participate in the House of Representatives, with the Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist) the main opposition party in the assembly, with 71 seats.
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