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|Founded||December 19, 1990|
|Dissolved||June 28, 2008|
|Preceded by||Communist Party of Estonia|
|Succeeded by||Estonian United Left Party|
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|European affiliation||Party of the European Left, New European Left Forum|
|Colours||dubious ]red, green[|
- 1990: Registration of the independent Estonian Communist Party (EKP).
- 1992: Congress of EKP renamed Estonian Democratic Labour Party (EDTP).
- July 1995: EDLP joined New European Left Forum.
- 1997: Party renamed the Estonian Social Democratic Labour Party (ESDTP).
- 2004: ESDTP becomes founding member of European Left party.
- December 2004: Estonian Social Democratic Labour Party changes name to Estonian Left Party (EVP).
According to the statutes of party the party congress elects the Party Chairman and Executive board as well as nominates a consultative Central Council representing all regional organizations. Local policies are developed by local organizations, while central bodies formulate national policies.
The party has been chaired by:
- Vaino Väljas (1992–1995)
- Hillar Eller (1995–1996)
- Tiit Toomsalu (1996–2004)
- Sirje Kingsepp (2004–2007)
- Postimees 11 June 2009 10:43: Kohus kinnitas nõuet võtta lehe võrguväljaandest maha isikuandmeid sisaldav lugu by Urmas Seaver