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Movement for the United in Action Left (Greek: Κίνηση για την Ενότητα Δράσης της Αριστεράς abbreviated ΚΕΔΑ-KEDA) was a political party in Greece that was part of the Coalition of the Radical Left.
Movement for the United in Action Left
Κίνηση για την Ενότητα Δράσης της Αριστεράς
Kinisi gia tin Enotita Drasis tis Aristeras
|Split from||Communist Party of Greece|
|National affiliation||Coalition of the Radical Left|
KEDA was formed in the early 2000s, by a splinter group of major party officials of the Communist Party of Greece (KKE), most prominently Yiannis Theonas (former MEP for KKE) and Mitsos Kostopoulos (ex-president of the parliamentary group of the KKE and ex-secretary general of the General Confederation of Greek Workers). However, Kostopoulos, left KEDA in May 2007.
- ^ List of parties that make up the Coalition
- ^ Overcoming division Archived 2012-02-08 at the Wayback Machine, article by Georges Mitralias, June 2001
- ^ 12/05/2007 article by Eleftherotypia