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Workers' Communist Party (in Spanish: Partido Comunista de los Trabajadores) was a political party in Spain. Formed in 1977 by the Left Opposition of PCE.[2]

Workers' Communist Party
ChairmanCarlos Tuya
Founded1973 (1973)
Dissolved1980 (1980)
NewspaperLa Voz Comunista
Youth wingWorkers' Communist Youth
IdeologyMarxism-Leninism
Pro-Soviet Union[1]

PCT had a youth wing called Workers' Communist Youth (Juventudes Comunistas de los Trabajadores).[3] In December 1977 it initiated the publication Manifiesto. Soon Manifiesto was substituted by Bandera Comunista, which was published in 1978.[4]

In 1980 PCT unified with Communist Party of Spain (8th and 9th Congresses) to form the Unified Communist Party of Spain (PCEU).

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Francisco Bonal García, «Notas sobre el "prosovietismo" en la primera mitad de los ochenta en España», 25 de mayo de 2007.
  2. ^ Vera Jiménez, Fernando (2009). «La diáspora comunista en España». Asociación de Historia Actual (HAOL). ISSN 1696-2060 (20, Otoño 2009): 43.
  3. ^ Cuadernos para el diálogo (270–285 ed.). 1978. p. 52.
  4. ^ "UB Libraries Catalog". eclipsi.bib.ub.es. Retrieved 2014-02-23.