Revolutionary Workers' Party–Struggle

The Revolutionary Workers' Party–Struggle (Spanish: Partido Obrero Revolucionario-Combate, POR-C) was a small Trotskyist political party in Bolivia. The Revolutionary Workers' Party–Struggle was established in 1957 by a dissident group which broke away from the Revolutionary Workers' Party.[1] Led by workers' leader Hugo Gonzáles Moscoso.[2]

Revolutionary Workers' Party–Struggle
Social democracy
Political positionLeft-wing

In 1980 the POR-C allied with the Revolutionary Party of the Nationalist Left and its candidate Juan Lechín Oquendo.[3]

In 1984, the POR-C merged with the Workers' Vanguard Party to form the new Revolutionary Workers' Party-Unified.[4]


  1. ^ Political parties of the world. Longman, 1988. P. 71.
  2. ^ Robert Jackson Alexander. International Trotskyism, 1929-1985: a documented analysis of the movement. Duke University Press, 1991. P.128.
  3. ^ James Dunkerley. Bolivia: coup d'état. Latin America Bureau, 1980. P.15.
  4. ^ Political parties of the world. Longman, 1988. P. 71.