Revolutionary Workers Party of Bangladesh
The Revolutionary Workers Party of Bangladesh (RWPB; Bengali: বাংলাদেশের বিপ্লবী ওয়ার্কার্স পার্টি) is a political party in Bangladesh, founded on 14 June 2004 after splitting from the Workers Party of Bangladesh due to disagreements regarding joint actions with the Awami League. The party initially used the name "Workers Party of Bangladesh" briefly after its founding. The party president is Khandaker Ali Abbas and the general secretary is Saiful Haque.
|President||Khandaker Ali Abbas|
|Founded||14 June 2004|
|Split from||Workers Party of Bangladesh|
|Headquarters||27/8/A Topkhana Road, Dhaka-1000|
Mass organisations within the party include the Bangladesh Agricultural Labour Union (BALU), Viplavi Krishak Sanhati (Revolutionary Peasants Union) and Shramjibi Nari Moitreyi (Working Women's Unity). The party publishes the newspaper People's Democracy.
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