African Independence Party (in French: Parti Africain de l'Indépendance) a communist party in French West Africa (AOF). PAI was founded in Thiès, Senegal in 1957. Later as AOF was dissolved into independent countries the local PAI sections became independent parties, often keeping the name PAI. Category:Communist parties in Africa ...more on Wikipedia about "African Independence Party"
African Independence Party ( French: Parti Africain de l’Indépendance) is a political party in Burkina Faso (formerly Upper Volta), led by Philippe Ouédraogo. ...more on Wikipedia about "African Independence Party (Burkina Faso)"
The African Independence Party ( French: Parti Africain de l’Indépendance) is a political party in Burkina Faso, led by Soumane Touré. It was formed in 1999 when Touré broke away from the original PAI. ...more on Wikipedia about "African Independence Party (Touré)"
African Independence Party (in French: Parti Africain de l'Indépendance) is a political party in Senegal led by Majhmoud Diop. ...more on Wikipedia about "African Independence Party-Renewal"
The All-Ethiopia Socialist Movement (in Amhara: Mela Ethiopia Sosialist Netanake, MEISON) was a Marxist organization that played an active role in Ethiopian politics during the late 1970s. Both it and the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Party (EPRP) were enthusiastic supporters of the Communist revolution that toppled Emperor Haile Selassie I. However, as Mengistu Haile Mariam rose to power as chairman of the ruling Derg government, conflict began to develop between the two groups, with MEISON aligning itself with Mengistu. ...more on Wikipedia about "All-Ethiopia Socialist Movement"
And-Jëf / Revolutionary Movement for New Democracy (in French: And-Jëf / Mouvement Révolutionnaire pour la Démocratie Nouvelle) was a Marxist-Leninist political party in Senegal. ...more on Wikipedia about "And-Jëf / Revolutionary Movement for New Democracy"
Angolan Communist Party (in Portuguese: Partido Comunista Angolano) was a political party in Angola, founded in October 1955, under influence from the Portuguese Communist Party. PCA was led by the brothers Mário Pinto de Andrade and Joaquim Pinto de Andrade (a catholic priest). PCA set up clandestine schools and libraries in Luanda, and established branches in Catete and Malange. ...more on Wikipedia about "Angolan Communist Party"
Bolshevik Nuclei (in French: Noyau-Bolshevik) was a small clandestine marxist group in Senegal. It published Ferment. At the time of the 1988 elections it promoted abstention. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bolshevik Nuclei"
Burkinabe Bolshevik Party (Parti Bolchévique Burkinabè, PBB) was a communist party in Burkina Faso. It was led by Hassane Dicko. ...more on Wikipedia about "Burkinabè Bolshevik Party"
Burkinabè Communist Group (in French: Groupe Communiste Burkinabè) was a communist party in Burkina Faso. GCB surged as a split from the Voltaic Revolutionary Communist Party in 1983, following the refusal of PCRV to support the revolutionary government of Thomas Sankara. ...more on Wikipedia about "Burkinabè Communist Group"
Burundi Workers' Party or UBU ( French: Parti des travailleurs du Burundi; Kirundi: Umugambwe wa'Bakozi Uburundi) was a clandestine Marxist political party in Burundi. Its primary constituency was the large Burundian refugee population situated in neighboring Rwanda. Founded in August 1979, one of its most prominent leaders was the ethnic Hutu intellectual Melchior Ndadaye, who became the first democratically elected president of Burundi in 1993. ...more on Wikipedia about "Burundi Workers' Party"
The Action for Unity and Socialism ( French: Action pour l'unité et le socialisme)is a communist political party in Chad, led by Fidèle Moungar. The party was founded in 1981. At the last legislative elections, 21 April 2002, the party won according to IPU Parline 1 out of 155 seats. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chadian Action for Unity and Socialism"
Committee for the Iniative for Permanent Revolutionary Action (in French: Comité d'Initiative pour une Action Révoluntionnaire Permanente) was a radical Marxist-Leninist group in Senegal. CIARP was founded by the Blondin Diop brothers following a split in the Movement of Young Marxist-Leninists. ...more on Wikipedia about "Committee for the Initiative for Permanent Revolutionary Action"
Communist Committee of Cabinda (in Portuguese: Comité Communista de Cabinda), a separatist group in the Cabinda exclave of Angola, that was led by Kaya Mohamed Yay and Geraldo Pedro. CCC was founded in 1988, through a split in the Frente para a Libertação do Enclave de Cabinda. Category:Political parties in Angola ...more on Wikipedia about "Communist Committee of Cabinda" Can you feel it? www.shortopedia.com.
Communist Organization of Angola (in Portuguese: Organização Comunista de Angola; OCA), a Maoist-oriented communist party in Angola. OCA was founded in 1975 by the Amilcar Cabral Committees (Comités Amilcar Cabral; CAC). The CAC were founded in 1974 inside the MPLA and excluded in 1975. It opposed the MPLA government and what it called Soviet social-imperialism. It also called for withdrawal of Cuban troops. OCA was suppressed by the government. ...more on Wikipedia about "Communist Organization of Angola"
Communist Party of Angola (in Portuguese: Partido Comunista de Angola, generally referred to as PA.CO.A.) a political party in Angola. ...more on Wikipedia about "Communist Party of Angola"
The Communist Party of Benin (in French: Parti Communiste du Bénin) is a political party in Benin. PCB was founded in 1977 by the Union of Communists of Dahomey. The party was initially called Communist Party of Dahomey (Parti Communiste du Dahomey). ...more on Wikipedia about "Communist Party of Benin"
The Communist Party of Lesotho (Mokhatio oa Makomonisi a Lesotho) was a political party in Lesotho, founded on May 5, 1962. It was officially banned in February of 1970. The party, however, went underground and continued its activities. ...more on Wikipedia about "Communist Party of Lesotho"
Communist Party of Mozambique (in Portuguese: Partido Comunista de Moçambique or Pacomo) was a communist party in Mozambique. Probably the party is dissolved today. ...more on Wikipedia about "Communist Party of Mozambique"
Communist Party of Namibia was a political party in Namibia. The party, initially called the 'Party of Jacob Morenga' was founded on October 3 1981 in Angola. The party general secretary was Rirua Karihangana. ...more on Wikipedia about "Communist Party of Namibia"
Communist Party of Nigeria is a communist party in Nigeria. CPN was legally registered in 2002. It's unclear whether there is any organic relation between this party and the Communist Party of Nigeria that was banned in 1966. ...more on Wikipedia about "Communist Party of Nigeria"
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Communist Party of Togo (in French: Parti Comuniste du Togo) is a communist party in Togo, founded May 3-4 1980. PCT used to follow the political line of the Albanian Party of Labour. PCT evolved out of the Communist Group of Togo (GCT), which was later known as Communist Organisation of Togo (OCT). ...more on Wikipedia about "Communist Party of Togo"
Communist Study Groups (in French: Groupes d'Etudes Communistes), was a communist group in colonial French West Africa. GEC was founded in 1943, under the influence of the French Communist Party. GEC formed branches in the capital cities of the West African territories. GEC was primarily based amongst intellectuals. It was led by Suret-Canale and Cauche. ...more on Wikipedia about "Communist Study Groups"
The International Socialists Botswana (ISBO) is a small Botswanian Trotskyist organisation. It is part of the International Socialist Tendency and produces a newpaper called Socialism from Below. ...more on Wikipedia about "International Socialist Organization (Botswana)"
The Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin Movement is an party in Botswana without parliamentary representation, led by Themba Joina. It won only 0.29 % at the last elections. ...more on Wikipedia about "Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin Movement"
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