Initiative of Communist and Workers' Parties

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The Initiative of Communist and Workers' Parties (short: INITIATIVE), is a European orthodox communist political international. INITIATIVE has 29 member parties from all over Europe.[1] The Greek KKE was the main founder of INITIATIVE.[2]

The goal of INITIATIVE is to "contribute to the research and study of issues concerning Europe, particularly concerning the EU, the political line which is drawn up in its framework and has an impact on the lives of the workers, as well as to assist the elaboration of joint positions of the parties and the coordination of their solidarity and their other activities".[3]

Member parties[edit]

Country Party
 Austria Party of Labour of Austria
 Belarus Communist Party of the Workers of Belarus
 Bulgaria Union of Communists in Bulgaria
 Bulgaria Party of Bulgarian Communists
 Croatia Socialist Workers' Party of Croatia
 Denmark Communist Party in Denmark
 France Pole of Communist Revival in France
 France Union of Revolutionary Communists of France
 Georgia Unified Communist Party of Georgia
 Greece Communist Party of Greece
 Hungary Hungarian Workers' Party
 Ireland Workers' Party of Ireland
 Italy Communist Party
 Latvia Socialist Party of Latvia
 Lithuania Socialist People's Front of Lithuania
 Malta Communist Party of Malta
 Moldova People's Resistance
 Norway Communist Party of Norway
 Poland Communist Party of Poland
 Macedonia Communist Party of Macedonia
 Russia Russian Communist Workers' Party
 Russia Communist Party of Soviet Union
 Serbia New Communist Party of Yugoslavia
 Slovakia Communist Party of Slovakia
 Spain Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain
 Sweden Communist Party of Sweden
 Turkey Communist Party
 Ukraine Union of Communists of Ukraine
 United Kingdom New Communist Party of Britain

Former member parties[edit]

Country Party
 Czech Republic Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia[4]

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