Organisation of Marxist–Leninist Communists of Greece

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Organisation of Marxist-Leninist Communists of Greece
Οργάνωση Κομμουνιστών Μαρξιστών-Λενινιστών Ελλάδας
Founded 1982
Dissolved 1993
Succeeded by Movement for a United Communist Party of Greece
Headquarters Athens, Greece
Newspaper Eπανάσταση ('Revolution')
Ideology Anti-Revisionist Marxism-Leninism
Website
http://okmle.blogspot.com
A sample cover of Epanastasi (10/1983). In the first page a photo of Enver Hoxha in the occasion of his 75th birthday

The Organisation of Marxist–Leninist Communists of Greece (Greek: Οργάνωση Κομμουνιστών Μαρξιστών-Λενινιστών Ελλάδας, OKMLE) was a minor Greek communist organisation which was established in January 1982.

The organisation merged into the Movement for a United Communist Party of Greece in 1993, together exiled Greek communists from the former Soviet Union and other ex-socialist countries, old EAM-ELAS soldiers and officers, followers of Nikolaos Zachariadis who had disconnected with Communist Party of Greece (KKE) after its destalinization the period 1953-1956 and formed the Movement for a United Communist Party of Greece, which later will be the main core for the Movement for the Reorganization of the Communist Party of Greece 1918-55.

Ideologically, OKMLE upheld the political line of the Albanian Party of Labour.

The organization published the monthly newspaper Epanastasi (Greek: Επανάσταση, 'Revolution').

OKMLE did not participate in any elections.

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