United Communist Party of Georgia

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United Communist Party of Georgia
Leader Nugzar Shalvovich Avaliani
Founded 1994
Headquarters Tbilisi
Membership  (2000) 82,000
Ideology Marxism–Leninism
International affiliation Union of Communist Parties – Communist Party of the Soviet Union
European affiliation Initiative of Communist and Workers' Parties
Seats in Parliament
0 / 150
Website
www.komunistebi.ge

The United Communist Party of Georgia (sometimes called Unified Communist Party of Georgia, Georgian: საქართველოს ერთიანი კომუნისტური პარტია, Sakartvelos Ertiani Komunisturi Partia, abbreviated SEKP) is a political party in Georgia. It was founded in 1994 through the merger of the Stalin Society, the Georgian Workers Communist Party and the Union of Communists of Georgia. The party is member of Union of Communist Parties — Communist Party of the Soviet Union.

The party was led by Panteleimon Giorgadze. His son Igor Giorgadze was forced into exile after being accused of plotting to assassinate Eduard Shevardnadze.

The party publishes Komunisti.