Workers' Communist Party (Denmark)

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Workers' Communist Party
Arbejderpartiet Kommunisterne
Founded April 2000
Newspaper Kommunistisk Politik
Ideology Communism,
Anti-Revisionist
Marxism-Leninism
Political position Far-left
International affiliation International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations (ICMLPO)
European affiliation None
European Parliament group None
Colours Red
Website
http://www.apk2000.dk/
Politics of Denmark
Political parties
Elections
Kommunistisk Politik is the central organ of the APK

The Workers’ Communist Party (Danish: Arbejderpartiet Kommunisterne, abbreviated APK) is a minor Danish communist party founded in Copenhagen, on April 2000.

The Founding Congress of the APK adopted the general programme, "The Manifesto for a Socialist Denmark", the programme of action, All Together against Capital, as well as the statutes of the APK.

The organizational principle of the APK is democratic centralism.

APK's historically roots from the antirevisionist Party-Building Communist Organization October (Oktober), which emerged from the Communist Party of Denmark (Marxist-Leninist) (DKP/ML) in 1997.

The central organ and theoretical journal of the APK are the fortnightly Kommunistisk Politik (Communist Policy) and Orientering (Orientations), respectively. Its international bulletin is the English-language Kommunistisk Politik International.

The youth organization of the APK is the Danish Communist Youth League (DKU).

The APK is an active member of the International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations.

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