Communist Party of Azerbaijan (2011)

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Communist Party of Azerbaijan
Azərbaycan Kommunist Partiyası
Leader Telman Nurullayev
Founded 31 October 2011
Merger of Azerbaijan Communist Party (on Platform of Marxism-Leninism) (ACP-PM-L) and the Communist Party of Azerbaijan
Ideology Communism
Marxism–Leninism
Political position Far-left
International affiliation International Meeting of Communist and Workers' Parties
Continental affiliation Communist Party of the Soviet Union
Colours Red
National Assembly
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Website
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The Communist Party of Azerbaijan is a communist party that was founded on 31 October 2011 by the merger of the Azerbaijan Communist Party (on Platform of Marxism–Leninism) (ACP-PM-L) and the Communist Party of Azerbaijan headed by Alasgar Khalilov. At the unification congress Telman Nurullayev, the former head of the (AKP-PML), was elected the party's First Secretary and was also elected to the Politburo. Representatives from fraternal communist parties, such as the Socialist Party of Latvia and the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, were presented at the congress.[1]

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