Communist Party (Reconstructed)
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|Founded||27 December 1975|
|Legalised||3 February 1981|
|Dissolved||5 July 1992|
|Youth wing||Revolutionary Young Communist League|
Communist Party (Reconstructed) (Portuguese: Partido Comunista Português (reconstruído)), initially known as Portuguese Communist Party (Reconstructed) (Portuguese: Partido Comunista Português (Reconstruído)), was a political party in Portugal.
PCP(R) was founded at a unitary congress in December 1975, through the fusion of the Portuguese Marxist-Leninist Communist Organization, the Portuguese Marxist-Leninist Committee and the Organization for the Reconstruction of the Communist Party (Marxist-Leninist).
PCP(R) held its second congress in 1977.
PC(R) published Bandeira Vermelha.
The youth league of PCP(R)/PC(R) was the Revolutionary Young Communist League (UJCR).
In 1992 PC(R) was renamed Communists for Democracy and Progress (Comunistas pela Democracia e Progresso). In 1995 CDP merged into the People's Democratic Union.
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- «Organização Comunista Marxista-Leninista Portuguesa». UC - Centro de Documentação 25 de Abril.
- Hobday, Charles (1986). Communist and Marxist Parties of the World. Harlow: Longman. p. 121. ISBN 0-582-90264-9.