Communist Party in Denmark
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International Communist Seminar
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KPiD was founded in 1990, as a split from the Communist Party of Denmark (DKP). The founders of KPiD opposed the DKP decision (with other political fractions) to start the Unity List political party. KPiD can be seen as more ideologically orthodox than DKP.[by whom?]
KPiD is one of four active communist parties in Denmark.
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