Communists' Unity Board

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Communists' Unity Board

Mesa para la Unidad de los Comunistas
Secretary-GeneralSantiago Carrillo
Founded1986
Dissolved1986
HeadquartersMadrid
IdeologyEurocommunism
Revolutionary Marxism
Political positionLeft-wing

The Communists' Unity Board (in Spanish: Mesa para la Unidad de los Comunistas) was an electoral coalition in Spain formed to contest the 1986 general election, composed primarily by Santiago Carrillo's split party, the Workers' Party of Spain–Communist Unity.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Richard Gunther, José R. Montero, Juan Botella (2004). Democracy in Modern Spain, Yale University Press, pag. 240