Independent Workers' Party

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Parti ouvrier indépendant
Leader Collective leadership
(Central Committee)
Gérard Schivardi, Claude Jenet, Pierre Jeanneney, Daniel Gluckstein
Founded June 15, 2008
Headquarters 87, rue du Faubourg-Saint-Denis
75010 Paris
Ideology Trotskyism
Marxism
Communism
Proletarian internationalism
Anarcho-syndicalism
Political position Far-left
Colours Red, Black
Seats in the National Assembly
0 / 577
Seats in the Senate
0 / 343
Seats in the European Parliament
0 / 72
Website
parti-ouvrier-independant.fr

Constitution of France
Parliament; government; president

The Independent Workers' Party (French: Parti ouvrier indépendant, POI) is a French far-left political party founded in June 2008 after the dissolution of its predecessor, the Workers' Party. It claims 10,071 members.[citation needed][when?]

Amongst its four General Secretaries are former presidential candidates Gérard Schivardi and Daniel Gluckstein.

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