Initiative of Communist and Workers' Parties

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Initiative of Communist and Workers' Parties
PresidentCollective leadership
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HeadquartersAthens, Greece
IdeologyAnti-revisionism
Communism
Euroscepticism
Marxism-Leninism
Political positionFar-left
European Parliament groupNon-Inscrits
Colours     Red
Website
initiative-cwpe.org

The Initiative of Communist and Workers' Parties (INITIATIVE) is a European Marxist–Leninist political alliance. INITIATIVE has 29 member parties from all over Europe.[1] The Communist Party of Greece was the main founder of INITIATIVE.[2] The goal of INITIATIVE is to "contribute to the research and study of issues concerning Europe, particularly concerning the EU, the political line which is drawn up in its framework and affects the lives of the workers, as well as to assist the elaboration of joint positions of the parties and the coordination of their solidarity and their other activities".[3]

Member parties[edit]

Country Party National MPs MEPs
Austria Party of Labour of Austria
(PdA, Partei der Arbeit Österreichs)
Belarus Communist Party of the Workers of Belarus
(BKPT, Kamunistyčnaja partyja pracoŭnych Bielarusi)
Not in EU
Bulgaria Party of the Bulgarian Communists
(PBK, Partiya na Bulgarskite Komunisti)
With BSP For Bulgaria
Union of Communists in Bulgaria
(SKB, Sayuz na Komunistite v Balgariya)
With BSP For Bulgaria
Croatia Socialist Workers' Party of Croatia
(SRP, Socijalistička radnička partija Hrvatske)
Denmark Communist Party in Denmark
(KPiD, Kommunistisk Parti i Danmark)
Finland Communist Workers' Party – For Peace and Socialism
(KTP, Kommunistinen Työväenpuolue – Rauhan ja Sosialismin Puolesta)
France Communist Revolutionary Party of France
(PCRF, Parti communiste révolutionnaire de France)
Pole of Communist Revival in France
(PRCF, Pôle de renaissance communiste en France)
Georgia Unified Communist Party of Georgia
(SEKP, Sakartvelos Ertiani Komunisturi Partia)
Not in EU
Greece Communist Party of Greece
(KKE, Kommounistikó Kómma Elládas)
15 / 300
2 / 21
Hungary Hungarian Workers' Party
(Magyar Munkáspárt)
Ireland Workers' Party of Ireland
(Páirtí na nOibrithe)
Italy Communist Party
(PC, Partito Comunista)
Latvia Socialist Party of Latvia
(LSP, Latvijas Sociālistīskā partija)
1 / 100
Lithuania Socialist People's Front
(SPF, Socialistinis liaudies frontas)
Macedonia Communist Party of Macedonia
(KPM, Komunisticka Partija na Makedonija)
Malta Communist Party of Malta
(PK, Partit Komunista Malti)
Republic of Moldova People's Resistance[4]
(Rezistența)
Not in EU
Norway Communist Party of Norway
(NKP, Norges Kommunistiske Parti)
Poland Polish Communist Party
(KPP, Komunistyczna Partia Polski)
Russia Communist Party of the Soviet Union
(KPSS, Kommunističeskaja partija Sovetskogo Sojuza)
Not in EU
Russian Communist Workers' Party
(RKRP, Rossiyskaya kommunisticheskaya rabochaya partiya)
Serbia New Communist Party of Yugoslavia
(NKPJ, Nova komunistička partija Jugoslavije)
Slovakia Communist Party of Slovakia
(KSS, Komunistická strana Slovenska)
Spain Communist Party of the Workers of Spain
(PCTE, Partido Comunista de los Trabajadores)
Sweden Communist Party of Sweden
(SKP, Sveriges Kommunistiska Parti)
Turkey Communist Party of Turkey
(TKP, Türkiye Komünist Partisi (2001))
Not in EU
Ukraine Union of Communists of Ukraine
(SKU, Soyuz komunistiv Ukrayina)
United Kingdom New Communist Party of Britain
(NCP)

Former member parties[edit]

Country Party Notes
Czech Republic Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia[5]
Turkey Communist Party of Turkey
(TKP, Türkiye Komünist Partisi)
After the party split, the Communist Party took up the position in the INITIATIVE
Spain Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain After the party split in 2019, the Communist Party of the Workers of Spain replaced the PCPE in INITIATIVE

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