Revolutionary Marxist Workers Party

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Revolutionary Marxist Workers Party (Spanish: Partido Obrero Marxista Revolucionario), was a Trotskyist political party in Peru that was founded in 1970 by a dissident fraction of Vanguardia Revolucionaria. It was led by Ricardo Napurí and Jorge Villarán. Napurí was the general secretary of POMR.[1]

Internationally, POMR was an affiliate of CORQI.[2]

POMR contested the 1980 general election on the lists of the Workers Revolutionary Party (PRT). Napurí was elected senator.[1]

On March 7, 1982, the majority faction of POMR merged with the Socialist Workers Party.[1]

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