Template talk:Political internationals

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ICOR is not an international[edit]

Explicitly International Coordination of Revolutionary Parties and Organizations (ICOR) does not consider itself an "International". The reason is, ICOR does not want to repeat errors such as bureaucratic deviations from democratic centralism made by defunct Communist International in its practice but learn from them for recent and coming struggles. At the recent state of its development ICOR considers itself an instrument for organizing international mutual support in coordinating workers' and peoples' progressive struggles and party building of “autonomous, independent and self-reliant” revolutionary organizations. It does not claim to follow the organizational principle of democratic centralism (yet), which would be the principal characteristic of an international following marxist-leninist standards. So I think either the ICOR link should be removed from the template and the template from the article or the template's title should be changed into something adequate like "international political associations" or something. --Partisan1917 13:59, 16 February 2013 (UTC)

I'm convinced. I'll remove it.--Duncan (talk) 22:09, 21 February 2013 (UTC)