Workers' Communist Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Workers' Communist Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Radničko-komunistička partija Bosne i Hercegovine
Abbreviation RKP-BiH
Leader Goran Marković (sr)
Founder Goran Marković
Founded 2000
Headquarters Sarajevo
Ideology Communism
Luxemburgism
Workers' self-management
Anti-nationalism
Yugoslavism
Political position Left-wing to Far-left
European affiliation None
International affiliation International Meeting of Communist and Workers' Parties
European Parliament group None
Colors Red
Ethnic group Multi-ethnic
House of Representatives
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House of Peoples
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House of Representatives of the Federation
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House of Peoples of the Federation
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National Assembly (Republika Srpska)
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Municipalities
370 / 7,991

The Workers' Communist Party of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Serbo-Croatian: Radničko-komunistička partija Bosne i Hercegovine) is a communist party from Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was formed in 2000 and strongly opposes the nationalism of the region and the collapse of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

Some of their major aims are the introduction of workers' self-management and participatory democracy, as well as the establishment of a socialist federal Yugoslavia. They say they are not motivated by nostalgia, as they are critical of Josip Broz Tito.

They believe that socialism has to be democratic and strongly oppose the system of the former Soviet Union and other former governments. They have been particularly influenced by Rosa Luxemburg and Antonio Gramsci.

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