Zutik

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Zutik
Stand up
Founded March 1991
Dissolved 11 December 2009
Merger of Communist Movement of Euskadi
Liga Komunista Iraultzailea
Succeeded by Gorripidea
Newspaper Hika
Youth wing Hautsi (1991-2000)
Zutik Gazteok (2000-2011)
Ideology Revolutionary socialism
Anti-capitalism
Basque self-determination
Feminism
Ecologism
Republicanism
Political position Left-wing to far-left
National affiliation Euskal Herritarrok (1999-2000)
International affiliation European Anti-Capitalist Left

Zutik (English: Stand up) was a political party in Basque Country, Spain which was dissolved in 2009. Zutik was formed in 1991 through the merger of the EMK and LKI—the Basque branch of LCR. Within Zutik there is a current affiliated to the United Secretariat of the Fourth International. Zutik has a branch in Navarre known as Batzarre.

Zutik members ran once on electoral lists of Euskal Herritarrok (EH), but in the 2004 Spanish general election, Zutik put an electoral platform together with Aralar. Both were opposing ETA violence.

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