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Marxist–Leninist Party of Quebec

Marxist-Leninist Party of Quebec
Leader Pierre Chénier (interim)
Headquarters 1867 Amherst Street,
Montreal, Quebec
H2L 3L7
Ideology Marxism-Leninism
Hoxhaism
Political position Far-Left
Official colours Red, Green
Website
.ca.qc.pmlqwww
Politics of Quebec
Political parties
Elections

The Marxist–Leninist Party of Quebec (French: Parti marxiste–léniniste du Québec, PMLQ) is a communist and separatist political party in Quebec, Canada. Its ideology is Marxism-Leninism. The PMLQ is the Quebec branch of the Communist Party of Canada (Marxist–Leninist). It has run candidates in Quebec general elections in 1973, 1981 and since 1989 under various names: Parti communiste du Québec (marxiste-léniniste), Parti marxiste-léniniste (Québec) and Parti marxiste-léniniste du Québec.

In 2002, three leftist political parties (Rassemblement pour l'alternative progressiste, Parti de la démocratie socialiste and Parti communiste du Québec) merged to form the Union des forces progressistes. However, the Parti marxiste–léniniste du Québec refused to join the UFP, and ran candidates in the 2003, 2007, 2008 and 2012 Quebec elections.

The leader of the PMLQ is Pierre Chénier.

Election results

General election # of candidates # of total votes % of popular vote
1973 (PCQ(ML)) 15 1 325 0.04%
1976 No candidates nominated
1981 (PML(Q)) 40 3 299 0.09%
1985 No candidates nominated
1989 (PMLQ) 30 4 245 0.12%
1994 (PMLQ) 13 1 171 0.03%
1998 (PMLQ) 24 2 747 0.07%
2003 (PMLQ) 23 2 749 0.07%
2007 (PMLQ) 24 2 091 0.05%
2008 (PMLQ) 23 2 980 0.09%
2012 (PMLQ) 25 1 988 0.05%
2014 (PMLQ) 24 2 016 0.05%

See also

External links

  • Parti marxiste-léniniste du Québec website
  • National Assembly historical information
  • La Politique québécoise sur le Web
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