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Communist Party of Argentina (Extraordinary Congress)

Communist Party of Argentina (Extraordinary Congress)
Leader Pablo Pereyra
Founded 1996
Newspaper Nuestra Palabra
Ideology Communism,
Marxism–Leninism
Political position Left-wing
International affiliation Foro de São Paulo
Colours Red
Politics of Argentina
Political parties
Elections

Communist Party of Argentina (Extraordinary Congress) (Spanish: Partido Comunista de la Argentina (Congreso Extraordinario), or PCCE) is a political party in Argentina founded at the Congress held in Casa Suiza, Buenos Aires, on December 1–2, 1996, following a split from the Communist Party of Argentina. It is led by Pablo Pereyra.

The youth wing of PCCE is the Communist Youth Federation (Extraordinary Congress).

PCCE publishes Nuestra Palabra and Raices Latinoamericanas.

See also

External links

  • PCCE website
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