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  CPUSA Online - Report on the 7th Congress of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation
The streak of independence in Russian foreign policy is not only influenced by nationalism and widespread anti-Americanism; Putin confronts the tremendous growth in sentiment for a return to socialism and the reality of a mass Communist Party with parliamentary clout.
In a statement the Party added, "We have no right to allow the hypocritical attitude toward national sacred objects, their transmutation in the fig-leaf covering the shame of old policy, which has brought so much disasters and suffering to the people." They went on to call for the restoration of socialism.
The delegate from the Communist Party of India (Marxist) said it was the most critical discussion he had heard dating back to Soviet times.
www.cpusa.org /article/articleprint/215   (3573 words)

  
  Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Communist Party of the Russian Federation
The Communist Party of the Russian Federation (Коммунисти́ческая Па́ртия Росси́йской Федера́ции = КПРФ) is a Russian political party.
Although it is sometimes seen a successor to the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and the Communist Party of the RSFSR, legally it is not related to these parties.
The CPRF is led by Gennady Zyuganov, who called the 2003 elections a 'revolting spectacle' and accuses the Kremlin of setting up a Potemkin party, the Rodina party, to steal its votes.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Communist_Party_of_the_Russian_Federation   (242 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Communism Article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Communism, or communist society is the name of the social formation, which, according to Marxism, is a classlessless society in which all property is owned by the community as a whole and where all people enjoy equal social and economic status.
The ruling Communist parties of China, Vietnam, and Laos argue that a planned economy is not synonymous to socialism, thus maintaining their rationale for Communist Party-rule.
So the word communist applies to three things: individuals who are members of communist parties or who desire a communist society in the future, political parties which have a goal of reaching communism, and a theoretical future society where there is no government, only communism.
www.ipedia.com /communism.html   (1874 words)

  
 Communists Raise the Red and White Scarf - Kommersant Moscow
The Communist Party has a new mission, “to disrupt the unity of the authorities' information flow.” This goal was set by the session of the Plenum of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation last weekend.
Comrade Melnikov reminded his audience that the Party announced its exodus to Vladimir Putin's opposition in 2002, but “society doesn't see it.” In this connection, the Communist Party of the Russian Federation Duma faction was strongly recommended to consider taking some of the methods of street protest into the Duma.
Communist Party leader Gennady Zyuganov was so pleased with that idea that he took the first step in implementing it right there at the meeting.
www.kommersant.com /p554088/Communists_Raise_the_Red_and_White_Scarf   (842 words)

  
 National and Ethnic - Russia
The Council of Federation of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation.
Communist Party of the Russian Federation - Leningrad Region.
Russian Regions - The Russian Federation consists of 89 regions...
nosheep2.lib.vt.edu /slav/nat_ethnic_russia.html   (1531 words)

  
 [ Russian Election Special ]
Party switching is certainly not unknown among the regional elite.
The Communist Party of the Russian Federation, which is generally strong in the North Caucasus, finished second, polling just 6.4 percent in the republic.
Meanwhile, Ingushetia was among a handful of republics in which Communist candidate Gennadii Zyuganov's share of the vote declined between the first round and the runoff, falling from 24.5 percent to 15.5 percent, the second-lowest in the Russian Federation.
www.rferl.org /specials/russianelection/bio/aushev.asp   (1474 words)

  
 Russia: Five years of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation
The social base of the Communist Party consists not of workers, but of pensioners; of the agrarian bureaucracy, which retains strong corporative links with the countryside; and of bureaucrats who have been "dispossessed" in the course of liberalisation.
Here we do not have masses of people placing pressure on the party, demanding their rights and seeking to control their representatives, but "clients" who in the Soviet tradition are ready to put up with substandard treatment in the hope of obtaining promised services.
Against a background of general triumph for the party, deputies who were suspected of disloyalty to Zyuganov and his circle lost their mandates.
kagarlitsky.narod.ru /iv66.html   (2018 words)

  
 Russian Election
The Communist Party of the Russian Federation (KPRF) was registered on 24 March 1993 and considers itself the successor to the Communist Party of the RSFSR.
The party declares that it has a "left-social" orientation and continues to policies of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and the Communist Party of the RSFSR.
The party believes that it has the support of nearly 40 percent of the electorate, although opinion polls place the party's support at about 27 percent.
www.rferl.org /specials/russianelection/parties/communists.asp   (332 words)

  
 AEI - Short Publications - The Decline of the Communists
Overlooked in the victory of the pro-Kremlin party, United Russia, in the Duma election last December and President Vladimir Putin's overwhelming victory in the presidential election three months later was a milestone in Russia's post-Soviet political history: the precipitous decline of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation (KPRF).
The forerunner of the KPRF, the Russian Communist Party (RCP), was founded in 1990 by the members of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU) opposed to General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev's reforms.[1] After the failed August 1991 coup by Communist hardliners, the president of Russia, Boris Yeltsin, banned the CPSU and the RCP.
As over 50 percent of the vote was cast for parties and blocs that failed to overcome the 5-percent threshold for representation (including 9.6 million votes, or 14 percent of the total, cast for the badly fragmented pro-reform parties and blocs), only four of the forty-three parties competing in the election entered the parliament.
www.aei.org /publications/pubID.21318,filter.all/pub_detail.asp   (3322 words)

  
 Russia Profile - Index
The party was established in June of 1990 and registered by Ministry of Justice of Russian Federation on March 24, 1993.
The founders of the Communist Party of the Russian Soviet Federal Socialist Republic were the members of the Communist Party of Soviet Union (delegates to the CPSU's 28th Congress) who were inclined against reforms and represented a number of regional organizations of CPSU and its central governing body.
After the events of August 1991, the President of Russian Federation decreed that on November 6, 1991 the activity of the CP RSFSR would be stopped.  The governing body was dismissed and the party's property was taken by the government.
www.russiaprofile.org /resources/political/majorparties/kprf   (710 words)

  
 Zyuganov
Gennady Zyuganov, leader of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation and principal rival of Vladimir Putin for the Presidency of Russia, considers globalisation and how it may affect the future of the world.
Approaching the topic from the perspective of the centuries of Russian and European history, culture and tradition, Zyuganov puts it in the context of the long struggle of the peoples of the world for the right to their own identity and a fulfilling life.
GENNADY ZYUGANOV is Chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation and Leader of the CPRF deputies in the Russian Duma.
www.russianwriting.com /_wsn/page9.html   (294 words)

  
 Glossary of Organisations: So
Most notable were the Russian Marxists of the Russian Social-Democratic and Labor Party (Bolsheviks), who, 11 years earlier had split from their more reformist comrades in the Menshevik wing of the RSDLP.
It was destroyed by the Russian political police in 1896, and later reorganized as the Social Democracy of the Kingdom of Poland and Lithuania (SDKPiL).
Victor Chernov was among the prominent theoreticians of the SR party.
www.marxists.org /glossary/orgs/s/o.htm   (3838 words)

  
 Communist Movement in the Former Soviet Union - 3 Interviews
The Socialist party [Socialist because the word communist in Albania was forbidden under Berisha, but in essence it does not differ much from the CPRF] and its leader, Bashkim Fino, has not only saved Berisha from certain collapse under the wave of a popular revolution, but he has prepared the way for a foreign intervention.
Both AUCPB and the CPRF are displaying more and more tailist positions with respect to the Communist Party of the Russian Federation (CPRF), led by Zyuganov, are coming closer and closer to it, are being swallowed by the CPRF.
Many real communists, in a mass, are disappointed by the backwardness of their leadership, by the character of the political actions of their parties.
www.mltranslations.org /Russia/3intervws.htm   (8010 words)

  
 New Zeal: Russian Communist's Vision For A Red Future
We are the heirs of the party which had ensured the resurgence of the country after a devastating Civil War and had done everything to create a modern industry and defeat fascism.
The CPRF is confident that the life of the people can be greatly improved if the looting of the country is stopped, industry and agriculture are restored and everybody gets a job.
The CPRF is confident that the living minimum and the minimum wage must be not 2600 rubles, as now, but 10,000-12,000 rubles.
newzeal.blogspot.com /2008/01/russian-communists-vision-for-red.html   (1946 words)

  
 Zyuganov's anti-Semitism - www.communistvoice.org
The CPRF was formed in 1993 from the tattered remnants of the so-called Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU).
The CPSU was the ruling party of the former system which masqueraded as socialism while, in fact, the high government and party officials lorded over the workers, denied them their rights, and grew fat by treating the state economy as a treasure chest for the elite.
The CPRF leadership is trying to stave off mass anger with promises of minor relief from the crushing burden of the economic crisis while using virulent national chauvinism to deflect their thoughts from the class struggle against Russian capitalism.
home.flash.net /~comvoice/20cRussia.html   (3668 words)

  
 RCWP - Russian Communist Workers Party
Other parties that are part of this Communist Union, the Russian Communist Party - CPSU and the Russian Communist Party, in essence are not real communist parties since they do not recognize the role of the working class and the dictatorship of the proletariat.
In practice these two parties can be looked upon as communist, since they recognize that there is a need for a second revolution in order to renew the socialist revolution and they recognize the historical role played by Soviet people in the progress of humanity, building of socialism and the saving of humanity from fascism.
We reject the idea of communist outlook of the world, which was made the official policy of the Communist Party under the leadership of Stalin, which grew into a bureaucracy.
www.northstarcompass.org /nsc9904/rcwp.htm   (1102 words)

  
 The Communist Party of the Russian Federation
This is necessary for the strengthening of the government." The leader of the Communist Party commented further on his position with regards to the written appeal of Boris Berezovskiy to the leaders of various political parties.
The CPRF leader commented further on the situation about the hearsay which the mass media was printing about the RF Communist Party being connected with the Chechen terrorists and combatants.
In the end the most terrible crimes of the communists, which began to occur by order of the leading "communist Koshchey" of Ulyanov, was the annihilation of the Orthodox Church, its clergy and laymen, its saints, and most of all its relics.
www.lermanet.com /cisar/russia/031101.htm   (2794 words)

  
 FORUM.msk - Why Zjuganov’s Party Still Fail to Squeeze "Neo-Trotskyist Creep"?
Plenum of Northern district committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation of Moscow on April, 16, 2008 considered the problem on legitimacy of P.K. Miloserdov's expulsion from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation.
In fact enemies of the party spread rumours that to achieve quorum at expulsion of Miloserdov five communists who entered it during the war were read out from the party.
Yesterday Shreder became the academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences where he was forwarded by the department of social sciences as the candidate for foreign members of the Russian Academy of Science on specialty "Foreign Relations".
www.forum.msk.ru /english/material/eng_news/468298.html   (2300 words)

  
 Statement by the CPRF to President Putin
However, the judicial system of the Russian Federation, in a bid to please the executive bodies of state power and also under their pressure, has refused to consider even the most obvious manifestations of election fraud.
Moreover, the Communist Party of the Russian Federation has been the target of an incessant smear campaign which becomes particularly harsh during elections.
The Communist Party of the Russian Federation would like to call attention to the fact that the ruling grouping in Russia is consistently cracking down on universally-accepted democratic norms.
www.northstarcompass.org /nsc0612/cprf.htm   (1427 words)

  
 Greetings from Communist Party of Russian Federation
the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation extends to you, the delegates to the Congress and to all the Party members fraternal greetings and wishes of success to the Congress.
The Russian Communists express their solidarity with and support for all those who oppose the forces of reaction and who do not spare themselves in fighting for the rights of the working people.
The Indian Communists counter the onslaught of imperialism and neo-liberalism with cohesion and heroism.
pd.cpim.org /2008/0511_pd/05112008_27.htm   (201 words)

  
 Research Topics
The Fourth Congress of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation
Russian Federation with 540,000 members is by far the largest.
Party is not a shareholders' meeting or an elite club.
www.cdi.org /russia/Johnson/1101.html   (4694 words)

  
 Dar Zhutayev. Another "Communist" Party...
The answer is quite simple: in the same manner as the names of the post-Soviet communist gatherings are permutations of a rather limited number of Russian letters, their ideologies and organizational principles are clusters — in different proportions and of various shades — of a rather limited number of myths and ideas.
And oppressed nationalities, with which the “genuine Russians” from the Kremlin, inspired by post-modern æsthetes from Zubov Boulevard (1), choose to speak but in one language — that of genocide.
It was Mao and the Communist Party of China that first saw in late 1950’s where the Soviet Union was heading and that predicted with certainty the entire course of its development.
rmp.maoism.ru /english/articles/zhutayev.htm   (1954 words)

  
 The Portuguese Communist Party - Common Appeal on the foundation of the European Economic Community (EEC)
The Portuguese Communist Party - Common Appeal on the foundation of the European Economic Community (EEC)
Our parties will strengthen their cooperation and joint action and will actively contribute to strengthen the working-class organisations and struggles and the anti-imperialist movement, to resist, challenge and fight against the neo-liberal policies and militarism and to reject the "Constitutional Treaty".
Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia - Czech Republic
international.pcp.pt /index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=179&Itemid=36   (710 words)

  
 Communist Party of Ireland
     First I want to thank our hosts, the Communist Party of Belarus and the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, for holding this important conference, and also our Greek and Portuguese comrades for their work in promoting discussion amongst our parties in recent years.
The EU constitution, rejected by voters in France and the Netherlands, has been repackaged as a “reform treaty.” It may be that Ireland will be the only country to hold a referendum on this issue—which places on us a great responsibility.
Our party is engaged, along with others, in a campaign against this treaty.
www.communistpartyofireland.ie /sean.html   (905 words)

  
 The Internationale in 40+ languages - MP3 collection
It was the official anthem of the Soviet Union in the years 1918 through late 1943 (sung in Russian, of course).
Windows Audio (3.6MB, 3:48, 128kbps) — with an additional third verse highlighting Communist Party of the Philippines’ (CPP’s) adherence to the alliance of workers and peasants; the third verse written and this recording sung by José María “JOMA” Sison, the leader in exile of the CPP
The PCCH was founded on January 2, 1922 and this version of La Internacional has been the same ever since. Just to clarify, the Socialist Party of Chile, of which President Salvador Allende was a member, adopted instead the music of the French anthem La Marseillaise with diferent lyrics instead of the Internationale.
www.hymn.ru /internationale/index-en.html   (2221 words)

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