Communist Party of Belgium (1989)

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Communist Party

Parti Communiste
LeaderArne Baillière
Founded1989 (1989)
Headquarters4 rue Rouppe Bruxelles Belgique 1000
IdeologyCommunism
Marxism-Leninism
European affiliationnone
International affiliationInternational Meeting of Communist and Workers Parties
ColoursRed
Website
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The Communist Party of Belgium (French: Parti Communiste de Belgique, or PCB; Dutch: Communistische Partij van België) is a political party in Belgium. It was founded in Wallonia in 1989 as the Communist Party of Wallonia after the Communist Party of Belgium was bifurcated along linguistic lines, and refounded as the PCB following the extinction of its counterpart in Flanders. Pierre Beauvois was the leader of the party to 2006.[1]

PC publishes Le Drapeau Rouge and Mouvements, it was part of the Party of the European Left until July 2018.[2] It is running candidates in the 2019 elections, often on the list of the Workers' Party.[3]

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