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Guatemalan Party of Labour

The Guatemalan Party of Labour was a communist party in Guatemala. It existed from 1949 to 1998. It gained prominence during the government of Col. Jacobo Arbenz. It was one of the main forces of opposition to the various regimes that followed Arbenzs overthrow and became a constituent of the URNG guerrilla coalition during the later phase of the countrys Civil War.

Party of Independence and Labour

The Party of Independence and Labour is a socialist and formerly communist political party in Senegal. For years it was led by Amath Dansokho.

Labour Party (Lithuania)

The Labour Party is a social-liberal and populist political party in Lithuania. The party was founded in 2003 by the Russian-born millionaire businessman Viktor Uspaskich.

Labour Party (Netherlands)

The Labour Party is a social-democratic political party in the Netherlands. The party was founded in 1946 as a merger of the Social Democratic Workers Party, the Free-thinking Democratic League, and the Christian Democratic Union. Prime Ministers from the Labour Party have been Willem Drees 1948–1958, Joop den Uyl 1973–1977, and Wim Kok 1994–2002. From 2012 to 2017, the PvdA formed the second largest parliamental faction and was the junior partner in the Second Rutte cabinet with the Peoples Party for Freedom and Democracy. Since 2016, Lodewijk Asscher has been Leader of the Labour Party. ...

Workers' Party of Belgium

The Workers Party of Belgium is a political party in Belgium that operates as a single Belgian party, in contrast to all other major Belgian political parties, which are either Flemish, Francophone or local. The PTB-PVDA used to host the International Communist Seminar until 2014 which had become one of the main worldwide gatherings of communist parties. PTB-PVDA has traditionally been a small party, but since the mid-2010s has gained momentum and increasing popularity at the polls and elections.

Progressive Party of Working People

The Progressive Party of Working People, Anorthotiko Komma Ergazomenou Laou ; Turkish: Emekçi Halkın Ilerici Partisi) is a Marxist–Leninist, communist political party in Cyprus. AKEL is one of the two major parties in Cyprus, and it supports an independent, demilitarized, and non-aligned Cyprus, and a federal solution of the internal aspect of the Cyprus problem. It places particular emphasis on rapprochement with the Turkish Cypriots. It supported entry into the European Union with certain reservations. Initially supportive of the Annan Plan in 2004, the AKEL ultimately opposed the plan b ...