- Egyptian Communist Party
Egyptian Communist Party
الحزب الشيوعي المصري
Chairman Salah Adli Founded 1975 Headquarters Egypt Ideology Marxism Political position Left National affiliation Coalition of Socialist Forces Official colors Red Website http://www.cp-egypt.com/ Politics of Egypt
The Egyptian Communist Party (Arabic: الحزب الشيوعي المصري) (ECP) is a political party in Egypt, formed in 1975 by a number of members of the former Egyptian Communist Party. Under the regimes of Presidents Anwar Sadat and Hosni Mubarak the new Communist Party faced state repression and was barred from running in elections. The party however continued to operate underground until the overthrow of Mubarak in 2011. Despite having ECP members allegedly killed and imprisoned under Mubarak, the party have since been involved in mobilizing workers in 2011.
The party is led by Salah Adli.
On 10 May 2011, the ECP agreed to enter into a "socialist front" with four other Egyptian leftist groups called the Coalition of Socialist Forces, which includes the Revolutionary Socialists, the Popular Democratic Alliance Party, The Socialist Party of Egypt and the Workers Democratic Party.
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