Organisation of Marxist–Leninists of Spain


Organisation of Marxist–Leninists of Spain

Organisation of Marxist-Leninists of Spain (in Spanish: Organización de Marxistas-Leninistas de España) was a Spanish communist group. OMLE was formed in Brussels in September 1968 by various nuclei that had left the Communist Party of Spain (PCE).[1] OMLE denounced PCE as revisionist.

OMLE had its based in a few pockets like Cadiz and Vigo.[2]

OMLE published Bandera Roja as its central organ and Antorcha as its theoretical organ. El Gallo Rojo was published by the Andalusia Regional Committee of OMLE.[3]

OMLE held its first conference in June 1973.[4]

In October 1975 OMLE convened the founding congress of the Communist Party of Spain (Reconstituted) (PCE(r)), which acted as the continuation of OMLE.

References

  1. ^ ARTEHISTORIA - Redirector
  2. ^ Fernández, Luis Suárez/Gallego, José Andrés. La época de Franco. Ediciones Rialp, 1992. 240
  3. ^ http://www.bib.ub.es/www10/temes/1franpppl.htm
  4. ^ Juan Martín Luna || PCE(r)

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