Bulgarian Communist Party – Marxists

Bulgarian Communist Party – Marxists

Bulgarian Communist Party – Marxists (in Bulgarian: "Българска комунистическа партия – марксисти") is a political party in Bulgaria. БКП - марксисти was founded in 1990. The chairman of the Executive Committee of the party is Boris Petkov.

БКП-м took part in the 1991 parliamentary elections. It got 7663 votes (0.14%).

In 1999 elections БКП-м was part of the coalition Union of Communist Parties.

БКП-м upholds close relations with the Workers Party of Korea.

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