Revolutionary Communist Party (Brazil)

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The Revolutionary Communist Party (Brazilian Portuguese: Partido Comunista Revolucionário) is an anti-revisionist Marxist-Leninist communist party in Brazil. The party was merged into the October 8th Revolutionary Movement in 1981, near the end of the brazilian corporatist-military dictatorship, and was refounded in 1995. It is a member of the International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations (Unity & Struggle) (ICMLPO), an organization of anti-revisionist Marxist-Leninist parties[1]. The RCP-B closely assisted in the founding of Popular Unity (UP), a legal party which they use as a way to launch candidates in bourgeois elections.[2]

Revolutionary Communist Party

Partido Comunista Revolucionário
FoundersEmmanuel Bezerra
Manoel Lisboa de Moura
Founded1995 (Refounded)
NewspaperThe Truth
Youth wingRebellion Youth Union
Women's wingOlga Benário Women's Movement
Political orientationMarxism
International affiliationInternational Conference of Marxist–Leninist Parties and Organizations (Unity & Struggle)
ColoursRed, Gold


  1. "História". Partido Comunista Revolucionário. Retrieved 8th of December 2022.
  2. "Novo partido de esquerda surge para abrigar militantes 'sem-legenda'" (2021-02-06). Marco Zero. Retrieved 8th of December 2022.