Communist Party of Cuba

The Communist Party of Cuba (Spanish: Partido Comunista de Cuba) is the ruling party of Cuba. It dates back to the 1920s historically, and was a member of the Comintern..

In 1961 this historical party, formed, together with Fidel Castro's July 26th Revolution Movement and others including the People's Socialist Party, formed a coalition called the Integrated Revolutionary Organizations. In 1962, this became a single party, the United Party of the Social Revolution in Cuba. This was renamed the Communist Party of Cuba in 1965.

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See also: List of Communist Parties, List of political parties


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