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Revolutionary Communist Party (Chile)

Revolutionary Communist Party was a pro-China communist party in Chile founded in 1966. The founders of PCR belonged to ESPARTACO (led by the Valparaiso senator Jaime Barros Perez Cotapos), a group that had been expelled from the Communist Party of Chile (PCCh), and Revolutionary Communist Union, another splinter group of PCCh. PCR was led by Jorge Palacios and David Benquis.

PCR published El Pueblo and Causa Marxista-Leninista.

In 1984 PCR was one of three founding organizations of the Revolutionary Internationalist Movement.

PCR dissolved in internal strife. One section would refound itself as the Communist Organization Recabarren in 1985.

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