Revolutionary Communist League


Revolutionary Communist League

The Revolutionary Communist League can refer to one of several different parties:

*Revolutionary Communist League (France) (France)
*Revolutionary Communist League (Belgium)
*Revolutionary Communist League (Austria) "Revolutionäre Kommunistische Liga"
*Revolutionary Communist League (Iceland)
*Revolutionary Communist League (India)
*Revolutionary Communist League (Israeli State) "Ha-Liga Ha-Komunistit Ha-Mahapchanit" (an offshoot of Matzpen)
*Revolutionary Communist League (Italy) "Lega Comunista Rivoluzionaria"
*Revolutionary Communist League (Japan)
*Revolutionary Communist League (Mexico) "Liga Communista Revolutionario"
*Revolutionary Communist League (Palestine)
*Revolutionary Communist League (Spain) "Liga Comunista Revolucionaria"
*Revolutionary Communist League (Sri Lanka)
*Revolutionary Communist League (United Kingdom)
*Revolutionary Communist League (Internationalist) (USA)


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