Communist Marxist Party (John)

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Communist Marxist Party (John)
Abbreviation CMP(J)
Leader C. P. John
Founder C. P. John
Founded March 2014 (4 years ago) (2014-03)
Split from Communist Marxist Party
Ideology Marxism
Communism
ECI Status State Party
Alliance United Democratic Front

Communist Marxist Party (John) is one of the splinter factions of Communist Marxist Party led by CP John. The party is allied with United Democratic Front in Kerala.

The CMP was part of the United Democratic Front, an alliance in Kerala which is led by the Indian National Congress. In March 2014, the party split and the faction led by C. P. John continued in the UDF while the faction led by K. R. Aravindakshan, which had the support of M. V. Raghavan, decided to cooperate with the Left Democratic Front although it was not officially inducted into the front.[1]

References

  1. ^ "CMP splits, one faction moves to LDF". The Hindu. 23 March 2014. Retrieved 15 August 2015.


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