Le Parti marxiste-léniniste italien (PMLI) est un parti politique italien d'extrême gauche, d'orientation maoïste et stalinienne. Il a été fondé par d'anciens militants du Parti communiste d'Italie (marxiste-léniniste) : l'organisation est née en 1969 sous le nom d'« Organisation communiste bolchevique italienne marxiste-léniniste », avant de prendre son nom actuel en 1977.

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  • Le Parti marxiste-léniniste italien (PMLI) est un parti politique italien d'extrême gauche, d'orientation maoïste et stalinienne. Il a été fondé par d'anciens militants du Parti communiste d'Italie (marxiste-léniniste) : l'organisation est née en 1969 sous le nom d'« Organisation communiste bolchevique italienne marxiste-léniniste », avant de prendre son nom actuel en 1977.
  • Il Partito Marxista-Leninista Italiano (PMLI), è un partito politico italiano, comunista antirevisionista, fondato a Firenze il 9 aprile 1977. I militanti fondatori entrarono nel 1967 nel Partito Comunista d'Italia (marxista-leninista) per poi uscirne nel 1969 fondando l'Organizzazione Comunista Bolscevica Italiana marxista-leninista, che nel 1977 diede vita al PMLI. Il partito ha come scopo finale la realizzazione del comunismo. Il partito rifiuta la visione trotzkista del marxismo.
  • The Italian Marxist–Leninist Party (PMLI) (Partito Marxista-Leninista Italiano) is a communist party in Italy. It was founded in Florence in 1977. The leading core of PMLI began their political activity as they joined the Communist Party of Italy (Marxist-Leninist) (PCd'I(ml)) in 1967. The group broke away from PCd'I(ml) in 1969 in 1969, and formed the Italian Bolshevik Communist Organization Marxist-Leninist (OCBIml, Organizzazione Comunista Bolscevica Italiana marxista-leninista). In 1977 OCBIml was transformed into PMLI.The PMLI is opposed to the bourgeois democracy and during the political elections it carries out an abstentionistic propaganda. The PMLI is a communist party, loyal to the teachings of Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, Vladimir Lenin, Joseph Stalin and Mao Zedong, named the five teachers. This movement strives for a proletarian revolution and the establishment of a united, red and socialist Italy. The PMLI believes that Maoism is the highest stage of the workers' movement.Soviet leader Joseph Stalin is held in high regard within the PMLI due to his construction of the first Socialist country, the Soviet Union, and to his encouragement of the creation of the other Socialist countries of Eastern Europe. Consequently, the PMLI refuses Trotskyism, believing it to be an extremist and anti-Communist diversion from Marxism-Leninism.The PMLI views the 1936 Soviet Constitution as example of the existence of the socialism in the Soviet Union.The PMLI has an official newspaper, Il Bolscevico ('The Bolshevik'). The current General Secretary of PMLI is Giovanni Scuderi. The headquarters of the PMLI are located in Florence.The party is not represented in the Italian Parliament, the European Parliament, nor in any regional or provincial assemblies.
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  • Le Parti marxiste-léniniste italien (PMLI) est un parti politique italien d'extrême gauche, d'orientation maoïste et stalinienne. Il a été fondé par d'anciens militants du Parti communiste d'Italie (marxiste-léniniste) : l'organisation est née en 1969 sous le nom d'« Organisation communiste bolchevique italienne marxiste-léniniste », avant de prendre son nom actuel en 1977.
  • Il Partito Marxista-Leninista Italiano (PMLI), è un partito politico italiano, comunista antirevisionista, fondato a Firenze il 9 aprile 1977. I militanti fondatori entrarono nel 1967 nel Partito Comunista d'Italia (marxista-leninista) per poi uscirne nel 1969 fondando l'Organizzazione Comunista Bolscevica Italiana marxista-leninista, che nel 1977 diede vita al PMLI. Il partito ha come scopo finale la realizzazione del comunismo. Il partito rifiuta la visione trotzkista del marxismo.
  • The Italian Marxist–Leninist Party (PMLI) (Partito Marxista-Leninista Italiano) is a communist party in Italy. It was founded in Florence in 1977. The leading core of PMLI began their political activity as they joined the Communist Party of Italy (Marxist-Leninist) (PCd'I(ml)) in 1967. The group broke away from PCd'I(ml) in 1969 in 1969, and formed the Italian Bolshevik Communist Organization Marxist-Leninist (OCBIml, Organizzazione Comunista Bolscevica Italiana marxista-leninista).
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