Bulgarian Communist Party – Marxists

Bulgarian Communist Party – Marxists
Leader Boris Petkov
Founded 1990
Headquarters Sofia, Bulgaria
Ideology Communism, Marxism
Colours Red, White
National Assembly
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Bulgarian Communist Party – Marxists (Bulgarian: Българска комунистическа партия – марксисти), abbreviated BCP-Marxists (Bulgarian: БКП-марксисти) is a communist party in Bulgaria, founded in 1990. The chairman of the Executive Committee of the party is Boris Petkov.

BCP-M took part in the 1991 parliamentary elections. It got 7663 votes (0.14%).[1]

The BCP-M has close ties with the Workers' Party of Korea.


  1. "Официални резултати от изборите за народни представители". Математически колектив "Избори" (in Bulgarian). Retrieved 2012-05-10.
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