Communist Party of Peru – Red Fatherland
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Communist Party of Peru – Red Fatherland (in Spanish: Partido Comunista del Perú - Patria Roja) is a political party in Peru founded in 1970, through a split in the Peruvian Communist Party - Red Flag. It is led by Alberto Moreno and Rolando Breña.
In 1980 it participated in the general elections on the lists of UNIR. In the same year it became one of the founding organizations of the United Left (IU). After the downfall of IU, PCdelP-PR launched New Left Movement (MNI) as its electoral front. Currently PCdelP-PR is the major Marxist group in the country. It participates in the build-up of the Broad Left Front (FAI).
The general secretary of the party, Alberto Moreno, was the FAI candidate in the 2006 presidential elections.
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