All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks)

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All-Union Communist Party
Всесоюзная Коммунистическая Партия
Logo of the VKP(b)
Party Leader
Founder(s)Vladimir Lenin
FoundedJanuary 1912, 50 years ago
Ideologies Communism
  • Bolshevism
  • Marxism-Leninism
  • Left-Communism


  • Ultravisionary Socialism
NewspaperPravda (Правда)
Political PositionFar-left
Slogan"Workers of the world, unite!"

The All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks) is a political party found in various parts of the former Soviet Union. The Party is the ruling party of Tyumen, Irkutsk, and Buryatia. Each version of the VKP (B) claims to be a successor to the original Soviet Communist Party, however the fragmented nature of Russia makes it so that each variation from statelet to statelet operates independently from one another, thus their nature varies. However all them subscribe to some form of Bolshevism.

Countries with VKP(b) presence[edit | edit source]

Country Party Popularity Party Variant
As Ruling Party
Tyumen 81% West Siberian VKP(b)
Irkutsk 100% Yagoda's VKP(b), Sablinite VKP(b)
Buryatia 100% Sablinite VKP(b)
As Opposition Party
Omsk 12% West Siberian VKP(b)
Sverdlovsk 20%
Zlatoust 9%
Yugra 5%
Free Aviators 22%
Yakutia 9% Yagoda's VKP(b), Sablinite VKP(b)
With Zero Popularity
Tomsk 0% Central Siberian VKP(b)
Chita Yagoda's VKP(b), Sablinite VKP(b)
As Potential Ruling Party
Komi Orthodox, Ultravisionary, Left Communist