המפלגה הקומוניסטית הישראלית, או בקיצור מק"י (בערבית: الحزب الشيوعي الاسرائيلي), היא מפלגת שמאל רדיקלית קומוניסטית ששורשיה נעוצים עוד בתקופת היישוב העברי בא"י, במפלגת פועלים סוציאליסטית עברית, שהפכה למפלגה הקומוניסטית של פלשתינה (פ.ק.פ - פאלעסטינישע קאומוניסטישע פרטיי). כיום מק"י מהווה חלק מהחזית הדמוקרטית לשלום ולשוויון (חד"ש).
אפיון: מפלגת שמאל רדיקלי קומוניסטית
שנת ייסוד: 1919
התמזגה לתוך: רצה ברשימת חד"ש, אך ...
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The next Marx Conference will be held on Friday, June 27th in Tel Aviv at Hagada Hasmalit, Ahad Ha'am 60 and during the month of July in Haifa at Emil Touma Institute, Lochamei HaGetaot 27. Among the participants in the multiple panels: MK Dr. Dov Khenin, , Dr. Shimshom Bichler (Kinneret College), former MK Tamar Gozansky, Prof. Dani Filc (Ben-Gurion University), social activist Omri Evron, Prof. Avishai Erlich (Tel-Aviv College), Dr. Awni Kahil; Dr. Efraim Davidi (Tel-Aviv and Ben Gurion universi
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A Statement by the Communist Party of Israel
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