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What does PC stand for?

PC stands for Parti Communiste (French Communist Party)


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S'adressant a la session d'audience dimanche au Conseil des Etats organisee par le comite de la paix et des affaires politiques et de la communication au conseil sur le plan de la commission strategique 2014-2018, Abu Zaid a indique que le comite a rencontre un certain nombre de partis politiques comme le parti communiste, le parti d'Omma national preside par Al Sadiq Al Mahdi et le parti du Congres Populaire dans le cadre des efforts pour la reussite du dialogue national et la solution des problemes du pays.
Abdel Jalil Noaimi: En tant que representant du parti communiste bahreinien, nous sommes tres contents de prendre part au 9 e congres du PPS.
Indeed, the broad popularity attracted by Melenchon, in polls and at rallies, is due first and foremost to the man's personality - a professor of French literature and eloquent speaker who has managed to bring together the voters of the Communist Party (PCF - Parti Communiste FranE*ais) and from the left of the Socialist Party (PS - Parti Socialiste), in addition to the disgruntled and the marginalized from every segment of the populations, under the slogan of defeating Sarkozy and defending against Marine Le Pen.
Pour ce faire, je concentrerai mon analyse sur la critique que les deux principaux partis maoistes peruviens des annees 1970, le Parti Communiste Peruvien--Bandera Roja (PCP--Bandera Roja) et le Parti Communiste du Perou--Patria Roja (PC del P--Patria Roja), lancerent a l'encontre du regime militaire (10).
Indeed, several political movements fought for equal rights and independence in the twentieth century: radical nationalists with L'Etoile Nord Africaine, which later became Le Parti du Peuple Algerien under the leadership of former syndicalist Messali Hadj; liberals with Ferhat Abbas; and even communists with Le Parti Communiste Algerien.