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Communist Party of Latvia

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The Communist Party of Latvia (Latvijas Komunistiskā partija, LKP) was a political party in Latvia. History Latvian Social-Democracy prior to 1919 The party was founded at a congress in June 1904. Initially the party was known as the Latvian Social Democratic Workers' Party (LSDSP). During its second party congress in 1905 it adopted the programme of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party (RSDLP) as its own. At the Fourth Congress of the RSDLP in 1906, the LSDSP entered the RSDLP as a territorial organisation, and after the congress its name was changed to Social-Democracy of the Latvian Territory. The party held its fourth congress in Brussels from 26 January to 8 February 1914. In May 1918 Latvian Social Democratic Workers' Party was founded by the Menshevik elements who had been expelled from the LSD. Rule in Soviet Latvia, 1919–1920 The party briefly governed the Latvian Socialist Soviet Republic in 1919; and changed it
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