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Chilean Communist Party

Partido Comunista de Chile

Last modified: 2016-04-30 by alex garofolo
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JJCC flag
image by Uriel González Urquiza, 16 Jul 2006
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About the flag

In a background Red, a circle with halves blue and red for the colors of the motherland with a hammer and sickle communist symbols between two branches that represent the victory of the party in the social struggles of the XXth century.
Uriel González Urquiza, 16 Jul 2006


Background

It is the oldest party of the country with 94 years of existence, founded by Luis E. Recabarren is a Marxist-Leninist traditional party.
Uriel González Urquiza, 16 Jul 2006


Communist Youths
JJCC - Juventudes Comunistas

JJCC flag
image by Uriel González Urquiza, 16 Jul 2006

Youth organization of the Communist Party of Chile, known popularly as la jota (the "j").
Uriel González Urquiza, 16 Jul 2006

Banner with a young men and a young woman looking at the left side with a copihue (national flower of chile) among two spikes of wheat with the abbreviation "JJCC".
Uriel González Urquiza, 16 Jul 2006


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