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Revolutionary Communist League (Belgium)

The Revolutionary Communist League (fr: Ligue Communiste Révolutionnaire, LCR) or Socialist Workers' Party (nl: Socialistische Arbeiderspartij, SAP) is a Belgian Trotskyist political party. It is the Belgian section of the Fourth International.In the 2010 election, Front des gauches (CP,LCR, PSL and PH) received 1,15% of votes for the Senat.

The party was long led by Ernest Mandel. It publishes La Gauche and Rood.

Contents

  • Electoral results 1
    • Federal Parliament 1.1
      • Chamber of Representatives 1.1.1
      • Senate 1.1.2
  • External links 2

Electoral results

Federal Parliament

Chamber of Representatives

Election year # of overall votes % of overall vote % of language
group vote
# of overall seats won # of language
group seats won
+/- Notes
1987 31,446 0.5
0 / 212
1991 5,243 0.1
0 / 212
Steady 0

Senate

Election year # of overall votes % of overall vote % of language
group vote
# of overall seats won # of language
group seats won
+/- Notes
1987 32,187 0.5
0 / 70
1991 6,485 0.1
0 / 70
Steady 0

External links

  • Official website Socialistische Arbeiderspartij nl
  • Official website Ligue Communiste Révolutionnaire fr
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