It concerns the various stages in the organizational and political development of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation
After all, the United Russia party replaced the Communist Party of the Russian Federation
(CPRF) as the dominant political party in the State Duma.
Although the Communist Party of the Russian Federation
(KPRF) did field candidates in these elections in December 1993, other opposition organizations did not do so.
The access he gained to Soviet and Russian officialdom over the course of many research visits also provided entree to figures who have since become very prominent: Boris Yeltsin, for instance (who was vastly interested in the methods of Indiana's hog farmers); Gennadii Zyuganov (a "classic apparatchik" who was "cagey" on the subject of whether the Communist Party of the Russian Federation
had inherited the CPSU's assets); Aleksandr Lebed ("amazingly inarticulate"); and Vladimir Zhirinovskii (who he thought clownish, but conveniently so for Yeltsin and company).
That shift was crucial and brought Gorbachev closer to West European social democrats such as Felipe Gonzalez than to the kind of people who are in charge of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation
The program of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation
, one of the current frontrunners in the upcoming Duma elections, goes much further than that of KRO.
By contrast, the Communist Party of the Russian Federation
forgot (thank goodness!) its usual great-power rhetoric, bluntly condemning the war and the authorities who were responsible for the massive destruction and the large number of casualties.
A few days later, Yeltsin banned the centrist People's Party of Free Russia, founded by Vice President Aleksandr Rutskoi three years ago, and the 500,000-member Communist Party of the Russian Federation
. There is no direct evidence that either party or their current leaders toop part in the rioting.
Zyuganov called on to use the experience of presidential candidate Pavel Grudinin and the program of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation
"20 Steps" for socio-economic development of the country.
Deputy Chairman of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation
Central Committee Andrei Filipov pointed out that they came to Syria to see what is happening and evaluate the situation, saying that they believe that the solution is in the hands of the Syrians under the leadership of President Bashar al-Assad who together can stand in the face of the conspiracy.
Russia's communists ran on two platforms, those of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation
(CPRF) and the Agrarian Party of Russia (APR).
The leader of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation
also stressed that the Address sets goals and priorities, and one of the main issues is financing the implementation of the items of the Address.