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The party is administered by a Central Committee. As of [update] , the party has , members. Gennady Zyuganov , a co-founder of the party along with senior former Soviet politicians Yegor Ligachev , Anatoly Lukyanov , Andrew Konstant and others, was elected to be party leader at the Second Extraordinary Congress.
After the collapse of the Soviet Union in , he became active in the Russian "national-patriotic" movement,   being the chairman of the National Salvation Front some authors call him a nationalist.
Following the CPRF's success in the legislative election , it emerged as the primary opposition to incumbent President Boris Yeltsin for the presidential election , whose approval rating was in single digits.
Zyuganov was its chairman. It went on to support Zyuganov in the presidential election. The party suffered a sharp decline in the legislative election , going from seats to Zyuganov called the elections a "revolting spectacle" and accused the Kremlin of setting up a " Potemkin party", Rodina , to steal its votes.
In the presidential election , Zyuganov denounced election irregularities in the legislative election , but he also expressed his opposition to the organizers of the mass demonstrations of December , which he views as orchestrated by ultra liberals who are exploiting unrest.
The party played only a minor role as a catalyst in the protests. Party rallies on 18 December in protest of election irregularities in Moscow and Saint Petersburg were attended by only a few thousand, mostly elderly, party supporters.
The party's current program was adopted in , where the CPRF declared that it is the only political organization that consistently upholds the rights of the workers and national interests.
According to the program, the strategic goal of the party is to build in Russia a "renewed socialism, socialism of the 21st century".
According to the party, there comes a "confrontation between the New World Order and the Russian people with its thousand-year history, and with its qualities", "communality and great power, deep faith, undying altruism and decisive rejection of lures mercantile bourgeois liberal-democratic paradise".
According to its program,  the CPRF considers it necessary to reform the country in three phases. In the first phase, it is needed to achieve workers' power through representation by a coalition led by the CPRF.
Achieving this goal will help eliminate the devastation from the standpoint of the party, the consequences conducted in the past decade of reforms, in particular by the nationalization of property privatized in the s.
However, in this case small producers will remain and moreover will be organized to protect them from robbery by "big business, bureaucrats, and mafia groups".
It is planned to reform the management of enterprises through the creation of councils at various levels. The party also plans to transform Russia into a Soviet republic.
The economy will be made a gradual transition to a socialist form of economic activity , but a small private equity is still retained. Finally, the third phase is to build socialism.
In recent years, the Communist Party has also shown tendency of moving towards Dengism. The First Secretary Gennady Zyuganov also expressed that they should learn from China's successful example and build Russian socialism.
He also encouraged all party members to read "Selective work of Deng Xiaoping". He said during his visit to China in "Had we learned from the success of China earlier, the Soviet Union would not have dissolved".
The party is in favour of cooperation with the Russian Orthodox Church. Propaganda of any religion is banned inside the party. Since its founding the CPRF has had several distinct internal factions: .
The headquarters of the party is in Moscow. The Leninist Komsomol of the Russian Federation is the youth organisation of the party.
Since , the organisation has been led by Gennady Zyuganov and it became part of the Central Committee. The party has friendly relations with the Party of the European Left , but it is not a member of it.
On 24 March , the party sent a delegation to North Korea and signed a "protocol on cooperation" with the Workers' Party of Korea.
In October the party hosted the 19th International Meeting of Communist and Workers Parties in the city of Saint Petersburg, marking the centenary of the October Revolution , with an attendance of over parties from around the globe.
Pravda is the newspaper of the Communist Party,  it has more than 30 regional editions. The party has also a newspaper named Sovetskaya Rossiya Soviet Russia.
Sovetskaya Rossiya is a newspaper that is friendly to the party and until the newspaper Tomorrow. On 19 October , the leader of the party Gennady Zyuganov appealed to the citizens of Russia to financially support the party to implement its policy goals.
The CPRF is strong in large cities and major industrial and scientific centers " naukograds " as well as in the small towns and cities around Moscow.
In all presidential elections that have been held in the Russian Federation, the Communist Party's candidate has finished second.
In , several opposition politicians, including Boris Nemtsov , claimed that Dmitry Medvedev admitted to them that Zyuganov would actually have won the election if not for fraud in favor of Yeltsin.
According to independent observers, there was large-scale fraud in favor of Putin. In the Moscow Duma election held on 4 December , the party won In the opinion of some observers, [ which?
On 11 March , elections took place for 14 regional and local legislatures. Communist candidate Roman Grebennikov won election as mayor with In gubernatorial elections, party's nominee Sergey Levchenko won the gubernatorial election in Irkutsk Oblast.
In the gubernatorial elections , candidates from the Communist party Andrey Klychkov and Valentin Konovalov won the gubernatorial elections in the Oryol Oblast and Khakassia , respectively.
The result of those elections was declared invalid due to a large number of violations in connection with which recall election were scheduled for December , but the Communist party decided not to nominate its candidate for the new election.
In the elections to the regional parliaments, the Communist party took first place in the voting on party lists in three regions.
However, in two regions, United Russia still managed to get a relative majority in regional parliaments at the expense of deputies-single-mandate holders.
Nevertheless, in Irkutsk Oblast, the party received a relative majority and is the largest faction in the Legislative Assembly. Thus, Irkutsk Oblast is currently the only region in which both branches of government executive and legislative are controlled by the Communist party.
Marxist theoretician Boris Kagarlitsky writes: "It is enough to recall that within the Communist movement itself, Zyuganov's party was at first neither the sole organisation, nor the largest.
Bit by bit, however, all other Communist organisations were forced out of political life. This occurred not because the organisations in question were weak, but because it was the CPRF that had received the Kremlin's official approval as the sole recognised opposition".
Zyuganov with members of the Leninist Komsomol of the Russian Federation. Communists marching on International Workers' Day in , Severodvinsk.
Party members lay down flowers at the tomb of Joseph Stalin. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Communist Party of the Russian Federation.
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