Union des jeunesses communistes marxistes-léninistes

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The Union of Communist Youth Marxist-Leninist (French : Union des jeunesses communistes marxistes-léninistes, abbreviated UJC(ml)) was French maoist youth organization. UJC(ml) was founded on 10 December 1966, by youth activists excluded from the Union of Communist Students. On 12 June 1968, UJC(ml) was banned under a decree signed by then President of France Charles de Gaulle in response to the May Events of that year. [1] Some members of UJC(ml) founded new political movement - Gauche prolétarienne


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