Communist Party of Cuba

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The Communist Party of Cuba is the single-party of Cuba, that was founded in 1925. At first it was called the Popular Socialist Party. At first the PSP criticized the terrorist attacks of the 26th of July Movement by Fidel Castro and Che Guevara. 1958 it started to support the guerilla movement. After the Cuban Revolution it merged with the 26th of July Movement and another Communist movement to the United Party of the Cuban Socialist Revolution. 1965 it was renamed into Communist Party of Cuba. Its current chairman is the Cuban dictator Raul Castro.