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Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia (KSČM) was officially registered by Czech Republic's Ministry of Interior in November 28, 1990.




I. regular Congress of the KSČM was held in October 13 and 14, 1990, in Olomouc. The Congress passed first independent programme of the party. Comrade Jiří Svoboda vas elected the Chairman.




II. Congress of the KSČM was held in December 12 and 13, 1992, in Kladno. A KSČM Programme was passed there, unlike the one from Olomouc trying to express decidedly Party's Communist orientation in new conditions.




III. Congress was convened into Prostějov, to be held in June 26, 1993, to deal with contradictions beginning to emerge inside of the party. The Congress took a decision to preserve the name of the party, advocating the Programme from Kladno. Doc. PhDr. Miroslav Grebeníček vas elected a new Chairman.




Some smaller groups separated gradually from the KSČM, being not satisfied by the Congress result, to create their own parties. Just so were created the Party of Democratic Left (SDL), the Left Bloc (LB), and later also the Party of Czechoslovak Communists (SČK). After founding of the LB, which overtook the name of the origin election coalition of the KSČM and the DL, the work of the coalition was stopped, and the KSČM had to establish its own parliamentary group in the national parliament.



Both the stabilization of the party and the membership's agreement with both the strategy and the programme directipn to be driven by the KSCM after its III. Congress, were confirmed also in the IV. Congress of the KSČM to be held in Liberec, December 2, 1995.




V. Congress took place between December 4 and 5, 1999, at Žďár nad Sázavou, under higher media attention than ever before. It had been clear even before the event it would be unacceptable to change the name of the party under current situation. A variety of programmable documents was passed there. Great emphasis was also put on to intensify KSČM's work with young people. The party intended primarily to pay its attention towards socially weak strata. Doc. PhDr. Miroslav Grebeníček, CSc. remains party's president, with Vlastimil Balín to be elected 1st vice-president. On its 1st session, new Central Committee elected vice-presidents: Zuzka Rujbrová, responsible for local politics and election preparations, Jiří Dolejš, responsible for professional development, Václav Exner, responsible for party's economics, and Miloslav Ransdorf, responsible for international relations.  




VI. Congress was held between May 15 and 16, 2004, in České Budějovice. Several Resolutions were passed, given to young people, social issues, elections and some inner-party affaires. PhDr. Miroslav Grebeníček, CSc. was re-elected the president. Followed, Central Committee re-elected Jiří Dolejš and Václav Exner vice-presidents (the later for international relations); three newcomers became vice-presidents; Karel Klimša (for party's work and electoral preparations), Vojtěch Filip (for regional and communal politics) anad František Toman (for party's economics).


VII. Congress was held between May 17 and 18, 2008, in Hradec Králové. Number of Resolutions, Declarations and Statements were passed by the delegates; among others Declaration of KSČM VII. Congress to traders, small and middle entrepreneurs, or Resolution of KSČM VII. Congress against US radar station on Czech Republic's territory, and others. JUDr. Vojtěch Filip was re-elected KSČM president, by vast majority in election first round. Subsequently, the Central Comkmittee elected six vice-presidents - Ing. Jiří Dolejš (for professional development), Leo Luzar (for party's work), MUDr. Jiří Maštálka (for both international politics and European integration), PhDr. Věra Žežulková (for media politics and elections), Jana Bystřická (for regional and communal politics and for civil sector), Ing. Čeněk Milota (for party economics). 




VIII. Congress was held between May 19 and 20, 2012, in Liberec. Main Report about KSČM's work and Speaking towards current political situation in were passed by 456 delegates. In the same time, the Congress took the document of “Socialism in 21st Century” into account. Among others, current state of preparation for Senate and regional elections to be held next autumn was discussed.     


JUDr. Vojtěch Filip, MP, was re-elected party's president again. Petr Šimůnek, Prague City Chancellor of KSČM, was elected 1st vice-president of the KSČM's CC. Ing. Miloslava Vostrá was re-elected vice-president for economics and Ing. Jiří Dolejš was elected vice-president for professional development, civil sector and the youth.




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