|Other Names:||Communist Party of Ireland  (1921–1924)|
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|International Affiliation:||Communist International (1921–1924)|
|Precursor:||Irish Socialist Republican Party|
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The Socialist Party of Ireland was established in 1909. It was a re-establishment of James Connolly’s Irish Socialist Republican Party.
In 1921 it affiliated with the Comintern and was renamed the Communist Party of Ireland (the first party of that name, and not to be confused with the current party, founded in 1933).
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