Party Cell

Party Cell

 

the name of the primary party organization of the CPSU until 1934. The terms “Social Democratic cell” and “party cell” were coined in the prerevolutionary period. The Eighth All-Russian Conference of the RCP(B) in December 1919 was the first to include in the party Rules a section on the party cell.

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Kim said the party cells, basic organizations of the party, should be further strengthened and all the party cell chairpersons should fulfill their responsibilities and duties in order to successfully carry out the important and urgent tasks set forth by the party, the news agency said in its English edition.
Summary: Lebanese authorities have arrested a Baath Party cell allegedly involved in handing over Syrian rebel fighters to Bashar Assad's regime after kidnapping them in Lebanon, security sources said Friday.
Of the 72 identified oppositionists in Vitebsk in 1928, 17 were members of the party cell at Profintern; similarly, 16 oppositionists were members of the Metprom 3 party cell at the Krasnyi Metallist works.
This was announced at the regular city conference of the party cell on September 22.
All the militant cells are affiliated with al-Qa'ida in Iraq, execpt for Jaysh al-Islami and the Ba'ath party cell.
ISLAMABAD, June 25, 2010 (Balochistan Times): PML-N chief Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has directed to set up special party cell to verify the degrees of all party members to avoid further ill-repute and dishonour.
ISLAMABAD, June 25, 2010 (Frontier Star): PML-N chief Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has directed to set up special party cell to verify the degrees of all party members to avoid further ill-repute and dishonour.
Leona recorded Private Party Cell and Ready To Get Down before she signed a major record deal, so these songs offer a glimpse into where it all began for the Islington-born pop diva.
The fact that he had studied abroad--a privilege granted very few Albanians--and headed the Communist Party cell in his hospital was of little import.
Kazan, who had previously stated that he would refuse to testify, `named names' before the Committee in April 1952, to the shock of his friends and admirers (he named those fellow members of a Communist Party cell in the Group Theatre).
When I write of a "high level of sacrifice" (65), I refer explicitly to a party cell of just over 20 members.
9) "Comrade Chuchin," the secretary of the Party cell at the State Institute of Journalism in 1925, argued that a journalist who was not a Communist and who did not know how "to use the press as a weapon of the class struggle" could not be called a "good" journalist.