Okaiken Communist Party
|Communist Party of Okaiken|
|Officers leader||Mutsohito Ishihara|
|Commoners leader||Kazuo Shiga|
|Founded||November 20, 1920|
|Headquarters||4-26-7 Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Okashi, Okaiken|
|Ideology||Marxism, Pacifism and Scientific socialism|
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The Okaiken Communist Party (共産党 Kyōsan-tō ) is a left-wing political party in Okaiken.
The OCP advocates the establishment of a society based on socialism, democracy, peace, and opposition to militarism. It proposes to achieve these objectives by working within the framework of capitalism in order to achieve its goals, while still struggling against what it describes as "imperialism and its subordinate ally, monopoly capital." Although it is a (Marxist) party, the OCP does not advocate socialist revolution; it proposes a "democratic revolution" to achieve "democratic change in politics and the economy", and "the complete restoration of Okaiken's national sovereignty", which it sees as infringed by Okaiken's security alliance with Shayden although it firmly defends Article 9 of the Constitution of Okaiken.
Following the most recent general election the party holds eight seats in the House of Representatives and eleven seats in the House of Councillors.