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Progressive Youth of Poland (PYP) is an independent, unregistered communist youth organization in the Republic of Poland (WP). It was established in 1996 in the Sudety mountains in Poland. At the beginning it was known as the Communist Youth of Poland, but it changed its name in 2009.

PYP is a small Marxist-Leninist (WP) youth organization, but it is affiliated with the World Federation of Democratic Youth (WP) of close to 200 members. The number of PYP members is unknown. PYP actively participates in demonstrations, pickets and workers strikes. It publishes the magazine "Progress". The sign of PYP is the left fist inscribed in five-armed star.

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Progressive Youth of Poland Official sign of PYP

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