|Other Names:||League for a Revolutionary Communist International
Movement for a Revolutionary Communist International (1984–1989)
|Irish Affiliates:||Workers' Power |
Irish Workers' Group  1989–2006
|Other Affiliates:||Workers Power [UK] (Britain)|
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The League for the Fifth International (L5I) is an international group of Trotskyist parties, formed in 1989 as the League for a Revolutionary Communist International (LRCI). It emerged from the Movement for a Revolutionary Communist International, which was extant in the 1980s. The UK Workers’ Power group and Irish Workers’ Group (IWG) were involved from its foundation.
In 2006 a split occurred which resulted in the formation of Permanent Revolution in the UK. Remaining active members of IWG left L5I at this time and supported Permanent Revolution.
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