Álvaro Cunhal

Álvaro Barreirinhas Cunhal, who used the name Álvaro Cunhal (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈaɫvɐɾu kuˈɲaɫ]; 10 November 1913 – 13 June 2005), was a Portuguese communist revolutionary and politician. He was one of the major opponents of the dictatorial regime of Estado Novo. He served as secretary-general of the Portuguese Communist Party (PCP) from 1961 to 1992. He was one of the most pro-Soviet of all western Europe communist leaders, often supporting the Soviet Union's foreign policies, including the intervention in Czechoslovakia in 1968.

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Who is the successor of Álvaro Cunhal?

The successor of Álvaro Cunhal is Carlos Carvalhas.

How would Álvaro Cunhal be described?

Álvaro Cunhal would be described as Portuguese politician and writer.

When was Álvaro Cunhal born?

Álvaro Cunhal was born on 10.11.1913.

What is Álvaro Cunhal subject of?

Álvaro Cunhal is subject of Portuguese Communist Party politicians, Portuguese atheists, Portuguese exiles, 1913 births, 2005 deaths, People from Coimbra, People granted political asylum in the Soviet Union, Portuguese male writers, Recipients of the Order of Lenin, Recipients of the Order of the October Revolution, Portuguese anti-fascists, Portuguese prisoners and detainees and Prisoners and detainees of Portugal.

To which party does Álvaro Cunhal belong?

Álvaro Cunhal is member of Partido Comunista Português.

How many children has Álvaro Cunhal?

One daughter.

What is the gender of Álvaro Cunhal?

Álvaro Cunhal is male.