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"bund" In Latvia

Founded1919
IdeologyBundism Socialism Jewish Autonomism Anti-zionism
Political positionLeft-wing
Split fromGeneral Jewish Labour Bund in Lithuania, Poland and Russia

General Jewish Labour Bund of Lithuania, Poland and Russia, generally called Bund or Jewish Labour Bund, was a nonreligious Jewish socialist event in the Russian Empire, active in between 1897 and 1920. In autumn of 1904, Riga Committee of Latvian Social Democratic Workers Party and Riga Committee of Bund signed a co-operation agreement and started Riga Federative Committee.

The first Bundist tasks in independent Latvia started with a congress of members of Unzer Tsayt in Riga in December 1918, right after Riga was conquered by Soviet Russia. Latvian Bund came to be an autonomous organization affiliated with the Latvian Social Democratic Workers Party. Connections among Jewish socialists and with the rest of the socialist movement were much better than in Poland; throughout elections of 1918, two Bundists were chosen, then 4 at Riga municipal council political election in 1919, on the usual listing of the Social Democratic bloc, which got 36 of 96 seats. Bund took into consideration the Jewish population as a country living in a diaspora, doing not have area, however with their own culture. Throughout the entire inter-war duration, event kept large depiction in municipal city government, extending its sphere of impact to Jewish area councils in the 1930s; nevertheless, none of its reps were ever before chosen to the Polish Sejm. Trade unions connected with Bund belonged to Class Trade Unions. On top of that, Bund additionally had a ladies's section, JAF and Morgenshtern sports club. Szmul Zygelbojm, on the various other hand, was among the participants of the National Council working together with the Polish federal government in London. Bund sought to unite all Jewish employees in the Russian Empire into a joined socialist event. For the next 5 years, Bund was acknowledged as the sole agent of Jewish employees in RSDLP, although many Russian socialists of Jewish descent, especially beyond Pale of Settlement, joined RSDLP straight. At 1906 First Duma political elections, Bund made a selecting agreement with the Lithuanian Labourers' Party, which resulted in the political election to Duma of 2 candidates sustained by Bund: Dr. Shmaryahu Levin for Vilnius district and Leon Bramson for Kaunas province. In November 1914, the Bund Central Committee designated a different Committee of Bund Organizations in Poland to run celebration in Poland. In theory, Bundists in Poland and Russia were members of the same celebration, but in method, Polish Bundists ran as a party of their own.

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