Coalition of the Left (Tarsas)
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Coalition of the Left
|Founder||Hanz Felderost |
|Founded||December 15, 1999|
|Merger of||Left Front|
People's Action Movement
United Progressive Coalition
|Headquarters||Sidon and Aenonesos|
|Newspaper||Left-wing Weekly News|
|Student wing||Young Tarsans of the Left|
|Political position||Left-to-Far left|
|International affiliation||Association of Liberal and Democratic Parties|
|Seats in the Hellenic Senate|
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The Coalition of the Left, also commonly called CL, the Left Bloc, or the Coalition (colloquially), is a contemporary left-wing-to-far left secondary political party in Tarsas, being a "second-tier" left-wing party in Tarsas' multiparty politics. In the Hellenic Senate, the Coalition has declined to join any current coalition and is often at odds with most of the other parties. The Coalition came to be a merger of three left-wing parties - the Left Front, the People's Action Movement, and the United Progressive Coalition - after several electoral failures in the 1980s and 1990s. In 1999, Liothidian immigrant Hanz Felderost began to consult for leftist politician Cauis Atiphas in forming a coalition of ineffective leftist parties.