The Maoist Communist Party (MCP) is a political party in France that espouses a ideology based on the teachings of Chinese Communist leader Mao Zedong. The party was founded in 1972 and has since participated in several elections in France, though it has never won any seats in the French National Assembly.
The MCP advocates for the establishment of a socialist society in France and supports the idea of a popular revolution to achieve this goal. The party is critical of capitalism and globalization, and argues that only through the implementation of socialist policies can France address issues such as inequality and poverty.
The MCP is a member of the Coordination of Maoist Parties and Organizations, an international alliance of Maoist parties and organizations. The party has been involved in several social and political movements in France, including the anti-globalization and anti-war movements. However, it remains a small and marginal political force in the country.