Revolutionary communists can change their party's name to get it registered with the Ministry of Justice.
The possibility of it was admitted by Victor Tyulkin - co-chairman of the Russian Communist Worker's Party - revolutionary party of communists (RKRP - RPK).
The Ministry of Justice refused to register the party due to the word "revolution" fixed in the party's charter, Tyulkin pointed out. The Ministry of Justice believes that the RKRP - RPK calls for overthrowing the existing regime by means of violence. Victor Tyulkin admitted that "the party's name might undergo certain changes" at a special convention of the party.
At the same time the other co-chairman of the left radical organization, Anatoly Kryuchkov, underlined that the RKRP - RPK would "summon up all its strength and potential to get the party registered."