General Jewish Labour Bund in Lithuania
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|Jewish Labour Bund|
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In 1919, it took part in the community elections under the new Lithuanian minorities autonomy law. In Vilkovishk for instance, it won an absolute majority with Poale Zion. In Mariampol, the Bund got 3 seats out of 21.
In 1921, the Bund was forced to stop its activities. Some Bundists joined the underground Communist Party while others joined the Poalei Zion-Smol (Left). The Lithuanian branch of the latter was also forced to disband after the 1926 coup d'état.