Worker's Commonwealth of San Paulo
San Paulo
Timeline: Regnum Bueno
Preceded by 1953-1974 Succeeded by
Flagsaopaulov1 Kingdom of San Paulo Flagsaopaulov3 United Republic of San Paulo

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Flag Coat of Arms

O Povo que constitui a nação! (Portuguese)
("The people who constitute the nation!")

Anthem "A Porta Vermelha"
(and largest city)
San Paulo
Other cities San Bernardo

San João

Language Portuguese
Religion Secular state
Government One-Party
Socialist federal republic
  legislature Luís Carlos Prestes
Population 127 432 689 hab.
Currency Banterum
The Worker's Commonwealth of San Paulo (Portuguese: Comunidade Trabalhista de São Paulo), was a Socialist state on the South American continent that existed between 1953 and 1966.

A union of multiple subnational communities, its government and economy were centralized. The country was a one-party state, governed by the Communist Party with San Paulo as its capital.

It had two general-secretaries: Carlos Marighella (1953-58) and Luis Carlos Prestes (1958-66).