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Communist Party of South Sudan

The Communist Party of South Sudan is a communist party in South Sudan. It was formed in June 2011, as the southern branches of the Sudanese Communist Party separated themselves from their mother party ahead of South Sudanese independence. The fo ...

                                               

Communist Party of Jamaica

The Communist Party of Jamaica was a political party in Jamaica, founded in 1975. At the time of the foundation of the party, when the Preparatory Committee for a Communist Party of Jamaica was formed, the Workers Liberation League decided to sta ...

                                               

Japanese Communist Party

The Japanese Communist Party is a political party in Japan and is one of the largest non-governing communist parties in the world. The JCP advocates the establishment of a society based on socialism, democracy, peace and opposition to militarism. ...

                                               

Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain

Communist Party of the Peoples of Spain is a communist and Marxist–Leninist political party in Spain. PCPE was founded out of the unification of several Marxist-Leninist factions. The youth organization is called the Communist Youth of the People ...

                                               

Workers' Communist Party of France

The Workers Communist Party of France is a minor French Marxist-Leninist political party. The PCOF was established in 1979 after a split in the Strasbourg section of the pro-Chinese Marxist–Leninist Communist Party of France. During the Cold War, ...

                                               

Communist Party of Workers and Peasants

The Communist Party of Workers and Peasants was a political party in Ukraine, formed in 2001 following a split from the Communist Party of Ukraine. On 30 September 2015 the District Administrative Court in Kiev banned the party.

                                               

Communist Party of Social Justice

The Communist Party of Social Justice is a communist party in Russia established and registered in 2012 which favours the construction of a socialist state. The party was created with the participation of the leader of the Democratic Party of Rus ...

                                               

Communist Party of Germany (Opposition)

The Communist Party of Germany), generally abbreviated as KPO or KPD, was a communist opposition organisation established at the end of 1928 and maintaining its existence until 1939 or 1940. After the rise of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party to po ...

                                               

Popular Socialist Party

Popular Socialist Party may refer to: Dominican Popular Socialist Party Labour Popular Socialist Party, early 20th-century Russian party Popular Socialist Party Brazil Popular Socialist Party Cuba Popular Socialist Party of Mexico Popular Sociali ...

                                               

Jewish Socialist Workers Party

The Jewish Socialist Workers Party, often nicknamed Seymists, was a Jewish socialist political party in the Russian Empire. The party was founded in April 1906, emerging out of the Vozrozhdenie circles. The Vozrozhdenie was a non-Marxist tendency ...

                                               

Socialist Reich Party

The Socialist Reich Party was a West German political party founded in the aftermath of World War II in 1949 as an openly neo-Nazi oriented split-off from the national conservative German Right Party. The party achieved some electoral success in ...

                                               

Socialist Left Party

                                               

Socialist Party (disambiguation)

Socialist Party is the name of many different political parties around the world. The list of parties using the exact name "Socialist Party" is to be found in the Socialist Party article. Socialist Party may also refer to the wide variety of poli ...

                                               

Belgian Socialist Party

The Belgian Socialist Party was a social-democratic political party which existed in Belgium from 1945 to 1978. During its time in office, a number of progressive social reforms were introduced. The BSP was founded by activists from the Belgian L ...

                                               

Bulgarian Socialist Party

The Bulgarian Socialist Party, known as the Centenarian, is a social-democratic political party in Bulgaria and the successor to the Bulgarian Communist Party. It is a member of the Party of European Socialists with a pro-EU stance, although it h ...

                                               

Hungarian Socialist Party

The Hungarian Socialist Party, known mostly by its acronym MSZP, is a social-democratic political party in Hungary. It was founded on 7 October 1989 as a post-communist evolution and one of two legal successors of the Hungarian Socialist Workers ...

                                               

Hungarian Socialist Workers' Party

The Hungarian Socialist Workers Party was the ruling Marxist–Leninist party of the Hungarian Peoples Republic between 1956 and 1989. It was organised from elements of the Hungarian Working Peoples Party during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, wi ...

                                               

United Socialist Party of Venezuela

The United Socialist Party of Venezuela is a socialist political party in Venezuela which resulted from the fusion of some of the political and social forces that support the Bolivarian Revolution led by President Hugo Chavez. It is the largest p ...

                                               

People's Unity Party – Socialist Party

The Peoples Unity Party – Socialist Party generally referred to as the Socialist Party was an Icelandic political party which functioned from 1938 to 1968, when the Peoples Alliance party was created.

                                               

Spanish Socialist Workers' Party

The Spanish Socialist Workers Party ; PSOE) is a social-democratic political party in Spain. The PSOE has been in government for a longer time than any other political party in modern democratic Spain, namely from 1982 to 1996 under Felipe Gonzal ...

                                               

Italian Socialist Party

The Italian Socialist Party was a socialist and later social-democratic political party in Italy, whose history stretched for longer than a century, making it one of the longest-living parties of the country. Founded in Genoa in 1892, the PSI dom ...

                                               

Luxembourg Socialist Workers' Party

The Luxembourg Socialist Workers Party, abbreviated to LSAP or POSL, is a social-democratic political party in Luxembourg. The LSAP is the third-largest party in the Chamber of Deputies, having won 10 of 60 seats at the 2018 general election, and ...

                                               

Nazi Party

The National Socialist German Workers Party, commonly referred to in English as the Nazi Party, was a far-right political party in Germany that was active between 1920 and 1945, that created and supported the ideology of National Socialism. Its p ...

                                               

Unified Socialist Party (France)

The Unified Socialist Party was a socialist political party in France, founded on April 3, 1960. It was originally led by Edouard Depreux.

                                               

Unified Socialist Party of Catalonia

The Unified Socialist Party of Catalonia was a communist political party active in Catalonia between 1936 and 1997. It was the Catalan referent of the Communist Party of Spain and the only party not from a sovereign state to be a full member of t ...

                                               

Unified Workers' Socialist Party

The Unified Workers Socialist Party is a Trotskyist party in Brazil. It is the largest section of the International Workers League, an international body of groups in the Morenoist tradition.

                                               

Pacifist Socialist Party

The Pacifist Socialist Party was a left-wing Dutch socialist political party. The PSP played a small role in Dutch politics. It is one of the predecessors of the GreenLeft.

                                               

Polish Socialist Party

The Polish Socialist Party was a left-wing Polish political party. It was one of the most important parties in Poland from its inception in 1892 until its dissolution in 1948. A party with the same name was established in 1987 but has remained at ...

                                               

Revolutionary Socialist Party (Portugal)

The Revolutionary Socialist Party was a small left-wing to far-left party in Portugal, founded in 1978 after the merger of two Trotskyist parties - the Internationalist Communist League and the Workers Revolutionary Party. The LCI and PRT were bo ...

                                               

Socialist Unity Party of Germany

The Socialist Unity Party of Germany, often known in English as the East German Communist Party, was the governing Marxist–Leninist political party of the German Democratic Republic from the countrys foundation in October 1949 until its dissoluti ...

                                               

Socialist Left Party (Norway)

The Socialist Left Party or SV, is a democratic socialist political party in Norway. In 2005, the party became a governing party for the first time, participating in the Red-Green Coalition with the Labour Party and the Centre Party; before that, ...

                                               

Socialist People's Party (Denmark)

Before the 2011 election, SF announced that its goal was to be part of a cabinet consisting of SF, the Social Democrats, and the Social Liberal Party. While the Social Democrats were positive to the idea the Social Liberals were initially more sc ...

                                               

Socialist Party (Netherlands)

The Socialist Party is a left-wing, democratic socialist political party in the Netherlands. After the 2006 general election, the Socialist Party became one of the major parties of the Netherlands with 25 seats of 150, an increase of 16 seats. In ...

                                               

Socialist Party (Portugal)

The Socialist Party is a social-democratic political party in Portugal. It was founded on 19 April 1973 in the German city of Bad Munstereifel, by militants from the Portuguese Socialist Action. The PS is one of the two major parties in Portugues ...

                                               

Socialistische Partij Anders

Socialist Party Differently is a social-democratic Flemish political party in Belgium. The party, formerly known as the Belgische Socialistische Partij 1978–80 and the Socialistische Partij 1980–2001, emerged from the Belgian Socialist Party ling ...

                                               

Socialist Party (France)

The Socialist Party is a social-democratic political party in France and was, for decades, the largest party of the French centre-left. The PS used to be one of the two major political parties in the French Fifth Republic, along with the Republic ...

                                               

Socialist Party (Sweden, 1971)

The Socialistiska Partiet was a Swedish Trotskyist political party, the Swedish section of the Fourth International. The party was formed at a congress in 1971, through the merger of the Revolutionary Marxists and the Bolshevik Group. Initially i ...

                                               

Parti Socialiste (Belgium)

The Socialist Party is a social-democratic French-speaking political party in Belgium. As of the 2014 elections, it is the second largest party in the Belgian Chamber of Representatives and the largest Francophone party. The party is led by Paul ...

                                               

Socialist Party of Albania

The Socialist Party of Albania, is a social-democratic political party in Albania; it gained power following the 2013 parliamentary election. The party seated 66 MPs in the 2009 Albanian parliament. It achieved power in 1997 following a political ...

                                               

Socialist Party of America

The Socialist Party of America was a multi-tendency democratic socialist and social democratic political party in the United States formed in 1901 by a merger between the three-year-old Social Democratic Party of America and disaffected elements ...

                                               

Brazilian Socialist Party

The Brazilian Socialist Party is a political party in Brazil. It was founded in 1947, before being abolished by the military regime in 1965 and re-organised in 1985 with the re-democratisation of Brazil. It elected six Governors in 2010, becoming ...

                                               

Socialist Party of Romania

The Socialist Party of Romania was a Romanian socialist political party, created on December 11, 1918 by members of the Social Democratic Party of Romania, after the latter emerged from clandestinity. Through its PSDR legacy, the PS maintained a ...

                                               

Socialist Party of Senegal

The Socialist Party of Senegal is a political party in Senegal. It was the ruling party in Senegal from independence in 1960 until 2000. In the 2000 presidential election, the partys candidate and previous incumbent, Abdou Diof, was defeated by t ...

                                               

Socialist Party of Ukraine

The Socialist Party of Ukraine is a social-democratic political party in Ukraine. It is one of the oldest parties and was created by the former members of the Soviet-era Communist Party of Ukraine in late 1991 when the Communist Party was banned. ...

                                               

Socialist Workers Party (UK)

The Socialist Workers Party is a far-left political party in the United Kingdom. Founded as the Socialist Review Group by supporters of Tony Cliff in 1950, it became the International Socialists in 1962 and the SWP in 1977. The party considers it ...

                                               

Socialist Workers Party (Denmark)

Socialist Workers Party, now known as Socialist Workers Politics, is a Trotskyist political party in Denmark. SAP is the Danish section of the Fourth International, and was founded in 1979 as a continuation of Revolutionære Socialisters Forbund - ...

                                               

Socialist Workers Party (United States)

The Socialist Workers Party is known as a communist party in the United States. Originally a group in the Communist Party USA that supported Leon Trotsky against Soviet leader Joseph Stalin, it places a priority on "solidarity work" to aid strike ...

                                               

Socialist Labor Party of America

The Socialist Labor Party, is the oldest socialist political party in the United States, established in 1876. Originally known as the Workingmens Party of the United States, the party changed its name in 1877 to Socialistic Labor Party and again ...

                                               

Socialist Workers' Party of Germany

The Socialist Workers Party of Germany was a centrist Marxist political party in Germany. It was formed by a left-wing party with around 20.000 members which split off from the SPD in the autumn of 1931. In 1931, the remnants of USPD merged into ...

                                               

Autonomous Socialist Party (Ticino)

The PSA was established in 1966; its founders were former members from the Social Democratic Party who had been expelled for their far-left views. It failed to win a seat in the National Council in the 1971 federal elections, but in the 1975 elec ...

                                               

Assyrian Socialist Party

The Assyrian Socialist Party, the first Assyrian political party, was founded in 1917 after the Russian revolution, by Dr. Freydun Atturaya, Rabbi Benjamin Bet Arsanis and Dr. Baba Bet Parhad. In 2002, an Assyrian Socialist Party Gaba Shawtapaya ...

                                               

Bulgarian National Socialist Workers Party

The Bulgarian National Socialist Workers Party was a Nazi party based in the Kingdom of Bulgaria. It was one of a number of anti-Semitic groups to emerge in Bulgaria after the rise of Adolf Hitler in Germany, with other notable groups including t ...

                                               

British Socialist Party

The British Socialist Party was a Marxist political organisation established in Great Britain in 1911. Following a protracted period of factional struggle, in 1916 the partys anti-war forces gained decisive control of the party and saw the defect ...

                                               

Irish Republican Socialist Party

The Irish Republican Socialist Party or IRSP is a republican socialist party active in Ireland. It is often referred to as the "political wing" of the Irish National Liberation Army paramilitary group. and claims the legacy of socialist revolutio ...

                                               

Irish Socialist Republican Party

The Irish Socialist Republican Party was a small, but pivotal Irish political party founded in 1896 by James Connolly. Its aim was to establish an Irish workers republic. The party split in 1904 following months of internal political rows.

                                               

Italian Democratic Socialist Party

The Italian Democratic Socialist Party was a minor social-democratic political party in Italy. The PSDI, before the 1990s decline in votes and members, had been an important force in Italian politics, being the longest serving partner in governme ...

                                               

Italian Socialist Party (2007)

The Italian Socialist Party is a social-democratic political party in Italy. The party was founded in 2007–2008 by the merger of the following social-democratic parties and groups: the Italian Democratic Socialists of Enrico Boselli, the faction ...

                                               

Italian Socialist Party of Proletarian Unity

The PSIUP was formed on 12 January 1964 by a leftist section of the Italian Socialist Party PSI. PSIUP had been the PSIs name in 1943-1947. The new PSIUP was led by Tullio Vecchietti. Other leading members were Lelio Basso, Vittorio Foa, Lucio Li ...

                                               

Yemeni Socialist Party

The Yemeni Socialist Party is a political party in Yemen. A successor of Yemens National Liberation Front, it was the ruling party in South Yemen until Yemeni unification in 1990. Originally Marxist–Leninist, the party has gradually evolved into ...

                                               

Socialist Canarian Party

Not to be confused with the Canarian Socialist Party PSC, i.e., the Canarian branch of Spanish Socialist Workers Party Socialist Canarian Party was a political party in Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain. It was registered with the election authori ...

                                               

Left Socialist Party (Sweden)

Vanstersocialistiska Partiet was a political party in Sweden that existed between 1940 and 1963. Albin Strom was a leftwing Social Democrat from Goteborg that broke out of the Social Democratic Party in 1934. With him followed thousands of other ...

                                               

Liberal Socialist Party (Switzerland)

                                               

International Socialist Party of Subcarpathian Rus'

The International Socialist Party of Subcarpathian Rus was a political party in Subcarpathian Rus, eastern Czechoslovakia. The party was formed in March 1920, by supporters of the now defeated Hungarian Soviet Republic and prisoners of war having ...

                                               

National Socialist Dutch Workers Party

The National Socialist Dutch Workers Party or NSNAP) was a minor Dutch Nazi party founded in 1931 and led by Ernst Herman van Rappard. Seeking to copy the fascism of others, notably Adolf Hitler, the group failed to achieve success and was accuse ...

                                               

National Socialist Party of New Zealand

The National Socialist Party of New Zealand, sometimes called the New Zealand Nazi Party, was a far-right political party in New Zealand. It promulgated the same basic views as Adolf Hitlers Nazi Party in Germany, and had a particular focus on Ar ...

                                               

National Socialist Workers' Party of Denmark

The National Socialist Workers Party of Denmark was the largest Nazi Party in Denmark before and during the Second World War.

                                               

SUMKA

The National Socialist Workers Party of Iran, better known by its abbreviation SUMKA, was a neo-Nazi party in Iran.

                                               

Independent Socialist Workers Party

The Independent Socialist Party was a political party in Czechoslovakia. The party was founded in March 1923. The party included a number of former anarchists, who had joined the Czech Socialist Party in 1918. They had however been expelled from ...

                                               

Nicaraguan Socialist Party

The Nicaraguan Socialist Party is a political party in Nicaragua. Founded in July 1944 by Dr. Mario Flores Ortiz. PSN operated as the official communist party in the country. At the time of its foundation, PSN supported the regime of Anastasio So ...

                                               

New Italian Socialist Party

The New Italian Socialist Party, officially New PSI, is a small political party in Italy which professes a social-democratic ideology and claims to be the successor to the historical Italian Socialist Party, which was disbanded after the judiciar ...

                                               

New Socialist Party (France)

New Socialist Party is an organized caucus in the French Socialist Party. The NPS made up part of the left wing of the party. The NPS was founded in October 2002 by Arnaud Montebourg, Vincent Peillon, Julien Dray and Benoit Hamon. At the Dijon Co ...

                                               

New Socialist Party of Japan

The New Socialist Party of Japan is a left-wing party created in Japan on 3 March 1996, by a group of left wingers who left the Social Democratic Party. The party has some similarities to the Japanese Communist Party. It says that people can have ...

                                               

United Jewish Socialist Workers Party

United Jewish Socialist Workers Party was a political party in Poland and Ukraine. Members of the party along with the Poalei Zion participated in the government of Ukraine and condemned the October Revolution in Petrograd proposing a peaceful re ...

                                               

Polish Socialist Party of the Prussian Partition

The Polish Socialist Party of the Prussian Partition, sometimes Polish Socialist Party in Prussia - was a Polish political party. The party was founded in 1893 in Berlin by emigre members of the Polish Socialist Party. Until 1913, the party had f ...

                                               

Polish Socialist Party – Freedom, Equality, Independence

Polish Socialist Party – Freedom, Equality, Independence was an underground political party in occupied Poland during World War II continuing the traditions of Polish Socialist Party. PPS-WRN was formed soon after the official freeze of PPS activ ...

                                               

Polish Socialist Party – Left

Polish Socialist Party – Left, also known as the Young Faction, was one of two factions into which Polish Socialist Party divided itself in 1906. Its primary goal was transform Poland into a socialist country, established through proletarian revo ...

                                               

Polish Socialist Party – Revolutionary Faction

The Polish Socialist Party – Revolutionary Faction also known as the Old Faction was one of two factions into which the Polish Socialist Party split in 1906. The Revolutionary Factions primary goal was to restore an independent Poland, which was ...

                                               

Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine

The Progressive Socialist Party of Ukraine is a pro-Russian political party in Ukraine, led by Nataliya Vitrenko.

                                               

Progressive Socialist Party

The Progressive Socialist Party or PSP is a political party in Lebanon. Its current leader is Walid Jumblatt, who has led the party since 1977.

                                               

Puerto Rican Socialist Party

The Puerto Rican Socialist Party was a Marxist and pro-independence political party in Puerto Rico seeking the end of United States of America control on the Hispanic and Caribbean island of Puerto Rico. It proposed a "democratic workers republic".

                                               

Radical Socialist Republican Party

Radical Socialist Republican Party, sometimes shortened to Radical Socialist Party, was a Spanish radical political party, created in 1929 after the split of the left-wing in Alejandro Lerrouxs Radical Republican Party. Its main leaders were Marc ...

                                               

Revolutionary Socialist Party (Luxembourg)

The Revolutionary Socialist Party, abbreviated to RSP, was a far-left party in Luxembourg. At its start, it was a Trotskiyst group active in the late sixties in the General Association of Luxembourgish Students. When the majority of students grou ...

                                               

Revolutionary Socialist Party (Netherlands)

The Revolutionary Socialist Party was a Dutch socialist political party, that has been variously characterized as Trotskyite and syndicalist. In 1935 it merged with the Independent Socialist Party to form the Revolutionary Socialist Workers Party ...

                                               

Revolutionary Socialist Party (Sweden)

Revolutionara Socialistiska Partiet, a Swedish political party founded in 1945, as the Independent Labour Party. It was founded by a group that had split from the Left Socialist Party, when VSP had developed in a pro-Western direction. Leaders in ...

                                               

Russian Social Democratic Labour Party (of Internationalists)

The Russian Social Democratic Labour Party), initially known as the United Social Democrats-Internationalists, was a political party in Russia. The programme of the group was largely similar to that of the Menshevik-Internationalists, and politic ...

                                               

Freedom Socialist Party

The Freedom Socialist Party is a far-left socialist political party with a revolutionary feminist philosophy that emerged from a split in the United States Socialist Workers Party in 1966. The party views the struggles of women and minorities as ...

                                               

Zionist Socialist Workers Party

Zionist-Socialist Workers Party, often referred to simply as Zionist-Socialists or S.S. by their Russian initials, was a Jewish socialist territorialist political party in the Russian Empire and Poland, that emerged from the Vozrozhdenie group in ...

                                               

Somali Revolutionary Socialist Party

The Somali Revolutionary Socialist Party was the ruling party of the Somali Democratic Republic from 1976 to 1991.

                                               

United Socialist Party of Russia

The United Socialist Party of Russia was a socialist political party in Russia established in 2003, that succeeded the Spiritual Heritage movement. In the 2003 legislative elections it was part of the Rodina coalition that won 9.2 percent of the ...

                                               

Socialist People's Party (Indonesia)

The Socialist Peoples Party was a political party in Indonesia. It was founded in Djakarta in 1945. Sutan Sjahrir was the chairman of the party. In December 1945, at a meeting in Cheribon, the party merged with the Socialist Party of Indonesia, f ...

                                               

Socialist People's Party (Norway)

The Socialist Peoples Party was a splinter group of the Norwegian Labour Party founded in 1961. SF was principally dissatisfied with the pro-NATO/European Economic Community external policies of DNA. A group centered on the magazine Orientering h ...

                                               

Cidadania

Cidadania is a Brazilian political party. It was once named Popular Socialist Party, but the National Convention approved the new naming, and it was later approved by the Superior Electoral Court.

                                               

Socialist People's Party of Montenegro

The Socialist Peoples Party of Montenegro is a socially conservative social-democratic opposition political party in Montenegro. It is part of the Key Coalition, an opposition political alliance in Montenegro. It has 2 of 3 MPs which it won in th ...

                                               

Socialist Party (Argentina)

The Socialist Party is a social-democratic political party in Argentina. Founded in 1896, it is one of the oldest still-active parties in Argentina, alongside the Radical Civic Union. Currently, the party lacks representation in the National Cong ...

                                               

Socialist Party (Indonesia)

The Socialist Party was a political party in Indonesia. It was founded in December 1945 at a meeting in Cheribon, as the Socialist Peoples Party of Prime Minister Sutan Sjahrir and the Socialist Party of Indonesia of Defence Minister Sjarifuddin ...

                                               

Socialist Party (Ireland)

The Socialist Party is a political party in Ireland, active in both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Internationally, it is affiliated to the Trotskyist International Socialist Alternative. The party has been involved in various popu ...

                                               

Socialist Party of Indonesia

The Socialist Party of Indonesia was a political party in Indonesia from 1948 until 1960, when it was banned by President Sukarno.

                                               

Socialist Party of Indonesia (Parsi)

The Socialist Party of Indonesia was a political party in Indonesia. It was founded at a meeting in Jogjakarta on 13 November 1945. The Defence Minister Amir Sjarifuddin was the chairman of the party. Parsi was largely made up by Amir Sjarifuddin ...

                                               

Socialist Party of Latvia

The Socialist Party of Latvia was formed in 1994, as a successor party to the Communist Party of Latvia, which was banned in 1991. In essence, the party is communist; according to the "programme of the party", the LSP was founded as an organizati ...

                                               

Socialist Party of Lithuania

Socialist Party of Lithuania was a Marxist political party in Lithuania. It was formed on March 26, 1994, The principal creators of the LSP were J.Sakalauskas, Albinas Visockas, who was to be elected leader of the newly formed party at the LSP 1s ...

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