Party of Democratic Reformers

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The Party of Democratic Reformers (Partito dei Riformatori Democratici, PRD) is a minor Italian leftist political party in Italy.

It was founded in June 2007 by Renato D'Andria, a former member of the internal left-wing of the Italian Democratic Socialist Party (PSDI), after his attempt to take over the party earlier in 2007 was declared illegal in April by a tribunal in Rome.[1]

As of 2008 PRD continues to present itself as the legal PSDI. In September 2008 D'Andria appealed to the Supreme Court of Cassation in order to be re-established as leader of PSDI.[2]

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