Unified Socialist Party (Morocco)
|Unified Socialist Party|
|الحزب الإشتراكي الموحد|
|Founded||1983 (OADP), 2002 (GSU), 2005 (PSU)|
|Headquarters||9, Résidence Maréchal Ameziane, Rue Lamoricière, Casablanca, Morocco|
|Political position||Radical Left|
|Politics of Morocco
The Unified Socialist Party (French: Parti Socialiste Unifié) (Arabic: الحزب الإشتراكي الموحد), or PSU, previously known as the Party of the Unified Socialist Left (French: Parti de la Gauche Socialiste Unifié), or GSU, is a political party in Morocco.
The Unified Socialist Party is a mixture of various movements that sprung up throughout the 60s and the 70s. It first started with the spin-off "23 Mars" (a reference to the 23 March 1965 students' uprising), a radical, Maoist student fraction of the largest group in opposition to the Moroccan monarchy, the National Union of Popular Forces.
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