Democratic Socialist Coalition
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|Democratic Socialist Coalition|
|Coalición Socialista Democrática|
|Headquarters||La Havana, Cuba|
|Political position||Left-wing to Centre-right|
|Politics of Cuba
The Democratic Socialist Coalition (Spanish: Coalición Socialista Democrática, CSD) was a Cuban political coalition, led by Fulgencio Batista. The party was founded in 1939, an served for the 1940 general elections, won by Batista. The founding parties and members were four: the Liberal Party (liberal), the Nationalist Union Party (conservative), the Communist Revolutionary Union (communist), and the Democratic National Association (conservative).
The Coalition won 36 of 162 Deputies, against the 45 of Opposition Front. In the 1944 election, the coalition supported the presidential candidacy of Carlos Saladrigas Zayas as President and Ramón Zaydín as Vice President. However, the election was won by Ramón Grau San Martín.
In the 1954, the CSD run as National Progressive Coalition.
- "Coalición Socialista Democrática". EcuRed.
- Jorge Ibarra Cuesta (December 2009). "Actitudes en torno a la cuestión nacional en la convención constituyente de 1940: conservadores, comunistas y reformistas". Caliban.
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