Democratic Socialist Party (Argentina)

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The Democratic Socialist Party (Spanish: Partido Socialista Democrático) was a political party in Argentina formed in 1959 as a division of the Socialist Party.

The most important figure of the PSD was Alfredo Bravo, a teacher and civil rights activist, which was a deputy and the presidential candidate of the Socialist Party in the 2003 elections.

The party joined the Popular Socialist Party in 2002 to form the Socialist Party.

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