People's Socialist Revolutionary Party

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People's Socialist Revolutionary Party
Herri Alderdi Sozialista Iraultzailea
President Santiago Brouard (1978-1984)
Secretary-General Alberto Figueroa (1977-1978)
Txomin Ziluaga (1979-1989)
Founded 5 July 1979 (1979-07-05)[1]
Dissolved 1992 (1992)
Merger of Euskal Herriko Alderdi Sozialista (EHAS)
Eusko Sozialistak (ES)
Youth wing Jarrai
Ideology Basque independence
Communism
Marxism-Leninism
Abertzale Left
Political position Far-left
National affiliation Herri Batasuna
Koordinadora Abertzale Sozialista

People's Socialist Revolutionary Party (Basque: Herri Alderdi Sozialista Iraultzailea; HASI) was a non-legal Basque political party, considered commonly to be the political branch of ETA. It always ran as part of the coalition of the Basque National Liberation Movement, Herri Batasuna, until its self-dissolution in the 1990s. The party's acronym "HASI" means "to begin" in Basque language.

References[edit]

Casanova, Iker; Asensio, Paul (2006). Argala. Tafalla (Navarra): Editorial Txalaparta. p. 376. ISBN 84-8136-142-9.